Meet the Vets
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Dr. Steven Radbill
Dr. Steven M. Radbill, V.M.D., has been working as a veterinarian in the Philadelphia area since he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1975, and is loved by his clients and his patients alike. He has been at Radbill Animal Hospital since 1980.
Dr. Samantha McLaughlin
Dr. Samantha McLaughlin graduated from veterinary school from Oklahoma State University in 2008 after getting an undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2004. She has practiced in both corporate and private clinics for the past 13 years. Dr. McLaughlin has a special interest in feline and preventive medicine. She currently has three cats, two mice and a big mixed breed puppy! She enjoys travel, reading, hiking and spending time with her husband and two children.
Dr. Leland Scott
Dr. Leland Scott earned his BA in Studio Art from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro before working as a photographer and graphic designer. After several years, he decided a career change was in order and graduated with his DVM from North Carolina State University in 2018. His veterinary interests include preventative medicine, dentistry/oral health, avian medicine (specifically birds of prey rehabilitation), toxicology, and public health/epidemiology. In his free time he appreciates long walks, hiking, camping, exploring local wineries, crafting, and spending time with his 2 dogs.
Dr. Samara Parker
Dr. Samara Parker graduated from Atlantic Veterinary College at Canada’s University of Prince Edward Island. She has worked in a variety of practices including: mixed animal, small animal, and exotic pets handling both daytime appointments and overnight emergencies. She has even worked a few rodeos and a cat show. The small animal practices have ranged from high volume fast-paced work to concierge-style medicine focused on extensive client communication. Dr. Parker currently works as a relief veterinarian serving practices across different states, as well offering telehealth appointments.
Dr. Tracy Williams
Dr. Tracy Williams graduated from veterinary school in 2003 and worked in mixed animal practices for 7 years while owning a small animal clinic. She currently works as a relief veterinarian and volunteers with a group that sends veterinarians all around the world to assist with animal care. She has consulted on cases in over 30 countries, teaching informative classes and performing veterinary services in areas most in need.
Dr. Cameron Jones
Dr. Cameron Jones is a small animal practitioner who has been practicing Veterinary Medicine since 1999. She felt her calling on her fourth birthday when she received a Fisher-Price, Doctor bag, and a stuffed dog. She draped the plastic stethoscope across her neck and set to bandaging Roscoe’s furry leg. Pets and their relationship with their human family inspires her to be the best veterinarian that she can be. Her practice does not stop in the exam room, she researches their problems and their parent’s questions when she is not in the exam room as well. It is an important responsibility, but she has a lot of fun in the process. She views the success of her practice as a team effort with her clients. When she is not treating and loving on her patients or researching the latest medical advances, she spends her time playing Mom to her amazing teenaged son, and her two frisky pups, Happy and Chewie. Her hobbies include gardening, cooking, baking, yoga, hula-hooping!
Dr. Stacey Creasey
Dr. Stacey Creasey, DVM, is a 2004 graduate of Mississippi State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Creasey has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Delaware. She began in 1989 as a kennel assistant, then working to reception and finally veterinary technician, prior to attending vet school. Her areas of interest include emergency medicine and dermatology. Dr. Creasey takes great pride and care in making sure that your pets stay healthy. To her, the most rewarding part of being a veterinarian is guiding an animal’s recovery process from illness or injury and then being able to discharge the animal back to their owner in a healthy and happy condition. At home, Dr. Creasey’s pet family consists of four cats: Penny, Crushy, Minnie and (One Eyed) Willie, all of whom are rescues. In her free time, Dr. Creasey enjoys traveling, mountain biking, spending time with her boys, and catching up on Netflix!
Dr. Kathleen Kivi
For the past few years, I’ve lived in Buffalo, New York. I was born in San Diego, California and spent my years “growing up” in Colorado, Arkansas, Texas and Tennessee. I attended Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, receiving my Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. In pursuit of my veterinary goals, I ended up in Toronto, Ontario and acquired my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph. After graduation, I spent 14 years working in small animal practice in Toronto. During that time, I also ran my own mobile horse practice and worked as a relief veterinarian at a few local emergency clinics. My experience extends beyond dogs, cats and horses, to include rabbits, pocket pets, and some reptiles, too! My affinity for all animals, their welfare, and the people who love them is strong and enduring. The interaction with patients and their families is my favorite part of veterinary medicine. As an advocate for animals, the ability to be a source of knowledge and compassionate care was a main reason I pursued a career in veterinary medicine. Enhancing the human-animal bond by providing dedicated care, quality medicine, knowledge, and a deep understanding of families and their pet’s needs is my ultimate goal. Outside of my time in Buffalo, I have a daughter, Allison, and son, Matthew, that still live in the Toronto area. We are together every chance we get, usually at the hockey arena. I also have four furry kids of my own.
Dr. Bona Yu
Dr. Bona Yu graduated from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017. Since graduation, she has worked as a small animal clinician while also completing her Masters in Public Health from the University of Minnesota in 2020. She loves to travel and if she can combine her passion for veterinary medicine with it, all the better! When she traveled to Madagascar, she volunteered with an animal welfare group to provide free veterinary care including critical rabies vaccinations for many dogs and cats of local communities. She has a singing escape-artist husky as well as a nosy hyperactive Red Heeler.
Dr. Shannon Indoe
Dr. Shannon Indoe graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in psychology before attending the Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine. She graduated Cornell in 2001 and returned to the Charlottesville, VA area to practice equine medicine. After several years of working with horses and some years spent raising her children she returned to veterinary medicine as a small animal practitioner. Dr. Indoe is interested in preventative medicine, the human-animal bond, and a holistic approach to disease processes. She recently completed a veterinary acupuncture course through Chi University and looks forward to incorporating aspects of Eastern medicine into pet health and wellbeing. Dr. Indoe enjoys spending time with 2 children, dog, cat and pony. In her spare time she restores antique chair seats, knits and quilts.
Dr. Sara Goldstein
Dr. Sara Goldstein is a graduate from the University of Connecticut in Molecular & Cellular Biology (minor in Chemistry) and was part of the UCONN Equestrian Team for 4 years. She then pursued her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine and completed it in 2012. Prior to her career starting with Banfield Pet Hospital in October 2013, Sara Goldstein completed an Equine internship at Chino Valley Equine Hospital in Medicine and Surgery. Once at Banfield Pet Hospital she has received excellent communication and leadership training, which allowed her to advance within the organization from Associate Veterinarian to Chief of Staff. Sara Goldstein is now taking on new adventures and working independently. She is passionate about being a Fear Free Veterinarian, high quality veterinary care, the human-animal bond, and mental health within the veterinary profession. She is known as being very approachable and inclusive. In her free time, she loves photography & being outdoors. She shares her life with her significant other and 3 kitties – Shadow, Little Guy, and Albert!
Dr. Victoria Jones
Dr. Victoria Jones has been a vet for 2 years, she graduating from the University of Melbourne in Australia. Dr. Jones did her undergraduate degree at Colorado State University and between her undergrad and postgrad educations she lived in Africa for 2 years. She assisted in opening up a wildlife veterinary clinic and worked as a veterinary assistant. Dr. Jones currently works in a rural town in Oregon at a mixed practice clinic and although she misses the crazy wildlife world she loves educating her clients, the community and working on preventative medicine for all animals focusing mainly on dogs and cats including the stray and homeless animals around town.
Dr. Justina Supria
Dr. Justina Supria graduated from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2015 and completed a rotating internship at Friendship Hospital for Animals in Washington, DC. She has worked in small animal emergency and general practice. Dr. Supria has a passion for pain management, preventive care, and client education. When not working, she spends her time with the boys (her husband, son, and fur baby) enjoying a variety of outdoor activities. She is excited and ready to help address the needs of your fur babies.
Dr. Erica Scheier
Dr. Erica Scheier is a graduate of Dartmouth College and the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She started her career in Hoboken, NJ in 1998. After moving multiple times with her husband (a college football coach) and her 4 children, she returned to Hoboken when her husband got a job coaching at Rutgers University. Dr. Scheier keeps busy with her menagerie of pets including a pot bellied pig, a dog, 8 cats, a duck, a cocktail and Kramer the talking cockatoo.
Dr. Carla Rodrigues
Dr. Carla Rodrigues is a proud Portuguese-American, born and raised in Northern New Jersey. She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Ross University in Saint Kitts. While there and after vet school, she immersed herself in large animal medicine and exotics, working alongside monkeys, sea turtles, birds, reptiles and more! She spent time in Minnesota, California, and North Carolina before moving to Jacksonville four years ago. Recently, Dr. Rodrigues has focused on exploring the world of alternative medicine, completing certifications in Reiki Energy Healing, Canine Rehabilitation at University of Tennessee and Veterinary Acupuncture at the Chi Institute. She has a true passion for helping restore comfort and function to her patients. She shares her home with her rescue mutts Stella and Jackson.
Dr. Kevin Puzycki
Dr. Kevin Puzycki is originally from North Haven, CT and worked as a veterinary assistant for 9 years before going to veterinary school. He graduated from St. George's University, School of Veterinary medicine in 2018 and did his clinical year at Louisiana State University (GEAUX Tigers!). He currently resides in New Orleans. Whether you’re looking to go to veterinary school or have questions about your pet….he’s here to help. His passions include dermatology, ophthalmology and emergency medicine.
Dr. Kimberly B. Washington
Dr. Kimberly B. Washington graduated from veterinary school at Oklahoma State University in 2012. She started as a relief vet in shelter and small animal medicine. She then moved to the Dallas-Ft Worth area, where everyone seemed to have a pet! She continues to do relief work, and is licensed to practice in Texas and Oklahoma. Being in the southwest, she spends a good chunk of her workdays addressing skin, ear, eye, and GI issues, along with internal medicine, orthopedic, and emergency cases. Clients often note her ability to be thorough. Ultimately, Dr. Washington desires to empower clients to provide good care for their pets.
Dr. Megan Conrad
Dr. Megan Conrad was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She graduated from Oregon State University in 2009 with a degree in biology and completed her veterinary degree at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. Dr. Conrad's primary professional interests are chronic pain management, alternative medicine, physical therapy and chronic disease management. She is passionate about the human animal bond and the love we have for our animals. She considers this to be one of the most important aspects in how she practices medicine. Dr. Conrad and her husband Kris enjoy traveling, kayaking, going to the beach, gardening, wine tasting, eating local foods and going to the farmers market in their town. They became parents in March 2021 when they welcomed their son Flynn. Dr. Conrad, Kris and Flynn share their home with their cats, Wallace and Fiona, and their dog, Beatrice.
Dr. Sarah Korf
Dr. Sarah Korf graduated from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA in 2013. She completed an internship in Emergency and Critical Care medicine at Las Vegas Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care. She has a particular love of cats and finds meaning in advocating for cat wellness and well being. She has had experience working in after-hours emergency, feline-only practice and general day-time practice with both dogs and cats. She plans to pursue further education in Data Analytics to contribute to the understanding and technological growth of veterinary medicine and research. She currently cohabitates peacefully with 3 indoor-only cats in Washington State.
Dr. Charles Moley
Dr. Charles Moley was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Miami, then travelled back to his home state to attend Veterinary School at the University of Missouri. In his free time, Charles enjoys fly fishing, playing guitar and piano, and taking long walks with his wife, Lauren, and their dogs, Nelson and Mia.
Dr. Jessica Carmack
Dr. Jessica Carmack graduated from the University of Minnesota's College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. She started her career in general practice after graduation and now has over 8 years of experience in canine and feline medicine, surgery, and dentistry. Her patients are a valuable part of her life, and she enjoys taking ownership of her clients' concerns in order to give them the best possible recommendations. Dr. Carmack also has a special interest in pocket pets and exotics. She has shared her home and heart with a variety of small mammals since she was young. Currently, Dr. Carmack volunteers with the Minnesota Companion Rabbit Society, and she is passionate about increasing access to quality and affordable care for small animal exotics. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, including her husband, two daughters, two fancy rats, and two house rabbits.
Dr. Brandt Payne
Dr. Brandt Payne is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with a degree in Geology. After working in the oil and gas industry for ten years, he decided to pursue his interest in medicine. He went on to graduate from St. Matthew’s University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed his clinical training at the University of Georgia. After working as a small animal general practitioner in New York City for 6 years, he moved back to his hometown of Houston, Texas to be closer to family and warmer weather. He is currently pursuing an MBA from Southern Methodist University and a master’s in Food Safety from Michigan State University to eventually work within the pet food industry. In his free time, you will find him traveling, hiking, or fishing on a body of water.
Dr. Kristen Wagner
Dr. Kristen Wagner is a dog and cat veterinarian from Central Pennsylvania. She has been a vet since graduating from The Ohio State University in 2018, but has over 10 years of experience in the veterinary field. She currently owns and operates an in-home hospice and euthanasia practice and has previously worked in a high-volume general practice seeing everything from well-visits to emergency cases and intensive-care hospitalized patients. Dr. Wagner's areas of special interest include: canine and feline behavior, cardiology, infectious diseases and end-of-life/comfort care. She is especially passionate about helping pet parents preserve their bonds with their furry companions throughout each life-stage and transition, both when ill and healthy. She currently shares her home with 2 spoiled German Shepherd dogs as well as 4 loving felines. Oh, and a husband too!
Dr. Stefanie Stewart
Dr. Stefanie Stewart is a graduate of the University of Lynchburg (BS in Biomedical Science) and the VA-MD College of Veterinary Medicine (Virginia Tech). She has been practicing veterinary medicine in her home state of Virginia for 15 years in general practice, primarily working with dogs and cats, but also seeing the occasional pocket pet. She focuses on owner education and a cooperative care approach to best serve their pet's needs for comfort and overall health. She believes owners are an integral part of their pet's wellness, and maintaining a strong bond between owner and pet is paramount. She makes every effort to put her patients at ease, including singing kids songs and Christmas Carols to them to help calm them. She is excited to learn more about your pet and assist you with any questions and concerns you may have about them. When Dr. Stewart is not playing with other people's pets, she enjoys spending time with her husband, three young boys, and their Akita, Nori. They fancy themselves to be ice cream connoisseurs and "dad joke" masters, they love spending time outdoors, and they love tackling DIY projects as a family including digging and designing their own 8500 gallon koi pond in their back yard. Freshwater fish keeping has been an enjoyable hobby for Dr. Stewart for the past 20 years, primarily involving African Cichlids and, more recently, Japanese Koi. Dr. Stewart also enjoys breaking into random song throughout her day and (unintentionally) impressing others with her random trivia facts and movie quotes.
Dr. Anna Biesbrock
Dr. Anna Biesbrock has nearly ten years of experience in the veterinary field. She is a graduate of the University of California Davis - School of Veterinary Medicine, with a background in small animal medicine and public health. Prior to veterinary school, she obtained a Master’s degree in Biology, and a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. Dr. Biesbrock is passionate about taking care of the people in the veterinary profession, with a focus on staff advocacy and mental health. She is a small animal practitioner that is intent on providing high quality medicine, and is also interested in: preventative medicine, feline medicine, end of life care, and education. She enjoys connecting with clients and working as a team to support the health of her patients. When she is not practicing, she enjoys spending time with her two feline companions, tending to her garden, and spending as much time as possible near the ocean.
Dr. Linda Coffman
A native of New Jersey, Dr. Linda Coffman graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in Veterinary Medicine in 1995. She is currently pursuing a Master's in parasitology, as well as a certificate in herbal medicine from Cormell University. After owning and operating two veterinary clinics in Grand Rapids, Michigan, she now owns a concierge veterinary service. Her passion is strengthening and celebrating the human-animal bond with her clients and patients. In addition to her veterinary duties, she has also realized her dream of opening a coffee shop in 2022. The coffee shop, Tashi's Place, is named after once of her dogs. When not busy at her veterinary and coffee shop endeavors, Linda enjoys travel, throwing parties for friends and family, and visiting her children. She shares her home with three dogs, two cats, and a very understanding partner.
Dr. Alex Ubell
Dr. Alex Ubell received her DVM from Michigan State University in 2013 and has been working toward supporting human and animal health ever since. She moved to the Boston area after vet school and started clinical work for a couple years before transitioning into her role as the head veterinarian at the Northeast Animal Shelter in 2015. Dr. Ubell has always been passionate about 'One Health' and the importance of the intersection between human and animal wellness. As the pandemic hit, she saw an opportunity to provide assistance to people infected with COVID-19 as a case investigator for the state governments of Massachusetts and California. As COVID infections fell, she moved her focus toward helping to take some of the strain off of overburdened veterinary clinics by taking the time to educate pet parents and help determine what they can do for their furry friends at home or whether medical care is needed. Dr. Ubell feels strongly about the importance of education and preventative care and is happy to discuss any questions pet parents may have. In addition to her veterinary work, Dr. Ubell tutors biology, is currently learning guitar and lives with her 3.5 legged turtle Scooter who has been with her since vet school.