Our Veterinary Nutrition Team

Laura Gaylord, DVM, DACVIM

Laura Gaylord, DVM, DACVIM (Nutrition)

Board Certified Veterinary Nutritionist ®

Dr. Laura Gaylord has been a general practitioner for over 24 years, working in integrative and holistic veterinary practices and those including canine physical rehabilitation.

She has always had an intense interest in nutrition and wellness, both personally and professionally, and she decided to put that passion into action by pursuing board certification in veterinary clinical nutrition through an alternative tract residency program at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

She is currently an independent consultant that is not beholden to any pet food company, rather she selects and recommends diets and nutrition plans based on what is best for each individual pet.  Dr. Gaylord has a special interest in homemade diet formulation, whole foods, sports nutrition, wellness and integrative practice, senior care, western veterinary herbal therapies, and supplements to support optimal health.

Cheryl Wheelock - Veterinary Nutrition Assistant

Cheryl Wheelock, BS 

Veterinary Nutrition Assistant

Cheryl has an extensive background in the field of health and wellness.
Over fifteen years ago she fell in love with veterinary medicine after working at a small animal integrative practice in western Massachusetts.  She is currently back in school, working toward a second degree to become a Licensed Veterinary Nurse.

When not at work, you can find her camping with her family, teaching yoga, riding the local mountain bike trails, and hiking with her black lab rescue, Ranger.

Ashley Landau, RVT

Ashley Landau, RVT

Registered Veterinary Technician

After working for several years in the hospitality industry and obtaining her BS in Hospitality and Tourism Management from the University of Central Florida, Ashley decided to pursue her dream in Veterinary Medicine. In 2010 she moved from Florida to North Carolina and soon after began school to become a Registered Veterinary Technician. In 2013 she graduated from Central Carolina Community College with an AS in Veterinary Medical Technology and became licensed in 2014. Ashley has over 10 years’ experience in Veterinary Medicine including general practice, specialty surgical practice, and integrated and holistic care.

When Ashley is not taking care of and loving on client’s fur babies, she is spending time with her husband, two kids, and German/Australian Shepherd mix, Patsy. Ashley enjoys spending time outside, loves the beach, doing various arts and crafts, and cooking.

Siobhan Bridglalsingh

Siobhan Bridglalsingh, DVM, MHEd., PhD, DACVIM (Nutrition)

Board Certified Veterinary Nutritionist ®

Dr. Siobhan Bridglalsingh attended the School of Veterinary Medicine at The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus in her home country, Trinidad and Tobago. She completed her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree (DVM) in 2005 then took a position as teaching assistant at her alma mater that marked the start of her life in academia. Since then, Dr. Bridglalsingh has spent over 10 years in clinical practice at the veterinary teaching hospital. 

Her interest in veterinary education led her to complete a Masters in Higher Education Teaching and Learning but later on, questions about veterinary nutrition and effects of food processing caused her to pursue a PhD at The University of Georgia (UGA), Athens, Georgia, United States. In 2020, she returned to Trinidad where she resumed her duties during the Covid-19 pandemic until she returned to UGA in 2021 as the first resident in veterinary clinical nutrition with their newly developed full service.  

This research is focused on advanced glycation end products, pet food processing and effects on companion animal health. She is an independent consultant who believes that pets are individuals and their diets should be tapered to their unique needs. Dr. Bridglalsingh has returned to The University of the West Indies as a Board Certified Veterinary Nutritionist by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, to provide clinical service to pet parents and to continue research into the effects of processing on nutrients and animal health.


Cheryl Wheelock - Veterinary Nutrition Assistant

Matthew Everett, DVM

Resident in Veterinary Clinical Nutrition

Dr. Matthew earned his Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, and completed a one-year rotating internship in medicine and surgery all with The University of Tennessee. He has an interest in all things nutrition including small animal, avian, and exotics. His wife is also a veterinarian and teaches at The University of Georgia’s Pet Health  center.  Matthew and Ellen share their lives with a Labrador retriever, English springer spaniel, an orange tabby, spotted saddle horse, and and are expecting their first child in June 2023.

Donna Raditic-cat

Donna Raditic, DVM, DACVIM (Nutrition), CVA

Affiliate Nutritionist/ Mentorship

Dr. Raditic is a Board Certified Veterinary Nutritionist and mentor for residents in Veterinary Clinical Nutrition. She was a professor for both the Nutrition and the Integrative Medicine Services at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine and is currently owner/founder of Nutrition and Integrative Medicine Consultants, which offers independent consulting and education. With a  professional career that includes the roles of general practitioner/practice owner, academician, and independent veterinary nutritionist/consultant, she offers personal and unique perspectives on the role of nutrition, supplements, and integrative care for our veterinary patients.