Dr Mike McIntire
Dr. McIntire is known to his clients by his nickname, Dr. Mike. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine in 1974. After practicing as an associate in private practice in suburban Philadelphia for two years, he resumed his education at Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine where he completed a 2 year internship and residency in small animal medicine and surgery, earning a masters degree in veterinary science. In 1978 Dr. Mike and his wife, Dr. Sandy moved to Vermont and started their own practice serving the Windsor community. The practice started in their home in West Windsor, Vermont moving to their current location in Windsor in 1986.
Dr Mike reviews a radiograph.
Dr. Sandra L. Waugh
Dr. Sandra L. Waugh graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine in 1976. She completed a 2 year internship and residency in equine medicine and surgery at Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine, earning a masters degree in Veterinary Science. After a career that has included an ambulatory equine practice and general small animal surgery, she became interested in veterinary dentistry.
In order to learn more about small animal dentistry, she attended the Animal Dental Training Center in Baltimore, Maryland, taking courses in Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology, Oral Surgery, Master Restoratives, Endodontics and masters courses in Orthodontics and crowns. This training center provides hands-on training under the direction of Dr. Ira Luskin, a board certified veterinary dentist. In addition, she has attended the Veterinary Dental Forum every year since 2006. The forum provides 3 days of lectures and hands-on laboratories and provides "total immersion" in veterinary dentistry.
Dr Sandy doing dental surgery. Loupes are essential when working on teeth, and especially so with cats.
Dr. Susan Kissel
Dr. Susan graduated from Ross University in 2009. She has worked as an associate veterinarian in Springfield, VT, Bath, ME, Essex Junction, VT, and most recently in Chester, VT at Rockingham Veterinary Clinic. Her interests in practice include internal medicine and behavior. She is especially focused on low stress handling techniques for pets, and hopes to make vet visits more enjoyable for everyone, humans and animals alike. Dr. Susan shares her home with three Australian shepherds and one cat. She also has a Morgan mare that she loves riding. When she is not riding, working, or playing with her dogs she hikes, snowshoes, and generally enjoys the outdoors any way she can.