Our Team at Tufts at Tech

Shelter Medicine Program
What is shelter medicine?
Students prepare for spay/neuter clinic

Shelter Medicine is a field of veterinary medicine dedicated to the care and needs of underserved animals. At Tufts, the Shelter Medicine Program works with underserved animals such as community cats, shelter animals and animals belonging to pet owners in need, while teaching students practice-ready skills. A host of area partners work with the school to provide opportunities for students to observe and gain experience working in shelters in Massachusetts. Learn more…

Our Team at Tufts at Tech

Tufts at Tech is the first and only veterinary teaching clinic of its type in the country. Tufts at Tech provides a teaching environment that empowers students to change the lives of their clients through treatment of their animals by providing high quality care that otherwise they could not afford.

Veterinary Faculty

Dr. Gregory M. Wolfus

Director, Tufts at Tech

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Dr. Patty Suomala
Dr. Chelsea Reinhard

Maddie's Fund Resident

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Dr. Tom Taney
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Dr. Kaila Rizzo
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Dr. Amy Ruggiero

Volunteer

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Dr. Meghan Sainte

V15, Volunteer

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Dr. Rebecca Carroll

V10, Volunteer

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Dr. Scott Handler

V88, Volunteer

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Dr. Jill Kruskall

V14

Tufts at Tech Staff

  • Pamela Houde, Clinic Supervisor
  • Betsy Hensley, CVT
  • Kate Zukowski, CVT

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