We are a full service veterinary & rehabilitation hospital that welcomes nearly all pet patients. From those in need of routine exams to sick visits to physical therapy, we have the services to take care of your pet's needs. We even offer holistic and wellness options for your beloved companions!
Although we still do offer modern veterinary services. We also provide holistic and alternative modalities for your pet. From supplements for supportive and for certain pets, physical therapy as an alternate route for some surgeries.
Just as with people, pets need physical therapy as well! As a possible option to delay or avoid surgery or even for after surgery support, we can provide for your pet. Our location has an onsite underwater treadmill as well as other modalities to contribute to physical therapy.
Commonly referred to as Dr. J, he is a dedicated and brilliant veterinarian. He completed his D.V.M in 2004. He did his Masters in Dept. of Animal Science, University of Vermont. During his masters he did research work on the effects of vaccination on the immune status of neonates. His recommendations are very useful in the field. Dr JJ sharpened his skills using state of the art, cutting edge techniques. He is a well known and highly regarded veterinarian in the area. Through the years he developed a strong interest in canine rehabilitation and alternative medicine. He also developed expertise in performing stem cell therapies and offered those services to numerous clients with great success. He will soon have completed his CCRP certification. He is an avid reader and likes to spend his weekends with his dog Princess and his cute little son Bhavin and daughter Ditya. He has special interest in soft tissue surgeries, dermatology, exotics, cardiology and canine rehabilitation.
Dr. Dill graduated from College of Veterinary Science, Hyderabad, India in 2005. He did his Masters in Dept of Animal Sciences, Fort Valley State University, Georgia in 2011. His focus of research is on control of gastrointestinal nematodes in small ruminants by using sustainable, non-chemical and novel systems, he has published several publications in peer-reviewed journals and a chapter in Advances in parasitology Journal. His interests include internal medicine, exotics and soft tissue surgery. In his leisure time Dr. Dill loves traveling, reading and spending time with his family.
Dr. Jannette graduated from The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. In her leisure time, she enjoys spending it with her 2 children.
Dr. Brandon Reines always loved animals and wanted to be a veterinarian. As a lifelong Massachusetts resident, Dr. Reines attended Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. He was also trained in immunology at the National lnstitutes of Health and regenerative medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. He loves challenging medical cases and says the key to success in treatment is to give him constant feedback. "Call me and give me an update every day or so until we get your pet better," Dr. Reines says. "That's what I'm here for."
Jayne started on her path towards veterinary care at the age of 18 working as a kennel technician, which ignited her love for animals. She graduated from Median School of Allied Health Careers in 1993. Her externship was done at the University of Pittsburgh, which led to work in research for 6 years with a multitude of different species including: pigs, sheep, primates, rabbits, & rodents. At that point she took some time off to spend with her two sons. Jayne then turned her career to focus on companion animals. She believes every pet should be treated as a member of the family. Her passion for helping parents keep their multi-legged children healthy is flamed by engaging with clients and educating them. Currently she is perusing her certification in grooming to add to her list of experience.
On her time away from the hospital setting, Jayne enjoys roller skating and time outdoors. She greatly values the time she spends with her family and friends, including her own four-legged children, Kya, Raeden and Destiny Blue.
Nancy earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Chatham University, She has worked as a licensed Physical Therapist for nearly two decades. In 2017, her love of animals led her to begin providing rehabilitative work with canines using a customized combination of therapeutic methods that deliver highly effective, compassionate care to the animals she treats. Nancy’s lively and loving household includes four daughters, five dogs and two cats.