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A Revolutionary Approach to Prevention

A Force For Good

Our Dream Team Is Growing

We don't like to brag, but...ah-hem...

Jaime Morey, B.V.M.S. has earned a reputation for being the Sherlock Holmes of veterinary medicine. She works tirelessly to connect the dots across the most complex cases to arrive at an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan. With a decade of experience working as a veterinarian, Dr. Morey's areas of focus include internal medicine, dentistry and dermatology. In addition to her surgical acumen, Dr. Morey is an avid proponent of prevention and enjoys providing clients with the tools needed to ensure a long and healthy life for their pets. Beyond her incredible veterinary skills, we think you'll agree, her infectious laughter and kind disposition make her a veterinarian that pets and clients love to be around. And rest assured small animal friends, your hero has just arrived. In addition to dogs and cats, Dr. Morey also treats rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters. We are both humbled and honored to welcome Dr. Morey to our team.

In one word, we can sum up Dr. Ramsey: FEARLESS. Ashley Ramsey, B.V.M.&S., was born to be a veterinarian. As a child she spent many a summer afternoon nursing abandoned wildlife back to health and heroically rehabilitated her own cocker spaniel after it was bit by a copperhead. With a decade of veterinary experience under her belt, she's come a long way since preparing tiny wooden splints for injured baby bunnies, and is a force to be reckoned with in the field of veterinary medicine. From Splenectomy to Gastrotomy, Dr. Ramsey tackles some of the most demanding surgeries with ease. She continually challenges herself to expand her ever-growing skill set, and her current areas of expertise include internal medicine, soft tissue surgery and anesthesia. Dr. Ramsey possesses the precision of a ninja, the courage of a warrior and the heart of a saint, and we are thrilled to have such an accomplished doctor on our team.

Alert! COVID-19 OPERATING PROCEDURES

As COVID-19 is spreading across the world, we are taking extra precautions to ensure your pets receive the care they need, while keeping all of you safe. So many of you have been impacted by this event, but we encourage all of you to remain vigilant.  Adhering to the guidelines set-forth by the governor will minimize the strain on our entire community. We will make it to the other side and be a stronger, better prepared community in the end.

Clients will remain inside their homes or cars

Typically, we invite all clients to be a part of the experience, however, keeping you safe is our top priority. For mobile clients, we will call upon arrival, collect your pet at your door or main entrance to your building, complete the exam on the truck, and return them back where we picked them up. We will call you after the appointment to communicate actions taken and provide you with any follow-up instructions. For Urgent Care patients, please download the Furdunkin app, and follow the instructions for remote check-in from your phone. If you do not have a smart phone, please call 717-844-0097 upon arrival. A team member will collect your pet at your car.

All mobile exams will take place on the truck

While it was previously possible to conduct wellness appointments in-home, we will need to temporarily suspend these actions until the situation is under control.

Extra sanitation measures

As always, we thoroughly clean all surfaces between appointments to avoid any contamination between pets. We are taking extra precautions as advised by the CDC to further mitigate additional risk, including avoiding contact with clients, sanitation of exterior truck surfaces/interior building surfaces, and increased use of personal protective gear in appointments.

Mandatory health assessment for staff

All staff will require temperature checks before departing for the day, and we are carefully monitoring any signs or symptoms of illness in our team and family members. Any team member exhibiting signs of illness will be tested and be required to self-quarantine as directed by the CDC. These employees will not return to work until cleared by a medical professional.

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