Meet Our Staff

Veterinarian in MarshfieldJEFFREY M. BARROW, D.V.M.

Dr. Barrow grew up in Duxbury and graduated from Duxbury High School with the class of 1982. He has been a resident of Marshfield since 1991. He received his B.A. at Tufts University in 1986, majoring in mathematics and graduating with honors. After spending a year in Lexington, Kentucky breeding thoroughbred horses and visiting with an equine veterinarian he started veterinary school at Tufts University and graduated in the top 10 percent of his class in 1991. His veterinary career began at Kingston Animal Hospital in 1991, and then he moved to New Hampshire, working at a small animal practice in Amherst for one year. He returned to Massachusetts in  1995, working eight years at Roberts Animal Hospital in Hanover. His work there included emergency shifts as well as practicing general surgery and medicine. Dr. Barrow has a special interest and extensive experience with internal medicine, oncology and general soft tissue surgery. He has experience treating small mammals such as ferrets, rabbits and guinea pigs. He is a member of American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA) maintains his skills through yearly continuing  education. He resides in Marshfield with his wife Donna, son David and daughter Katherine along with their golden retriever and two cats.



KAREN E. RAVANESI, D.V.M.Marshfield Animal Hospital

Dr. Ravanesi graduated from Smith College with a Bachelor’s in Biology and Psychology. She received her veterinary degree in 1993 from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. She practiced at hospitals in Winchester, Ashland and Hingham before coming to Marshfield Animal Hospital. Her interests lie in geriatric medicine and surgery. She loves getting to know her clients and their pets and keeps them healthy with compassionate care and understanding. When she’s not at MAH, she enjoys gardening, photography and yoga. She has 2 Tibetan “terrors” named “Duffy” and “Rosie” and 4 rescued cats: “Manny”, “Riley”, “Louie”, and “Ella.”



Dr. Dudziak Marshfield Vet



Dr. Dudziak received a BA in Art and a BS in Biology from Saint Michael’s College and graduated from the Tufts University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005. Prior to joining our team, she was a staff veterinarian in the general practice at the New England Animal Medical Center and has special interests in dermatology and animal behavior issues. Her pets include Hank and Bindi (pictured) and her cat Mamie. When away from the hospital, Dr. Dudziak enjoys doing home improvement projects, drawing, playing guitar, singing, and golf!








Dr. Lauren Zepernick graduated with honors from the University of Vermont with a degree in Animal Sciences. She attended veterinary school at North Carolina State University, followed by a rotating small animal internship at Cornell University. After completing her internship she returned to North Carolina where she spent five years working as an emergency veterinarian. She moved to the Boston area in 2013 and spent some time working emergency before making the transition to general practice at Marshfield Animal Hospital. Her professional interests include emergency medicine, pain management and behavior. Outside of work Dr. Zepernick enjoys traveling, live music and running. She also enjoys spending time outdoors with her three dogs – Maggie (a Catahoula mix), Sydney (an Australian Cattle Dog mix) and Eli (a Border Collie mix) – all shelter dogs from the south.





Dr. D’Andrea joined Marshfield Animal Hospital in March of 2015. She is from the Midwest and is a graduate of The University of Michigan. She completed her DVM at Cummings school of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. Since then she has been in private practice focusing on preventive care, pet behavior, internal medicine, general soft tissue surgery and dentistry.  Dr. D’Andrea is a USDA accredited veterinarian with an interest in international medicine. As a surgical instructor and volunteer Veterinarian with World Vets – International aid for Animals, she teaches basic soft tissue surgical skills to international veterinarians and veterinary students and brings veterinary medicine to the street dogs of Nicaragua. After living in Boston for 10 years, she has recently moved to the south shore with her husband and 2 rescue dogs, Leo and Lou. In her spare time she enjoys stand up paddle boarding, woodworking, gardening, scuba diving and yoga.






Dr. Powers received his Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science from the University of New Hampshire. He then complete veterinary school at the Atlantic Veterinary College in Prince Edward Island,  Canada, graduating in 2015.  Following that, he completed a rotating medicine and surgical internship at VCA South Shore. He has special interests in dentistry and pain management. Dr. Powers originally grew up in Harpswell, Maine, harvesting seaweed and working at a marina during the summers. He and his wife currently live in Scituate with their Vizla ‘Cisco’ and cat ‘Flurry’. Dr. Powers enjoys most outdoor activities, especially hiking, boating, golfing and skiing.










Our Caring and Experienced Staff

Carol L. Howard, Hospital Administrator

Lee-Ann Meehl, Operations Manager

Cassie Walsh, Client Care Coordinator

Darlene Hone, Veterinary Technician

Donna Silva, Veterinary Technician

Erin Slyman, Certified Veterinary Technician

Jean Piers, Client Care Coordinator

Jeanne Connolly, Certified Veterinary Technician

Jill Manning, Client Care Coordinator

Jordan Mueller, Veterinary Technician

Julie Ferguson, Client Care Coordinator

Kelly Peterson, Veterinary Technician

Kirsten Ansems, Veterinary Technician

Kristine Mosca, Veterinary Technician

Laurie Andrews, Certified Veterinary Technician

Megan Roppolo, Veterinary Technician

Nicole Richardi, Client Care Coordinator

Pamela Quintal, Veterinary Technician

Robin Ringuette, Client Care Coordinator

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