Sometimes 4 heads are better than one. Our veterinarians work well as a team and often consult with one another on cases. All of our veterinarians are general practitioners, but each one has different strengths that can be called upon when a pet is in need.

Dr. Angela Burrington

Angela Burrington is the Medical Director and co-Chief of Staff for the Veremedy Pet Hospital. Angela grew up in New York City, but always planned to work with animals and live in the country. Her dreams came true after graduating from Cornell Veterinary School in 1989 and moving to the Upper Valley area. Before coming to Veremedy and specializing in the care of small animals, Angela worked for 8 years as a mixed-animal practitioner working with both large and small animals. Angela and her husband Brad have raised two daughters. They share their home with their rescue dog Holly, two cats, and a rabbit, and maintain a pet flock of sheep and several laying hens. In her spare time, Angela enjoys hiking, backpacking, snowshoeing, yoga, and exploring national parks. Her professional interests include feline medicine and surgery, ophthalmology, and palliative care. Angela enjoys treating small mammal patients such as rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs and rodents.  She is a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners and is a Certified Feline Friendly Veterinarian.


Dr. Gina Roberts

Gina Roberts is co-Chief of Staff of Veremedy Pet Hospital. Originally from central New Jersey, Gina attended the University of Vermont where she earned a BS in Biology and Animal Science. It was there as a UVM undergrad that she developed her great love for the Green Mountain State. Gina went on to receive her DVM from Oklahoma State University. She began her veterinary career in upstate New York where she worked in a rural, mixed animal practice for 3 years, practicing on both farm and companion animals. With Veremedy, Gina now focuses on small animal medicine, nutrition, and surgery and has developed an interest in pocket pet medicine. She enjoys outdoor activities with her dog, camping, hiking, and skiing, as well as cooking and traveling. Gina resides in the Upper Valley with her dog Rigby, cat Jinx, and rabbit Willa Jean.


Dr. Genni Lockerby

Genni is a Vermont native, originally from a small town near the Canadian Border.  She attended Colby-Sawyer College in New London, New Hampshire, receiving her undergraduate degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry.  After College, Genni worked in cancer research at Massachusetts General Hospital for a year before attending veterinary school at Ross University on the beautiful island of St. Kitts located in the West Indies. She attended Purdue University, College of Veterinary Medicine in Indiana for her clinical training, where she focused on mixed animal practice.  Once in practice, Genni found her passion for small animal veterinary medicine and has been working with small animals ever since.  Genni has a particular interest in gross pathology as well as a love for all things cats.  Currently Genni lives in New Hampshire with her favorite souvenir from St. Kitts– a personable cat named Dorian Gray.  On her off time she enjoys outdoor activities and all things theater.

Dr. Brad Burrington

Brad Burrington is the founder of the Veremedy Pet Hospitals.  After earning his DVM degree from Cornell’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1987, Brad became a well-respected large and small animal veterinarian in Upstate New York, New Hampshire, and later in Vermont. Around the Veremedy Pet Hospitals Brad has the reputation as the guy who constantly emphasized the values upon which our regional pet care company was built.   As of September 2020, Dr. Burrington has left Veremedy in the capable hands of the great staff who all strive daily to deliver the best pet health care in our region.