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Dr. Mike Maki, our Chief of Staff, lives on the farm his grandfather bought in New Ipswich in 1906. In his youth, the farm was a working dairy farm, although it's been a while since cows have provided milk to the local markets. Currently, Dr. Maki's focus is to preserve open space and the farm for future generations of Makis (he has four grandchildren). Although Dr. Maki has been the primary surgeon at Wilton Animal Hospital since its inception, his interests are varied and range from raising llamas and beef cattle to providing all of the veterinary work for the Greenville Wildlife Park until it closed (yes, lions and tigers and bears, oh my!).

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.

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.