Dr. Sachdev began his practice of veterinary medicine in 1971 upon graduating from The College of Veterinary sciences PAU, Punjab, India. In 1978, Dr. Sachdev was chosen for a veterinary medical internship at Boston Road Animal Hospital in Bronx, New York. After completing his internship, Dr. Sachdev moved to New England and practiced veterinary medicine and surgery in Windsor, Connecticut and emergency veterinary medicine in Acton, Massachusetts. In 1985, Dr. Sachdev created, built, and opened the Kennedy Road Veterinary Clinic in Windsor, Connecticut. In his 26 years of practice at Kennedy Road Veterinary clinic, Dr. Sachdev developed a large client base that he serviced on a seven day a week basis. His dedication to the welfare and health of his clients’ pets has resulted in an improved quality of life for the pets that he has so conscientiously cared for.
Dr. Sachdev has earned the respect of his veterinary colleagues and has held leadership positions in the Connecticut Veterinary Medical Association. In his time away from his practice, Dr. Sachdev is a devoted family man and he is married with two children. Dr. Sachdev is also religiously active and is a member of the board of trustees of his temple in Middletown, CT.
Dr. Ashley Diaz
Dr. Ashley Diaz joined the team at RRVC in 2019. She's an experience veterinarian who has been practicing in the area for close to 7 years. She completed her veterinary education at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine on the island of St. Kitts and her clinical rotations at Virginia Tech. Though originally a New York native, she has made Connecticut her home with her husband, soon-to-be 2 children, and assortment of pets. Outside of work, Dr. Diaz enjoys playing with her children (furry and not) , sewing and hiking on the local Rails to Trails.
Dr. Alexandra 'Lolly' Limmer
Dr. Alexandra 'Lolly' Limmer is originally from upstate New York and went to college at SUNY Albany for Japanese culture and language before also getting a biology major. She went to Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed clinical rotations at the University of Florida. She lives with her incredibly tiny dog, Pippi, and 6 wonderful cats, and she loves tortie cats and Chihuahuas. Described as unique, which is a polite way to say weird and sassy, Dr. Limmer enjoys reading, napping, obsessing over her god-daughter, and playing tabletop games.