You share more than you realize with your dog, including bacteria. Exposure to germs in your dog's mouth can increase your risk of developing capnocytophaga, a serious blood infection.View Article
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Dr. Bonnie V., VMD
Graduated from University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine
Worked as a veterinary nurse in Emergency Service, Intensive Care and the Fluid Wards at the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary Hospital prior to becoming a Veterinarian
Attained a BA from F & M with a double major in Biology, Mathematics and Studio Art
Grew up in Philadelphia where she has raised a assortment of pets including rabbits, dogs and cats
Has three dogs Puppy Z., Sahara the Beara and Missy and also has a tuxedo cat named Sparkie
Dr. Bonnie is an avid lover of many animals especially horses
Robert (Rob) Wright, BBA
Graduated from Temple University with a Bachelors in Business Administration majoring in Finance.
Rode horses for more than 18 years and was a caregiver of 4 horses and has always had dogs and cats.
Is a Veteran of Afghanistan and Bosnia.
Is the Practice Manager and Dr. Bonnie V.'s Veterinary Assistant.