Dr. Susan has been with Hershire Animal Hospital since 2003 and is a graduate of the Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in Boston, MA. Dr. Susan has retired from general veterinary practice and focuses solely on veterinary acupuncture to enhance healing in her patients. She is dedicated to animal welfare and is a founding board member of The Susan Giblin Foundation for Animal Wellness and Welfare. Dr. Susan’s interests include yoga, snorkeling, and the Boston Red Sox. She lives in Mechanicsburg with her husband and two senior cats.
Dr. Susan Zhang grew up in New Jersey and attended NYU for her undergraduate studies before graduating from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. She completed a small animal rotating internship and then practiced in her hometown for a few years prior to moving out to California. She has since returned to the east coast and is excited to be at Hershire Animal Hospital. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, eating, hiking, and traveling. Her cat and dog, Cheerio and Tater,keep her plenty busy as well.
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.
Cara graduated from Wilson College with a bachelors of science in veterinary medical technology and a minor in business. She has worked for the last 5 years in the veterinary field (most pertaining to ER). She has 2 dogs (a whippet - Dalilah and cavapoo - Milo) and 3 cats ( Romeo, Moonshine, and Tigger). Cara used to be a professional figure skater (double gold medalist and national silver medalist for synchronized ice skating). In her spare time Cara likes to sell Mary Kay, camp, hike, and spend time with family.
Emily graduated from Dauphin County Technical School in June 2019 through their Adult Learning Veterinary Assistant program. She currently own 3 bull calves, multiple chickens, 1 border collie and 1 cat. Emily likes to spend her free time with her husband Dillion, daughter Savannah and their dog Sadie.