Dr. Sprague is a graduate of Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She joined Glastonbury Veterinary Hospital upon graduation, following in her father’s, Dr. Keish’s, footsteps and joining him at the practice. In 2006 she took over the Glastonbury Animal Hospital reins and became hospital owner. Dr. Sprague enjoys internal medicine and using her ultrasound machine. Dr. Sprague enjoys going to continuing education conferences and had taken courses in ultrasonography. She lives in Marlborough with her husband, Steve, and her 3 children, Michael, Steven, and Caitlin. They have 2 cats, Amon and Mischief, who are purr machines and excellent alarm clocks. They have 2 goats, Nicolette and April. In her free time she enjoys helping her children with their 4H projects that include dairy goats and Belted Galloway cows.
Dr. Kaleta joined Glastonbury Veterinary Hospital in June 2005 upon graduation from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine. She previously attended Bates College in Maine where she received her undergraduate interdisciplinary degree in biopsychology. She has always had a strong love of medicine and animals and truly enjoys the challenge of combining these two passions.
Having grown up in western Massachusetts, Dr. Kaleta is thrilled to be in New England and happy to have found such a supportive practice to work in so close to both her and her husband’s families. She currently resides in Suffield with her husband Jason, her daughters Emily and Allison, her beagle Bailey, and kitty, Suzy Peepers.
Dr. Crowther went to Elon University in Burlington, NC where she received her Bachelor of Science in Biology. She then went on to achieve her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Prince Edward Island where she graduated third in her class. She lives with her husband Jack, her son Samuel, their dog Clifford and their cat Scout. In addition to a special interest in internal and preventative medicine, Dr. Crowther’s favorite part of being a veterinarian is helping people care for and strengthen the bond with their animals, as she truly considers them family.
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