Our doctors are licensed veterinarians in the state of Massachusetts and regularly attend continuing education courses and conferences to offer our patients the latest advancements and technology in veterinary medicine.
All Ashland Animal Hospital veterinarians are members of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA) and American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).
Sheela Kerr, DVM — Chief of Staff
Dr. Sheela Kerr, our Chief of Staff, attended the Worcester Polytechnic Institute for her undergraduate degree, and Purdue University for her veterinary degree. She worked at Ashland Animal Hospital from 2005-2008, and joined our team again in 2016. We're glad to have her back!
Dr. Kerr's special interests include dentistry, surgery and endocrinology. She has two dogs, golden retriever Linus, and a golden doodle Sally, as well as two cats, Spike and P. Kitty. In her spare time she enjoys reading, yoga, traveling, camping, hiking, and spending time outdoors with her two sons, Noah and Ryan.
Robert Davis, DVM
Dr. Robert Davis is a Michigan State University alumnus. He has been a part of the Ashland Animal Hospital family for over 24 years. Before joining our team, he practiced at Weston Veterinary Clinic in Weston, MA. He is the former chariman of the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Veterinary Medicine and a member of the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB).
Dr. Davis has two cats, Rio and Jagger. His interests include art, landscaping, birds, fine red wine, music, sports, travel and spending time with his family.
David Schwarz, DVM
Dr. David Schwarz grew up in New York City and lives in Holliston, MA today. He received both an undergraduate degree and a veterinary degree from Cornell University, in 1973 and 1976 respectively. Prior to founding Ashland Animal Hospital in 1997, Dr. Schwarz practiced veterinary medicine in Rochester, NY. He is a past president of the Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA) and now serves as Veterinary Services Team leader for the State of Massachusetts Animal Response Team (SMART).
Dr. Schwarz loves veterinary medicine; it's his passion. In his free time, he enjoys gardening and community service. He also has six dogs and two cats that keep him busy.
Cathryn Cleveland, DVM
Dr. Cathryn Cleveland joined the Ashland Animal Hospital team in April 2014. She received an undergraduate degree from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 2007, and a DVM degree from the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in 2013. Her professional interests include surgery, emergency medicine, and chronic pain management.
Outside of work, Dr. Cleveland enjoys spending time outdoors. She has a cat named Missy and a yellow Labrador named Lily.
Melissa Bisesi, DVM
Dr. Melissa Bisesi joined the Ashland Animal Hospital team in November 2015. She grew up in Hudson, MA and now resides in Marlborough. Dr. Bisesi received an undergraduate degree from Northeastern University in 2007 and a DVM degree from the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in 2013.
Previously, Dr. Bisesi interned at Tufts Veterinary Emergency Treatment and Specialties (VETS) in Walpole, where she received advanced training in diagnostic imaging and emergency medicine. Her medical interests include diagnostic imaging (abdominal ultrasound), nutrition, and formulating patient-specific weight management plans.
Roseanne Bezzant, DVM
Dr. Roseanne Bezzant has been with Ashland Animal Hospital since November 2015. Her veterinary interests include chronic pain management, dentistry, ophthalmology, and pocket pets. She is currently working on the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management's (IVAPM's) certification program to become a Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner (CVPP).
In her spare time, Dr. Bezzant enjoys hiking, biking, gardening, and searching for the best Asian food in Boston with her husband. She also loves spending time with her Border Collie mix, Jello.
Stacy Segal-Reichlin, DVM
Dr. Stacy Segal-Reichlin grew up in Swampscott and currently lives in Boston. She received an undergraduate degree from George Washington University and a DVM degree from Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. Her special interests include animal behavior and feline medicine.
When not caring for animals, Dr. Segal-Reichlin enjoys running, reading, traveling and politics. She has a a black cat at home named Ross.