Kirstin Losert

Dr. Kirstin Losert is a graduate of Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. She has practiced emergency medicine for over 12 years and was a founding partner of a veterinary and emergency referral hospital. In 2011, Dr. Losert returned to general practice. She joined VCA Southwick Animal Hospital part-time in 2012 and became full-time, accepting a position as Medical Director in 2016. Dr. Losert purchased Easthampton Animal Hospital in October 2018.

Dr. Losert particularly enjoys soft tissue surgery, emergency medicine and client education. Dr. Losert lives with her spouse a local cardiologist in Florence, Massachusetts. They have a rescued diabetic lab Ernie and a rescued yorkie Lulu Lemon Drop as well as two cats Miss Pickles and Sir Wellington. In her spare time, Dr. Losert also enjoys gardening with her two free-range hens (Chai and Coco).

Fun facts

Dr. Losert was a college athlete and played the organ throughout her childhood.

COVID Policy Update - March 2022

We are excited to announce some news that will make some of you very happy.

Starting Monday, March 14 th , 2022 we will be allowing one masked client to accompany their companion into the hospital again. Details are listed below. We will continue to provide curbside service for families who are not comfortable with our policies or health risks.

  • All clients entering the building, will remain masked regardless of COVID 19 vaccine status. The mask will remain on for the entirety of the visit, even when no one else is in the exam room as our ventilation system supplies the entire hospital. If you forget your mask or have a health condition which prevents you from wearing a mask, you will remain curbside for your appointment.
  • If you do want to come inside for your appointment, you will still call on arrival for check in and wait in your car until a staff member can escort you directly into a room with your pet. At the end of the appointment, you will be checked out in the room.
  • Each appointment can be attended by ONE family member as are exam rooms are very small. The exception is end of life care during which two family members will be allowed inside.
  • Our staff members will restrain all pets during their exam. Owner will remain in the room but will be required to social distance from the table during the exam. Please remain in the seating provided.
  • If your companion is sick or injured requiring diagnostics (x-rays or bloodwork) and/or treatments (sq fluids, injections), we may ask that you return to your car to wait or drop them off until they are ready to go home.
  • We will continue to do medication and food pick-ups curbside.
  • We hope to open the lobby once the new building is finished.

Thank you again for all your patience and understanding.

Easthampton Animal Hospital