Vista Veterinary Team

About Us

Pet Care Starts With A Dedication to Quality

Dr. Todd Seideman and Dr. Lauralyn Dyer are the husband and wife team that are proud to bring their years of experience and passion for animal care to every patient at Vista Veterinary Hospital. They use their vast knowledge and combined skills to improve the lives of every pet they treat, and set owners up for proper at-home care. They want pet owners to feel confident coming to them with any questions and be heard and valued.

Dr. Seideman and Dr. Dyer 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. The entire team’s dedication to continued education ensures that you spend many happy moments with your pets. When they’re not busy running their family-owned practice, Todd and Lauralyn enjoy spending time with their beloved dogs and cats.

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Dr. Todd Seideman, DVM


Dr. Todd Seideman earned his first degree in biology from the University of Arizona, 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 utilize the evolving technology his field has to offer, and his special interests are internal medicine and ultrasonography.

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Dr. Lauralyn Dyer, MS, DVM


Originally from New Jersey, Dr. Lauralyn Dyer went to college at the University of New Hampshire. After obtaining her BS, Dr. Dyer studied marine ecology in graduate school, receiving her MS. Her passion for animal care saw her graduate from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2014.

Channeling her enthusiasm for anatomy and physiology, Dr. Dyer held a professorship at Mount Ida College’s veterinary technician program. She 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.

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Dr. Jessamyn Kennedy, DVM

Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Jessamyn Kennedy graduated from Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in 2008, and went on to complete an equine internship with Ohio State University.  She has many years in veterinary medicine practicing with a large variety of species- horses, farm animals, dogs and cats- even exotics, chickens, and bees.

Dr. Kennedy is very passionate about wellness care, particularly in looking at food as medicine- the way we affect our pet’s body chemistry every single day.  She is especially interested in Surgery, GI diseases and Feline medicine. Even before veterinary school, Dr. Kennedy believed in the wonderful cooperation of both “conventional” and “alternative” medicine in order to have a full tool bag, creating may options for the best treatment of every pet. She is a long time practitioner of Trigger Point Myotherapy, and a proponent of multi-modal pain control.

Dr. Kennedy lives with her family and her cats, Pan, Annie, Grumbalina, and Mr. Jiggs. In her spare time, she spends a lot of time in the woods and on the water, enjoying the natural beauty of the South Shore, and loves to knit, crochet and sew.

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Practice Manager

Born and raised in Plymouth, Cory 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 happy to manage Vista Veterinary Hospital.

Cory went to school for Biology, then quickly sat for the NVTE to obtain her CVT. In 2014, she traveled to Belize to teach continuing education classes. Cory 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 at the ball field and a menagerie of pets. She is currently attending University of Charleston to earn her BA in Business Leadership.

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In Loving Memory of

Sami Leigh Perra