At Bradford Veterinary Clinic, our staff is 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 field of veterinary medicine. 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.
We can’t wait to see you!
Dr. Susan Tullar
Our veterinarian is Dr. Susan Tullar (Formerly Dyer). Dr. Tullar grew up on a small farm in southern Maine. She is a graduate of UVM and Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Tullar purchased Stonecliff, now Bradford Veterinary Clinic, in September 2009 and has a strong interest in exotic medicine, i.e. poultry, parrots, reptiles and small mammals. She lives in Lyme, NH on a family dairy farm with her husband, her daughter, dog, 4 cats, pig and about 65 chickens (ask her about her free range eggs and grass fed milk!)
Cassie joined our team in October 2016, as a part time receptionist. Before she became Practice Manger, Cassie also helped as a veterinary assistant so she knows how things are run both behind the scenes and out front. Her customer service skills and love of animals have made her a good addition to our team. Cassie lives in Piermont, with her two daughters, two cats, Rosie and Mittens, a wonderful shepsky, Maya, Ranger a Lab-mix, and a energetic bearded dragon, Joe. She loves to visit the ocean as much and spend time with her family.
Meagan joined our team in September 2017 and has learned so much, very quickly. Her customer service skills are wonderful and she remains calm under pressure. Meagan has learned reception along with basic animal handling and grooming. Currently, she is here part-time, because her full-time job is as a caretaker of an elderly gentleman. She lives in Corinth, VT with her husband, two children, two dogs, Destiny and Rip, a cat Jaxxon, a bunny named Chibs, and her Yellow Naped Amazon, Cecile.
Dayna joined our team in 2019, and her bubbly personality makes her a great addition to our front desk staff. Her love of animals brought her here to volunteer in high school, and now she is a valuable team member. When she is not busy at the front desk she can be found, helping the techs with animal handling or doing laser treatment on our patients. She lives in Thetford with her boyfriend and 3 dogs.
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 husband, Tom, and her 3 children, Oakley, her Pit Bull/ Rottweiler mix, Benny, her crazy lab mix, 3 horses, and chickens!
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 is the first person our boarding animals see when she comes in bright and early to walk and feed them. In her free time, she helps out at Berway Farm in Lyme, NH. Haley lives in Fairlee with her husband, son, daughter, two cats, and dog Russel.
Maureen also joined our team in August of 2018, as an assistant and weekend kennel attendant. Maureen has been a fresh addition to our team! As she grows as a valued team member, so does her knowledge and her eagerness to take on more responsibilities. Her “can do” attitude makes it easy and fun to work with! Maureen lives in Piermont, NH with her boyfriend, and their dogs Rosie and Wren.
Kennel Attendant/Veterinary Assistant
Josh became our evening kennel attendant in February of 2017 and has done the job so well that he was trained as an assistant as well. He is now here every afternoon and Saturday. His love for animals shows in his dedication to his job and how well he does it. Josh spends his free time with his son and daughter and dog Tank!
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!
We adopted Victor from Central Vermont Humane Society in October 2018 after he came in for oral surgery. He is one of the sweetest cats you could ever meet, and he had all our hearts as soon as we met him. He has made the clinic his home and can often be found laying on the top of the reception desk greeting everyone that comes in.