Dr. Susan Rabaut
Dr. Rabaut graduated from Michigan State University College
of Veterinary Medicine in 1968. Since that time she has been practicing at the Framingham Animal Hospital. In 1975 she became the owner of the practice, after purchasing it from
Dr. Greene. She was active in the Mass Veterinary Medical association during this time. In that association, she was a member of the committee on ethics and grievances, a member of the Public Relations committee, served as secretary for five years and was elected President of the association in 1999.
Dr. Rabaut was the recipient of a Public Relations award and the Distinguished Service Award from the Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association, as well as the recipient of the Henry Childers award from Tufts Veterinary School in recognition of her years of dedication to the education and mentoring of veterinary students.
A resident of Hudson since 1971, she loves any outdoor activity, especially if her dogs can be included in it (biking, cross country skiing, paddleboarding, sailing, kayaking, wind-surfing, running , hiking – all the quiet sports). She continues to ride a motorcycle – a carryover from her days in veterinary school where she used a small moped as her sole source of transportation.
She remains closely connected to her extended family of a 90 year old mom, five brothers and two sisters and their husbands and wives, twenty nieces and nephews, and now her nine great nieces and nephews. This means frequent trips back to Michigan or visits to different nieces or nephews.
Mostly, she continues to love practice, her patients, and her clients, with no plans on retirement.
Dr. Terri Nord
Dr. Nord graduated with high honors, University of Minnesota, Duluth, then graduated with high honors, from the University of Minnesota Veterinary School in 1984. Dr. Nord performed a one year internship at Angell Memorial Hospital in Boston.
She joined Framingham Animal Hospital in 1985.
Dr. Christine Monroe
Dr. Christine Monroe graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn University in 2003, completed a one-year internship at the New England Animal Medical Center in
W. Bridgewater, MA, followed by two years in private practice before arriving at Framingham Animal Hospital. Dr. Monroe grew up in California and has lived in several different parts of the country, but hopes to settle down in Massachusetts and make the MetroWest area her permanent home. Her animal family includes 3 cats, Nikki, Rita, and Bobbi, and her Great Pyrenees dog, Groucho.
Dr. Beth Yagodzinski
Dr. Beth Yagodzinski graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 2001 and from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2005. She worked for one and a half years at a
two doctor small animal practice. She joined Framingham Animal Hospital in August, 2006 . Dr. Yagodzinski is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA), and the American Animal Hospital Association. She lives with her husband, Mike, two children, and their four legged “children”, a mutt named Mackenzie and a cat named Flutie.
Dr. Jeff Carpenter
Dr. Carpenter graduated from Colgate University in 1997, and went on to get a M.S. in immunology and virology from the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. After a brief stint writing for ABCNews.com, and several years in the biotech industry, he went back to school for his DVM. In 2008 he graduated from The Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, and took a position
at Framingham Animal Hospital.