Kelly Wolfenson Guay B.S., DVM

Assistant Professor and Lenfest Animal Health Center Clinic Director
Division: Animal Studies
Phone: 774.354.0661
Fax: 508.892.8155

Dr. Guay had the joy of experiencing the Pacific Northwest during her undergraduate years at the University of Portland in Oregon.  She received her bachelor’s degree in biology, participated in the honors program, and was a member of Alpha Lambda Delta.  Her path led to Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, where she worked and trained alongside highly experienced technicians. She spent several years working as a technician in the wards of their small animal hospital, while earning her DVM.

After veterinary school, she moved to Hudson Valley in New York, working in a mixed animal private practice for two years.  She also worked in small animal private practices and served as the medical director for two VCA hospitals, focusing on educating students, technicians and clients for the betterment of animal health and well-being.

Guay would go on to teach as an adjunct professor for Tufts veterinary students in community practice rotations. This experience led her to Becker College, where in the fall of 2011, she became clinic director of the Becker Veterinary Clinic, and teaches students anesthesiology and surgery skills.

Her professional interests include enhancing quality of life through early intervention and education of clients, geriatric medicine, and pain management.  She has participated in the Mazunte Project, an international spay/neuter program.  Dr. Guay has also been very involved in several local animal rescues and organized several state funded Feral Spay Days.  She is a member of the AVMA, MVMA, NAVTA, and VIN.


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