At Veterinary Cancer Care, you’re family.
Our priority is to provide compassionate, quality care to our patients and their families. We hold the greatest respect for the human-animal bond and will always honor your relationship with your devoted friend.
Jeannette M. Kelly, DVM
Diplomate ACVIM, Oncology
Dr. Kelly earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine fromColorado State University in 1994 and performed her internship at Veterinary Specialty Hospital of San Diego. She completed her residency in oncology at both University of Pennsylvania and Veterinary Oncology Services and Research Center in West Chester, Pennsylvania, where she worked as an associate until 2001. Dr. Kelly became Board Certified in oncology in 2009.
Dr. Kelly lives in Santa Fe with her son and daughter and multiple dogs, cats, fish, birds, rabbits, mice, hamsters, and other animals. In addition to enjoying many outdoor activities, she is an enthusiastic supporter of the local animal shelters in New Mexico.
Senior Oncology Nurse
BriAnne joined the Veterinary Cancer Care team almost 2 years ago and also has experience as a veterinary technician for small animal emergency medicine. She lives in Santa Fe with her dog “Bird” who tags along to work with her every day. She is currently working on her Bachelor’s Degree at the University of New Mexico. BriAnne and Bird enjoy hiking, camping, and any other outdoor activities in their free time when they are not taking care of patients at Veterinary Cancer Care.
Bridget Collins, CVT
Bridget currently lives in Albuquerque with her husband Tony, dogs Denver and Frank, and three cats Boo, Meatloaf, and Nugget. When Bridget is not at work, she enjoys hiking, camping, and rockhounding.
Clinical Trials and Community Outreach Coordinator
Once he finished his master’s, Tony and his wife, Bridget, decided to fulfil their individual and shared dream of living in a city, surrounded by vast spaces, sunny skies, mountains, and forests. Albuquerque, New Mexico welcomed them.
Now, Tony is excited to apply his humanities training to help pets and their families find love, care, and treatment options at Veterinary Cancer Care.