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Meet the Doctors
Richard A. Moschella, D.V.M
Dr. Moschella joined the practice as an associate in 1991. He purchased the hospital in 1999.
Born and raised in Massachusetts, he graduated from Boston College and received his veterinary doctorate degree from Tufts University. He has family ties to Boston's historic North End. His wife and three sons reside locally and are usually seen walking their two Golden Retrievers. Dr. Moschella has a passion for fulfilling the medical as well as social needs of pets and their families
He is proud to provide a modern and welcoming hospital to serve Foxboro and its' surrounding communities.
Dr. Moschella is our Full Time Veterinarian
Brooke Crosier, D.V.M
Dr. Brooke Crosier grew up on a small horse farm in southern Vermont. There, she observed the work of her family veterinarian, and her love of animals and veterinary medicine began. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Biology at SUNY Geneseo in 2006, and graduated from Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine four years later.
Dr. Crosier spent the first three years of her career working at a mixed animal clinic in the Adirondack region of New York State. There, she developed interests in cardiology, ophthalmology, and soft tissue surgery. A fondness for the greater Boston area and a desire to be closer to family brought her to Foxboro in June of 2013.
Dr. Crosier will be at Foxboro Animal Hospital in a part time capacity, she will be here roughly 1-2 days per week.
Lyra Read, D.V.M
Dr. Lyra Read grew up just outside of Boston. She attended the University of Delaware where she received her bachelors degree in pre-veterinary medicine. After graduating, she worked as a veterinary technician for almost 3 years in a small animal hospital in Belmont, Mass. She then attended veterinary school at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine on the Caribbean island of St. Kitts. After spending two and a half years in St. Kitts completing pre-clinical studies, she attended Tufts University in North Grafton to complete her clinical training. Lyra was then accepted for a 1-year small animal rotating internship at Tufts VETS in Walpole. There she was trained in emergency medicine and worked with specialists in critical care, internal medicine, surgery and other sub-specialties. Dr. Read joined Foxboro Animal Hospital in July 2013.
Lyra now lives locally with her husband, Jim her son Spencer, and their three cats, Tinkerbell, Princess, and Waldo.
Dr. Read will be at Foxboro Animal Hospital in a part time capacity, she will be here roughly 1-2 days per week.
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