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Colmar Veterinary Hospital is located in Colmar, PA and is conveniently located to serve the nearby Colmar, Hatfield, Lansdale, North Wales, Line Lexington, Chalfont, Montgomeryville areas. Our new facility was designed to provide your pets with the finest care.
Dr. Lynn Platt grew up in Lansdale, PA and attended North Penn High School. She received a BS in Animal Bioscience with honors in Dairy Science from the Schreyer's Scholars Program at Pennsylvania State University in 2001. Lynn received her degree in veterinary medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in 2005.
For the past 14 years, Dr. Platt has practiced small animal medicine in Bucks and Montgomery Counties. Her veterinary interests include dentistry, soft tissue surgery, integrative medicine and pocket pets. What Lynn enjoys most about veterinary medicine is guiding pet owners to provide the best care for their animals from kitten/puppyhood through the senior years.
Lynn currently lives in Ambler, PA with her husband Brian, children Madilyn and Aaron, and furry "kids" Rosie, the Toy Poodle, and Cinnamon & Cookie Crumb, the guinea pigs.
In addition to spending time with her family and friends, Lynn enjoys horseback riding, biking, hot yoga, swimming and gardening.
Colmar Veterinary Hospital will provide the highest quality veterinary care to all of our patients by treating each as our own while maintaining professionalism with our clients and team members.
Colmar Veterinary Hospital is dedicated to providing compassionate care, excellent customer service and current technologies and treatment plans to ensure the highest level of veterinary medicine while maintaining competitive pricing.
We encourage client communication, employee education and business development to stay current with advancements in veterinary medicine. We will strive to foster strong client relationships to assure each care plan is tailored to the individual patient and family.
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Dr. Jeanne Scarola grew up in Bucks County. Her undergraduate degree in Biology was completed at LaSalle University. From Philadelphia, she moved to New England and graduated in 1995 from (Cummings) Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. She completed a small animal internship in CT.
Dr. Scarola's background is in emergency medicine within the specialty environment. She has a special interest in cardiology and is proficient in soft tissue surgery and dentistry.
Dr. Scarola has been immersed in small animal practice for over 20 years. She values the opportunity that general practice affords to truly get to know clients and patients and the stories that bring them together.
She enjoys time at the NJ Shore with family and running two busy daughters to their activities. Dr. Scarola resides in Hatfield with her husband Matt, their girls and their family dog, Trapper.
Dr. Lynn Myers is a native of Williamsport, PA and attended Gettysburg College and earned a BA in chemistry in 1981, graduating with honors (Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude). She attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 1986. Dr. Myers then practiced equine medicine in southeastern New York State from 1986-1988 involved in neonatal intensive care and reproduction. In 1988 Dr. Myers joined a 3 person equine practice in the Bucks/Montgomery County area specializing in treating performance horses.
Although Dr. Myers loved her career in equine medicine, she also always enjoyed small animals and small animal medicine. In 1998 she opted to give up equine medicine and pursue a career in small animal medicine. She feels that this change of venue has allowed her professional life great variety and enjoyment.
Dr. Myers lives in Blue Bell with her husband Irv. She is an instrument-rated private pilot and also enjoys skiing, golf, scuba diving and hiking in her free time.
Patty graduated from Manor College in 1989 with a degree in veterinary technology and has been working in a veterinary office since the early 1980s. She has over 30 years of experience working with a variety of animals both large and small. Her special interests are dentistry, surgery, emergency and critical medicine and client education. She has over 18 years of experience in emergency medicine.
In her free time she enjoys hiking with her best canine friend Betty Montana, horseback riding and
gardening and spending time with her husband Marco and her 3 feline children Luigi, Patsy, and Willow.
Kelly graduated from the University of Tampa in 2003 with a B.S. in Exercise Science. In 2013, she made a career change and obtained a degree in Veterinary Technology from Hillsborough Community College in Plant City, Florida. Since then she has worked in small animal general practice in a variety of areas including outpatient, physical therapy/rehab, and surgery.
Kelly has a soft spot for special needs animals and in the past has fostered dogs with physical and behavioral issues.
Kelly currently lives in Warminster with her dogs Cujo, a Shih Tzu/Lhasa mix; Harley, a Catahoula/Husky mix; and her baby, Zekeapotomus, a deaf/blind Catahoula.
In her free time she likes to read, hang out with the pups, and spend time at the beach
Molly has been working in the veterinary field for 8 years as both a client care coordinator and a veterinary assistant. She joined the Colmar Veterinary Hospital team in March 2017. She spends her time at work assisting with patient care and educating clients.
Over the years she and her family have had a variety of animals including English Setters, a Boxer and a rescue cat.
Molly resides in Sellersville with her husband, Jeff and their son, Cason. In her free time Molly enjoys the outdoors, baking and spending time with her family.
Kadie graduated from Delaware Valley University with a major is Small Animal Science in 2011. Since then she has worked in the veterinary field as both a technician and at the front desk. She joined the Colmar staff in February 2019 and enjoys speaking with clients and wants to make sure everyone who walks through the door, whether 2 or 4 legged has an enjoyable experience. She grew up on a farm in the Hatfield area and loves all types of animals.
Kadie still resides in the North Penn area with her husband, 2 kids, and their 2 dogs and cat. In her spare time Kadie loves cooking, swimming, and spending time with her family.
Lisa has been working in the Veterinary field for the majority of her adult life. She relocated back to her hometown of Quakertown after attending the University of Kentucky for Equine Science and Business Management.
With experience working at the Philadelphia Zoo, Lisa is interested in learning about all walks of the animal kingdom.
She is currently studying to become a Certified Veterinary Technician and has an interest in Emergency and Critical Care for both large and small animals.
In her down time she can be found on any hiking trail with her dog Rasta and husband Tim or settling into their ‘off the grid’ lifestyle in the woods.
Nicholas found his passion early in life. At age 10, he knew he wanted to pursue a career in the animal field, and at age 14, began working in a kennel after school and on weekends. After graduating from North Penn Senior High School in 2002, he was promoted to Veterinary Technician, and worked his way up to Night Head Technician, thus, beginning his career. After 14 years, he joined another animal hospital to learn different techniques and better improve his knowledge of animal medicine. Nicholas joined Colmar Veterinary Hospital in April of 2019 where he brings 15+ years of Veterinary Technician experience with him.
He resides in Lansdale, PA with his best friend "Luee" a Boston terrier and "Humble-liss" a cat he adopted in his travels. He is an avid Philadelphia Sports Fan, and the Phillies tops his list. His hobbies include walking/hiking, riding his bike, watching movies, cooking, and participating in fantasy sports.
Sam graduated from Camden County College's Veterinary Technology program in 2019 with an associate's degree in applied science. She will be taking her VTNE in fall of 2019 to become a Certified Veterinary Technician.
She is interested in surgical medicine and procedures, dental procedures, animal husbandry, critical care, and client education.
Sam has devoted her time to animal care by volunteering at animal shelters, rescuing stray kittens, and pettsitting for friends, family, and clients.
Sam has a Domestic Short Hair cat named Sora, an Enchi Banana Ball Python named Yiga, a Betta fish, and a Goldfish. She can be found spending time with friends and family, playing video games, painting, and studying for her certification test in her spare time.
Savannah is a pre-veterinary biology student at Delaware Valley University graduating in 2020. She joined Colmar Veterinary Hospital in April 2019 as a veterinary assistant, helping in appointments and patient care.
Previously, Savannah volunteered at a spay/neuter clinic and also spent a summer learning from a mixed-practice integrative veterinarian.
Originally from Maine, Savannah moved to Pennsylvania to attend DelVal. Through a club at the university, she goes on trips twice a year to rebuild animal shelters across the country. She enjoys fishkeeping, riding her horse April, and all things outdoors.
Erin graduated from North Penn High School as well as the Nash Grooming Academy, Edgewater, NJ. She has consistently worked in grooming salons for the past 16 years, grooming dogs as well as cats.
Erin lives in North Wales with her husband, Jason as well as their three children, Hayley, Abby and Dylan, her three dogs, Jumba a Lab, Hans a French bulldog and TinkerBelle a Brussels Griffon and two cats, Stewie and Jack.
Erin enjoys camping at the beach as well as horseback riding.