Lynn Guida, DVM
Dr. Lynn Guida graduated from the Veterinary School at the University of Michigan in 1995. She has two lasting memories of her time there: one involves vaccinating a white Siberian Tiger using a dart gun, and the other is performing a Caesarian section on a cow outside during a snow storm. Dr. Guida has now beein working part-time at Wilton Animal Hospital since 1998.
Magen LaPorte, DVM
Dr. Magen LaPorte originates from Rhode Island and completed her undergraduate education in Animal Science at the University of New Hampshire. Prior to obtaining her veterinary degree, Dr. LaPorte earned a Master of Science in Animal Science from the University of Hawaii with a concentration in reproduction. Dr. LaPorte concentrated on mixed animal medicine while attending veterinary school at Cornell University. During this time, her training even brought her on mission trips to places like Belize and North Dakota where she provided veterinary care for under-served populations.
Dr. LaPorte began her career as a mixed animal veterinarian in western New York, spending a majority of her time treating dairy cattle, but seeing a wide range of animals including alpacas, horses and pigs, in addition to canine and feline companions. More recently, she has shifted gears to focus primarily on small animal practice. A desire to be closer to family and to return to the New England area brought her back to New Hampshire.
In her free time, Dr. LaPorte enjoys stand-up paddle boarding, practicing yoga, and canine obedience training. She holds an advanced open water scuba certification and tries to find time for downhill skiing during our long New England winters. Dr. LaPorte is also an avid New England Patriots football fan. She shares her home with two Dalmatians named Amos and Kiko.
Deborah Moore, VMD
Dr. Deborah Moore has worked at the hospital part time since 2008 and is a 1986 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Moore is another one of our "dog people." Her breed of choice is the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog of which she currently has three that she breeds and enters at American Kennel Club (AKC) conformation events.
Vicki Dapolito, DVM
Dr. Vicki Dapolito grew up in the Midwest (Michigan and Illinois) and currently resides in Brookline, New Hampshire. She received an undergraduate degree from Augustana College and earned her DVM degree from the University of Illinois. Prior to joining the Wilton Animal Hospital team, Dr. Dapolito practiced at the Dunstable Animal Hospital, Goffstown Animal Hospital, Merrimack Animal Hospital, Hollis Animal Hospital, Glenlake Animal Hospital, and Mercy Animal Hospital. Her special interests include surgery, dentistry, parasitology, and radiology.