Dr. Kathy Tuhacek received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 2008, after earning an undergraduate degree at Delaware Valley University. Dr. Tuhacek specializes in nutrition, and also has a professional interest in animal medicine. She is a Perkasie, PA, native and has practiced veterinary medicine for 10 years.
Dr. Tuhacek is the proud owner of two Quarter Horses, two chocolate Labradors, and two cats. In addition to being a dedicated veterinarian, Dr. Tuhacek enjoys the hobbies of knitting, quilting, and gardening.
Dr. Maria Mick is an Associate Veterinarian at Dublin Veterinary Hospital in Perkasie, PA. She attended Drexel University for her Bachelor of Science degree in 2016 and went on to complete her Veterinariae Medicinae Doctoris (VMD) at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 2020. Her areas of professional interest include exotics, behavior, hospice and palliative care. Dr. Mick began working in the veterinary field in 2012 as a veterinary assistant. Being a veterinarian allows her to combine all three of her passions: a strong interest in medicine, passion for animals, and a love for helping people.
Dr. Mick grew up in Telford, PA and currently lives in Center City, Philadelphia with her cat, Bella; iguana, Barbie; two turtles, Princess and Happy; axolotl, Charcoal; and two hermit crabs, Swirly and Curly. When she is not practicing veterinary medicine, she enjoys exploring Philly, trying new restaurants, playing piano, and going to zoos and aquariums.
Dr. Mick says the best part of working in the veterinary field are helping different kinds of species. She loves how her attention can go from a dog, to a lizard, to a parrot, to an armadillo all in the same workday! She also enjoys how general practice can help her to develop close relationships with the owners and their pets.
Dr. Jacqueline Burke is an Associate Veterinarian at Dublin Veterinary Hospital in Perkasie, PA. Dr. Burke has been working in the veterinary industry since 1987 and has an impressive educational background. She triple-majored in biology, natural sciences, and French from Muhlenberg College in 1983 (Summa Cum Laude). Dr. Burke then went on to complete her VMD (Cum Laude) from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1987. Her areas of professional interest include surgery, imaging, and orthopedics, and she is also USDA accredited.
Dr. Burke was inspired to become a veterinarian due to her love of animals and interest in medical sciences. Growing up in the country, she cared for her horses, dog, and several pocket pets including mice and a rabbit. She says the best part of working in the veterinary field is so she can make a difference in the lives of pets and people by helping to alleviate discomfort and suffering, along with saving lives.
Originally from Stroudsburg, PA, she grew up in the Pocono Mountains and remained in the Philadelphia area after graduating veterinary school. She currently lives on a twelve-acre horse farmette in Perkiomenville which she designed herself in 2000. She enjoys spending time with her Jack Russell Terrier, Terra, cat, Rosie, registered Paint horse, Joani, and registered Appaloosa horse, Dude. When she isn't practicing quality veterinary medicine, you can find her horseback riding, hiking, canoeing, reading, and traveling.
Dr. Burke also has a passion for wildlife photography. She has traveled all over the world to photograph different species such as tigers, Komodo dragons, jaguars, gorillas, polar bears, macaws, and lemurs â€“ just to name a few! She has won several contests and awards for her wildlife photographs, several of which were recently used in a professionally published book about jaguars of the northern Pantanal.
A fun fact about Dr. Burke is that she has traveled to more than 50 countries so far and hopes to add to that list in years to come!
Julie Whitlock is the Practice Manager at Dublin Veterinary Hospital. She originally started her career in the medical field, and worked her way up from a medical assistant to lead medical assistant. After some time, she had the opportunity for a management role and immediately took to leading a team. Julie enjoys working with passionate people while learning new skills and helping to grow and develop a business. She is currently in the process of finishing her bachelor's degree in Business Administration through Stayer University. Julie was inspired to work in the veterinary industry because of her lifetime love of animals and enjoys observing the different creatures of nature out in their natural habitat.
When she is not managing Dublin Veterinary Hospital, Julie enjoys hanging out with her daughter, who also has a great passion for animals. She also shares a home with her four dogs, Lyla Pickles, Nala, Symba, and Phoenix.
Morgan is a Certified Veterinary Technician at Dublin Veterinary Hospital and graduated from the Veterinary Technician program at LCCC/NCC in 2017. She was drawn to the veterinary field by her love of saving wildlife after continuously finding snakes and frogs in her yard. She has a professional interest in exotics medicine and education clients. At home, Morgan has 2 Pomeranian mixes, Izzy and Poppy.
Jess is a Certified Veterinary Technician who graduated from the LCCC/NCCC Veterinary Nursing program and comes with nearly 7 years of experience in the veterinary field. She enjoys working with small animals and exotics as well as large animals, with a background as an equestrian and a passion for horses. She currently has three adorable male rats, Freddy, Jason and Michael, and a Bulldog/Boxer mix, Fiji. In her spare time, she enjoys riding ATVs, tending to her houseplants, and relaxing with a fresh cup of coffee and a Tim Burton classic.
Alexis is a Certified Veterinary Technician at Dublin Veterinary Hospital. She graduated with a degree in biology and a minor in entrepreneurship from Penn State Altoona. She has always had a love of animals and volunteered at a local zoo as well as worked at a kennel as a teenager. Her experiences working at the kennel, which included a clinic, helped her realized she wanted to become a Veterinary Technician. Alexis considers herself a crazy cat lady, and her areas of professional interest include anything regarding cats, especially their behavior and environment at home.
Outside of the hospital, Alexis can be found teaching a veterinary assistant course at a local college. She shares her home with her boyfriend and their twin tabby cats, Pickles and Bubbles.
Jenn is a Veterinary Assistant who holds a Bachelor's degree in Animal Science from Delaware Valley University and is attending the Veterinary Technician program at Northampton Community College. She was drawn to the veterinary field by her love of animals and passion for veterinary medicine. Her areas of professional interest include animal behavior and nutrition. Jenn is a Pennsylvania native and shares her home with 5 dogs, 2 cats, 3 Thoroughbred horses, chickens and ducks!
Caleigh is a Veterinary Assistant at Dublin Veterinary Hospital and is currently enrolled in Penn Foster's Certified Veterinary Technician program. She completed her undergrad at Delaware Valley University where she majored in small animal science and minored in psychology. She has a passion for exotics and is excited to continue learning more about them. At home, she has a Chinese Crested/Boston Terrier mix named Max, a cat named Ruby, and two bunnies named Pearl and Delilah. She is originally from New Jersey and has three cats named Oreo, Maybelline, and Kringle at her childhood home. Outside of the hospital, you can find Caleigh reading, playing video games, hiking, and anxiously waiting for Broadway to reopen.
Megan is a Veterinary Assistant at Dublin Veterinary Hospital and is currently attending Manor College's Veterinary Technician program. She received her Associates Degree in Biology in 2017, and is now completing her externships and taking her boards in December to become a Technician. Raised around animals her entire life, Megan has known she has wanted to work in the veterinary field since age 9. She enjoys many aspects of veterinary medicine and has a large passion for working with horses. After spending a few years working in general practice, she has grown a passion for small animal medicine as well.
She shares her home with her fiancé, a 3-year-old Rottweiler, a 2-year-old Beagle, and two cats. Megan and her fiancé have been together for 9 years and look forward to getting married in October 2021!
Amanda is the Lead Client Service Representative at Dublin Veterinary Hospital and is currently pursuing an office management degree at Montgomery County Community College. She knew she wanted to work in the veterinary field after pursuing a Girl Scout patch as a young girl and realized she could help both humans and animals in a veterinary hospital. She enjoys mixing her love of animals with her love of helping her community and found her passion in working in a veterinary hospital where can care for the animals as well as their families. Amanda shares her home with her husband, their dog, Molly, a few senior cats, and some very spoiled hermit crabs.
Ashlee is a Customer Service Representative at Dublin Veterinary Hospital and studied at Temple University's Tyler School of Art. A dog lover since a young age, Ashlee enjoys working with animals because you always learn something new. She enjoys learning about their behaviors and histories, and has a special interest in wild endangered animals and rare species. She and her fiancé are pet parents to a 5-year-old princess named Rosie Cotton, who also happens to be a Yorkipoo. Her other plant pets include succulents, jade, bamboo, and herbs.
Alex is a Customer Service Representative at Dublin Veterinary Hospital and a graduate of Delaware Valley University. He has a love of working with animals as well as helping people and enjoys supporting the world of human/pet relationships. Alex is soon-to-be married to his partner, Juniper, and has three cats at home named Asha Chi, Pippin, and Mars Bar.
Kim is a Customer Service Representative at Dublin Veterinary Hospital and has studied at Bucks County Community College as well as Lock Haven University. She has always loved working with and being around animals and her first job involved working at a horse farm where she took riding lessons. Kim really enjoys interacting with the clients at Dublin and seeing their pets get the help they need. She and her boyfriend are currently owned by three rescues, a dog named Bruce Wayne and two cats Tribble and Obi Wan Keno.
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