Meet Our Veterinary Staff in Nashua

At All Pets Veterinary Hospital, we love pets, just like you! Our veterinary staff in Nashua is committed to making and keeping pets well throughout their lives while providing their owners with incomparable customer service. If you have any questions about our team, please let us know.

Jenna Abreu

Practice Manager/Certified Veterinary Technician

Jenna earned her Bachelor’s of Psychology from the University of New Hampshire with a concentration in animal behavior and went on to get her veterinary technology degree from Great Bay. She passed the national certification exam in 2008 and has maintained her credentials ever since. She comes to All Pets Veterinary Hospital with over 12 years experience in the veterinary field and 9 years experience as the Medical Director of a local non-profit animal shelter. She believes in building strong relationships with clients, pets and co-workers based on compassion, trust and transparency and is a dedicated animal advocate. Jenna is a volunteer First Responder with the ASPCA Field Investigations and Response team, an Animal Reiki Teacher/Practitioner and is an avid trail runner. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her son, her partner and their 3 cats.

Liz Lemieux

Client Care Manager

Liz attended Southern New Hampshire University, where she received her bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2009. She came to our hospital new to veterinary medicine but has found a passion in helping clients care for their pets. She loves that she is constantly learning from her experiences at All Pets Veterinary Hospital, and can then educate clients. She lives in New Hampshire with her fiancé Henry, her two dogs Mojo and Buckley, and her Leopard Gecko Lady Gecko.  In her free time she enjoys being outside whenever she can and loves spending time with family and friends.

Michaela Burns

Client Care Representative/Veterinary Assistant

Growing up, Michaela was always surrounded by animals. As an avid animal lover, she volunteered at the Lowell Humane Society and was a foster parent to small animals. These included cats, dogs, bunnies, guinea pigs, hermit crabs, gerbils, hamsters, snails, frogs, and fish. She now has two dogs named Moose and Scooby, a cat named Mr. C, and a guinea pig named Peanut.

Michaela is now a full-time student at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell where she is studying biology. Although she is not sure where her degree will take her, her love for animals will always remain strong. In her spare time, she will most often be found typing a lab report for her organic chemistry lab. If her homework is completed, she enjoys reading, catching up on some TV shows, and spending time with her friends and family. 

Lindsay Devito

Veterinary Technician

Lindsay graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Science degree in pre-veterinary medicine. Being raised by her parents who professionally bred conformation Shetland sheepdogs, she always knew she would have a future with animals. She spent over 10 years as an adoption counselor at the local humane society. Currently, she is a co-founder and breeder of Miniature American Shepherds at her family’s home-kennel, Knee High Miniature American Shepherds.

In her free time, Lindsay competes in AKC conformation and canine agility. Her agility dogs are nationally ranked and compete in the prestigious AKC Agility Invitational event as representatives of the breed. Currently, she shares her household with six Miniature American Shepherds and a border collie.

Jo-Anne Begin

Veterinary Technician

Jo graduated from Mount Ida College with a bachelor of science degree in veterinary technology in 2000. She has been a technician for more than 16 years. Her experience has included emergency medicine, general practice, and large animal and specialty services (including internal medicine and critical care). She also spent 10 weeks at the New England Aquarium working with the penguins! She has two dogs named Charlotte and Luna and two cats named Fox and Samantha.

Kimberly Leach

Client Care Representative/Veterinary Assistant

Kimberly grew up on a farm in Derry, NH where she learned about the love and care of horses and goats, ducks and chickens, dogs and cats. After a number of years working as a marketing coordinator for a software company, she accepted a supportive role for veterinary services by manning the front desk in customer service for a general practice then in emergency services.  Her organization skills were also put to good use when she became the inventory coordinator; purchasing, distributing and integrating products that balanced budget and needs of the hospital.  She currently lives in Nashua with her husband; Hans, her dog; Maggie, two cats; Brat and Frankie and boards her horse; Sage in Hudson. 

Kelly Greene

Veterinary Assistant

Kelly has loved animals from a young age; she was always taking care of her family pets. She first started her professional animal career breeding miniature dachshunds until her children went off to school. After breeding six litters of puppies, she changed her focus to the care of small mammals, birds, and reptiles. After her son joined the Air Force and her daughter joined the Navy, she felt the need to help a greater variety of animals, which led her to All Pets.

Renee Roy

Client Care Representative

Renee graduated in 2014 from Rivier University where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Communications. While she’s always had a strong passion for animals, she gained an interest in the veterinary industry while volunteering at an event for Monadnock Kitty Rescue & Adoption which helped to raise money for a new shelter and place abandoned cats in loving homes.  In 2017, she was awarded her Master’s degree in Communications from Southern New Hampshire University with a focus in public relations and crisis communications. Renee is a published author who has been featured in several magazines.  When she is not busy working on her latest article, she enjoys spending time with her family and five cats Princess, Little Blackie, Oakley, Nugget and Annabelle.

Olivia Will

Veterinary Assistant

Olivia has always had a love for animals. When she was little she would care for the animals on her family’s farm including chickens, ducks, goats, dogs, and cats. In high school Olivia took a two year veterinary science program, and went on to compete in the National FFA team competition in Kentucky. She loves being able to work with and learn from all the amazing animals and people here at All Pets Veterinary Hospital. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her cat Ghoul, playing with her rats Elliot and Artie, going on long walks and hikes with her Miniature American Shepherd Schumann, and riding horses whenever she gets the chance.

Melanie Ricard

Veterinary Technician

Melanie came to All Pets in January of 2018 after spending 4 years in an E/R practice.  When she was little she loved being around animals and as she grew older she realized how much the animal medical field fascinated her.  Melanie’s love for working with all kinds of animals is what makes All Pets such a great fit for her.  In her free time Melanie enjoys mountain biking, hiking, traveling, and spending time with her 2 dogs Felipe and Javier, her 3-legged cat Francis, and her hamster Bijou.

Danielle Boisvert

Client Service Specialist

Bio Coming Soon.

Jonathan Ford

Veterinary Technician

Jonathan grew up in Massachusetts where he graduated from Concord Carlisle High School in 2001. After graduation he tried different areas of studies but ultimately needed some guidance and direction. In 2005 he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps.  With one tour in Iraq and an honorable discharge, Jonathan moved back to the east coast in 2009.  Using the Post 9-11 GI Bill Jonathan attended Mount Ida College and graduated in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in veterinary technology. Since graduating, Jonathan has worked mainly in general practice but has experience as an ICU/ER technician.  Jonathan enjoys spending time with his family in his free time.

Shelly Lacasse

Client Care Representative

Shelley joined All Pets with over 22 years of experience in the veterinary field.  Shelly earned her Associate of Science in Veterinary Technology from Northwestern Community College and worked several years as a technician before she shifted her focus to customer care.  She finds great joy in helping clients take those first steps toward doing the best they can to care for their pets.  In her spare time, Shelley likes hiking, biking and seeking out New England’s covered bridges.  She enjoys going to car shows with her husband Steve (whom she met while in the Army many years ago), and quiet times with her cat Smithsonite on her lap.

Shannon White

Veterinary Technician

Shannon joined All Pets Veterinary Hospital in May of 2018.  She has been working with animals since 1999 when she started her career as an adoption counselor at the Humane Society.  During her time at the shelter she began helping with the medical care of the pets and quickly realized that she had a special interest in veterinary medicine.  She has been working as a veterinary technician ever since.  Shannon is very interested in animal behavior and creating a low stress environment for patients within the hospital.  At home, Shannon has three horses, Buck, Rory, and Cowboy, two cats, Ivan and Shorty, and a dog named Rubble.  In her free time she loves riding her horses, hiking, and training agility with Rubble.

Brittany Poisson

Veterinary Technician

Brittany earned her associates degree from The Vet Tech Institute. She has known from a young age that animals and medicine were her passion. She has never had a job that didn’t involve animals and has worked as a veterinary technician for 12 years now. Prior to that, she worked as a caregiver and adoption counselor at the local animal shelter.  Her favorite part of her role at the shelter was bottle feeding orphaned kittens, but her parents did not enjoy that she tried to keep them all.   Brittany has many animals of her own including 2 dogs named Macy and Trey, 4 cats named Buddy, Peanut, Atticus and Razz, a bearded dragon named Duckie, and Betta fish named Blue boy.  When she’s not working, Brittany enjoys spending time with her husband Jason and 3 daughters; Abigail, Avery and Ariana.

Mary Marrone

Client Care Representative

After 15 years of fun and sun in Colorado, Mary brought her 11 plus years of veterinary experience back to her home base of New England in order to spend more time with family and friends.  In her spare time Mary loves to be outdoors with her two Chihuahua mixes Sammy & Charlie, traveling, reading, and enjoying new experiences with her son Nathan and their friends.

Victoria Longtin

Client Care Representative

Victoria has loved being around and caring for animals since she was a little girl.  After moving to New Hampshire from Queens, New York, Victoria entered the veterinary field as an extern at an equine practice where she instantly fell in love with veterinary medicine.  When entering the field professionally, she knew she wanted to put her customer service skills to use and decided that the Client Care Representative position felt like a perfect fit.  Victoria recently started working towards her veterinary technician degree.  When she’s not working, she likes spending time with her dogs, taking pictures, and being around family.

Desiree Sullivan

Veterinary Technician

Desiree has worked in Veterinary medicine since 2001 when she started her career with animals as a kennel attendant.  She quickly moved up to a Technician Assistant and has now been a Veterinary for the past 14 years.  Her passion to help, heal, and advocate for animals is what led her to this career path.  She loves the “squishy face” breeds and is a proud mom of two French bulldogs Eddie and Cindy. Desiree and her husband Jim have a very busy household with three children ages 9, 6, and 2 with the newest addition being an orange tabby kitten named Roman.

Devin Travers

Veterinary Assistant

Devin has known he wanted to work with animals since childhood. He spent a lot of time helping his mom while she worked at a horse stable.  In 2012, Devin started working at an animal shelter where he provided compassionate care to animals in need for over 6 years.  He has also volunteered for a number of years with local animal rescue groups. Devin has a soft spot for small and exotic animals, and he especially loves working with bunnies.  In his free time Devin enjoys hiking and spending time with his girlfriend and their 3 rabbits, 2 chinchillas, and their tortoiseshell cat.