Claudia Casavecchia, DVM

“My mom recalls me as a child growing up in Bay Shore, NY always intrigued by animals. I wanted to know how to care for the sick and injured animals. I was very lucky to have been able to attend Cornell University‚Äôs College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and then be accepted to their College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 1989.”

Dr. Casavecchia’s foundation of always being curious and questioning everything helped her to become the great veterinarian she is today. She uses everything she learned working with both small and large animals to be able to teach the staff at the hospital and the pet owners that entrust her with the care of their special companions. Veterinary medicine continues to be challenging and ever-changing which gives her to constantly learn and grow.

Dr. Casavecchia is a member of AAHA, AVMA, PVMA, AAFP and participates in the WTA well-managed practice group. She served on the board of the PSPCA for over 8 years. She was recognized by the PVMA in 2005 for her dedication to the animal welfare community by receiving the Public Service Award of Merit. Her special interests including playing softball and field hockey, gardening and international travel.

Dr Eric Wallis, DVM

Dr. Wallis grew up in Carbondale, PA. Dr. Wallis’ family owns a restaurant, so with the service industry in his blood, he has always enjoyed talking with people from different backgrounds and making people happy.

Dr. Wallis completed his undergraduate studies at Purdue University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science in 2016 and went to Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated this year.

Dr. Wallis just recently adopted a cat.

Here’s a quote of why Dr. Wallis decided he wanted to be in the Veterinary field, “I knew I wanted to be a veterinarian since I was very young. I always wanted to give a voice to animals and I love having the opportunity to make their lives as safe and healthy as possible.”