Lisa B. St. Aubin, DVM, MPVM, CVSMT – available for chiropractic appointments on Monday  evenings

Dr. Lisa St. Aubin graduated veterinary school from the University of California at Davis with a dual degree in Veterinary Medicine (DVM) and a Master’s in Preventive Veterinary Medicine (MPVM). After practicing small animal and exotic medicine for two years in California, she re-located back to the East coast to complete a one year internship in aquatic animal medicine at the Mystic Aquarium in Mystic, CT, followed by a one year position at the Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence RI. Since that time, she has worked at various small animal and exotic practices as a relief veterinarian, but her passion has always remained with improving the function and performance of canine athletes.

Dr. Lisa St. Aubin, DVMIn order to pursue advanced training in veterinary spinal manipulative therapy (also known as chiropractic medicine), Dr. St. Aubin recently received her VSMT certification from the Healing Oasis Wellness Center; the only nationally accredited chiropractic school in the country. This is an intense 226 hour post- graduate education certification program with an emphasis in functional and integrative neurology in both canine and equine patients.

In addition, Dr. St. Aubin is a certified member of the College of Animal Chiropractors.

Dr. St. Aubin has a special interest in performance and working dogs and increasing their quality of life as well as their endurance capabilities. She shares her home with her Border Collie, Riley J Dog, and a Dutch Shepherd, Maicoh. She trains and competes in various canine sports including agility, French Ring, stock and dock diving.

Dr. Caitlin McIntosh, DVM, Certified Animal Chiropractor – available for chiropractic and Acupuncture appointments on Thursday evenings

Dr. McIntosh graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in June 2009. She became certified in veterinary spinal manipulation therapy in 2012 at the Canadian Animal Chiropractic Institute. A native of New England, Cait returned to Connecticut in 2015 after practicing in upstate New York for 6 years. In 2015 Dr. McIntosh received her certification of veterinary acupuncture at the Chi Institute. Dr. McIntosh enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine but has special interest in chronic pain management with the use of acupuncture and chiropractic. She greatly enjoys integrative medicine.

When not working, Cait spends most of her time with her husband Mike, their sons Elijah & Wynston, and their animals. They have a small farm with chickens, goats, sheep, bees, horses, a dog and two cats. She enjoys ice hockey and riding her Icelandic horse Valur.