Hudson Animal Hospital's Dedicated Team
Our team of veterinary professionals is dedicated to delivering the best customer service and compassionate care to you and your pets.
Patricia Dupree — Hospital Manager
Patti came to Hudson Animal Hospital in 1998 as bookkeeper and to assist with the transition to new accounting software. She has an Associate degree in Accounting. Since starting at the practice, Patti has become Hospital Manager and deals with the day to day running of the hospital.
In her spare time, Patti enjoys camping with her husband, two children, and caring for her dog.
Lesley Rogowski, CVT — Veterinary Technician
Lesley started working at Hudson Animal Hospital as a full-time certified veterinary technician in June 2010. She received a Bachelor's degree in Veterinary Science from Becker College. Lesley has worked in several small animal hospitals part time while in school, and interned at the Ecotarium in Worcester for 8 months. She loves spending time with her husband and her Golden Retriever, Camo.
Nancy Charron, CVT — Veterinary Technician
Nancy joined the Hudson Animal Hosptal team in 2012. She comes to us with over 20 years of small animal and emergency experience. She enjoys horseback riding, knitting and spinning the wool that she gets from her own sheep! Nancy lives on a non-commercial family farm with her husband and two children.
Amy Mitchell, CVT — Veterinary Technician
Amy joined the Hudson Animal Hospital team in July 2015 as a certified veterinary technician. She lives at home with her family and her 11-year-old Golden Retreiver. When she is not working at Hudson Animal Hospital, Amy enjoys reading and taking walks.
Jane Harvey, CVT — Veterinary Technician
Jane has been the surgical technician for Hudson Animal Hospital since November 1992. She became certified in 1991 and keeps her certification current by attending continuing education seminars two to three times yearly. Jane is a member of the Massachusetts Veterinary Technician Association (MVTA) and the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA). She is responsible for all aspects of your pet's surgical care beginning with preparing the estimates for surgery, monitoring while under anesthesia, performing dental prophys, and taking x-rays. She has two cats and a Doberman at home.
Heidi Bennett, CVT — Veterinary Technician
Heidi joined our team at Hudson Animal Hospital in April 2015 as a veterinary technician. She attended St. Anselm College for an undergraduate degree and then pursued a veterinary technician degree at Mount Ida College. Heidi has worked at two other animal hospitals before joining us.
At home, Heidi has three dogs and two cats. When not working, she enjoys spending time with friends and working her second job, her own petsitting business.
Holly Daigneault — Client Care Specialist
Holly began working at Hudson Animal Hospital in 2016. Before joining the team, she was a dog groomer and then Barn Manager at a large equestrian stable where she was responsible for the health and well-being of 40+ horses on a daily basis. Holly has had many pets in her life including, hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, fish dogs and horses. She has done agility and rally obedience with her German shepherd in the past.
Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her husband, children and dogs, but her favorite thing to do is to watch her daughter show her Welsh Pony.
Julie Elms, CVT — Veterinary Technician
Julie first joined Hudson Animal Hospital in 2000 as a full-time certified veterinary technician. She left to pursue a career in medical coding in 2011, but then returned to us in the fall of 2013.
Lynn Micciche, CVT — Veterinary Technician
Lynn began working at Hudson Animal Hospital in 2002 as a full-time certified veterinary technician. Since starting a family in 2009, she has been working part time. Lynn has a Bachelor's degree in Biology from Assumption College and an Associate degree in Veterinary Technology from Becker College. Prior to joining our team, Lynn worked for several years at an animal hospital that specialized in treating exotic animals. A Hudson area native, Lynn still resides locally with her husband and two children.
Colleen MacInnis — Client Care Specialist
Colleen joined the Hudson Animal Hospital team in September of 2016 as a receptionist. She lives at home with her husband and two cats. She has a love for all animals. When she is not working, Colleen enjoys spending time in York, Maine.
Cynthia Rodgers — Client Care Supervisor
Cindy joined the Hudson Animal Hospital team in March 1993. She has advanced to the role of client care supervisor over the years and is partly responsible for helping the hospital run smoothly. Cindy does her best to ensure client satisfaction. She's the calm, friendly voice on the phone who will help you get what you need. When not busy at the front desk, you can find her devising ways to improve the overall appearance of the hospital.
In her spare time, Cindy enjoys camping with her friends and family.
Celeste Dauphinais — Client Care Specialist
Celeste has worked at Hudson Animal Hospital with Dr. Peduzzi since 1984. She has an Associate degree from Becker College. Celeste has a special interest in client education. She enjoys spending time at home with her children and her two cats.
Robin Brackett — Client Care Specialist
Robin joined the Hudson Animal Hospital team in 2007. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology with a minor in Biology. She enjoys interacting with clients and patients. Robin is also interested in helping to strengthen the human-animal bond between owners and their pets.
Hannah Peduzzi — Client Care Specialist
Hannah came to work at Hudson Animal Hospital in 2007. She graduated from Framingham State College in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. Hannah is happy to be part of the great caring, friendly, and compassionate atmosphere at the hospital.
At home, Hannah shares the company of two cats and a dog with her fiance.
Cynthia Noel — Client Care Specialist
Cindy has worked part time at Hudson Animal Hospital as a client care specialist since 2004. Outside the hospital, she is busy helping care for her grandchildren.