FearFreeForSure

Meet Our Team

It Takes a Village

Inspired by a personalized philosophy to veterinary practice we set out to change the way pets receive care. Boston Veterinary Clinic strives to enhance and promote the human, animal relationship. (Because, after all, owning a pet promotes your health, too.) We’re proud to be the first Fear Free certified clinic in Boston. So, your pet’s emotional and physical well-being is prioritized with every visit. Boston Veterinary Clinic puts the patient first and reduces fear, anxiety, and stress from the start.

We took our new dog to Boston Veterinary Clinic, and we were so pleased! Dr. Lindsay was great – she was so sweet with our pup! He clearly loved her. He didn’t even notice when she gave him his vaccine! She spent extra time with us, answering our “new dog paw-rents” questions (of which there were many!) and she was kind and helpful. The facility is nice and all the folks who work there are very friendly and kind. Highly recommend!

Suzanne Spignesi | Google Reviews

Brian J. Bourquin

Fueled by childhood dreams of being a keeper at his own zoo, Dr. Bourquin realized from a young age his path – a career in veterinary work. His journey began with graduation from Cornell University, the No. 1 school in the U.S. for veterinary medicine. After 13 years as a Boston veterinarian, he founded Boston Veterinary Clinic in 2012, placing an emphasis on trust, compassion, and top-level patient care.

Brian J. Bourquin

Kelly Temple

Before entering into practice Kelly served as a Biological Technician at the USDA-National Wildlife Research Center in Colorado, where she participated in wildlife management research with a variety of mammals. She participated in wildlife rehabilitation at the Wildlife Center in New Mexico, as well as research at the Harvard Medical School.

Kelly Temple

Randi Henry

Pursuing her dream to help those who can’t help themselves, Dr. Henry worked at emergency and referral veterinary clinics in Ohio after Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine graduation. She has been practicing 12 years in medicine surgery and shelter medicine.

Randi Henry

Lindsay Gallagher

Dr. Lindsay Gallagher is a University of Pennsylvania graduate with a passion for behavior. She loves meeting new people, traveling to new places, and learning new things, like playing the guitar, juggling, and improv comedy. If she was a dog, she would be a Jack Russell terrier – she’s short, spunky, and bursting with energy. She might look small, but she’s not afraid to go after her big goals, no matter what.

Lindsay Gallagher

Joey Katson

Dr. Joey began volunteering at an animal shelter at 12 years old and has been working with animals ever since. She graduated from Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine and then completed a medicine and surgery rotating internship in South Weymouth, MA.

Joey Katson

Danielle Rosenberg

Danielle graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and completed a rotating internship at Friendship Hospital for Animals in Washington, D.C. She is a self-proclaimed cat lady, but enjoys working with dogs too!

Danielle Rosenberg

Sarah Cazabon

Even as early as her grade school years in Watertown, Mass., Madrid native Dr. Cazabon always dreamed of being a veterinarian. The symbiotic relationship between science/medicine and personal care captured her heart and has held it throughout her 15 years of practice.

Sarah Cazabon

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