Meet Our Staff
Dr. Rob Macpherson
Dr. Macpherson feels very blessed to be part of a tremendous profession. He finds it so rewarding to see the bond that exists between pets and their families, and feels that the greatest reward is seeing the joy on people's faces when pets are treated and are well enough to go back home. He is the Medical Director of the Rutland Veterinary Clinic and Surgical Center.
Dr. Macpherson graduated from Ontario Veterinary College in 1992 and has worked in Vermont since 1999. His passion is surgery and he specializes in orthopedic issues like cranial cruciate ligament disease and knee cap luxation repairs, as well as more advanced soft tissue surgeries. He knows his success is owed in large part to having a wonderful team of individuals who share the passion for providing cats, dogs, and their owners the very best in medical and surgical care.
In addition to his wife and three children, Dr. Macpherson's family includes Harper & Frank, both black labs, and their cat, Luna. In his spare time he enjoys reading, outdoor activities, camping, and watching his children's sporting events.
Dr. Michaela Wozniakewicz
Dr. Michaela Wozniakewicz is a graduate of Tufts University's Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine and received her undergraduate degree from The University of Vermont. She grew up in Massachusetts but fell in love with Vermont during her time at UVM and joined the Rutland Veterinary Clinic and Surgical Center team in 2014 after completing veterinary school. Dr. Woz's areas of special interest include Internal Medicine, Neurology, and Surgery. She enjoys providing the best possible care to both animals and people, as well as developing strong relationships with her clients and their pets. She also thrives on the challenges of practicing veterinary medicine - no day is the same as the next!
In addition to her son and husband, Dr. Woz's family includes two dogs, Rhaegar and Lyanna, and a cat named Peeta. In her free time, Dr. Woz enjoys cooking, baking, gardening, hiking, skiing, traveling, and spending time with her family.
Dr. Amy Davenport
Dr. Amy Davenport is a Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine graduate. She grew up on a dairy farm in this area, and after much travel to become a veterinarian, Dr. Davenport is back on the home farm (which is now a sheep farm). Her cats and dog, Mickey, keep her entertained in the house. Her sheep and horse, Jack, keep the farm lively. Dr. Davenport enjoys working with patients to become pain free through our multimodal approach, and she loves giving affection to all the animals that come through.