Dr. Ryan D. Canales, MVB, Owner
Dr. Ryan Canales grew up in Rutland, Vermont. He founded Long Trail Veterinary Center with his wife in July 2012. Dr. Canales truly enjoys the vast diversity involved in the veterinary profession. "No matter how many years you're in practice, every day brings a new rewarding challenge," Dr. Canales says. He finds nothing more rewarding than seeing appreciative clients leave happy and healthy. "Our mission here is to provide the safest, most current knowledge for your family to make the best decision for your pet that fits into your lifestyle," Dr. Canales says.
Dr. Canales earned his undergraduate degree in Biology (with a minor in Chemistry) from Castleton State College. He was awarded his veterinary medical degree, with Honors, from the University College of Dublin School of Veterinary Medicine, a constituent of the National University of Ireland. Dr. Canales is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Society for Theriogenology (the science of animal reproduction) and the Vermont Medical Association. He is USDA-Accredited and certified in advanced reproduction and breeding technology and techniques. Since childhood, Dr. Canales' passion has been training and working with all breeds of working dogs. He is a licensed AKC Beagle Field Trial and American Field Trial Judge for pointing dogs.
Dr. Canales and his wife reside in Williston with their 3 English Setters. Outside of the practice, Dr. Canales' interests include participating in triathlons, skiing, mountaineering, training and judging bird dogs and beagles, and spending time on the trails with family and friends.
Dr. Jacqueline Webb, DVM
Dr. Jacqueline Webb grew up in Central Massachusetts. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science with a Business Minor from Cornell University in 2015. Returning home to Massachusetts, she attained her degree as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in 2019.
Dr. Webb has been passionate about veterinary medicine since childhood. She began working in small animal practice as an assistant and eventually a technician throughout high school, college, and veterinary school, and is excited to take the next step in her career as a member of the Long Trail Veterinary Center team. She enjoys all aspects of primary care, with a particular passion for soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, and building lasting relationships with clients and their pets.
Outside of veterinary medicine, Dr. Webb’s interests include skiing, hiking, horseback riding, travel, and spending time with friends and family. She is thrilled to make the Burlington area her home while providing compassionate and skilled care to the community.