Meet The Team

A Trustworthy Team Of Vets In Falmouth

Dr. Todd Seideman and Dr. Lauralyn Dyer are the husband-and-wife team that’s proud to bring their years of experience and passion for animal care to every single appointment at Vista Veterinary Hospital. They use their vast knowledge and combined skill set to improve the lives of every pet they see, and set owners up for success while they’re at it. As animal doctors, they know that treating pets is just part of the equation. They want owners to feel like they are a part of the process and that they have all of the information they need as caregivers.

As a family with pets themselves, Dr. Seideman and Dr. Dyer treat clients just as they would want to be treated. They believe that taking the time to break things down for their clients is the best way to address concerns and build trust. They want pet owners to feel confident coming to them with their questions because they’ll feel heard and valued. Dr. Seideman and Dr. Dyer also show their dedication to animal care by ensuring that their Falmouth vet clinic is equipped with the technology they need to give animals the very best care. Each doctor’s dedication to continued education is just another way that these animal doctors promote happy, healthier lives for pets. When they’re not busy running their family-owned practice, each enjoys spending time with their beloved dogs and cats.

Todd Seideman,DVM and Laralyn Dyer, DVM
Dr. Seideman

Todd Seideman, DVM

Dr. Todd Seideman took a very different path to becoming a veterinarian and to opening Vista Veterinary Hospital. He earned his first degree in biology from the University of Arizona. From there, he worked in the IT industry for several years before realizing he wanted to return to school to follow his dream of treating animals and in 2011 he earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Seideman then worked in emergency medicine for three years before transitioning to general practice settings. His background has given him a vast amount of knowledge and appreciation for the time it truly takes to treat animals properly. Dr. Seideman continues to be fascinated by the evolving technology his field has to offer, and his special interests are internal medicine and ultrasonography.

Dr. Dyer

Lauralyn Dyer, MS, DVM

Dr. Lauralyn Dyer has been intrigued by animals from as early as she can remember and has deeply cared for the cats and dogs in her home throughout her life. She is originally from New Jersey but went to college at the University of New Hampshire and easily fell in love with New England. After obtaining her BS, Dr. Dyer studied marine ecology in graduate school, receiving her MS also from UNH, however, veterinary medicine was always in the back of her mind and she decided to follow her passion for animal care graduating from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2014.

Subsequently, along her path Dr. Dyer channeled her enthusiasm for anatomy and physiology into a professorship at Mount Ida College’s veterinary technician program. Dr. Dyer uses these teaching skills daily in educating both clients and staff in all of the fascinating details of veterinary medicine. She enjoys the diversity of the profession and working in collaboration with pet owners toward the goals they have for their pet’s care.

Vista Veterinary Hospital - Corinne

Corinne, Practice Manager

Corinne has had a love for animals and medicine ever since she was a child. Born and raised in Plymouth, she started working in Veterinary Medicine right after high school, starting out in Reception and working her way up to being a Veterinary Technician. She is now excited to manage Vista Veterinary Hospital.

Corinne went to school to obtain her BA In Biology, then quickly sat for the NVTE to obtain her CVT. In 2014, she traveled to Belize to teach continuing education classes. Corinne has worked with all small mammals, along with exotics and wildlife. When she is not here at the hospital, she loves spending time with her two children and a menagerie of pets.

Corinne loves client education and spending the time getting to know each pet and their owners, and what works best for them as a family. Her other passion is Dentistry, with hopes to obtain her VTS in Dentistry in the future.

Sami

Sami, Veterinary Technician

Sami was born and raised in Falmouth and has had a love for animals ever since she was young. During high school she started working at a dog daycare and boarding facility and knew then that she wanted to continue in a career working with animals. After graduating high school in 2013 and completing a veterinary assistant course, her journey working in the veterinary field began. Sami brings to us a wealth of knowledge in specialty surgery where she worked for four years as a surgical nurse, but would like to continue to learn and grow even more by going back to school to become a CVT and expanding her general practice knowledge.

When she’s not working, Sami enjoys spending time with my family and dogs, Nova and Layla.

Rheachel

Rheachel, Receptionist

Rheachel was practically born into the pet industry and animal care world by helping her mother hand feed and handle over 200 birds kept in their home in Wareham at the young age of 3 or 4. She was also always by her parents side with taking care of a wide variety of small animals and exotics at their family owned pet store in the early 2000’s. She loved being a part of these animals lives so much that she went on to the Vet Tech program at Mount Ida College and attended a Veterinary Assistant course at Massasoit Community College. The opportunity to fulfill her passion for animals never came to fruition, and eventually she moved on to the customer service field and into an office admin role, where she enjoyed working for three years at her desk, with a smile. Rheachel takes pride in giving pet owners a great experience by putting both worlds together.

In her free time, Rheachel enjoys taking care of her many terrariums, a koi pond and other fish tanks. She also loves playing with her cat Oreo, who would clearly much rather be on the floor chasing a rubber band.

Every Pet Deserves A Long, Happy Life

Comprehensive veterinary care to help make it happen.

Dr. Seideman’s Education

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
  • Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Arizona

Dr. Dyer’s Education

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
  • Master’s degree in Zoology from the University of New Hampshire
  • Bachelor of Science degree from the University of New Hampshire