Susan, Office Manager
Susan met Dr Keon and began working at the Animal Hospital of Warwick in 1995, as a veterinary nurse.
Presently, she manages the day to day operations here at the hospital. Prior to joining Dr. Keon she
spent several years working in the mental health field of nursing as an RN in the hospital and
also community setting. Through the years she has met some wonderful humans and their very
special animals and feels privileged to be a part of their lives. When not working, Susan enjoys going
to onsite auctions, traveling(especially to the Maine coast), spinning and spending time with her adorable grandson.
Susan lives in Doylestown with her husband, son and two kitties, Hubby and Curtis.
Michelle , Receptionist
Michelle brings a passion for care and a committment to excellence to Animal
Hospital of Warwick. Born and raised in Central New Jersey, Michelle's first passion
was dance; she taught extensively in New York City.
Later, she and her husband ran one of the area's leading event planning services.
After moving to Bucks County, Michelle concentrated on raising a family which
at the present time also includes, two rescue dogs, Lacy and Taylor and a
chinchilla named Winston. During this time, Michelle launched a new
career in health care(working with animals and people). In her time off
Michelle enjoys equestrian events, physical fitness and spending time
with her husband and two young adult children.
Mary Rose, Receptionist
Mary Rose is a graduate of Arcadia University class of 2013. She
enjoys working in and learning about the animal care field, having
worked in a grooming salon and boarding kennel. She lives with
her husband and their pets: a lazy senior cat named Basil, a shy
laboratory retiree beagle named, Earl, and the "little guy": Chichi
the guinea pig.
When she is not caring for animals, Mary Rose enjoys hiking with
Earl, spending (too much) time on Pinterest, cooking and reading.
Joyce, Veterinary Assistant/Receptionist
Joyce has worked many years in the veterinary field. She worked at Animal
Hospital of Warwick for 10 years, leaving in 2006 after moving to the city.
For several years, Joyce worked in a cat only clinic. She has been fostering
When not at work she enjoys swimming, cooking and going to the park with her dog.
Julia, Veterinary Assistant
Julia is originally from Florida, has lived in Alaska and moved to
Pennsylvania in 2011 . She has been working as a veterinary assistant
for several years in various settings, including non-profit
and emergency. She has also been actively involved with animal
rescue for the past decade and finds it very therapeutic.
Julia lives with her son and Memow, a tortoiseshell cat with
Outside of work she spends her time
pet sitting, going on adventures with her son and fixing up
Carol, Receptionist/Veterinary Assistant
Carol began working at Animal Hospital of Warwick in June 2017. She has been working with
animals in various settings, including veterinary hospitals, rescues and emergency
since 2003. Originally from Philadelphia, Carol and her husband moved to Bucks County
in July 2001. She has been an avid equestrian since she was a young girl. She enjoys
vacationing with her husband and two miniature dachshunds, Otto and Truffles
at Rehoboth/Dewey beaches in Delaware. In her spare time, you can find Carol
at the barn grooming and riding her Paso Fino mare Meilita (aka Mel).
Alaina, Veterinary Assistant
Alaina returns to the tech field after many years, states and adventures.
She has had a love of animals all her life and has worked in many areas
of animal care, including pet sitting and rescue.
Alaina shares her life with her best friends, a beautiful and goofy
rescued Catahoula Leopard Hound and trusty sidekick Beta Fish.
When not caring for animals in some shape or form, she enjoys
birdwatching, wildlife seeking, foraging and enjoying time outside
in beautiful Bucks County.
Brooke, Veterinary Assistant/Receptionist
Brooke is a student at Delaware Valley University majoring in Conservation and
Wildlife Management with a minor in Chemistry. During her down time,
she enjoys orchestrating races between her two gerbits, Jekyll and Hyde.
She is President of the Sunshine Chapter at DelVal, a club dedicated to
raising money for terminally ill or chronically ill children. When she has the
chance, she loves to swim in rivers or at the beach , no matter the weather!
Amber, Veterinary Assistant
Amber joined our team at the hospital in April of 2018. She attended a veterinary assistant program,
graduating with her associates degree in 2015. Amber has a love of all creatures great and small,
but she especially loves rodents and reptiles. In her free time Amber enjoys hiking, photography,
traveling and spending time with her poodle mix, Fiona.
Shelby, Veterinary Assistant
Shelby joined our team in October of 2018. She is a student at Delaware Valley University
majoring in Wildlife Conservation and Management and minoring in Biology.
Shelby has spent the last two summers out of the country in Thailand and Costa Rica
working with primates and elephants. She aspires to travel the world and work
with animals. She has a large collection of exotic pets including chameleons,
a tarantula, rats, rabbits and guinea pigs. In her free time she likes to hike, fish
and spend time with family and friends.
Laurie, Veterinary Assistant
Laurie has been in veterinary medicine for 17 years in nearly every capacity from
reception, technician, manager and owner. Most recently Laurie was a
technician here at the hospital. After taking a year break, she has
returned to where her heart lies, veterinary nursing. Laurie and her husband, Don
live life sharing a small upper Bucks County farm with 3 cats, Raven, Gypsy
and Phantom, 2 Irish Setters, Lincoln and Ireland and 2 horses, Harley and Java.
Days are spent taking care of their family of 4-leggeds, traveling, attending music events,
working on their home and property, and enjoying the company of
their 3 grandchildren.
Judy, Veterinary Receptionist
Judy has worked in the veterinary field for many years. Most recently here at AHOW for 18 years,
retiring in 2017. After more than a year, she missed being part of a team that
is truly dedicated to the health and well being of these beloved animals.
Working on a limited basis, Judy is very happy to return to AHOW
and be a part of the team once again and reconnect with the wonderful
owners and their animals.
When not working, her passions include exercising at the "Y",
reading, walking and especially spending time and playing with her
six beautiful grandchildren and also attending their many sports