Dr. Robert (Bart) Massucco Jr., a native of coastal Maine, opened the doors of Countryside Veterinary Clinic and Countryside Kennels in 1994. He has a Bachelor's of Arts Degree in Biochemistry from Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. He completed his undergraduate thesis in molecular biology concentrating on a cloning project involving biological clocks. Dr. Massucco received his degree in veterinary medicine from Tufts University in 1991. After starting his veterinary career in May, 1991 working at Natick Animal Hospital, Dr. Massucco decided to start his own practice in 1994.
Dr. Massucco now treats common domestic species: cats, dogs, as well as a wide variety of exotic small mammal pets including rabbits, ferrets, chinchillas, and guinea pigs. He is always researching the latest techniques and takes a variety of continuing education courses annually to make sure your pet has the most current care available.
Passion for animals: Dr. Massucco fell in love with horses at just two years of age, jumping on the back of a pony at his pre-school in Maine. He has spent most of his life riding, training, competing and breeding sport horses.
Dr. Massucco's family: includes wife Marissa and three children,
and live on the south coast of Massachusetts.
Dr. Massucco hiking in his native Maine
Dr. Sykes started at CVC in February 2018. He has many years of practice having graduating from Ross University of Veterinary Medicine in 1996.
Welcome Dr. Sykes!
Kelly Cygan, DVM joined our team in 2008. Dr. Cygan graduated from Quinnipiac University in Connecticut, with a Bachelor's Degree of Science in 2003. She was accepted at St. George's University in Grenada, West Indies and received her degree in veterinary medicine in 2008. She began at CVC right after graduating in 2008. Dr, Cygan lives locally with her husband and child.
Dr. Kelly Cygan
Dr. Olson has been working at CVC since 2010 after working at a veterinary clinic in Texas. She and her husband live in central Massachusetts and have two children. The Olson family also has three cats.
Dr. Meredith Olson
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