Many of the same health problems that affect us, including hearing loss, also affect our pets. Fortunately, most pets adapt very well to the disability with a little help from their owners.View Article
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Dr. Phillip Roerig-
Dr. Roerig was born and raised on a farm in Pittstown NJ. After graduating from North Hunderton Highschool he served four years in the Armed Forces. He was honerably discharged and returned home to join with his brothers to form Roerig Servicer Inc., a traveling company delivering asphalt, gasoline and diesel to the Tri-State region. In 1987 he began his undergraduate studies working toward acceptance to Veterinary College and was accepted three years later to the University of Tennessee. After Graduation in 1994 he momentarily worked for Buckingham Animal Hospital, Animal Emergency Clinic of New Hope and Animerge in Somerville NJ. In January 1996 he established Glen Manor Veterinary Hospital.
Danielle was asked to join our staff here in 2009. Her experiance with many types of exotic, farm and common pets made her a great choice. Now greeting and professionally helping our clients, whatever your needs maybe Danielle is there to assist you. Danielle is the mother of 5 wonderful children and proud owner of 3 outstanding pets. Diamond (Pitbull), Bohdi (Himalayan) and Sarah (Hamster).
Carrie has been working here since 2006. Her compassion for animals is displayed with her care of patients as well as with her own minagery of animals. At home she has Chandler (her dog) many cats,goats,chickens and ducks, miniture hourse and many different birds.
Bekki's cheerfull attitude has graced Glen Manor Veterinary Hospital since 2011. She is always eager to learn more everyday. Bekki is the mother of a beautiful three year old (who also loves animals) as well as Hermies (poodle/ Jack Russel Mix), and Necko ( Domestic Short Hair ) and two Hermit crabs.