Dr. Kristi Gaff grew up in southern NH with a long-term goal of becoming a veterinarian. She still remembers her excitement when Tufts University announced the development of the first veterinary school in New England. After finishing her time at Trinity High School in Manchester, NH, she continued her education at Rochester Institute of Technology. Then she returned to New England for her veterinary education at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University obtaining her DVM in 1996.
After veterinary school, Dr. Gaff returned to NH and was located in the central part of the state. My early years were spent as a mixed animal veterinarian. Most recent years have focused on being a small animal veterinarian and practice owner. Dr. Gaff is excited to be practicing closer to her family roots.

Client consultations, creating care plans, treating chronic health conditions, preventative medicine, soft tissue surgery, and the human-animal bond are some of her professional interests. Dr. Gaff values clients as an essential part of an animal’s health care team. She is excited to join a practice with a focus on Fear Free patient care.
Outside of the office, Dr. Gaff enjoys time with her wife, family (two and four-legged members), and friends. Woodworking, live music, live sports, and road trips are other interests.