Dr. Madeleine Hoog-Crellin
Dr. Mady is a 2007 graduate of the University of Vermont with a BS in Animal Sciences where she participated on the Dressage Team and Volleyball Team. In 2011 she graduated Iowa State University College of Veterinary medicine and was an active participant in the ISU Feral Cat Alliance and the Holistic club.
Dr. Mady specializes in Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Holistic medicine and has interests in homeopathy, Chinese herbs, and physical therapy. She completed the veterinary spinal manipulation course at the the Healing Oasis in Wisconsin in addition to completing the mixed animal acupuncture course at the Chi Institute in Florida. She lives in Canaan NY with her husband and daughter and continues to ride horses and play volleyball on a local team. Dr. Mady is fluent in French.
Dr. Michelle Looney
Michelle Looney is a native of Berkshire County. She grew up in Hancock, MA and attended school in New Lebanon, NY. The College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY was her stepping-stone into the University of Tennessee, College of Veterinary Medicine in Knoxville, TN. Following vet school she completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery with Oradell Animal Hospital in Oradell, NJ.
Before joining Pittsfield Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Looney practiced with Intown Veterinary Group located north of Boston for nine years. Intown is a group of hospitals that utilizes veterinary general practitioners, veterinary specialists and has an emphasis in emergency and critical care. Though she loved the Boston area and the Intown vet group, Dr. Looney is very happy to be home in the Berkshires and near her family. She enjoys emergency medicine and general practice, including exotic animal care. While her family is young, Dr. Looney intends to share her time between work and caring for her three beautiful children. She has two mixed breed dogs named Moses and Turtle and a Maine Coon cat who goes by Marlin. She loves hiking, racquetball and swimming.
Dr. Bridget Pope
I was Born and raised in Southern Vermont on a small horse farm. Since I can remember, I always loved animals and aspired to be a Veterinarian. I ambitiously chased that dream. I attended New Hampshire University where I obtained my B.S. in Pre Veterinary Medicine. After graduation I continued my academic career at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed my Clinical year at Cornell University School of Veterinary Medicine. I graduated in May of 2014 when I joined Pittsfield Veterinary Hospital as a full time associate and moved to the Berkshires with my Husband Spencer. I practice general small animal medicine with a special interest in soft tissue and orthopedic surgery. I love going to work and helping animals (and their people) feel better every day. Each and every day is unique as I continue to learn not only from various companion animals (of all species) but also from their owners. Other members of the family include Alexander, our 3 month old son, Indy, a 5-year-old Black- mouth Cur, Sammy, a 4-year-old boxer mix, and Wyatt, an 11-year-old English Lop eared rabbit.
Dr. John Reynolds - Owner and Chief of Staff
Dr. John Reynolds is the owner of the Pittsfield Veterinary Hospital & Shaker Hill Pet Resort, our
Medical Director for the Veterinary Hospital, full time Veterinarian in the hospital and Chief Maintenance Man for the facility. He has owned the Hospital since 1996, taking it from a solo practitioner hospital in the house by the road, to a seven vet hospital with pet resort in the big building up on the hill. As a veterinarian he is a general practitioner with special interests in ultrasound, emergency medicine and Pugs.
As a practice owner he enjoys guiding the staff through the growth of the hospital and resort and continues to look for ways to improve the care and services that the hospital provides. He can also be found changing light bulbs, unblocking drains and hanging pictures throughout the building.
Dr. Reynolds graduated for the New York College of Veterinary Medicine in 1989. Following graduation he completed a year internship program at the Oradell Animal Hospital in Oradell, NJ. During this program he worked with board certified internists and surgeons to learn about the practice of veterinary medicine. It was here that he also wetted his appetite for emergency medicine through the long hours of in house on call. Following the internship program he worked in different small animal hospitals in Syracuse, Western New York and Plattsburg, before moving to the Berkshires.
Dr. Reynolds is married to Valeri Reynolds, who works as the Bookkeeper for the hospital (see her bio). They live in Richmond with their three daughters Julia, Ceci and Sonali.
When Dr. Reynolds is not at the hospital or acting as a chauffer for the kids, he is at home with the kids, loves to make breakfast, build rock walls, dig ditches, cut grass and build things. He also has been very active in the Rotary Club of Pittsfield, acting as a board member and treasurer for the last three years. Currently he is chairman of the Animal Control Commission for the City of Pittsfield. This commission oversees the Animal Control Department of the City and helps to implement change. Finally, he is a big fan of the Berkshire Humane Society, performing many surgeries and services for them, as well as supporting their fund raising activities. Recently Dr. Reynolds has accepted a position on their Board of Directors.
DR. ELIZABETH KULIK
Dr. Kulik, a graduate of the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, joined the team at Pittsfield Veterinary Hospital in June 2016. Prior to veterinary school, Dr. Kulik obtained a B.A. in Sociology from Tufts University and worked at a nonprofit organization in Washington, DC for several years. A native of Worthington, MA, Dr. Kulik now lives in Hinsdale and is thrilled to be back at home in the Berkshires.
Dr. Kulik loves being a general practitioner because the wide variety of patients and medical concerns makes every day unique! She enjoys working with clients to meet their individual needs and the needs of their animal companions.
In her free time, Dr. Kulik enjoys sewing, kayaking, and observing wildlife. She and her partner Matt have two pets: a cat named Levon (pictured) and a dog named Tucker.