Dr. Alison, along with her husband Dr. Scott, has owned Montpelier Veterinary Hospital since June of 2006. Dr. Alison is a 2002 graduate of Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (Virginia Tech) and did her undergraduate work at Virginia Tech as well. Her interests include wellness care, geriatric medicine, soft tissue surgery, and pocket pets. When Dr. Alison is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her two daughters, playing golf, traveling, reading, and gardening. She lives in Glen Allen, Virginia with Dr. Scott, their two daughters Lily and Hannah and three dogs Tucker, Midnight and Lola and their blind cat Elphaba.
Dr. Scott, along with his wife Dr. Alison, has owned Montpelier Veterinary Hospital since June of 2006. Dr. Scott is a 2002 graduate of Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (Virginia Tech) and did his undergraduate work at Randolph-Macon College (Go Jackets!) in Ashland, Virginia. His interests include orthopedic surgery, soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, ultrasonography and reptiles. Dr. Scott is an avid Virginia Tech Hokie fan, Redskin fan and Capitals fan. Besides watching sports, he enjoys playing golf, traveling, reading, fishing, cooking, playing his guitar, collecting and listening to vinyl records and spending time with his family. He lives in Glen Allen, Virginia with Dr. Alison, their two daughters Lily and Hannah and three dogs Tucker, Midnight and Lola and their blind cat Elphaba.
Dr. Grant attended both undergraduate and veterinary school at Virginia Tech. She completed an internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at The Animal Medical Center in New York City and spent several years working as an emergency veterinarian at Veterinary Referral and Critical Care in Manakin-Sabot, Virginia. In 2010, she completed her training to be a Veterinary Acupuncturist and has been integrating Chinese medicine into her practice of veterinary medicine ever since. In addition to acupuncture, her professional interests include, surgery, exotic animal medicine, and management of chronic diseases, such as Diabetes Mellitus. When she is not at work, she shares her home with her husband, their energetic son, their dog Elsa, and two cats. Her other interests include playing games, especially bridge, traveling, cooking and reading.
Dr. Anne Oswald is a 2002 graduate of the veterinary school at Virginia Tech and was a classmate of Dr. Scott and Dr. Alison. She fills in as a relief veterinarian when Dr. Scott and Dr. Alison are out of town.