Our caring and compassionate veterinary care team!

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Synpp Clinic in Pascoag! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!

Please call us at 401-568-3223 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!


Owner Veterinarian

Current Owner and one of the original founders of the SNYPP Clinic almost 11 years ago. As the first low cost clinic in the state its mission was and still is in providing low cost veterinary care for all.

A graduate of Syracuse University in 1983 and Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1987.

Special interest include surgery, dentistry and Behavioral issues with dogs and cats.

He shares his home with his two children, Danielle and Peter, and his adopted cat “Miles” a Persian /Himalayan mix that has plenty of attitude.


Office Manager

Alexis is currently our Office Manager and has been working in this field for over 6 years. Her responsibilities are quite varied but she is passionate about forming committed long term relationship’s with our clients and their pets and communicating with and ensuring that your pet is as important to us as they are to you.

During her free time she rides horses, takes care of her three rescue cats, and the office mascot “Duncan”, a lovable one eyed corgi mix that she recently rescued.

Her future goals are in becoming certified Veterinary Hospital manager.


Head Veterinary Assistant

Has been involved in Veterinary care on and off for almost 20 years. She is primarily responsible for her surgical patients well being throughout the day. Her compassion and true love for all the animals that she cares for is evident by the hugs and kisses that she bestows.

At home, her love is directed towards “Scarlet” a loving, attentive, and very spoiled long haired dachshund.

When not working her attention is directed towards her family and friends ensuring that they all know how loved and appreciated they all are to her.


Veterinary Assistant

I grew up being a huge animal lover. We always had cats, dogs, and horses that I took care of. I worked as a “Kennel Kid” at the Burrillville Animal Control while in high school. I graduated from the University of New Hampshire-Durham with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science (specifically Equine Studies and Animal Cruelty) as well as completed an internship with the R.I.S.P.C.A. in the Animal Cruelty Department.

After college, I worked as an Equine Barn Manager, assisted a local Equine Veterinarian during his visits at the farm, and assisted an Equine Dentist in my free time. After deciding to take a break from the equine industry, I went back to my roots of working with small animals. I have over 10yrs of professional work in animal care with animals of all shapes and sizes! Currently, I am the proud mother of 3 children, a cat, and a rescue dog!


Veterinary Assistant

Jill is a graduate of the Animal Science Program in high school. Taking care of animals has always been her passion. Her house always has had quite the menagerie of animals from dogs, cats, birds and reptiles. In her spare time she enjoys doing crafts with her daughter and just being outdoors.

She has a black lab mix Eva who is very energetic and in her eyes her second daughter. James is a cat she rescued and bottle fed as a kitten. Jill also has a guinea pig Anastasia who is frequently called “pig pig”. Currently Jill is in school working towards a certification in Veterinary Technology.



Martha grew up in Boston, MA. Graduated from Shepard Gill School of Practical Nursing of MGH and worked many years as an LPN. Always an animal lover, Martha moved to Prince Edward Island, Canada where she lived on a farm and learned a lot about raising farm animals. She also adopted/rescued retired race horses. Martha was also a Canadian Kennel Club registered breeder of Scottish Terriers and Mini-Dachshunds.

Now back in MA, Martha enjoys spending time with her children, grandchildren, and her rescue cat TY!



Annie has followed an intrinsic drive to help our neighbors become better pet parents through outreach and education. She’s especially happy when she can pass on bits of knowledge or advice that will plant the seeds for a more humane tomorrow for our companion animals.
Another area of particular interest to her has is canine behavior/ training. These fundamentals were put to the test when she adopted Chevy- a Catahoula Leopard Dog/ G.S.D. refugee from the Louisiana hurricane season. Annie has always been propelled by an unyielding curiosity, and is always learning: whether she is listening to Medical Terminology audiobooks with her son, or picking the doctors’ brain to learn the science behind different topics in veterinary medicine. This was even evident as an adolescent. she would routinely shadow at her Vet’s office, observing surgical procedures and office calls. She embodied this curiosity when she earned a Bachelor of Science degree at The College of the Environment and Life Sciences at URI.
Annie has volunteered her time and efforts to benefit such as The Little Rhody Bully Breed Club, Clean Vibes, local municipal animal shelters, and non-profit organizations.