Dr. Karen Tinkham – Owner, Veterinarian
While most kids go through their astronaut, ballerina, or cowboy phases, Dr. Karen Tinkham says that she never did. She was barely four years old when she told her parents she wanted to be a veterinarian. By the time she was working as a kennel assistant when she was just fifteen years old, she was absolutely hooked!
Dr. Tinkham was born in Connecticut but grew up in northeastern Massachusetts, southern New Hampshire, and southern Maine. She started her veterinary career in high school when she worked as a kennel attendant. After working at a 24-hour SPCA in Massachusetts during her undergraduate studies, she was accepted to the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. Four years later, she graduated with her DVM degree.
Dr. Tinkham started working at Milford Veterinary Hospital in 2009. She became a partner in 2013 and owner in 2018.
Medically, Dr. Tinkham enjoys teaching clients about preventative health. She enjoys surgery, especially spaying and neutering pets to help control the animal population. She also strives to control pain and maintain a patient’s comfort level.
lives with wife of 30 years, their 2 dogs and 3 cats. In her spare time she loves snorkeling, travel and spending time with her family.
Dr. Katelyn Guill-Sanchez grew up in Hudson, NH and attended Bishop Guertin High School. Her love of animals started from an early age, and even as a young girl she spent her free time reading veterinary books from the old Hudson library.
In 2016, she earned her Bachelors of Science in Biology from Emmanuel College in Boston with a minor in French Language. She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University in 2020. There, she also received a certificate from the Veterinary Business Management Association and sat on a number of executive boards for different University organizations. She joined the Milford Veterinary Family in 2020.
Dr. Guill always knew she wanted to be a veterinarian, but it wasn’t until vet school that she knew in what capacity. While at Kansas State, Dr. Kate developed a passion for small animal surgery, feline medicine and a low-stress approach to patient care. Dr. Guill is proud to be a Fear-Free certified professional.
She shares her home with her husband Stephen, their 2 cats, Frankie and Louie, and their rescued leopard gecko named Jeffrey.
When not helping families to care for their pets, she enjoys hiking, traveling, cooking, and reading.
Dr. Juli Westfall- Part-time Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Mary McDowell – Relief Veterinarian
Dr. Lyana Buckwold – Relief Veterinarian
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Catherine J. Reese DVM, DACVS- Reese Veterinary Surgical Services
Graduating from Cornell University in 1991, Dr. Reese attended Tuft’s University’s School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 1995. She completed an internship at Angell Memorial Animal Hospital in Boston in 1996, and then completed a small animal surgical residency at Cornell University in 1999.
After her residency, she returned to Angell as a staff surgeon for almost 12 years, where she was the Director of the Surgery Residency Program and trained over 30 new surgeons.
She was board certified in Small Animal Surgery by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2001 and is a member of the AVMA, MVMA and Veterinary Orthopedic Society.
Jennifer McClellan DVM, Mobile Veterinary Imaging
Dr. McClellan is boarded in small animal internal medicine and has been a practicing internist since 2004. Dr. McClellan received her DVM from Cornell University and returned there for her residency after completing a year-long rotating internship at Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital in Denver, CO.
Dr. McClellan practiced in a busy 30-doctor referral practice in Northern Virginia before moving to New Hampshire in 2006. In addition to being in practice here in NH, Dr. McClellan was a consultant for IDEXX Laboratories for 3 years. She started MVI in March of 2010. Dr. McClellan provides ultrasound, echocardiograms, and direct-to-veterinarian internal medicine consultations.
Dr. Carissa Smullen (Dr. Cara) graduated from Glasgow University Veterinary School in Scotland in 2010. She has been working as a small animal practitioner in general practice since 2010. A few years ago, she worked at an integrative practice where she developed an interest in acupuncture and other alternative therapies. She studied acupuncture at the Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida and received her certification in 2014. She also received her food therapy certification in 2016.
She also began to realize the need for visiting pets in their own homes. Some pets can be nervous or anxious at a veterinary hospital. When performing acupuncture, it is best for the patients to be relaxed and calm. The stress and nervousness they may experience at the vet hospital can hinder the positive results seen from acupuncture. As a result, Dr. Cara has started this house call business to bring these services to your pet.
Dr. Cara lives in Auburn, NH with her husband Jonathan, their crazy cats Stjӓrna, Aramis, Chiana, Rapunzel, and their dog, Leia. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, running, and painting or drawing. She looks forward to meeting you and your pets in the comfort of your own home
New Hampshire Mobile Veterinary Specialists
Faith Buckley, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)
Dr. Faith Buckley received her undergraduate degree in biology from Boston University in 2003. After earning her doctorate in veterinary medicine from the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in 2009, she completed a one-year rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston, MA. She then returned to Tufts for her residency in small animal internal medicine, completing the program in 2013.
Dr. Buckley enjoys all aspects of internal medicine and managing very complex medical cases. She has a strong interest in liver and gall bladder disease, kidney disease and immune-mediated conditions. Much of her research has been devoted to cats with liver disease and improving their clinical outcomes. She has experience with abdominal ultrasound, endoscopy, cystoscopy, bronchoscopy, rhinoscopy, feeding tube placements, and bone marrow procedures.
Dr. Buckley joined MOVES in January of 2021.
Dr. Michelle Powers
After earning her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University in 1998, Dr. Powers spent the next several years completing multiple internships and conducting research as the PennHIP post-doctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She completed her surgical residency and also served on the faculty at Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine, and earned board certification from the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) in 2008. Later in 2014 she earned board certification from the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (ACVSMR). She is also certified as a canine rehabilitation therapist (CCRT).
Dr. Powers also attained the rank of Major in the US Army Veterinary Corps and gained valuable experience caring for the working dogs of the military, border patrol, and TSA. This contributed to her particular interest in orthopedic procedures such as arthroscopy, cranial cruciate ligament repair (TPLO) and fracture repair. In addition to orthopedics, Dr. Powers has a particular interest in soft tissue surgeries, including oncologic, cardiothoracic, and reconstructive procedures.
Dr. Powers joined MOVES in May of 2020.