Michael Aromando D.V.M., M.S.
Michael C. Aromando DVM, MS was born in Livingston, NJ. He is a 1978 graduate of Livingston High School and spent most of his youth raising Thoroughbred horses on the family farm, near Lake Placid, NY. Here he learned to love and appreciate the equine athlete. In 1982, he graduated from the New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science followed by his Master of Science in Physiology in 1988. He earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University in 1989. Dr. Aromando has been practicing veterinary medicine since then, initially working in the southern tip of New York. He moved back to NJ in 1995 to establish Town & Country Veterinary Service. In his spare time Dr. Aromando enjoys fishing the Saranac and Salmon Rivers in Upstate NY. He also likes to horseback ride on local trails and travel to historic locations such as Gettysburg, PA. When not working, Dr. Aromando operates his ‘gentlemen’s farm’ in Chester, NJ where an assortment of animals are raised.
Kimberly M. Guyer D.V.M.
Dr. Kimberly Guyer is a native of Northborough, MA who grew up owning and competing horses since the age of six in multiple disciplines (western pleasure, eventing, dressage). She received her DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2013 and then completed a one year rotating internship. The internship specialized in equine sports medicine and internal medicine with the Massachusetts Equine Clinic and the Large Animal Medicine Service at Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Guyer enjoys working with horses as well as small ruminants, pet pigs, and camelids. Her veterinary interests include internal medicine, reproduction, preventative care (dentistry, nutrition, herd wellness) and sports medicine. In her free time, she likes traveling, spending time at the barn with her two horses, or hiking/trail running with her two dogs from the Caribbean. Dr. Guyer is thrilled to be joining Dr. Aromando at Town & Country and is looking forward to working with all the clients and their animals!
Brianna Tummino, Office Manager
Brianna is a graduate of Montclair State University with a degree in Fine Art, and is certified as a dog obedience trainer. Joining the staff at TCVS in 2006, she has assisted on the road with the doctors, and is now manages the office. Brianna has enjoyed the farm life, raising Angora goats at home and horse keeping. She is an avid crocheter and likes to hike and trail ride in her free time.
Caitlin is a 2011 graduate from Delaware Valley University where she majored in Conservation and Wildlife Management. She has been surrounded by animals her entire life and felt an animal career was logical. She has her permit to rehabilitate mammalian wildlife in the state of New Jersey. Caitlin enjoys teaching; she spent many years as an instructor for local after-school art programs and has worked at various facilities including the Turtle Back Zoo as their Outreach Coordinator. Her hobbies include drawing,and playing video games.
Kimberly Sasso, CVT
Kim externed at TCVS while attending County College of Morris for Animal Control Certification and Bergen County Community College, graduating with Certification in Veterinary Technology. Kim joined the staff in 2010. When on breaks from school, she would visit family in Massachusetts. With her aunt, she would rescue and rehabilitate seals, sea turtles, and harbor porpoises for the aquarium. Kim enjoys horseback riding, reading, bicycling, hiking, fishing, and developing artistic creations.