Dr.Jonathan Leach V.M.D.
Dr. Leach’s practice has a commitment to provide quality veterinary care throughout the life of your companion. He has built a team of skilled veterinarians who offer a diverse set of services and special interests so that we can help your pet live the longest, healthiest life possible.
Dr. Leach’s family holds a legacy of keeping animal companions healthy since 1933 when his father began his practice as the first veterinarian on Cape Cod. While observing his father throughout childhood, Dr. Leach nurtured a natural talent and his love for vet medicine. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University for his undergraduate degree. Then he studied reproductive physiology at the University of Massachusetts before attending the University of Pennsylvania, where he earned his VMD. Since then he has gained both clinical expertise in a hospital setting and field experience at racetracks, even serving as a veterinarian for a Kentucky Derby horse in 1984. He loves treating all conditions, but his special interests include cruciate surgery, chronic ear conditions, and lameness in geriatric patients. Dr. Leach has practiced both equine and small animal medicine for three decades and is very proud to offer quality care from a family practice on Cape Cod. He now lives in Marstons Mills with his family and pets, all of whom have a unique role in helping to develop and operate Leach Animal Hospital.
Dr. Brianna Gilman studied animal science at the University of Rhode Island and then earned her doctorate in veterinary medicine at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. Outside of our veterinary practice, Dr. Gilman also specializes in MagnaWave treatments. Magnawave machines create a pulsed electomagnetic field (PEMF) which is an alternative treatment to reduce inflammation and create other positive impacts on the animal body. Dr. Gilman is also an accomplished equestrian and also is a dog mom to two rescued pit bulls.
Dr. Khodakhah earned her undergraduate degree at Rutgers University and completed her veterinary doctorate at University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. At our office, Dr. Khodakhah is especially interested in preventative medicine to keep your pets healthy as well as managing older pet diseases. In addition to her routine veterinary duties, Dr. K, as we like to call her, has dedicated her life to offering her vet skills to underserved communities, both in the United States as well as internationally. She frequently makes trips to help in spay and neuter clinics and provide life-saving resources to animals in need all around the globe. Dr. K also serves as a mentor to others in the veterinary field, providing support, encouragement, and career advice to advance the field of medicine!