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Meet the Team at Fieldstone Veterinary Care
At Fieldstone Veterinary Care in New Fairfield, CT, each member of our exceptional team is a skilled professional and a true animal advocate. You can count on us to deliver the best veterinary care possible, prioritizing the health and well-being of your furry companion at every step.
Our Compassionate Veterinary Team in New Fairfield, CT
Dr. Cary Brenner
Dr. Cary Brenner has been a part of the Fieldstone family for over 25 years. As a founder member and former owner of Fieldstone Veterinary Care, Dr. Brenner received his BS in Zoology from the University of Rhode Island and graduated from Iowa State University in 1982 with his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. Since 1983, Dr. Brenner has been practicing Veterinary Medicine in Connecticut, where he developed an interest in diagnostic ultrasound to perform on-site ultrasound studies. Dr. Brenner has worked for Veterinary Multi-imaging and eVet Diagnostics for over a decade, along with his long-standing time as a primary veterinarian of Danbury Animal Welfare Society, Inc, in Bethel, CT. At home, you can catch Dr. Brenner enjoying the sounds of Jimmy Buffet while spending time with his wife, five children, mix-breed dogs Annie and Smudge, and cat Pineapple.
Dr. Nadja Raver
As the primary doctor at Fieldstone Veterinary Care, Dr. Nadja Raver has been a part of the team since 2016. Her educational background includes a B.S. In Biology from Brandeis University and her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She has a strong interest in community medicine, along with spay and neuter services. She has worked for the ASPCA, New Rochelle Pet Rescue, and several mobile clinics providing low-cost spay and neuter services to the public. As a personal quirk, she likes Star Wars, Star Trek, 80s movies and can often be found singing along to country music. Dr. Raver lives in Sandy Hook with her two sons, two Bouvier des Flandres Bart & Wilbur, Shih Tzu mutt Turkey, and adorable chihuahua mix Rudy.
Dr. MacKay graduated from Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (Virginia Tech) in 2011 and has gained valuable experience practicing all along the East Coast. She also holds a Master’s Degree in Conservation Medicine, focusing on elephant and rhino conservation in sub-Saharan Africa. This has allowed her to be a part of some interesting African conservation efforts. Dr. MacKay has been in the companion animal field for over 25 years. Dr. MacKay settled in Connecticut in 2015 where she lives with her husband and their many furry “children”.