Dr. Kristan Gutowski
As a young girl, Kristan Gutowski and her closest friends were fascinated with breeding hamsters—so much so that Kristan’s mother had to put a stop to it when she realized there were nearly 50 hamsters living in her basement! Kristan’s fascination with pets and wildlife set the stage early on for her dream of becoming a veterinarian when she grew up.
Dr. Janna Giaimuccio
At first, Janna Giaimuccio thought she would study human medicine, but that changed during high school when she volunteered at her local veterinary hospital. Having grown up with dogs in the family and seeing the remarkable changes good veterinary care could bring to an animal in need, Janna realized veterinary medicine would be the perfect fit for her life and career!
Dr. Erin Baxter
Dr. Baxter is a graduate of North Carolina State University. Originally from Oklahoma; she started her animal career at the University of Rhode Island where she received undergraduate degrees in marine biology and animal science. Following veterinary school she completed a small animal medicine rotating internship at The Hope Center, where she then stayed for an additional specialty internship in Internal Medicine before entering general practice.
Dr. Christina Kinsella
Dr. Kinsella originally hails from the New Haven, CT area. She received a Bachelor's degree in Biology from Colorado College prior to moving back to the east coast for veterinary school, where she attended Tufts University's Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Lizzie Hines, BVM&S
Dr. Lizzie Hines grew up in Northern Virginia and has always loved working with animals. She attended the University of Vermont for her undergraduate degree and the Royal Dick School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Dr. Madigan is originally from Western Massachusetts. She received her undergraduate degree in Animal Science/Pre-Vet at the University of Massachusetts Amherst before attending Veterinary School at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. Following graduation, she completed a small animal rotating internship at the New England Animal Medical Center in Massachusetts. Dr. Madigan has been living in Virginia since 2015. Dr. Madigan has interests in internal medicine, soft tissue surgery and preventative care medicine. Outside of work she enjoys traveling, hiking, exploring National and State Parks, reading and spending time with friends and family. She shares her home with her fiancée, their dog Riley and two cats Sophie and Gus.