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Please note: We will be closed from Saturday, December 24th through Monday, December 26th in observance of Christmas!

Meet The Team

Get to know our Clinton, CT Veterinarians

Our veterinary team is dedicated to providing an exceptional experience for you and your pet during every single visit.

Our veterinarians are here for all stages of your pet’s life.

We offer a variety of services ranging from microchipping and vaccines to dental cleanings and grooming. We are dedicated to providing the best care for your pet while also supporting your locally owned small business. We’re eager to get to know you better and hope you’ll take the time to read down below about us.

Lauren Price, VMD, MS

Veterinarian

Educational background:

UPENN Veterinary School class of 2010.

Interests outside of work:

Hiking, traveling, beachcombing, and hunting for glass floats on Block Island.

What I love about being a veterinarian:

Each day is always different and filled with new challenges. Seeing my favorite patients.

Favorite medicine topics:

Ultrasound, surgery, and endocrine diseases.

Favorite critter other than cat or dog:

Elephants and Rhinoceros.

Drew Ciok, VMD

Veterinarian

Educational background:
Upenn.
Interests outside of work:
Fishing, hiking, and globe hunting.
What I love about being a veterinarian:
Helping critters.
Favorite medicine topics:
Dentistry.
Favorite critter other than cat or dog:

Bacon.

Dr. Natalie Santelli, DVM

Veterinarian

Educational background:
Iowa State.
Interests outside of work:
Hiking, reading, and traveling.
What I love about being a veterinarian:
The relationships I have with clients and their pets.
Favorite medicine topics:

Surgery.

Favorite critter other than cat or dog:

Snow leopards.

Dr. Zachary Cosgrove, VMD

Veterinarian

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Educational background:
University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, Class of 2019
Interests outside of work:

Rock Climbing, fitness, gaming, and music.

What I love about being a veterinarian:

There’s never a dull moment while practicing. Also, some cases are much more puzzling than others, but I love the research that goes into solving them and learning from them.

Favorite medicine topics:

Primary care medicine, infectious disease and pathology, end of life care.

Favorite critter other than cat or dog:

Snow Leopards, bats, and mantis shrimp.