New Patients

NEW CLIENT INFORMATION

As a client, it is important that you understand how to best use our facility and know that our knowledgeable, caring staff will do their utmost at all times to ensure you and your pet have a positive experience when visiting our clinic. Click for the registration form here.

If you are a new client or a familiar face here at QVC, we want you to know that we put you and your pet's needs first. First time visitors here often remark on how large a practice this is, how many doctors, nurses and support personnel work here, and our long term clients exclaim how much we have grown over the years. This said, we believe that our growth is due to our excellent client relationships, our wide variety of services for large animal and farm animals, companion animals and exotics, from emergency surgery to doggy day care, and everything in between (please navigate our web pages in full to view all services provided).

Hours of Operation

The staff at Quakertown Vet Clinic are available to you 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. We are fully staffed during regular hours, 8:00am - 9:00pm Mon thru Fri, and on Sat mornings (appointments only) 8:00am - 11:30am, for routine appointments, emergencies, surgeries, preventative health care and medical visits .

The clinic remains open through the night and weekends for emergency visits and care, for our regular clients and also for the clients of other clinics should their regular vet be unavailable. Our emergency hours are staffed by a smaller 'skeleton' staff, solely here to deal with emergency services only.

Visiting Hours
8:00am - 10:00am
8:00pm - 10:00pm

Please try to adhere to these visiting hours as much as possible if your pet is staying with us in the hospital. These hours are set so as to be able to provide all the animals in our hospital with optimal care.

Choice of Doctor

Whether you have been a long time client, or are relatively new with us, please feel free to ask for the same Doctor that has been dealing with your pet for follow up visits. Our receptionists will gladly accommodate your needs and preferences.

Contacting Our Doctors

Our doctors generally make call backs to clients during the lunch and dinner hours (12noon - 1:00pm and 5:00pm -6:00pm) and then again after appointments are done in the evening; however, if you need a more immediate response to a question or concern, you can utilize our customer service representative to help you with your needs, or you can leave a message in the doctor's voicemail or with our operator.

When conversing with staff, please feel comfortable asking for their name so that you have a contact person should you need further assistance.

Our Pharmacy / Prescription Refills

Our clinic provides our clients with a full service pharmacy for all of your pet's prescription needs. Please call in your prescription refills during our regular business hours, allowing a 2-hour wait time. (Prescriptions called in during emergency hours, may not be filled until business resumes as usual the next day, as our overnight and emergency staff need to be available for the priority of animal care and treatment. However, emergency prescription refills such as insulin and heart medications, will be filled during emergency hours, as we understand the life-threatening complications that could result to your pet should he be deprived of certain drugs and medications).

Prescription Refill Form

Our Store

Our store has many items for your pet, from special foods for unique dietary needs, to chew toys and shampoos. Please feel free to browse while you wait, or stop by at any time during our extensive regular business hours for that special treat for Fido or Kitty.

We welcome your comments and thank you for the trust you place in us to do the very best for you and your pet. Take a look around our website, get to know our staff and our facility or simply stop by and see us in person, we would be glad to show you around!

Limited-Time Offer from CareCredit

Quakertown Veterinary Clinic understands there are times when an unexpected medical need can create an unexpected expense. This is why we offer CareCredit pet healthcare financing as an option to help you finance the cost of keeping your pet heathy.

How does it work?

CareCredit has flexible financing options for unexpected situations from emergencies to dental procedures ensuring that pets get the care they need, and pet owners get the peace of mind they deserve. Now through May 31,2021 clients who open a new CareCredit healthcare credit card can earn a $50 gift card with single or multiple purchases totaling $200 or more, or a $100 gift card when they make a single or multiple purchase totaling $1,000 or more and register online at carecredit.com/promotions with code GIFT2021. All steps must be completed by May 31, 2021.

To learn more visit https://www.carecredit.com/go/894KFS/.

Caring for Your Whole Family.

See What Makes Us Different
  • Advanced Technology

    Quakertown Veterinary Clinic is proud to offer state-of-the-art technology to provide your pet with the highest level of care and diagnostic services.

  • Caring for All Types of Animals

    At Quakertown Veterinary Clinic we are proud to serve all your animals' needs, whether you have a sick horse or a hurt cat, we are ready to care for them.

  • Open 24/7

    We know that an emergency can happen at any time and that is why we offer 24-hour emergency care for dogs, cats, horses, farm animals & exotic pets.

Passionate People for Your Pets

Meet Our Team
  • Randy  Bimes DVM Photo
    Randy Bimes DVM

    Lead Large Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 1986 My Pets: horse, 2 dogs, and 2 cats Other Interests: sailing and woodworking Areas of Interest: Equine medicine and surgery
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    Lindsay Hetrick, DVM

    Large Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 2016 My Pets: 2 horses (Turbo & HP) and an abundance of cows Other Interests: The outdoors, gardening, working on the family dairy. Areas of Interest: Bovine and small ruminant medicine & surgery, food animal reproduction, milk quality.
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    Amy Santonastaso, VMD, MSDABVP

    Large Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 2016 My Pets: 2 cats, Reginald (Reggie) and Thomas. Other Interests: Hiking, rock climbing, reading.
  • Brad  Scheuch, DVM, DACVS Photo
    Brad Scheuch, DVM, DACVS

    Board Certified Large Animal Surgeon

    Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners certified in Equine Practice Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 2009 My Pets: 1 cat "Frank" Other interests: camping, hiking, skiing, fishing & spending time with family. Areas of Interest: Equine sports medicine, particularly complex lameness diagnosis and treatment. I enjoy the challenge of helping my equine patients achieve their athletic potential.
  • Arlen  Wilbers, DVM Photo
    Arlen Wilbers, DVM

    Large Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 1987 Special Interests: small ruminants and pot-bellied pigs My Pets: 2 German Shepherds and 1 cat Areas of Interest: Emphasis on pot-bellied pigs
  • Susie  Lutz, DVM Photo
    Susie Lutz, DVM

    Large Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 2004 My pets: Four horses: Hammy (QH), Stoli (Draft X), Paducah (QH) & Toby (Morgan X), one dog: Banana, a yellow lab; five cats and many chickens! Other Interests: Trail Riding
  • Jennifer  Murphy, DVM Photo
    Jennifer Murphy, DVM

    Large Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet Clinic: 2012 My Pets: One dog “Lyla”, two cats “Ted” and "Mrs. Claws", and a horse "Visa". Other Interests: Dressage, jumping, trail riding, and TaeKwon-Do. Areas of Interests: Theriogenology, food animal medicine and surgery, equine lameness and metabolic diseases
  • Nancy  Barin, VMD Photo
    Nancy Barin, VMD

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 1990 My Pets: 2 Chihuahuas, 2 Rat Terriers, an Arabian horse and 2 cats.
  • Holly  Brooks, VMD Photo
    Holly Brooks, VMD

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at QVC: Veterinary assistant/Clinical Trials assistant 2000-2012, Veterinarian, 2015 My Pets: 2 Pit Bull Mixes, Freddy and Hunter Interests: Cooking and baking, reading, watching sports and TV, DIY projects, house remodeling.
  • Joseph  Consigli, DVM Photo
    Joseph Consigli, DVM

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 1999 My Pets: Three cats: "Tori", "Smokey" and "Patches" Other Interests: Spending time with my children, Ben, Sean, Mia, and my wife, Monica; Gardening. Areas of Interest: Rhinoscopy, Surgery, Internal Medicine
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    Beth Dronson, VMD

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at QVC: 2017 Interests: Personal time at the beach, cooking and spending time with family traveling My Pets: Our rescue dog, Poco
  • Jacquelyn  Forsyth, DVM Photo
    Jacquelyn Forsyth, DVM

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at QVC: 2016 My Pets: 3 dogs, Brody, Roscoe and Doug; 2 cats, Tac and Stu Black Interests: Hiking, Traveling & Homesteading Areas of Interest: Ophthalmology, Emergency Medicine and Surgery Research Interests: Biotechnology and Conservation
  • Samuel  Geller, VMD Photo
    Samuel Geller, VMD

    Lead Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 1985 My Pets: 3 horses, 3 dogs and 5 cats "I consider all cases a partnership between the doctor & the pet owner to prevent & treat disease in their beloved pets. I love all the challenges of problem solving in veterinary medicine." Areas of Interest: Dermatology & Allergies, Cardiology & Clinical Drug Trials
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    Jerome Glickstein, VMD

    Practice Limited to Diseases of the Eye

    Completed two-year residency in ophthalmology at the University of Pennsylvania; Post-Doctoral Fellowship in ophthalmology pathology at the Scheie Eye Institute, Philadelphia, PA Special Interests: All aspects of ophthalmic medicine and surgery. Professional Certifications & Associations: American Veterinary Medical Association
  • Devon  Graham, DVM Photo
    Devon Graham, DVM

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at QVC: 2017 My Pets: 3 dogs, Molly, JD and Bash, and a cat, Scarlett. Areas of Interest: Ultrasound, Emergency and Internal Medicine
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    Cecilia Helenski, DVM

    Practice Limited to Cardiology

    Education: Attended the University of Rhode Island in the pre-veterinary program in the Department of Agriculture and Animal Science. She graduated with her B.S. in Animal Science and continued her education at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville obtaining a Master of Science degree in veterinary physiology. It was during her work at UT that she developed her interest in cardiology, completing a research study looking at the prevention of aortic thromboembolism in cats. After completing her ...
  • Christina  Hoffman, DVM Photo
    Christina Hoffman, DVM

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 2013
  • Dawn  Irwin, DVM Photo
    Dawn Irwin, DVM

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 2008 My Pets: Beagle "Mekhai", Tuxedo cat brothers, "Sam" and "Pouncer" Other Interests: Spending time at Big Cormorant Lake, Becker Co., Mn. Areas of Interest: Internal Medicine & Senior Care, including oncology and veterinary hospice.
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    Amy Koterbay, BVMS, NMS, DACVIM (Oncology)

    Practice Limited to Oncology

    Dr. Koterbay started working at University College Dublin in 2017, after 6 years in private practice. She currently is a member of the Veterinary Cancer Society and the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. In addition to medical oncology, she has a strong interest in end of life care. Years at QVC: 2018 Interests: Travel and photography. I've been to 42 countries so far and working to see 100! Areas of Interest: Oncology, Hospice and Palliative Care
  • Tiffany  Lehr, VMD Photo
    Tiffany Lehr, VMD

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 2006 My Pets: Two dogs: "Robbie" & "Pippa", & three birds: "Eugene", "Fiyero", & "Zelda" Other Interests: reading, walking with my dogs, cooking, watching TV and movies, and gardening Areas of Interest: Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine
  • Tim  Mosebey, VMD Photo
    Tim Mosebey, VMD

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at QVC: 2016 My Pets: 2 dogs, Sweetie & Henry, and cats, Princess, 50cent & Harrison Interests: Triathlon,Paddleboarding, Yoga, Skiing & Snowboarding Areas of Interest: Internal Medicine, Dermatology, Soft Tissue Surgery, Canine/Feline Behavior
  • Rosemary  Newton, DVM Photo
    Rosemary Newton, DVM

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 2000 My Pets: two dogs, four cats, two ponies and goldfish Areas of Interest: Ultrasound, endoscopy, pathology, infectious disease
  • Olivia  Newman, MS, DVM Photo
    Olivia Newman, MS, DVM

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Education: Masters degree in Veterinary Biomedical Science and Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, TN Year started at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 2020 Special Veterinary Interests: Canine and Feline Nutrition, Preventative Medicine, Surgery, My Pets: I have one cat named Obi and a guinea pig named Queenie Other Interests: Horseback riding, video games, dog training, and recreational flying
  • Sandra  Orben, DVM Photo
    Sandra Orben, DVM

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 1998 My Pets: 4 dogs: "Cassie", "Vinnie", "Star" & "May", 3 cats: "Peter", "Putter" & "Merlot" Other Interests: I like riding motorcycles for fun and gardening in my spare time.
  • Veronica  Pickens, DVM Photo
    Veronica Pickens, DVM

    Large Animal Veterinarian, Small Animal Veterinarian

  • Andrea  Saksek, BVM&S, MRCVS Photo
    Andrea Saksek, BVM&S, MRCVS

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at QVC: 2014 My Pets: 3 Scottish Terriers "Callum, Islay and Wallace" , 2 cats "Beinn & Munro" Interests: Travelling, cooking, spending time with friends & family. Areas of Interest: Dentistry, Emergency Medicine & Exotics.
  • Phil  Svor, DVM Photo
    Phil Svor, DVM

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 2009 My Pets: 2 Dogs:"Rizzo" and "Layla, 3 DMH's -"Sadie", "Rosie" & "Merlot"
  • Arielle  Schoenlein, DVM Photo
    Arielle Schoenlein, DVM

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 2018 My Pets:3 Cats: "Kizi", "Lago", and "Ajani", and a Red Merle Australian Shepherd, "Roo". Other Interests: cooking, baking, hiking, yoga, and board games. Areas of Interest: Emergency Medicine, Dentistry, and Behavioral Medicine
  • Jennifer  Torres, DVM Photo
    Jennifer Torres, DVM

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 2013 My Pets: 4 dogs: "Bullet", "Maisey", "Charlie", & "Sticks"; and rabbit "Ruby". Other Interests: Spending time with family, cooking, watching tv/movies, scuba diving. Areas of Interest: Dermatology and Surgery
  • Jimmy  Ferrara, VMD Photo
    Jimmy Ferrara, VMD

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Dr. Ferrara grew up in New Jersey but he's lived in Colorado, Massachusetts, Florida, and Virginia throughout his life. He eventually received his veterinary degree at the University of Pennsylvania and started at QVC in 2020. He is interested in infectious disease and One Health. In school he completed research in Kathmandu, Nepal related to raw milk and diarrheal disease in humans and livestock and he also published a qualitative study about Rabies post exposure prophylaxis and vaccination in ...
  • Jacqueline  Wilhelmy, MS, VMD Photo
    Jacqueline Wilhelmy, MS, VMD

    Practice Limited to Behavior

    Education: Dr. Wilhelmy completed her undergraduate work in biochemistry at the University of Pennsylvania, and went on to finish a Master’s degree in Chemistry. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and remained to pursue an internship and then a residency in veterinary behavioral medicine. She has treated feline and canine patients presented for separation anxiety, compulsive behavior, inappropriate elimination, affective aggression, environmental ...
  • Leann  Wright, DVM Photo
    Leann Wright, DVM

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet: 2009 My Pets: Cats "Ellie" & "Tandi", a Bearded Dragon and a Bunny Other Interests: Reading, watching tv/movies, and crocheting. Areas of Interest: Feline medicine, infectious diseases, emergency med.
  • Guy  DeNardo, DVM Photo
    Guy DeNardo, DVM

    Practice Limited to Orthopedics

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    Frank Von Esse, DVM

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Bio Coming Soon!
  • Annette  Califano, DVM Photo
    Annette Califano, DVM

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Bio Coming Soon!
  • Cortney  Zeledon (Bower), VMD Photo
    Cortney Zeledon (Bower), VMD

    Small Animal Veterinarian

    Years at Quakertown Vet. Clinic: 2013 My Pets: dog, cat, rabbit, and chickens Other Interests: skiing, SCUBA diving, running, soccer, knitting
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    Corrie Bates, DVM

    Small Animal Veterinarian

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    Lindsey Davison, DVM
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    Lane Simonin, BVetMed, MRCVS
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