The flu doesn't just affect people. Your cat can develop the viral infection, too. Although most cats recover fully from a bout of the flu, it can be particularly hard on young, old and immune-com ...View Article
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Gene is our head technician with over 15 years of technical experience. Prior to working at Allenstown Animal Hospital, Gene worked as a veterinary technician in Southern California for 6 years. When not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Lacey (also a veterinary technician) and his son, Jake. He is an avid poker player and loves to golf, camp, and go fishing.
Dr. Watkins' dog Baci makes sure everyone is entertained at the reception desk.
Ashley is a veterinary technician on our staff. Outside of work, Ashley enjoys horseback riding, spending time with her husband, George, and playing with her 2 dogs, Brutus and Stryker, and 3 cats, Chaquita, Cuddles, and Missy.
Tara is a veterinary technician at our hospital. When not busy at work, she prefers to be outdoors playing sports, hiking and spending time with her husband and daughter, 4 cats, Toni, Jack, Hopey and Desiree, and Diego, her Miniature Dachshund.
Here's Baci's helper, Luna, on her first day at the hospital.
Barb was born and raised in Manchester NH and now lives in Loudon with her husband, Dave, and their 2 boys, Drew and Troy. Barb's four-legged family includes Zoe the cat, and their 2 rescue dogs, Charlotte and Rose. Barb enjoys quilting, sculpting, and spending time with her family. She also spends time at the Concord SPCA and Live & Let Live farm where she has been volunteering over the last several years. Barb is interested in learning more about animal behavior and training.