our team & Facility
OUR Doctor Bryan g. parrott, DVM
Dr. Parrott is the owner and founder of Parrott Equine Associates. For three decades, Dr. Parrott has serviced the large animal community, focusing on equine medicine. Graduating in 1987 from Tuft’s University School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Parrott opened his own practice four years later in 1991.
Dr. Parrott’s special interests are equine sports medicine, dentistry, and podiatry. He provides general, reproductive, and geriatric medicine, as well as surgery and 24-Hour Emergency Service. The equine patients range from Eventers, Hunter/Jumpers, Foxhunters, Polo, Dressage, pleasure and backyard horses. Our clinic is located at Black Oak Stables, South Hamilton, MA, and includes stabling for hospital cases, examination room, indoor arena, and outdoor round pen for in-depth diagnostics and progressive treatments for equine lameness.
Dr. Parrott’s passion for horses began at a young age at a farm in Rockport, MA where he started riding and caring for horses, cows and other farm animals. Dr. Parrott enjoys spending time with his family, riding his horses and playing polo.
PARROTT EQUINE ASSOCIATES
OUR staff Parrot equine associateS
Jessica Segal, CVT
Jessica Segal, CVT, has been with Parrott Equine Associates since February 2010. She is a graduate of North Shore Community College with her Associate's Degree in Veterinary Technology.
Jennifer Swiezynski, CVT, has been with Parrott Equine Associates since early 2006 and was the Practice Manager until May 2018. Jennifer is currently the bookkepper
Lorraine Croteau has been with Parrott Equine Associates, LLC since 1995. Lorraine enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Sammy King has been with Parrott Equine Associates, LLC since summer of 2018. She earned her Associates degree in Equine Management at UMASS Amherst.
OUR facility hamilton, massachusetts
PARROTT EQUINE'S LOCATION & FACILITY
Black Oak Stables
1 Winthrop St.
South Hamilton, Massachusetts 01982
We have an indoor examination room where we provide in-depth diagnostics and progressive treatments for equine lameness and advanced procedures such as endoscopy, dentistry, and standing surgical procedures.
In addition, we have the use of an indoor arena, which facilitates evaluations even in the worst New England weather. Overnight stabling is also available for short-term or extended stays.