Donna Walsh Fullerton, DVM
Dr. Walsh Fullerton obtained her B.A. from Manhattanville College and her DVM from Ross University. Before deciding to become a veterinarian, Dr. Walsh Fullerton was a bond trader for Dean Witter in the World Trade Center. After completing her studies at Ross, she went into general small animal practice in Westchester County. She then went into emergency medicine for two years before purchasing Larchmont Animal Hospital in June 2004. She loves being a general practitioner as it gives her the opportunity to treat a wide variety of illnesses as well as practice preventative care. Her special interests include ophthalmology and emergency critical care. She and husband Drew married in 2009, and they share their home with a rescue dog named Cosmo.
Damian joined the Larchmont Animal Hospital team after studying marine biology at Stony Brook University and spending several years managing marinas on Long Island. He is an accomplished fisherman and recreational snowboarder. Damian grew up with many family pets and currently owns two shih tzus named Lola and Quint.
Will is a Westchester native with a great passion for animals and their welfare. He is eager to learn all he can about the veterinary field in hopes to better care for the animals. In his spare time, Will enjoys volunteering at his local Salvation Army branch. He is an avid sports fan and loves to talk about the games from the previous day.
Prior to joining the Larchmont Animal Hospital team Gabe’s affinity for animals had already been fostered. His bond with his Havanese mix, Coco, whom he adores led him to pursue a job in the animal care field. In his leisure time, he enjoys playing sports particularly baseball and basketball.
Kennel Assistant/Veterinary Assistant
Elvis has been working in the veterinary field for 11 years. He has aspirations of becoming a licensed veterinary technician in the years to come. He is unequivocally the finest animal bather a hospital has ever known. In his time away from work, he enjoys collecting sneakers and playing video games.
Nidia received her Bachelor’s in Agriculture Business Management from SUNY Cobleskill and discovered her passion for animals and working with people during her academic journey. As a recent graduate, she hopes to gain experience in a professional environment and to learn more about which career path she wishes to take in the future. Nidia grew up caring for her two Pomeranian’s named Jake who is now 12 and Tita who is eight years old. Larchmont Animal Hospital is ecstatic to add an outstanding young woman to the already wonderful LAH team!