Dr. Caitlin Ferry is a PA native, who graduated from Cumberland Valley High
School in 2005. She continued her education receiving a B.S. in Biology
from Susquehanna University in 2010. After graduation, she worked as a
technician for both an equine and small animal veterinarian until beginning
veterinary school. Caitlin attended Ross University School of Veterinary
Medicine located on the island of St. Kitts in the West Indies. Upon
returning to the states with two new pets, a coconut retriever named Kealy
and a cat named Sophia, she completed her clinical year at Oklahoma State
University Veterinarian School. In 2015 she received her Doctor of
Veterinary Medicine degree from Ross University.
Dr. Ferry currently resides in Carlisle with her husband Neil, two island
pets, a horse named Goose and newest additions, a rescued Lab mix (Nate or
Tater) and rescued cat (Patch). In her spare time she enjoys horseback
riding and walking her dogs.
I grew up in Eastern Lebanon County, but I started my career as a Veterinary Technician in 2008 at a small animal practice in North Carolina, where I lived right by the beach for 5 years. I have worked at a couple of animal hospitals in the Lebanon area since returning to Pennsylvania. I have two crazy Huskies who keep me very busy. we spend most of my free time walking or hiking. I also have a fat orange cat named Macaroni.
Amanda is a graduate of Hershey High School, and attended Millersville University. Amanda started her career in the equine field, and splits her spare time between the barn and the Florida Keys.
Olivia was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She graduated from Burrell High School and then immediately went to the Vet Tech Institute in Pittsburgh and graduated in 2015. She has experience in general practice and emergency medicine. Olivia is the proud owner of Bubba the pug who enjoys sleeping and playing with his “Kitty” toy. She also has 2 beagles, Penny and Piper, who live at home with her parents. In her spare time, Olivia enjoys reading, binge watching TV shows on Netflix, and spending quality time with her boyfriend, Corey. She looks forward to a new and exciting chapter of her life at Hershire Animal Hospital.
Amanda graduated from YTI in 2018, earning an associates degree in veterinary specialty science. In the future, Amanda plans on earning a specialty in animal emergency medicine and possibly returning to school to become a veterinarian. In her spare time she likes to spend time with her son and daughter and enjoys camping and fishing. Amanda has 2 rescue pitbulls and a rescue cat, rat and bearded dragon.