Meet the Team at Sequist Animal Hospital
Meet our experienced team at Sequist Animal Hospital in Morristown, VT, where we bring passion and expertise together to foster a nurturing environment for your beloved pets. Join us in our mission to provide the best possible care for your furry companions!
Get to Know Our Morristown, VT Veterinary Team
Dr. Emily Bond
Dr. Bond attended veterinary school at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 2010. Dr. Bond joined the practice in January 2013.
Dr. Bond is our specialist in the fields of acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, and Physical Rehabilitation.
She is certified in both acupuncture (through the Chi Institute) and Physical Rehabilitation (through the University of Tennessee Canine Physical Rehabilitation Program) and is pursuing certification in Chinese Herbal Medication (through the Chi Institute).
She also performs Veterinary Cold Laser Treatment and Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation and performs surgeries at our hospital and is one of the emergency care doctors.
Although she works with small animals at the hospital, Dr. Bond also makes house calls for both small and large animals.
As a native Vermonter, Dr. Bond is happy to be back in Vermont, living with her family in Johnson. In her free time, you can find her enjoying time with her newborn daughter and her husband, walking her dogs, reading, and gardening.
Dr. Tom Strolle
Dr. Strolle graduated from the University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine in 1997. He lives in Jeffersonville with his wife and son, three cats, a chihuahua mix, and a box turtle.
He and his wife, Kate, grew up in Addison county, Vermont, where they attended the prom together, but then went their separate ways until married years later in California.
Eventually, Vermont called them home to be closer to their extended family in New England. Dr. Strolle enjoys the outdoors for skiing, hiking, and paddleboarding.
He plays multiple instruments and mostly plays with friends but has been known to join a band to do a gig or two. If you attend any local flea market or estate sale, there’s a good chance you will see him hunting for treasures and rare old things.
Katelyn, Practice Manager
Katelyn joined the team in the early summer of 2016. She has grown immensely in the veterinarian field and has truly found her passion in working with animals. Being a practice manager has proven to be an exhilarating ride and she is proud to support and advocate for the team, clients, and pets. Finding ways to grow and develop in the ever-changing times is an adventure in a half. In her spare time, you can typically find her at the top of a mountain with her four-legged best friend, Abby.
Sadie, Vet Tech Supervisor
Sadie is a Vermont native that has been in the Veterinary field since 2016. She joined our practice as a Technician Supervisor in October of 2023. She likes to spend her free time with her three Labrador Retrievers doing anything outdoors.
Falon, Vet Tech
Bio coming soon!
Madi, Vet Tech
Aliyah, Vet Tech
Aliyah joined the team in the late summer of 2021. She joined the team after deciding that she wanted to work with animals full time. She is excited to develop and grow into the veterinary world. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her cat Zoey and traveling.
Casey, Vet Tech
Bio coming soon!
Gabi, Vet Assistant
When she isn’t working, she loves to spend time with her husband and 2 dogs. She cares for 4 hens and hopes to one day add a kitten to her family.
Client Service Representatives
Hannah, Customer Care Supervisor
Hannah is the most recent addition to our team! An ardent lover of animals, she decided she wanted to work with helping them full time. She is thrilled to be able to grow and learn more about our veterinary practice. Whenever she’s not at the front desk or out back helping, Hannah loves spending time with her two cats, Dahlia and Wagner, and reading a good book.
Sarah, Customer Care
Bio coming soon!
Frank, Office Pet
Frank was brought to us in 2008 after being hit by a car. He had a broken jaw and was showing signs of neglect. The staff here nursed him back to health, and now he is extremely happy living here at Sequist as our hospital kitty.