Marc A. Rosenberg, VMD is a 1971 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania school of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Marc has cared for the companion pets of southern New Jersey for the past 45 years. In addition to holding the position of Director of the Voorhees Veterinary Center, Doctor Rosenberg is a sitting member of the New Jersey Board of veterinary medical examiners.
Dr. Marc's numerous television and radio appearances have been heard and seen by millions of pet owners. Perhaps most notably, he hosted his own nationally seen PBS television series "People, Pets and Dr. Marc." His radio show Speaking About Pets aired weekly on Philadelphia's 1210 WCAU for eight years. Oprah Winfrey had Dr. Marc as a guest on her show to discuss the subject of dealing with the death of a family pet. He is the author of "Companion Animal Death and Pet Owner Grief", a publication that has comforted many grieving owners in their time of need.
Dr. Marc is past president of the South Jersey Veterinary Medical Association and the recipient of the University of Pennsylvania veterinary school's award of merit for outstanding contributions to veterinary medicine. He shares his home with his wife, their dogs Millie and Idgie and three cats Scooter , Orange Cat, and Mr. Burns.
Dr. Margaret “Maggie” McVeigh earned a BA from Beloit College in Wisconsin and her VMD from The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
Before coming to The Voorhees Veterinary Center she was the Co-Director of The Veterinary Technician Program at Manor Junior College in Pennsylvania. She also held positions as a staff veterinarian at The Bridgewater Veterinary Hospital in Pennsylvania and The Vet Co Veterinary Clinic in Tabernacle, New Jersey.
Dr. McVeigh has a particular interest in Veterinary Dentistry and has taken extensive post doctoral training in this area. She is responsible for encouraging the acquisition of The Voorhess Veterinary Center’s digital dental radiography equipment and state of the art dental technology.
Maggie has a personal interest in outdoor endeavors such as hiking and boating and has
had the opportunity to travel the globe.
She has four grown children and lives in Haddonfield with her husband and their dog, Gilly, and two cats, Jack and Harry.
James Stephen Mason, VMD is a graduate of Rutgers University and The University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School. He went on to post doctoral training as an intern at the Bergh Memorial Hospital in New York City and served a residency in medicine at The Animal Medical Center in Manhattan.
Dr. Mason owned a veterinary clinic in New York City before coming to the South Jersey area to practice. He is an excellent veterinary diagnostician and surgeon with a particular interest in break through therapies for the treatment of cancer in pet patients. He advocates the use of both holistic and mainstream protocols in the treatment of cancer in the cat and dog.
Steve Mason has lived in Africa and has traveled to South America and Europe in the pursuit of his passion for Argentine tango dancing.
He has been an integral member of The Voorhees Veterinary Center medical team for over fifteen years.
Caroline Garzotto VMD, DACVS is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine class of 1996.
Prior to veterinary school, she was a computer engineer working in Pittsburgh before she finally embarked on her dream to become a veterinarian.
After graduation from Penn, her interest in small animal surgery led her to an internship in a private practice in Connecticut, followed by a three year residency in small animal surgery at Tufts University and The Angell Memorial Hospital in Boston. After the residency she returned to her home state of New Jersey and spent a year as a lecturer at The Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital at The University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Garzotto became a Diplomate of The American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2001 and began working at a specialty practice for a few years before going back to the University of Pennsylvania in 2004. She is now an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Surgery at Penn where she runs both Soft Tissue and Orthopedic clinics and teaches veterinary students, interns and residents. Her special areas of interest include oncologic surgery and wound management.
She lives with her family in Haddonfield (husband, two daughters, one dog and three cats).
Her hobbies include fixing up her old house, gardening and walking the dog around town.
Dr. Jessica Schoell is a 2004 graduate of University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Her professional interests include diagnostic imaging, soft tissue surgery, and emergency medicine.
She started her veterinary career in a small animal practice where she received hands- on training caring for exotic pets. However, the siren song of emergency veterinary medicine was too strong to ignore and she moved into emergency care full time after two years of general practice. After a few years of really strange working hours, she decided that a better sleeping schedule and improved family time was more important, and made the transition back to general practice (doing emergency from time to time).
In her free time, Dr. Schoell enjoys making jewelry, quilting, playing with her small pack of dogs, and chasing her toddler around the house.
Dr. Rose graduated from The University of Vermont with a degree in animal science and then went on to earn her degree in veterinary medicine from the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University.
After veterinary school, she participated in a rotating internship in large animal medicine and surgery at The University of Tennessee. She then did a large animal surgery residency at The University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her master's degree.
After completing her residency, Dr. Rose practiced in mixed animal hospitals in Wisconsin and southern New Jersey before switching to small animal medicine and surgery.
Her professional interests include emergency medicine and surgery.
Outside of work, Dr. Rose lives with her four dogs (Dennis, Freeta, Ted and Honey Mustard) and three cats (Henry, Hannah, and Flash).
Her interests include Olympic weight lifting, wood working, cooking, gardening and spending time outdoors.
Dr. Jessica Kaplan earned a degree in animal science from Cornell University before continuing on at Cornell to earn her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. She then completed another year of vigorous training as an intern in veterinary medicine and surgery in southern California. After working in sunny California as a small animal veterinarian for several years, she returned to the East Coast to practice in Medford, NJ before joining the Voorhees Veterinary Center. Her professional interests include surgery, dermatology, and preventative medicine.
Dr. Kaplan's interests outside of work include running, tennis, spending time outdoors, playing piano. She has also recently taken up skiing. Dr. Kaplan lives in Philadelphia with her labradoodle, Molly and her cat, Oscar.
Dr. Renee Hanan is a 1997 graduate of The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Having grown up on the New Jersey shore, Dr. Hanan attended Boston University earning her BA in Italian Studies then a BS degree in Animal Science from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. After a career in social work assisting an aging Italian-speaking clientele in East Boston, Dr. Hanan completed an internship at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital prior to beginning her career in general practice. She has a special interest in internal medicine and geriatric pets, and loves working with clients and their pets to provide quality care with compassion. Dr. Hanan lives in Cherry Hill with her husband, four children and 3 chickens.
I am a graduate of Rowan University and the Business Administrator for the Voorhees Veterinary
Center since 1999.
I love my job. I am proud to
be in an environment where all the patients are treated as though they are our own and I am truly inspired by the medical practices and
quality standards employed by our staff. I appreciate the interaction I have with our clientele sharing stories about both our pets and human children and feel enriched by these relationships which have continued in many cases for years and years.
My coworkers are friends and family for whom I have the utmost respect and with whom I share wonderful times. We are a very caring,
knowledgable and diverse family at The Voorhees
Veterinary Center and this makes my job very enjoyable.
I am the Medical Administrator for the Voorhees Veterinary Center and have been here since 1992. Wow! That’s a long time.
I was trained as a Veterinary Assistant at the Animal Science program at Camden County College. I have worked in every facet of veterinary care at the Center. I am responsible for assisting our professional staff in surgery, dentistry, ultrasound procedures, and radiology. I participate in training and supervising our medical technician staff members as well as interfacing with our laboratory providers and drug representatives.
Currently I do not have any pets to brag about since my 2 kids keep my husband and me pretty busy. We look forward to adding some four legged friends to our family when the time is right.
I am a professional dog trainer, behaviorist and owner of the The Dog Training Company, LLC.
I am proud of my longstanding relationship with the Voorhees Veterinary Center that began over 26 years ago.
You can find me at the VVC teaching the popular Puppy Parenting seminar each month. I am also the VVC’s resident dog trainer and behavior consultant.
My husband and I share our home on the edge of the Pine Barrens with a flock of chickens and ducks, a parakeet and our 4 wonderful dogs including two Boxers, “MonkeyBean” and “JellyBean”, a JackRussell named
Sir-Squirts-a-lot, and “Riggs”, a Belgian Malinois who is a pet therapy dog.
Landscaping and bird watching are some of my favorite pass times, especially when a dog is by my side.
Originally from Wisconsin, I have worked with the
Voorhees Veterinary Center for almost 30 years.
Beside my devotion to humane endeavors and zeal for working with animals which I originally pursued as
an animal control officer, my passion for travel
inspired me to spend time in Egypt, Japan, New
Zealand, France, Italy, Mexico, a good bit of the UK, Germany and extensively throughout Canada and the United States. I soon hope to tour Lithuania.
I love Billie Holiday, Arthur Conan Doyle, art museums
and the occasional jitterbug.
I have a degree in
Business Development from Norwich University
and was previously the Director of Operations for
a large department store chain in Philadelphia and
Tri-State Director for a private company which
contracted with state and county governments to
curb public spending. I have also done some
consulting work with other veterinary clinics and
other private corporations in quality management
I am currently the Co-Director of our facility and am very proud to have had the opportunity to design and redesign our clinic
several times and create Dr. Marc's Animal Crackers.
I am a senior veterinary technician and have
worked at The Voorhees Veterinary Center for almost 20 years. I was trained as a human medical assistant, but find it so much more rewarding to use my medical expertise to assist pets. I have a remarkable memory for faces, names and pets and take extreme satisfaction in having helped literally thousands of animals and their owners
over the past decade. I live in Williamstowm with my two cats, Jackson and Kiwi.
I am a senior technician and have worked at The
Voorhees Veterinary Center since 1999.
As long as I can remember I was always nursing animals
back to health. In addition to my veterinary technical skills, I take personal satisfaction in being able to comfort pet owners and I am a busy humane advocate. I participate in fund raising for local shelters, do personal animal rescue work and am responsible for pet adoptions through our
hospital when we are fostering animals for
placement. Animals are a huge part of my life
which is why I love my job!
When I'm not working
I am busy at home with my husband, our daughter,
and our rescued dogs, Chevy and Julie.
I have been connected with the Voorhees Veterinary Center since 1999.
I am dog trainer with The Dog Training Company on weekends and during the summer.
I enjoy seeing all my friends at the Voorhees Veterinary Center when I instruct the Puppy Parenting seminars.
I am a graduate of Temple University where I earned a BA in Anthropology. I worked as an Archeologist for several years before entering the animal world.
In 2012, I graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a Masters in Early Education and am currently a 5th grade teacher.
I enjoy teaching both kids and dogs! I live on the edge of the Pine Barrens with my wife, Susan, and our pack of well-behaved dogs.
I live in Cherry Hill with my husband, Adam and daughter, Emma. We share our home with our wonderfully enthusiastic pup, Teel, named after the North Carolina Tarheels, and our chubby cat, Harley.
I have always wanted a career that helps animals. I am now living that dream by caring for thousands of our community’s pets and their families. I have been part of the Voorhees Veterinary family since 2005.
My passion is working with the doctors in surgery, managing critical care patients, and helping family members in choosing the best medical options for their loved ones. I have assisted Dr. Garzotto with her orthopedic surgeries and have learned so much from her outstanding work and comprehensive knowledge. I also love my part assisting in the medical practices and administrative functions of our hospital as well as caring for the equipment that allow us to do our jobs.
The Voorhees Veterinary Center is a special place because of the people who work here as well as the people who bring us their pets and allow us to watch their furry families grow year after year.
I am currently continuing my education in biochemistry at Drexel University where I hope to further my knowledge of veterinary medicine.
My passion outside of animals include Philadelphia sports. I am a season ticket holder for the Sixers and go to as many Eagles, Flyers, and Phillies games as possible.
I have a BS in Wildlife Conservation and
Environmental Science and have been with The Voorhees Veterinary Center for over 10 years.
I enjoy seeing the bonds people share with their animals. I would classify myself as a dog and a cat person and share my home with both.
I enjoy the clients and patients who visit our hospital and appreciate
working with people who share my compassion
and respect for animals.
Hi! I'm Nicole and I've been a veterinary nurse for over 20 years. My degree is in Animal Science because I've always had a very strong interest in companion pets.
I am married to the love of my life and best friend, Mike. I love spending time
with him and our family of animal friends, Burdon
(English Bulldog), Floyd (Domestic Short Hair cat),
Maynard (Boston Terrier) and Faraday (Domestic
Long Hair cat).
I love the passion people show for their animal family members and take great
satisfaction working with this medical team to keep these pets healthy.
I enjoy all animals, but
have a special spot in my heart for English Bulldogs.
Nothing says good morning like a lick on the face.
I have been a receptionist at the Voorhees Veterinary Center since June 2011.
I have recently earned my second Bachelor of Science from Thomas Jefferson University in Radiologic Sciences. Although my education will lead me to a career as a Radiation Therapist, I enjoy the time I have spent, and will continue to spend, working with the incredible Voorhees Veterinary staff.
Anyone who knows me knows that my joy in life comes from my two goofy Basset Hounds, Penny and Pumper. Their big floppy ears and unconditional love can make any bad day instantly better; unless of course one of them (Pumper) has eaten another rock.
I have twenty-eight years of experience as a manager and production specialist in the electronic print industry, however, my passion for assisting animals has led me to extensive volunteerism and a new career.
Since 2007 I have been the
Adoption Center Outreach Coordinator through
Camden County Animal Shelter bringing adoptable
animals closer to the public via the Voorhees
Veterinary Center, other retail establishments as
well as other public venues such as The Collingswood Farmer's Market to both educate the community and promote shelter adoption.
Over the years I developed an interest in the medical aspects of shelter care as I began to volunteer time assisting with the Spay Our Strays Program through the shelter and ultimately was
appointed The Medical Services Area Supervisor
at the monthly clinics.
One of my greatest
accomplishments is as Co-founder and Treasurer
of the Board of Directors of CSTAR, a local non-profit animal welfare organization which now hosts the Spay Our Strays clinics.
I became an employee of The Voorhees Veterinary Center several years ago, however, I have fostered close networking ties for shelter outreach with the hospital since 2007.
Hi! I'm Marissa and I have been working at The Voorhees Veterinary Center as technician since August 2012. I am currently a student in the veterinary technology program at Camden County College. I graduated from Bryn Mawr
College in 2011 and received my BA in
psychology. I have always been drawn to children
and animals, but decided my true passion was
to work with pets.
Some of my hobbies include
photography, music, and volunteering at the shelter.
Once a week my fellow volunteers and I run a
play group program for the dogs at the Camden
County Animal Shelter.
I'm fascinated by animal
behavior and one day would like to pursue this
further in my career.
I reside with my family, my
recently adopted pit bull, Louie, two shih tzus,
Sophia and Suzie, and a guinea pig named
I spend most of my career working full time in an emergency animal hospital setting and I am dedicated to the work I do there. In addition to my interest in emergency animal care and I have a fascination for specialties such as dermatology and internal medicine.
However, I also enjoy the opportunity to work at The Voorhees Veterinary Center which allows me to share knowledge with my team members in a primary care facility.
Additionally, I am a Certified Animal Control officer. Recently, I have started volunteering at Cedar run wildlife refuge which is very rewarding. I also have a small, enjoyable side business involving crochet which appeals to my creative side.
My husband and I have a full house with two dogs and four cats, but we find the time to take bike rides and do some road tripping along the east coast.
Veterinary medicine is very much a family setting and I feel very blessed to have the opportunity to love what I do for a living.
I have been working at The Voorhees Veterinary Center as a receptionist since August 2013.
I am currently a full time student studying Psychology at Rutgers University in Camden.
The Voorhees Veterinary Center has always been an important part of my life, when I was younger I never missed a chance to come to work with my aunts on take your child to work day.
When I am not assisting clients and their pets, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, reading, relaxing on the beach, and training for my first 5k.
I am a certified Veterinary Technician and have worked in the field for over twenty-five years. I joined the Voorhees Veterinary Center in 2013 as a senior technician and have since expanded my role as a supervisor and surgery technician as well as assisting our Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Garzotto and our Cardiologist Consultant, Dr. DeRose.
I enjoy the diverse and compassionate medical skills of our doctors and other medical staff as well as getting to know the families and furry friends who come in to see us.
Away from work is family time caring for our daughters.
I am currently a student in the Veterinary Technology program at Camden County College. I graduate in the Spring and I can’t wait to work with animals and their families full time! I have been an animal lover my whole life. Growing up, I had everything from dogs to hissing cockroaches. Needless to say, I love taking care of all animals!
When I’m not working, I spend a lot of time volunteering with the Camden County Animal Shelter, SOS- Spay Our Strays, and TAPS. I am also the student president of the CCC chapter of NAVTA.
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my husband, our three kids, and all our fur babies.
I'm currently a student at Rutgers New Brunswick studying Pre-Veterinary Medicine.
I started out in the animal-based field as a high school student volunteering at an animal shelter, but now I work with animals all shapes at a farm in addition to being a technician and raising Seeing Eye puppies.
I love going in to work every day at Voorhees Veterinary Center and developing close bonds with not only the animals I see but their owners as well.
I live with my rescued 10 year old Italian Greyhound and am expecting my first seeing eye puppy, a male German Shepard.
Hi, my name is Lauren and I've been a veterinary technician at Voorhees Veterinary Center since October 2015.
I am currently a student at The Camden County College Veterinary Technician Program. I enjoy working at Voorhees Veterinary Center because it has given me the opportunity to use what I learn in the classroom in a clinical setting.
Additionally, I am surrounded by people with years and years of experience so I learn new skills every day.
I spend most of my free time with my Pit bull, Mia, and my Jack Russell Terrier, Bailey.
Hello! I am a student at Camden County College and I am majoring in Veterinary Technology.
I started working at Voorhees Veterinary Center in June of 2015. Working here I have learned new skills and have gained great clinical experience for becoming a Certified Veterinary Technician.
During my free time, I enjoy exercising and spending time with my family and friends. I have a cat named Whiskers and two Shih Tzus named Rocky and Charlie that I adore very much.
I enjoy providing quality care to the animals that come into the clinic because I would want my animals to receive the same in return when they're at the vet!
Hi there! I'm Jeri and I've worked with and loved animals my entire life. I went to Delaware Valley University and received my BS in Wildlife Conservation and Management in 2012; with that I've worked at Zoos in South Jersey, Alabama as well as the Bronx. Working with animals has always been my dream, ever since seeing Steve Irwin wrangle crocodiles on Animal Planet when I was 6.
After going from zoo to zoo, I decided I could get a better view of everything and become a more well rounded keeper if I became more educated in the medicinal side of zookeeping. I love learning, and working here has been such an educational experience.
In my free time I enjoy creating in the kitchen (I was raised in a family of chefs and bakers), watching movies, spending time with friends and family (and, of course, my cat Jewel), and being in nature. I also dabble in the art of card making; so for birthdays, holidays and some other oddball occasions, I'll whip up something cute and send it on its way.
I am an extremely experienced Veterinary Technician having worked in the field for over twelve years and I graduated with a degree in Animal Science in 2007.
While I am very skilled in the hospital setting, I prefer the outdoors!
I grew up surrounded by horses and dogs my while life and currently mentor young people as a leader in the Camden County 4H community which is the largest youth development organization in America.
In addition to spending as much time as possible with my horses, I enjoy the backroads in my ATV and Jeep Wrangler.
Though I originally began my studies as a nursing major in human medicine, my lifelong passion for working with animals influenced my decision to change my major and I am currently working toward a degree in Veterinary Technology.
In part, my decision was influenced by my sister who is already a veterinary technician. As we were growing up together we often worked together to find way to assist animals. Together, the two of us fostered many animals throughout our lives including cats, dogs, birds, and amphibians. I realized I could not pass up the opportunity to make it my career as my sister already finds it so satisfying.
I enjoy working at the Voorhees Veterinary Center because I work directly with the doctors and certified technicians which allows me to put what I learn in school into practice.
In addition to my work with animals, I enjoy photography, reading and spending time with my family. We currently share our home with our dogs, Delilah, Scorch and Basil and cats, Bubby, Dora and Ruby.
I began working at Voorhees Veterinary Center in July of 2016. Originally from southern California, I moved to New Jersey 3 years ago where my husband and I recently purchased a home.
We have several "fury children" at home. Our two dogs are Stark and Pepper, and we have a couple of cats who insist on ignoring the names we gave them. In my free time I love to go on adventures with my husband and both of our dogs, such as camping in Cape May and to the beach to play in Wildwood.
Prior to realizing my interest in animal medicine, I was a nursing student of human medicine. I loved my experience as a nursing student, but my compassion for animal advocacy and my natural ability to connect with animals led me to make a career change.
While I have been a Veterinary Technician for over a year in Philadelphia, I began my journey in animal care over two years ago when I worked as a Kennel Technician and Receptionist at Cinnaminson Animal Hospital. Shortly after starting my work there, I realized I am passionate about the field so I began my studies to become a Veterinary Technician working toward a degree and national certification in Veterinary Technology. My favorite aspects of my job include client education and assisting in surgeries. I hope to attain a special certification in surgery and pet nutrition.
Hello! I am Samantha and though I am only twenty-five years old, I have already worked in the veterinary field for over five years! My career choice was inspired by the first dog I adopted, a Red Nose Pit Bull named Wilfred. She completely changed my life and definitely for the better.
Previous to my work with The Voorhees Veterinary Center I worked at an animal hospital specializing in exotic pets, a large animal practice and an animal clinic in an urban neighborhood of Philadelphia which caters to specifically to cats so I have worked in a broad spectrum of the veterinary world.
Though I began my work as an assistant, I quickly became one of our head veterinary nurses at The Voorhees Veterinary Center because if my experience and skill level. My primary goal is to insure every patient receives the highest quality of medical care, while at the same time feels the comfort and support I would give to my own furry companion.
In my free time I enjoy baking and discovering new places to explore with Wilfred by my side. At the moment I don't have a feline friend to call my own, but I hope to fill that void soon!
Hello. My name Stella Kligman and I am a pet groomer.
I was born and raised in the former Soviet Union, where since age 13 I was involved with dogs. I trained large breed dogs since I was 13 (started with my own – Dan) and later organized my own kennel club dedicated to large breeds. When I was 18 my parents, sisters and I moved to the USA. At the age twenty I started working for a dog grooming salon in Pleasanton, CA. First as a technician/student and later as a groomer. In 2005 my husband, I and our daughter moved from California to New Jersey. Today, I work as a full-time pet groomer and have groomed all breeds of cats and dogs and even a bunny.
I love animals and currently my family consists of my husband, daughter, German shepherd – Ace, disabled dog (whom we rescued and who is the subject of affection of everyone in the family) – Manya, cat we rescued from a shelter – Efee and another cat, who came from the street and decided to stay – Shmulya and a ferret we got from a pet store because he was lonely – Baby. We also have a beta fish - Zina but she doesn’t participate in daily craziness too much.
My whole life I’ve been around animals and I love it. I am truly happy to work at Voorhees Veterinary Center and to do what I love: take care of and be around animals.
I will always love your pets and will always do what’s best for them.
My name is Kristy I was born and raised in Delran, NJ. I currently reside in Palmyra, NJ with my husband, Dan and our two kitties, Clyde and Cece.
In 2002, I earned my certification in massage therapy where I found the passion of healing through my hands. I knew I always wanted to work with animals, so in 2014 I followed my heart and became a pet stylist. My passion and love for animals has been with me since I can remember. I have so much love and joy in my heart for all living beings.
In my free time I love to travel, be outdoors, spending time with family and friends, laughing and being creative in life. I am a firm believer in life being a journey and not a destination.
"until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unwakened."