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Dr. Jeffrey Dill, Owner
Dr. Dill is from St Louis and attended the University of Missouri for an undergraduate degree in Animal Science. He received his DVM from the University of Missouri, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. He joined our practice in 2011 and took over ownership of the hospital in 2017. His special interests are emergency and critical care, as well as surgery.
While away from the hospital, Dr. Dill enjoys spending time with his fiancé Laura. They can be found hiking or skiing in the mountains. He also enjoys biking and running, and is passionate about the St. Louis Cardinals. He has a cat, Sam. He also has two dogs, Macy and Rex, which enjoy traveling with him as much as possible.
Dr. Thomas McGrath
Dr. McGrath is a native of the Hudson River Valley of New York. He received his BS from Cornell University and his MS, DVM and Ph.D. degrees from Texas A & M University. He has practiced in Pennsylvania since 1987 and had originally acquired Donegal Animal Hospital in 1993. His special interests are in surgery, especially orthopedic surgery.
When Dr. McGrath is not at the hospital, he is doing something outside: golfing, shooting sports, hiking, biking. His other interests are live music and fitness.
Dr. Cynthia Albright
Dr. Albright is a native of Lewisberry, PA. She received her BS from Lebanon Valley College and her VMD from the University of Pennsylvania College of Veterinary Medicine. Her special interest is internal medicine, including dermatology and cardiology.
Dr. Albright is the proud recipient of the 2006 Doris Day Animal Foundation's Kindred Spirit Award and is the only Pennsylvanian to be so honored. The award is given by the Foundation to individuals who have shown extraordinary compassion or kindness towards animals and who inspired others to follow their fine example. Dr. Albright is a cellist with the York Symphony Orchestra and The Andante Piano Trio. She enjoys running and gardening.
Dr. Christine Myer
Dr. Myer is a Lancaster County native and a Manheim Central High School graduate. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences from the University of Delaware and her DVM from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. Her special interests are preventative care and client education.
Outside of veterinary medicine, Dr. Myer enjoys spending time with her husband and their pets Roo, Finn and Kika. She also enjoys running, horseback riding, baking and photography.