Our caring and compassionate veterinary care team!

Fallon Animal Clinic is family-owned and operated in Lunenburg, MA. Other companies may offer similar services, but our services come with a personal touch.

Founded in 1963 by Dr. Robert Fallon, the Fallon Animal Clinic has provided veterinary care to generations of pets. Our mission is to provide practical, affordable and effective veterinary services and treatments to our clients and patients.

Please call us at 978-345-4429 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!

The Doctors

Dr. Robert J. Fallon
Founder | 1928 – 2012

Dr. Michael Fallon, DVM
Veterinarian

Dr. Fallon has been working at Fallon Animal Clinic since his father, Dr. Robert Fallon founded the practice in 1963. Michael became a veterinarian in 1989, graduating from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. A longtime resident of Lunenburg, MA, you are likely to find Michael at the golf course in his spare time.

Dr. Terri Grobe, DVM
Veterinarian

Dr. Grobe graduated from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1991. Her interests include medicine, acupuncture (certified), post surgical rehabilitation (certified), complimentary medicine and canine search and rescue.

Dr. Alyssa Shore-Khirallah, DVM
Veterinarian

Dr. Shore-Khirallah graduated from the Ohio State University in 2016. Born and raised in Chelmsford, MA, Alyssa has wanted to be a veterinarian since she was six years old. In her spare time, she loves riding her horse Finn, spending time with her husband, two dogs and two cats.

Dr. Lauren Greene, VMD
Veterinarian

Lauren Greene, VMD, DACT is a native of Pennsylvania, who attended the University of Pennsylvania for her undergraduate and veterinary studies. After graduation in 2006, she completed a residency in large animal reproduction, and became board certified. Dr. Greene relocated to New England with her husband, Dr. Chad McGee, and began working at a busy small animal clinic in Boston; while also working on large animals in their large animal veterinary practice, McGee Equine Clinic. In 2015, she started working at Fallon Animal Clinic; the same clinic where her husband worked as a teenager. In her spare time, Dr. Greene enjoys spending time with her husband, their two children, two dogs, four horses and ponies, and many sheep and goats. Fun Fact: Dr. Greene’s grandfather, also a veterinarian, helped develop the Canine Distemper Vaccine.

The Staff

Richard

Richard has been working at Fallon Animal Clinic since he was 12 years old. He has been manager for 35 years and also has a university background in veterinary science. Richard met his wife right here at the clinic in our waiting room (ask him for more details). They currently own a Golden Retriever and live in New Hampshire.  

CJ

CJ has been a valued member of our team since 1990. She is a jack of all trades; working the front desk, as a technician, and keeping our inventory up to date with all of the latest medications we need and special orders. In her spare time she enjoys quilting, baking, and snuggling with her cat Gandalf (aka “Zippy”).

Chelsea

Chelsea graduated from Becker College with an associate’s degree in Veterinary Technology in 2008. She became a board certified veterinary technician that same year. Chelsea has worked in the veterinary field since 2004. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her husband, their two children, Hayley and Weston, and her dog, Chloe the corgi.  

Cathy

Cathy was born and raised in Fitchburg and is married to her husband, Jamie. She has been at Fallon Animal Clinic for 18 years. In her spare time she enjoys pet sitting and hanging out with her cat, Stanli, who she adopted from the clinic. Cathy has always enjoyed working with small animals and is currently interested in expanding to large animal pet sitting for horses. 

Kara

Kara is one of our veterinary technicians, primarily working in surgery. Kara technically started at Fallon Animal Clinic when she was 16 cleaning kennels. However, after receiving her B.S. and working in digital marketing, she realized veterinary medicine was her calling. She lives in the country with her husband and three dogs; Gatsby, a Belgian Malinois, Gretel, a Cattle Dog Mix, and Ma, a Border Terrier.

Lisa

Lisa is one of our veterinary technicians. Lisa is a busy working mom of two and is a lover of all animals. She has three Great Danes, four cats, two miniature Juliana pigs, three chickens, and a guinea pig. Lisa is especially noted for her compassion and snuggling skills. 

Rebecca

Rebecca is one of our veterinary technicians and graduated from Becker college in 2008. She has been in the animal field for over 10 years and  is married with two grown children. In her spare time she enjoys hiking with Rufus, Annabelle and her husband, Patrick. Her daughter, Stephanie, currently works at the clinic and is an aspiring veterinarian. 

Cindy

Rhonda

George

Captain George Morgan is our clinic cat here at Fallon Animal Clinic. He was hit by a car on Electric Avenue in Lunenburg and was brought to us by the animal control officer with two fractured rear legs and numerous abrasions. Dr. Fallon performed surgery, pinned George’s legs, and he then stayed with us during recovery and rehabilitation. No one ever claimed ownership of George, so he has remained with us and is now a part of our family- not to mention a great mascot. You will see him greeting clients by the check in/check out windows, and scaring clients when he runs out the door.

Melissa

Melissa is one of our receptionists here. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with an English and Journalism degree. Melissa found herself at Fallon Animal Clinic because of the love she has for animals. She owns a cat named Wesley Stripes (not related to the famous actor) and hopes to have a home full of animals soon!  

Chrissy

Chrissy started working at Fallon Animal Clinic in 2018, but has been in the veterinary field for over 20 years. Although she works with cats and dogs here at Fallon Animal Clinic, Chrissy also goes home to her horse, Eris. Her passion is large breed dogs, but she likes to throw in thoroughbred race horses to keep things exciting.