Dr. Linda E. Keon
An East Coast native, Dr. Keon graduated from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 1986 and in the same year began training as a pilot. Prior to veterinary school, Dr. Keon taught at various high schools, community colleges and universities, including Michigan State University, Notre Dame, and Indiana University in South Bend, Indiana. She managed a herd of steer on a five acre farm in Missouri and showed/bred Old English Sheepdogs and credits these experiences with sparking her interest in animals and veterinary medicine.
After completing her veterinary degree, Dr. Keon returned to the East Coast settling in Pennsylvania and completing her pilot's license. She began work as a veterinarian at Steinbach Veterinary Hospital, where she practiced for two years. She then worked at Trevose Veterinary Clinic for two years before moving to Florida to practice for a year. In 1991 Dr. Keon moved back to Pennsylvania and established Animal Hospital of Warwick. Her veterinary interests include medicine and surgery of dogs, cats and small mammal exotics as well as behavioral management and intervention. Outside of her veterinary practice, Dr. Keon spends her time flying planes with her husband (who is also a pilot) as well as swimming, reading, attending auctions and searching out and collecting antiques.
She presently has a frisky little Corgi named Guy Noir!
Dr. Christina Knight
Dr. Chris Knight received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Purdue University in 1992. Dr. Knight did her undergraduate studies in biology and chemistry, also at Purdue University. She has been a resident of Bucks County since graduation, where she lives with her two children, two cats, dove and a tortoise.
Dr. Knight's professional activities include general practice and surgery on dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, reptiles, ferrets and rodents. She has been practicing veterinary medicine here at Animal Hospital of Warwick since 1997. Dr. Knight's non-veterinary interests include spending time with her children, cooking, gardening, hiking, traveling, reading and music. She spends a great deal of time outside the office involved in domestic engineering duties and activities with family and friends.
Dr. Adrienne Rodgers
Dr. Rodgers is originally from Philadelphia, growing up in a house filled with a variety of pets including cats, dogs, pocket pets and a snake. In this environment, she developed a lifelong love for animals. A strong interest in science combined with the desire to care for animals led to her career in veterinary medicine. She earned her B.S. degree in agriculture from the University of Delaware in 1993 and her veterinary degree from The Ohio State University in 1997.
She has moved with her family several times, and has practiced veterinary medicine in multiple states. Now back in Pennsylvania, she lives in Bethlehem. Here, she resides with her husband, 3 kids,2 dogs, a guinea pig, hermit crab, and numerous pond and indoor fish. She keeps busy with the kids' sports and activities, and volunteers at their schools. When she has an extra moment, she enjoys running, reading and watching sports. She is interested in general practice involving dogs, cats, and exotics. She continues to be excited by her choice in profession, especially in the lifetime of learning that it requires.