Our Team

 

Doctor/Owner

Dr. Linda Dulude established the Parsippany Troy-Hills Animal Hospital in 2007. She is a member of the AVMA & NJVMA. Born and raised in NJ, Dr. Dulude graduated from Rutgers University. She received her Veterinary degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998 and completed her clinical year at Washington State University.

Prior to earning her veterinary degree, Dr. Dulude enjoyed the sport of Harness Racing, in which she competed professionally from the age of 16. Dr. Dulude married her best friend in 2003. They have one son and nine rescue animals. She and her family are very active and enjoy camping, going to the beach & skiing. An avid sports fan, she is also passionate about the New York Giants and the New York Mets.

Dr. Dulude’s areas of interest are numerous but preventative medicine, dental care, and geriatric medicine are at the top of her list.

 

 

 

 

Nancy became part of the PTH Animal Hospital team in 2020 after years in the veterinary hospital management field and a robust career in marketing and advertising. Nancy has strong roots in the agriculture community in NJ and owned and operated a small sheep farm in Sussex County for many years. Her nature photography has earned her several awards and has been featured in several national and international publications.

In addition, Nancy enjoys romping in nature with her three dogs and expressing her creativity in fiber art using wool produced at her small farm in Sussex County NJ.

 

Practice Manager

 

Veterinary Technician

 

 

 

Bri joined the team in May of 2018. She is currently majoring in Chemistry in hopes of pursuing a Veterinary career. Bri’s passion has always been to help animals and she strives to learn as much as possible with Dr. Dulude as her mentor. In her spare time she likes to work out in the gym, karaoke, go hiking & spoil her two rescue kitties: Belle and Bennie.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Receptionist

 

Amy graduated from Delaware Valley University where she majored in Conservation and Wildlife Management and was a minor in Criminal Justice. Amy has worked at various zoos around the country and focused on the dietary needs of the animals. She enjoys various activities in her free time including art, baking and spending time with her rescue pup Matilda.

 

 

 

 

 

We are working on the rest of the teams bio! Sit tight!