xmas cooper300Dr. Bryant attended Indiana University and received her Associate Degree in Nursing in 1978.  Then, while working full-time and raising a young son, she finished her Bachelor’s in Nursing in 1991. After an 18-year nursing career, she returned to school and furthered her study of medicine. She blended her love of animals and working with people into a career in veterinary medicine.  She is a 2002 graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine and went on to advance her education with a small-animal internship at Regional Veterinary Referral Center in Washington DC. Dr Bryant is still amazed at the similarities between our pets’ medical conditions and our own.

Dr. Bryant’s professional interests include helping pets stay healthy throughout their lives (specifically through preventative care), geriatric medicine, general surgery, pain management, and hospice care.

She is an avid downhill skier and has been a member of the national ski patrol and assisted in the medical training for new patrollers. Her love of all things snow-related was no small influence when it came time to find a puppy. Dr. Bryant and her husband had the privilege of sharing their home for 8 ½ years with Cooper, a lovable Bernese Mountain Dog. Cooper’s passing due to cancer in June of 2017 is the inspiration for Heartfelt Hospice, a palliative care and hospice service offered by To Your Door Vet.

chelsea blinky 200pxChelsea grew up in Upper Michigan and always had a passion for working with animals. As a child she found ways to be involved with animals by having her own pets, helping injured wildlife, and working in shelters. She moved to Wisconsin to pursue a career in veterinary medicine and graduated from Globe University as a Certified Veterinary Technician. She worked in a busy emergency clinic for 3 years, and gained a ton of experience.  In May she had the pleasure of joining Dr. Bryant full time with To Your Door Vet. She enjoys meeting and working with clients in their home and providing the best care possible for their pets.