Milton Veterinary Hospital PC

622 Route 29
Middle Grove, NY 12850

(518)587-4676

miltonveterinary.com


Dr Lori Langdon

  Lori attended SUNY Cobleskill and received her Animal Science degree in 1995.  She obtained her Bachelors of Science from SUNY Oneonta in 1997 and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2001 from the University of Illinois.  She practiced in Virginia for 3 years before returning to upstate New York with her family.  Lori began working at Milton Veterinary Hospital in 2004 and bought the practice from Dr. Crootof in October of 2010. 

  Dr. Lori enjoys running and completed her first marathon in 2013.  She stays very active with her family, husband Brian, daughter Caylie, 4 cats- Phineas, Gimpy, Newt and Itty Bitty Kitty, 1 dog- Bella, 1 bird- Birdzilla and other small animals in which her daughter brings home.  She has tried convincing her staff that bringing a goat aboard would be a perfect fit for the hospital.

  She is very excited to announce the opening of the new hospital. Construction was finished late September 2014 and was open for business October 1st, 2014.  This was also her fourth anniversary of Dr. Lori buying Milton Veterinary Hospital.    

 

 


 

Dr. Tom Bowersox (Board Certified Specialist)

  Dr. Tom Bowersox grew up in Minnesota where he received his Bachelors degree in Animal Science in 1982 from the University of Minnesota. He then continued on in the University of Minnesota’s Veterinary School, where he earned another Bachelors degree in Veterinary Science as well as earning his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1986.

  Dr. Bowersox’s biggest achievement was passing his surgical boards to become a Board Certified Veterinary Surgeon in 1997.  Following completion of his boards, he was hired back at the University of Minnesota as a faculty member in a clinical tract position. His job was to operate cases and to teach students, interns, and residents.

  He has now started his own practice within the last year in which he travels to area clinics performing surgeries that clinics would not otherwise be able to offer and allowing pet owners to have specialty work done on their animals without the need to travel.

  In his spare time, Dr. Bowersox enjoys spending time with his two children. He has many pets of his own including his constant companion “Dash” (an Aussie). He also has cats, horses, and rabbits, while his kids have goats, chickens, and many other species as well.

  He loves to read and be outdoors, especially golfing in the summer and skiing in the winter.

 

HOURS

Mon-Tues

8 am

6 pm

Wed

8 am

5 pm

Thurs

12 pm

5 pm

Fri

8 am

5 pm

Sat

9 am

12 pm

Sun

Closed


 

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