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Meet Our Team in North Dighton, MA
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Dr. Monica A Vieira graduated with Bachelor in Science from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with a focus in pre-veterinary medicine in 2006. She then completed a degree in Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. While her veterinary career primarily involves small animal, Dr. Vieira has always had a love for large animal medicine.
Throughout her undergraduate career, Dr. Vieira was involved in many activities at UMass Amherst’s farm in South Hadley, Ma. She even took the opportunity to pursue research on alpacas in Peru leading to her future love of large animal medicine. While a veterinary student at Tufts, Dr. Vieira worked as a veterinary technician in the Large Animal Hospital, from which she gained a great experience with a variety of large animal species.
Dr. Vieira has been an associate at Dighton-Rehoboth Animal Hospital, Inc. since November 2012. She is a local Massachusetts resident and is now married with a young daughter. In addition to her veterinary career, she loves spending time with her family and two dogs.
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Dr. Pinto is originally from Rhode Island. She received her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from the University of Rhode Island in 2004. While pursuing her undergraduate degree Dr. Pinto became a volunteer and then employee at the Rhode Island SPCA. She then went on to graduate with a Masters degree from the University of Connecticut in 2007. The main focus of her Masters work was canine audiology and she also assisted with beluga whale research at Mystic Aquarium and in Canada. After her time in Connecticut Dr. Pinto returned home to Rhode Island and began working at Dighton Rehoboth Animal Hospital, Inc. as a veterinary technician. Dr. Pinto attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine on St. Kitts and completed her clinical year of veterinary school at The University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013.