Douglas J. French, DVM
"Dr. Doug" is a THIRD generation veterinarian and the son of Dr. Jeffrey French and Dr. Barbara Reid. He is a 2013 graduate of Tufts University Veterinary School. Douglas recently completed an internship at VCA South Shore Animal Hospital where he rotated through many departments such as Emergency/Critical Care, Internal Medicine, and Surgery. He has three 'sato' (Puerto Rican rescue) dogs, which he adopted through the Cape Ann Animal Aid and a wonderful but extremely stubborn beagle. In his free time, Dr. Doug likes to take his dogs hiking, go rock climbing, and travel. He has a special interest in dentistry and surgery.
Lee Powell, DVM
Dr. Powell grew up on the North Shore of Massachusetts and earned an engineering degree from Northeastern University. He worked in research at Brigham and Women’s Hospital for several years before attending veterinary school at Tufts University. After receiving his veterinary degree, Dr. Powell worked briefly in the North Andover area before coming to Cape Ann Vet Hospital. His hobbies include rollerblading, kayaking, and landscaping.
Kate Dodge, VMD
Dr. Dodge grew up on Cape Cod in Dennis, MA. After receiving her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at Bowdoin College, she attended veterinary school at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating in 2003. Her career began working alongside and learning from her father, who is also a veterinarian. She moved to Manchester, MA to start a family with her husband, Tom in 2006; she now has two children, Bode and Heidi, two dogs and two cats. Dr. Dodge is an active member of the Veterinary Association of the North Shore. In her free time, she enjoys yoga, skiing, gardening and walking her dogs.
Amber Orr, DVM
Dr. Orr grew up on the Big Island of Hawaii then moved east where she received her undergraduate degree in Biology from Tufts University in 2009. She graduated with her DVM degree from Colorado State University in 2013 and then completed her internship in 2014 with Dr. Doug French at VCA South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, MA. She has four kitties (three of which are orange tabbies): Henry, Tigger, Izza and Raja as well as a Guinea Pig named Milo. Her hobbies are hiking, ballroom dancing, and reading. Professional interests include dentistry, preventative health care, and pain management.
Betty Huang, DVM
Dr. Betty Huang grew up in Taipei, Taiwan then moved to the United States with her family for education. She received a scholarship to attend Phillips Exeter Academy, then Case Western Reserve University for her undergraduate degree. She completed a combined Masters in Immunology and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from University of California, Davis.
Dr. Huang shares her home with a senior dog named Baba Ganoosh and a mountain lion in the shape of a house cat named Katie.
During her time off, Dr. Huang enjoys hiking, cooking, and gardening.