Our Veterinary Staff
Buffalo Companion Animal Clinic is proud to serve the Buffalo, MN area for everything pet related. Our veterinary clinic is run by licensed, experienced veterinarians.
Our team is committed to educating our clients in how to keep your pets healthy year round, with good nutrition and exercise. Buffalo Companion Animal Clinic stays on top of the latest advances in veterinarian technology and above all, remembers that all animals and pets need to be treated with loving care in every check-up, procedure, or surgery.
John Merz, DVM, Practice Co-Owner
Ron Moore, DVM, Practice Co-Owner
Dr. Moore appreciates the support of Buffalo and the surrounding communities and continues to enjoy meeting new people and their pets and hearing their pet stories. It has become evident to him over the years that positive relationships between animals and people improves the health and well-being of both and he is thankful to be part of that process.
He lives in an old house in Buffalo with his wife, Carol, and their recent new addition, Millie, the “Texas Terrier”! When he isn't at the clinic he enjoys spending time with family and friends and their furry friends. In addition, he enjoys traveling and the outdoors.
Ashley E. Mattson, DVM, Practice Co-Owner
Dr. Mattson has a strong interest in internal medicine, especially for felines. She enjoys educating clients about disease processes in their companion animals. Dr. Mattson understands that client education and communication about a companion animal can strengthen the human-animal bond and ensure the best healing of a sick animal.
When not at the clinic, Dr. Mattson enjoys spending time in the outdoors hunting and fishing with her husband and their two young sons. In addition to her sons, she shares her home with two labradors, Rosie and Roger, and two cats, Maple and Fischer.
Alyssa Erlandson, DVM, Practice Co-Owner, Certified In Veterinary Acupuncture, Certified Cat Friendly Veterinarian
Dr. Erlandson is also certified in veterinary acupuncture. She received her training from the Chi Institute in Florida in 2005. Acupuncture is an exciting alternative therapy that can be used as a solo treatment or in conjunction with an established care plan. It is effective in the treatment of many diseases, including arthritis and other causes of chronic pain, back disease, urinary incontinence, seizures, and chronic GI disease.
Dr. Erlandson and her husband are kept busy with their son and twin daughters. They share their home with their two cats, Percy and Snitch, and horses, Tonks and Freya. Dr. Erlandson enjoys reading, horseback riding and cheering her kids on at their various activities.
Dr. Katherine Seliski, DVM
Dr. Seliski enjoys many aspects of veterinary medicine, but her special interest include dentistry, preventative medicine, and feline medicine. She enjoys getting to know her clients and their furry friends so that together they can provide the best care possible for their beloved pets.
When she is not at BCAC, Dr. Seliski is busy at home or school with her three young boys. She shares a home with two cats, Wembley and Toby, as well as her sister's eight pet goats.
Dr. Alison Millis, DVM
Dr. Millis’ veterinary interests include surgery, dentistry, preventative medicine, and zoonotic diseases. She enjoys building relationships with clients because a united veterinarian-client team provides the best possible care to our furry family members.
Outside of the clinic, Dr. Millis enjoys reading, baking, being outdoors, and spending time with her family which includes her husband, daughter, and two cats named Nubbs and Phantom.