About Our Staff
Shiloh Veterinary Hospital relies on several groups of people to provide your pet with the highest quality of health care. Our staff includes certified veterinary technicians, client care specialists, and veterinary assistants who help keep the hospital running smoothly.
Our 8 certified veterinary technician (CVTs) all have college degrees in veterinary technology and have passed a rigorous national certification examination. CVTs are responsible for providing nursing care and surgical assistance. They are qualified to draw blood, place IVs, perform anesthesia, give injections and perform a large number of other medical assignments. They are also a great source of medical information about your pet.
Our client care specialists are usually the first and last people you talk to when you are at our facility. They are a multi-talented, friendly group who can make appointments for your pet, help you find valuable information and answer many questions. They can put your mind at ease even in the most stressful of situation and pride themselves on quality customer service.
While our Veterinary Assistants may not be certified, many of them can boast nearly a decade of experience in veterinary practice. Many others are college students who are pursuing careers in veterinary medicine. These talented individuals fill a number of roles within the practice.
Dr. David Schneider came to Shiloh Veterinary Hospital, as a veterinary associated in June…
Dr. Owings has been practicing veterinary medicine since 2002. She joined Shiloh…
Dr. Hoffman has been working for Shiloh Veterinary Hospital for over 25 years. He became…
Dr. Lisa Wade originally grew up just outside of Shanksville,…Dr. Kaczor joined Shiloh Veterinary Hospital in July 2014. She originally is from…Dr. Stephanie Herr has been practicing veterinary medicine for 9 years in Lancaster County…Dr. Schaeberle is the founder of Shiloh Veterinary Hospital. He started the practice in…Doctor Tiffany Brady grew up just south of York County in Baltimore, Md. She has always…