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Dr. Nicole Bobadilla

Dr. Bobadilla is a dedicated veterinarian with a passion for animal healthcare and welfare. She earned her Undergraduate degree in Animal Biology from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. She then received her DVM from Ross University and finished her clinical year at Tufts University in Grafton, MA in 2017.


In February 2022, Dr. Bobadilla fulfilled her lifelong dream and is now the owner of Rutland Veterinary Clinic. She is excited to provide high-quality care to the animals in her community and to develop long term relationships with her patients and their owners.

Dr. Bobadilla loves spending time with her cat Sockys and enjoys traveling, playing tennis, and outdoor activities.

Dr. Katie Cox

Dr. Katie Cox

Dr. Cox is originally from Indianapolis, IN. She attended Purdue University for her undergraduate degree and the University of Florida for veterinary school. While in Florida, she met her partner Brad, who is also from Indiana! While he finished up his PhD, she worked in Florida for a year doing emergency and general medicine. She then moved to Connecticut for a year and worked in general practice while learning a bit of rabbit medicine and has now relocated to Massachusetts.

Dr. Cox is most passionate about feline medicine but loves all animals. She is Fear Free Certified, as well as a Feline Friendly Certified Practitioner.

In her free time, Dr. Cox likes to read fantasy and thriller novels, go indoor rock climbing,  play Dungeons and Dragons, and hang out with her kitty cat clan!


Dr. Deborah Klingener

Dr. Klingener graduated from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1985.


Dr. Klingener  has for many years worked as an associate in three veterinary practices and brings a wealth of wisdom and varied treatment options to Rutland Veterinary Clinic.

Support Staff

We are proud of our veterinary technicians, assistants, and client service representatives.

They have all worked for many years at Rutland Veterinary Clinic and are truly what make it a special place. It is their compassion and hard work that keep the patients and their owners comfortable at the clinic.

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