Jeannie graduated from Purdue University in 1994 where she obtained an A.A.S. in Veterinary Technical Studies. Jeannie completed her training and got her certification in Canine Rehabilitation in December of 2011. She shares her home with her husband Jason, two dogs – Moose and Jethro, and two cats – Herbie and Teka.
Arneda graduated in 1996 from Blue Ridge Community College in Virginia where she obtained her A.A.S. in Veterinary Technology. She worked in small animal hospital there for 11 years before moving back to Pennsylvania. She joined the staff as a certified veterinary technician at Schwenksville Vet in October 2007. She has a special interest in pet dentistry and senior pet care. She shares her house with her husband, their beautiful Bernese Mountain dog Isabella, and a deaf fluffy cat named White.
Miranda graduated Johnson College in 2015 and interned with Schwenksville Vet over the summer before becoming a member of our staff. She has been working in the small animal field since 2011. While attending college, Miranda rescued two pets; Antonio, a rabbit, and her terrier mix, Maggie. In her spare time, she enjoys anything that involves the outdoors, especially camping with her family.
Beth graduated from the Harcum College Veterinary Technology program in 1998. She joined Schwenksville Vet in 2016. She likes spending time with her husband, two children and her two cats: Minerva and Albus.
Sam graduated from Elizabethtown College in 2014 with a degree in Biological Sciences with a minor in Anthropology. She interned with Dr. Ross during her undergrad and decided to join the Schwenksville team permanently after graduating. She is currently enrolled at Harcum College to become a certified technician. Sam is a self-proclaimed nerd, and you will often see her in Disney or Marvel scrubs. Sam recently adopted a CH cat named Stevie, and lives with another CH cat named Scooter and a Labrador mix named Mika.
Lise graduated from Temple University with a degree in Radio-Television-Film. Her life-long love of music took her to Chicago, where she spent twelve years working in the music and banking industries. While in Illinois, Lise volunteered at a local animal shelter where she helped with their monthly low-cost vaccination clinic, fundraising, foster placement and adoptions. Lise moved back to Pennsylvania and completed her Veterinary Assistant program at Montgomery County Community College. Lise and her husband share their lives with four dogs; Iola, Oscar, Radar, and Jasper. She plans on continuing her education and training in the veterinary and marketing field