Jenni Tudini DVM, MRCVS
Owner & Lead Veterinarian
Dr. Tudini graduated in 2007 with a Degree in Veterinary Medicine from St George’s University, Grenada, West Indies. She then went on to successfully achieve certification through the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in the UK and was a small animal veterinarian in England before moving to New York State in 2009. Since moving to WNY, Dr. Tudini has been practicing small animal veterinary medicine in the Buffalo area and most recently became certified as a Fear-Free Practitioner in 2018.
Dr. Tudini has always had a particular interest in Internal Medicine with a focus on Endocrinology and Gastroenterology. She also enjoys soft tissue surgery and has received further training in the use of Endoscopy for both diagnostic and treatment purposes. It is her passion however for providing honest, trustworthy and dedicated care to her patients and clients that has ultimately become the driving force behind founding WNY’s first full service mobile veterinary practice.
Dr. Tudini strives to help clients understand all aspects of their pet’s health and well-being, whether that be in regard to preventative care, medical concerns or the subsequent treatment they receive. Providing a mobile veterinary service right within the calm of the patient’s home and in a one-one setting is pivotal to achieving this goal.
Dr. Tudini is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Although the majority of her patients comprise of cats and dogs, she also enjoys managing the health care needs of small mammal companions including rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets. When she isn’t at the hospital, she shares family life with her husband and three children living life on their small farm.
Jim Tudini DVM
Dr. Tudini graduated in 2008 with a Degree in Veterinary Medicine from St George’s University, Grenada, West Indies. Dr. Tudini has been practicing small animal veterinary medicine in the Buffalo area for the past 10 years since his graduation. For the past 4 years he has been practicing exclusively emergency medicine at a local emergency hospital.
Dr. Tudini is passionate about emergency medicine and orthopedic surgery but has the same shared focus for how important retaining quality of care for individual clients and patients is in today’s fast paced world. His goals are always to practice in a manner that creates trust and confidence in the client/patient relationship.
Dr. Tudini will be available for surgical consultations and orthopedic surgeries for both clients of Fetch the Vet MVP and on a referral basis by appointment only. Wellness appointments at this time will be by request only.
Dr. Tudini is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and New York Veterinary Medical Society. In his time outside of the veterinary hospital he can be found enjoying family life and tending to his bee hives.
Holly Guenther DVM
Dr. Guenther grew up in North Tonawanda and she attended SUNY Geneseo for her undergraduate studies. She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. After veterinary school, Dr. Guenther completed a 1-year small animal internship with Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Service in Rochester NY. She then worked in small animal general practice in both Rochester and locally for the past 8 years before joining us at Fetch the Vet.
Dr. Guenthers’ professional interests include dentistry, soft tissue surgery and emergency medicine. She is dedicated to providing her patients the highest quality care, and strives to treat them all with kindness and compassion as if they were her own. She is very excited to join our practice where she can provide this high standard of care, while in the low stress environment and comfort of the patients home.
Dr. Guenther has a Cattle Dog mix named Sayuri, a Chihuahua named Chick Pea, and a cat named Mac. During her free time, she enjoys reading, yoga, and spending time with her family, which includes her husband Adam and 2 sons.
Sara Huckabone DVM, CVA
Dr. Huckabone was born and raised in Kenmore, NY. She obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Sciences from Wellesley College in 2006. After college, she moved to CA to teach outdoor education. She also spent time working with a variety of animals at the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife in Florida and leading backpacking trips throughout Yosemite. She graduated from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013 and earned her acupuncture certification from the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS) in 2015. She believes that all patients can benefit from an integrated approach to healing.
In the Fall of 2022, after 9 year in general practice in California, Dr. Huckabone and her family decided to make the move back to Western NY. When she is not practicing medicine she enjoys spending time with her husband and two young children, exploring East Aurora and the surrounding area, and throwing pottery.
Noah Seward, DVM
Dr. Seward grew up on a small dairy farm in the rural town of Basom, New York, where he and his family cared for many animals, including dairy and beef cattle, sheep, goats, horses, dogs, and cats. Noah completed his undergraduate studies at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, New York where he majored in biology, minored in chemistry, and played football for four years as a tight end. Noah then attended Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine where he obtained his DVM degree in 2017 and was awarded the Horace K. White Prize. This award recognizes the veterinary student with the highest academic record during their training and is an incredible achievement!
After graduating, Noah practiced in Western New York as a large animal veterinarian, with some laboratory and exotic animal medicine sprinkled in. One of Noah’s passions is teaching, so he was able to spend two semesters teaching part time at two colleges in the Rochester area. Veterinary medicine provides endless opportunities and he has been blessed to have worked with a wide variety of species, and to have met so many amazing animals and people throughout his career so far.
Dr. Seward is excited to focus more on small animal medicine, especially pertaining to preventative care, dermatology, and geriatric medicine. He also hopes to be able to help some small ruminant and other hobby farm animals along the way. Noah is always trying to learn more and research the newest findings and advances in veterinary medicine. He truly believes in trying to learn something new each day, which he can then utilize in order to treat and care for his patients.
Outside of veterinary medicine, Noah loves spending time with his wife, Niki, son, Paxton, daughter, Lilah, and their two rescue dogs, Lucy and Rosie. You can usually find him outside landscaping, hiking, and spending time with family and friends. Noah is an absolute sports fanatic and die-hard Buffalo Bills fan, with aspirations to become a season-ticket holder one day.
Kelli Fay LVT
Practice Manager & Licensed Veterinary Technician
Kelli is a licensed veterinary technician with over 20 years of clinical experience, having graduated in 2002 from the Northern College of Applied Arts and Technology in Ontario, Canada. Having grown up in a small town outside of Hamilton, Canada she worked in a mixed animal practice in Ontario immediately following graduation, before moving to Buffalo in 2010.
Over the past 10 years she has been working locally at a busy multi-doctor hospital where she excelled both as a veterinary technician, but also took on increased responsibility as inventory manager and most recently acted as their lead assistant.
Kelli strives to make each client and patient feel special and comfortable when caring for them. As part of this goal she spearheaded instituting ‘Bravery Certificates’ for patients that were undergoing surgical or in hospital care. It is because of her desire to provide this high quality care and dedication, alongside the initiative to go above and beyond for the clients and patients that she comes into contact with, that we are thrilled to have her become part of our team.
Kelli moved back to Canada earlier this year to be closer to family, but missed us all so much that she came back just a couple of months later and now commutes twice a week to us! The feelings were mutual and she was promoted to the position of Practice Manager for both Fetch the Vet M.V.P and our sister hospital East Aurora Veterinary Hospital. She is advancing her knowledge in practice management and is working hard behind the scenes in addition to her active role as one of our veterinary technicians on a day to day basis.
Leigh Ann Carrasquillo LVT
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Leigh Ann is a licensed veterinary technician with 20 years of clinical experience, having graduated from Medaille College, Buffalo in 2003. She takes pride in striving to communicate and interact in a compassionate way both with clients and their pets. In recent years, it has become of utmost importance to her to find the least stressful way to achieve a goal for the patient she is taking care of. This led to her becoming Fear Free Certified in 2018.
Leigh Ann enjoys all aspects of her position as veterinary technician and the variety of challenges it brings on a daily basis. She is eager to now bring those skills and experience right to the clients’ home within the mobile veterinary practice setting.
When at home, her time is spent with her husband, family and young son. She is an avid scrapbooker and enjoys camping. She has an Italian Greyhound named Mya and a cat called Stedman.
Meghan Hughes LVT
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Meghan is one of our experienced licensed veterinary technicians who shares her time between both Fetch the Vet M.V.P and our sister hospital East Aurora Veterinary Hospital. Throughout her career as a veterinary technician, she has continued to appreciate and honor the trust placed in her by the patients under her care and for the people that love them. As a veterinary technician, she surrounds herself with others that will do the same for the animals and owners. She strives to be the bridge of communication between veterinarians and clients.