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Lilan Hauser, DVM with dogDr. Hauser joined the Falmouth Animal Hospital team as Chief of Staff in September 2011. She grew up in Berkshires, Massachusetts and currently resides in West Falmouth. Dr. Hauser received her undergraduate degree at Washington State University in 1990 and then attended Tufts University, earning a DVM degree in 1998.

Previously, Dr. Hauser practiced at Animal Emergency Care in Acton, Cushing Square Veterinary Clinic in Belmont, and New England Animal Medical Center in West Bridgewater. She is very happy to be in the Falmouth community and we are trhilled to have her here at our hospital!

Dr. Hauser has special interest in animal emergency medicine, critical care and behavior. She values developing close personal relationships with her clients and their beloved pets. In her free time, Dr. Hauser enjoys kayaking, biking, CrossFit, Warrior and Spartan races, traveling to remote areas and international film nights with friends and neighbors. She also loves spending time with her Landseer Newfoundland Lulu from the New England Newfie Rescue and her cats Bogart - rescued from the first clinic she worked at, and Beau - who was a stray.

dr-jennifer-fallon-dvmDr. Fallon grew up and currently resides in East Bridgewater, MA. She received an undergraduate degree from the University of New Hampshire in 2013 and earned her DVM degree from Kansas State University in 2017. Her special interests include internal medicine, anesthesia, and fear-free practice. She is excited to start her career at Falmouth Animal Hospital and to help clients keep their pets healthy and happy.

Dr. Fallon enjoys hiking, horseback riding, swimming and spending time at the beach. She also shares her home with Dublin, a Siamese mix and Cosmo, a Pomeranian she adopted from Recycled Pomeranians in Texas.

dr ferrick dvm Dr. Gerard Ferrick is originally from the Metro-Boston area but has worked in the Seattle area for the last 3 years doing Emergency and Critical Care as well as General Medicine. He received his undergraduate degree at University of Connecticut, earned his DVM degree from Veterinary School at North Carolina State University, and completed an internship with MSPCA-Angell Memorial in Boston.

Dr. Ferrick has two rescue pets: Orca, a Pit Mix from Kansas, and Torch, a Flame Point Mix from Seattle. When he is not working or spending time with his Fiancée and pets, Dr. Ferrick enjoys hiking, snowshoeing, exploring national parks, playing lacrosse, reading and playing guitar.