Paul Rosiello, DVM with Dog Gussy BearDr. Rosiello, Chief of Staff, has been a veterinarian with Associates Animal Hospital since 2002. A Massachusetts native, he grew up in Shrewsbury and still lives there today. Dr. Rosiello earned an undergraduate degree from Worcester State University before pursuing veterinary studies at Purdue University and Ross University. He has an interest in senior pet wellness and pain management.

Outside of work, Dr. Rosiello enjoys working out, going for long walks with his dog, and spending time with his wife, two daughters and extended family. His family also includes his dog Gussy Bear; four cats named OTI, Gino, Pooky and Rascal; and two fish, Snow White and Cinderella.

Susan Board Gillham, DVM with Dog BennyDr. Gillham has been practicing at Associates Animal Hospital since 1995. She grew up in Bethesda, Maryland and currently lives in Shirley, Massachusetts. Dr. Gillham received an undergraduate degree from Skidmore College and a DVM degree from the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. Before joining our team, she practiced veterinary medicine at Shrewsbury Animal Hospital. Her special interests include surgery and endocrinology.

In her spare time, Dr. Gillham enjoys painting, hiking, traveling and archaeology. She has a 6-year-old Brittany Spaniel named Benny and a 3-year-old cat named Midgey Kitty at home.

Donna Badner, DVM with a puppyDr. Donna Badner graduated from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1990. She established and operated a small animal hospital for several years where she enjoyed the privilege of long lasting relationships with staff, clients and their pets. Her special interests include all areas of internal medicine, such as preventive medicine as well as diagnosing and medically managing sick and chronically ill patients. Dr. Badner feels that the role our pets play in our lives and the role we play in theirs cannot be over appreciated.

She has volunteered her veterinary services to The State of Mass Animal Response Team as well as NEADS and is a current member of the AVMA and the MVMA. Outside of work, Dr. Badner can be found cycling, watching the Red Sox or spending time with her two and four-legged family.