Andrew M. Krause, DVM
andy@woodpondvets.com


Andy graduated from UVM and completed his veterinary degree at NC State University.  Andy founded Wood Pond Veterinary Services in 2002 with a goal of providing exceptional veterinary service to the professional agriculture industry of central and northern VT and NH.  Along the way he met a lot of horses, goats, and alpacas that were fun to work with too. 

Madyson O'Shana

Madyson graduated from the University of Tennessee in May 2020 with a Bachelor's in Animal Science.  During her studies she earned a certificate from the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture's Master Horse and Small Ruminant Programs.  She helps manage her family's small ruminant farm and their ten dogs.  Madyson enjoys working with the veterinarians and learning the care of livestock.

Tyler McGill, DVM, MS
tmcgill@woodpondvets.com


Tyler McGill joined Wood Pond in the Spring of 2017 bringing his considerable equine and dairy knowledge to the practice.  Tyler is a native of St. Johnsbury, Vermont, and our 3rd UVM graduate.  After working in the bovine reproduction industry, Tyler pursued his MS in Ruminant Nutrition and DVM degrees at Virginia Tech.  His interests include reproduction, nutrition, podiatry and dentistry.  Tyler is excited to return home and to live his childhood dream of traveling the countryside as veterinarian for hooved creatures.

Erin Nelson, DVM
enelsondvm@gmail.com


Another UVM alumn, Erin finished her veterinary medicine degree at Purdue and began working at Wood Pond Veterinary in 2004.  Erin juggles being a great vet with raising her three children as well as lending her husband Ethan a hand at home on the family dairy, Scotch Burn Farm.  Erin is especially passionate about food animal medicine and helping dairies improve milk quality and calf health.

Jackie Lee Graber, DVM

Jackie@woodpondvets.com


Dr. Jackie Lee Graber is a large animal veterinarian who graduated from Ohio State University in May 2019. She has a strong interest in herd health and management of sheep and goats. She also has focused much of her time working with dairy cattle and has interests in all aspects of herd health and management. Specifically, she enjoys analyzing calf health parameters and facilitating team communications and continued education for Spanish speaking employees. Dr. Graber was raised on a hobby beef farm in Connecticut and owned a flock of sheep for several years. She is very excited to return to New England. In her spare time, Dr. Graber likes cooking new recipes, skiing, kayaking and spending time with her dogs, Mariah and Mabel, and her husband, Matt.