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Meet our skilled team of veterinary technicians, receptionists, and hospital manager. They will take great care of you and your pets!

Veterinary Receptionist Cyndi with DogCyndi joined Linwood Animal Hospital in 2004. She started working as a receptionist, but has also been cross-trained as a veterinary technician. Cyndi became Hospital Manager in September 2014. She is committed to making sure every client and patient's experience at Linwood surpasses their expectations at every visit!

Cyndi has five dogs of her own — a Rottweiler named Kholbe, a Bull Mastiff Mix named Maxx, a St. Bernard/Great Dane mix named Duke, a Cairn terrier named Charlie, and a Lab/terrier mix named Roxxi. She spends her free time with her four-legged children as well as husband, Sean, and her human son, Jaden. Jaden tells his mom that "Duke is not a dog; he's a dinosaur!"

Certified Veterinary Technician LuzLuz joined the Linwood Animal Hospital team in 1993. She is bilingual in Spanish and English which is a great help to our clients. Luz received her degree as a Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT) in 1997. She has shared her many years of experience helping train new staff members and helping take care of our patients and their owners.

Luz has a calico cat named Allie and shares custody of a Chihuahua named Kala with her daughter and a mixed breed dog named Sandy with her grandson. Luz maintains her license with continuing education courses every year to keep up to date with new trends and topics in veterinary medicine.

Veterinary Technician JanetJanet started work at Linwood Animal Hospital as a veterinary technician in 2007, just shortly after earning her Bachelor's degree in Animal Science, Pre-Veterinary Medicine from UMass Amherst. She is responsible for all of Linwood's ordering and inventory needs.

Because of allergies in her family, Janet cannot have her own dogs or cats, so she gets her "animal fix" at Linwood. If she could have her own dog, she would definitely get a shelter mutt, and wishes more people would start their search for their perfect pet at the many wonderful shelters and rescue organizations.

receptionist-veterinary-tech-bryannaBryanna started working at Linwood Animal Hospital in 2014. She started as a receptionist, but has been crossed-trained as a technician. Before her career at LAH, she worked as a nurse's aide for three years, but has always had a passion for animals. Bryanna loves to read and spends her free time with her boyfriend, Steve, and their rambunctious Siberian husky, Nitro!


receptionist-jamieJamie started working at Linwood Animal Hospital in 2015. She was hired as a receptionist, but is eager to cross-train as a technician! Jamie lives in Western Massachusetts with her two dogs, Bear and Tulip. Tulip was a rescue from the Lowell Humane Society!



Receptionist Nicole with a Canine FriendNicole joined our team in 2012 after moving to New Hampshire from Maryland. Since moving to New Hampshire, she has had to downsize her menagerie from the one she had in Maryland which included goats, geese, and the only llama in her county for many years! She started with us as a part-timer but recently joined our team full-time.

Nicole is a Nascar and Patriots fan and has two dogs and three grown children who she loves to spend time with.

Laura, Client Care Specialist at Linwood Animal HospitalLaura joined Linwood in November 2000. She has loved animals her entire life and has always had pets at home. Besides her love for animals, Laura is interested in health, fitness, nutrition and the environment. When she is not at Linwood you may find Laura out enjoying the world via walking, bike riding, camping, boating or canoeing. She also loves spending time with her family, both two-legged and four.


Valerie, Client Care Specialist at Linwood Animal HospitalValerie has been a part-time receptionist at Linwood Animal Hospital since 1992, after being a stay-at-home mom for many years. Valerie lives in Chelmsford with her husband and has two grown children and two grandchildren.

Val is an avid New England Patriots fan, and enjoys reading, traveling, camping, and spending time with her family — especially her grandkids!

Veterinary Receptionist Lee Palmer Lee joined Linwood as a full-time receptionist in September 2017 but she has been in the veterinary field for over 30 years! Lee lives in Dracut with her special needs Sheltie Nala and her two cats, Tiger Lily and Tippy. When she is not working or at home, she will be camping with her husband, Robert. She also raises Polish and Himalayan rabbits and exhibits them at local fairs with her grandchildren.

Every year Lee participates in the One Mission Fund Buzz Off. This organization raises money for local families with children battling cancer. Sponsored participants get to shave their heads in support of the children and Lee participates every June!