At Bradford Veterinary Clinic, our staff are our most valuable asset. We offer continuing education to our staff on a year round basis so that we can stay current on treatments, diseases and trends in the medical field. Your pet’s health is important, so we are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for ourselves and you, our clients. Our educated and compassionate staff are working to provide you and your pets with the best preventative care and treatments.
Stacy Salomaa – Receptionist
Stacy joined us in the spring of 2011. She lives in Bradford, VT with her dog Chloe and her two cats. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time at her camp in Newbury, VT with her daughter Shelby. We’re thrilled to have her sparkling personality and sharp wit on our client service team!
Krystle Webster – Veterinary Assistant
Krystle joined us through Vermont’s Reach Up Volunteer Program, and we liked her so much we couldn’t let her go! Her enthusiasm, aptitude for picking up the skills she needed and rapport with people and pets made her a great fit for us. She has been accepted into a Veterinary Technician Certificate program. Krystle lives in Bradford with her fiance, Tom and her 2 children, Porter, her exuberant Rottweiler mix dog, Oakley, her Pit Bull/ Rottweiler mix, a couple ferrets, and goats, and a breaded dragon.
Haley Wurtz – Veterinary Assistant
Haley joined Bradford Veterinary Clinic to walk dogs in 2015 and is now working as a Veterinary Assistant while going to school to become a Certified Veterinarian Technician.
Haley lives in North Haverhill, NH with her fiance and two cats.
Andy Carpenter – Custodian
Andy joined us in the spring of 2010 and has been a huge asset to our business! Andy’s eagerness and pleasant attitude are a pleasure to work with. Andy works with assistance from Upper Valley Services. In his free time, Andy enjoys the Red Sox and horseback riding.
Spring – Designated Greeter
Spring is our resident cockatiel, a side effect of the economy, abandoned in an apartment. Spring has a great vocabulary and if you listen carefully, you can sometimes hear “Pretty Bird” or “Crazy Bird”. Spring is very good at alerting us as someone is coming up the walkway!