Michael Reilly, DVM - Owner
Scott Sears, DVM
A true native of northeast Connecticut, Dr. Sears grew up in Brooklyn, CT. After an enlistment in the army, he attended the University of Connecticut and the University of Missouri at Rolla. In 1999, Dr. Sears graduated from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Meidcine. He then worked at a mixed animal practice for one year in Central Missouri before returning to Connecticut and starting at Connecticut Equine Clinic. Throughout undergraduate and graduate studies and to this day, Dr. Sears has had a passion for farrier science and performs therapeutic shoeing for the practice.
Dr. Sears’ professional interests include primary care, sport horse medicine, therapeutic farrier work and dentistry. Outside of work interests are family, various equine activities, fishing and wood working.
Genevieve Williamson, VMD
Dr. Williamson grew up in New Hampshire, where she kept her horse and competed in eventing. She completed her BS in Animal Science at the University of Connecticut in 2009. She went on to the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2013. Following graduation, she completed a one year internship at New England Equine Medical & Surgical Center and joined Connecticut Equine Clinic in 2014. Her interests include primary care, internal medicine and sports medicine.
Jenn grew up in Connecticut riding Saddlebreds. She started working as a small animal veterinary technician in high school. She moved to New Hampshire while in college, where she continued as a veterinary technician and also took on the care of horses at a Standardbred breeding farm. After returning to Connecticut in 1992 to help her parents manage their farm, Jenn also took a position as emergency and small animal technician in the shoreline area. She began working as a large animal technician for Connecticut Equine Clinic in February of 2005. She currently resides in East Haddam with her husband, their four dogs, four cats, and her Fresian Sport Horse Hagen.
gan working at CEC part-time in 1997 while studying Animal Science and Pathobiology at UConn. She briefly worked at a small animal clinic near the shoreline before returning to CEC full time in 2004. She was actively involved with the Arabian horse club, riding and showing locally for many years. Terry is joined at work most days by Daisy & Tessa, two of her six rescue dogs. She and her husband also share their home with two cats, three horses and a small flock of pet chickens.