Meet the Team of At Home Veterinary
The At Home Veterinary team is proud to bring mobile veterinary care to the pets of Natick, MA and beyond. We treat each pet with compassion and respect, while emphasizing preventive health and client education for the long-term health of your furry companions.
Your veterinary team serving Boston & beyond
Client Service Representatives
Front Desk Team
A recent University of Massachusetts Amherst graduate, Micky is a Boston native and an avid animal lover. Micky has worked in a variety of different roles ranging from non-profit housing, immigration law, to medical research. In his free time he’s spent the past 6 years dog sitting/walking for cats and dogs. Micky has goals of pursuing a graduate degree in animal sciences and has worked with a wide variety of both animals and people!
Mary has a long love and history with animals. She and her family have had many pets, including turtles, hamsters, cats, and dogs. She has worked for several veterinary clinics through the years and especially enjoys connecting with clients on the care of their pets. Outside of work, she loves reading, fishing, going to the beach in Maine, and spending time with her two grandkids in Maine.
Veterinary Assistant – House Calls
Carra grew up in Southern California, attended college in Denver, Colorado and finally found her home here in Massachusetts. Carra discovered her love of veterinary medicine in 2017, in a small town in Colorado. She enjoys hiking with her dachshunds, reading, and spending time with family and friends. Her long term goal is to become a veterinarian (hopefully doing house calls!).
Jojie is a full-time member of the At Home Veterinary team and is based in the Philippines. Jojie provides support through phone calls, texts, and emails. She formerly worked as an appointment setter in a home-visiting physician’s office in Texas.
Jojie has a Bachelor’s degree in Development Communication and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Public Administration.
She is also a passionate advocate who started a non-profit organization that aims to put a smile on people’s faces in times of unforeseen adversity.
In her free time, she loves spending time outdoors, chasing sunsets, hiking, and going to beaches. She has five furbabies, and her love for them and the outdoors make her a well-rounded individual who is sure to brighten up anyone’s day.
Dr. Mischa Leavey
Dr Mischa Leavey grew up in Hawaii and gradually moved eastward by living in Oregon, Arizona, and finally, Massachusetts. She received her veterinary degree at Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine and has been practicing in the Metrowest area for 15 years. Dr. Leavey received her certificate of veterinary acupuncture from the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society.
While Dr. Leavey enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, she has a special interest in the pain management of geriatric patients. Dr. Leavey joined At Home Veterinary for a more personal and stress-free experience for pets and their families.
Dr. Leavey enjoys outdoor activities during her free time, including hiking, biking, kayaking, and traveling with her husband and two kids. Dr. Leavey has a full house of two dogs, two cats, and five chickens.
Dr. Jeremy Gransky
Dr. Jeremy Gransky is a skilled, caring, and experienced veterinarian who has devoted his career to companion animal healthcare. He has worked in animal hospitals since 1985 and received advanced training in medicine and surgery for dogs, cats, and exotic pets at The Animal Medical Center in New York, one of the country’s largest and most esteemed animal hospitals.
Dr. Gransky founded At Home Veterinary in 2005. Before specializing in house calls, he worked for eight years in multi-doctor practices in Massachusetts and New York City. He completed an internship in small and exotic animal medicine and surgery at The Animal Medical Center in New York City. Dr. Gransky earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.) at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in Grafton, Massachusetts, and his B.S. in Animal Sciences at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.
When not on duty, he enjoys traveling, adventurous eating, and just about any adrenaline-inducing activity. His home menagerie includes a dog, a cat, rats, chickens, and human teenagers.
Dr. Melinda Persson
Dr. Melinda Persson has over 15 years of experience combining her passion for veterinary medicine and love of animals in order to strengthen and protect the human-animal bond.
She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine with honors from the top-tier University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. She then spent nine years in Singapore working in a large hospital setting, followed by setting up her own mobile diagnostic ultrasound service.
Dr. Persson made the transition to home veterinary care to give her the opportunity to bond more strongly with the animals and the humans who love them. In addition to practicing all aspects of primary care, Dr. Persson enjoys a special focus on diagnostic ultrasounds.
In her free time, she raises her three daughters and cuddles with her two rescue dogs, Daisy and Tula. She frequently makes homemade baked goods for fun and occasionally gets to finish a book.
Dr. Michelle Krieger
Dr. Michelle Krieger is highly skilled and experienced in primary care medicine. Although her focus is on traditional medicine, Dr. Krieger also provides acupuncture and other complementary practice modalities to our practice. Dr. Krieger graduated from Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine, holds a Certificate of Veterinary Acupuncture from the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, and has studied Veterinary Food Therapy at the Chi Institute. She lives downtown with her 3 beautiful kitties.
Dr. Liz Oram
Dr. Liz Oram was born in Scituate, Massachusetts, and she knew from a young age she wanted to be a veterinarian. She completed her undergraduate work in pre-veterinary medicine at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. She received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. After graduation, Dr. Oram was accepted into a oneyear internship program at VCA South Shore Animal Hospital in Weymouth, MA. Since completing her internship, Dr. Oram has worked at hospitals in the Metrowest and South Shore areas. Dr. Oram is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital Association, and the Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association. She enjoys that veterinary house calls allow her to spend more time with her patients and their families. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, traveling, and spending time with her husband, two kids, dogs, Maisy and Luke, and cat Alice.
John has been part of At Home Veterinary since he and Dr. Gransky founded the practice in 2005. He wears many different hats as practice manager, drawing on his prior careers as a computer programmer and as an attorney to help shape the services At Home Veterinary provides. Outside of the office, John devotes his time to his and Dr. Gransky’s two children (now in high school) and enjoys woodworking, reading, and baking.
Veterinary Assistant – House Calls
Laura assists our doctors, primarily Dr. Persson, at house call appointments, helping keep the animals comfortable and safe during their exams and treatments. Laura graduated from the University of Vermont in 2018 with a degree in animal science. She has worked with a wide variety of domesticated animals, from small bunnies to cows and everything in between. Before joining At Home Veterinary, she worked at the MSPCA as an Animal Welfare Specialist, where she found her love of working with challenging dogs and cats specifically; and helping them get the care they need to live a safe healthy life.
When she is not on the road assisting with appointments, Laura enjoys her free time with her family, going on walks with her dog nephew, Dola, or at the barn with her horse, Tux.
Veterinary Assistant – House Calls
Hayley assists Dr. Krieger out on the road at house call appointments. She received her BS in Biodiversity & Conservation Biology from the University of Maryland in 2018 and her MS in Conservation Medicine from Tufts University in 2021. She has worked with a variety of species, from cats and dogs at the PGSPCA to wildlife and exotics at the North Carolina and Maryland Zoo.
Outside of appointments, Hayley enjoys camping, traveling, and fostering kittens for her local shelter!
Front Desk Lead
Jane first ventured into the veterinary world with us in 2017, following a background in customer service and finance. She is grateful she gets to combine her love of animals with her experience providing great customer service. With both her daughters now in college, Jane spends time with her husband and Charli, their 2-year-old pointer/hound mix, and Pumpkin their 5-year-old cat. When she is not working, Jane enjoys reading on the beach, cooking, snuggling with Charli and Pumpkin while watching Harry Potter movies, and spending time with her family.
Jydell is a 5th year veterinary medicine student at the University of the Philippines Los Baños. She remotely assists Dr. Gransky at house call appointments. Before working as a virtual assistant at Saibervet and joining At Home Veterinary, she volunteered at a non-profit organization that promotes animal welfare. She also worked as a nurse in a small animal clinic. During her free time, she enjoys doing crafts, painting, and playing with her pet dog, Milo, and cat, Pillows.
Meghan grew up in Boston and then moved to Central Massachusetts. She found her passion for working with animals while working in the nursery at a service dog organization. Before joining At Home Veterinary, Meghan worked at a busy animal hospital in Westborough. She enjoys getting to know patients and helping provide an stress-free veterinary experience. When not at work, she enjoys listening to audiobooks, hiking, pet sitting, and crocheting.
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Danielle graduated from Burdett College with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and completed her graduate studies with a Masters of Business Administration from Boston University. Danielle found her true passion for veterinary medicine after working part-time as a veterinary receptionist in a general practice. She then pursued training as a technician and never looked back. Danielle has over 20 years of experience in veterinary medicine, from general practice to emergency medicine, and has developed a deep love of caring for animals.
Danielle has a rescue dog named Woo and a yellow lab puppy named Annie. She enjoys spending time outdoors, camping, boating, fishing, and traveling.
Rather than a photo of herself, Abby wants to share her dog, Eddy. Abs joined us after many years of working in public and private education programs. She has extensive experience with special, adventure, experiential, and alternative education with all ages as well as experience in many roles, direct teaching, training, mentoring, coaching, and supervising. Not only is Abby a friendly voice on the other end of the phone, but she also runs our in-house pharmacy. When not helping At Home Veterinary’s clients and patients, Abby can be found on Natick Community Organic Farm tending to the farm animals and crops as a caretaker with her beautiful dog Eddy.
Karen joined our team in 2021 after a career in hotel management. She loves animals and though she is not hands-on with our patients she appreciates the importance of helping our clients navigate their pet’s care. When she is not working you can find her with her husband Matt, and their Pit Bull Mix, Olive, exploring nature or fixing up their new home. She and her husband enjoy local sporting events and trying out new restaurants in their area.
Front Desk Team
Kelley is a loving wife and mom of two great kids and a super cute Aussie/Beagle/Border collie mix, Tuukka (go Bruins!). Before she came to our team, she worked in emergency veterinary medicine. She is a busy lady, being a mom, an artist, and a painter, gardening in her free time. She joins us part-time in the office, working the phones, email, and in the pharmacy.
Kat bridges weekend and weekday shifts and provides front-line client support while also assisting at appointments. She joined us in 2021 and brings a strong background in animal care as an experienced pet sitter and dog walker. She has two cats that live with her and her boyfriend. Outside of work, she is a part-time student, dancer, and is passionate about human rights and animal advocacy.
Kaitlyn is originally from New Jersey. She grew up with many animals and spent most of her childhood volunteering at the local animal rescues. She has always loved working with animals, big or small. In her spare time, Kaitlyn likes to go on adventures with her wife, Emily, and train her two dogs, Lacie and Ollie.
The true boss of the office. Mister makes his rounds to each of our desks for pets and occasionally tries to steal our snacks.