EquidDoc Veterinary Services is the premiere ambulatory veterinary practice treating horses, goats, alpacas, sheep and llamas throughout Worcester county, central Massachusetts and beyond. We provide you and your athlete or companion with comprehensive on-the-farm care for peak health and performance. The EquidDoc team provides that care in a collaborative setting, providing you with options from which you select what best meets your animal’s unique needs. We are enthusiastic about education and make each visit informative so you fully understand your animal’s condition.
Dr. Caitlin Eaton – Owner
Dr. Caitlin Eaton earned her B.S. in Biochemistry from Bates College and her DVM from Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts. She completed her internship and advanced training at Tufts and Mass Equine Clinic specializing in large animal internal medicine and emergency care, and sports medicine respectively.
After her internship, she joined Buck Hill Veterinary Service where she provided preventative medicine, 24-hour emergency medicine, dentistry, sports medicine, mare reproductive services, and pre-purchase examinations.
Since starting EquidDoc Veterinary Services, LLC, Dr. Caitlin’s professional interests include equine sports medicine and lameness, diagnostic imaging, and equine dentistry.
When not working, Dr. Caitlin enjoys cycling and hiking with her husband and business partner, Sam, and their dog Lilly.
Dr. Jennifer Cassano – Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Jen Cassano earned her B.S. in Animal Sciences from Cornell University. Her graduate degrees include a PhD in Biomedical Sciences and DVM both from Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Jen joined EquidDoc in 2017 after completing a year-long internship at Mass Equine Clinic and Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts. At Mass Equine she trained in dentistry and lameness, and at Tufts she managed equine, swine, caprine, and camelid cases on the internal medicine service.
Her professional interests include internal and sports medicine, and veterinary education.
Dr. Jen enjoys playing with her furry pals, dog Riley and cat Tegan, and exploring New England with her husband Maxx.
Dr. Tessa Lumley – Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Tessa Lumley earned her B.A. from Santa Clara University and her DVM from Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts. She completed a one-year rotating internship at New England Equine Medical & Surgical Center in Dover NH where she received additional training in emergency and internal medicine, surgery, diagnostic imaging, and sports medicine.
Following her internship, she joined a prominent equine practice in Rhode Island where she provided emergency care, reproductive services, dentistry, lameness workup, and diagnosed and treated various neurologic, gastrointestinal, and respiratory diseases.
Her professional interests include ophthalmology and sports medicine.
In her spare time, Dr. Tessa enjoys running, practicing yoga, and hiking throughout New England with her husband Rich.
Renee Gregoire, CVT – Office Manager
Renee attended classes at Becker college and holds her CVT with the state of Massachusetts. Renee also holds a degree in art from the Worcester Art Museum.
Renee joined EquidDoc Veterinary Services, as Office Manager and CVT, after thirty years at Buck Hill Veterinary Service. Her artistry is displayed throughout EquidDoc literature and social media.
Renee’s professional interests include practice management, behavior modification, and injury rehabilitation. She is particularly interested in conditioning animals for the work they are required to do.
When not in the office, Renee volunteers on various committees in her town, writes and illustrates children’s books, and enjoys riding her mountain bike. Her dog, Remi, is her constant sidekick.
Chrissy Lane, CVT – Technician
Chrissy earned her A.S. in Veterinary Technology and B.S. in Veterinary Science both from Becker College. She holds her CVT with the state of Massachusetts. She also earned an A.S. in Business Administration from Mount Wachusett Community College.
Her experience includes interning with Gardner Animal Care Center and with Dr. Eaton, working as an Animal Care Technician at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and volunteering with World Vets in Granada, Nicaragua taking care of horses and livestock.
Chrissy’s professional interests include equine nutrition and preventative medicine.
Her two horses, Shammy and Libby, are an integral part of her life, as is her adopted and energetic dog, Morty.