Dr. Jacqueline H Menninger graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School in 1990 and went to work for a busy 10-doctor practice where she gained experience in surgery and medicine. She joined the Family Pet Clinic team and purchased the practice in 1996 from Dr. Blumhardt. She and her husband have two children, two grandchildren, and a Jack Russel named Lightning. In their spare time, they enjoy sailing.
Dr. Heather Kellermann joined the Family Pet Clinic family in 2018. She graduated from the Ross Unversity School of Veterinary Medicine, located on the island of St. Kitts in the Caribbean, and has worked at small animal practices in Mechanicsburg and Jenkintown, PA. At home she has a cute island dog from St. Kitts named Charlie, and four cats named Franklin Toesevelt, Eleanor, Bella, and Norbert.
Dr. Tobi Maser graduated from Ross University in 2006. She spent previous years working in New York as well as South Jersey where she spent 10 years at a 24-hour animal hospital. She joined the Family Pet Clinic family so she could help animals locally and be closer to family. She enjoys performing surgeries as well as dental procedures. She shares her home with her two children as well as a rescue cat and dog. She enjoys working out, being outdoors, and traveling in her spare time.
Originally from Kemblesville, PA, Dr. Danielle Forwood earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017. Dr. Forwood is Fear Free Certified with professional interests in pocket pet medicine, pain management, and anesthesiology/surgery. She currently shares her home in Cinnaminson, NJ with her husband, their dog, Cody, and guinea pig, Darla. Outside of the clinic she enjoys reading, gardening, and hiking. A fun fact about Dr. Forwood is that she once spent two weeks in Iquitos, Peru, a town that is only accessible by air or water, where she worked as a volunteer for a spay/neuter campaign.
Growing up riding and showing horses,Dr. Katelyn Painter always knew she wanted to work with animals. She graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017 and is Fear Free Certified. Her professional interests include behavior, soft-tissue surgery, and diagnostic imaging. She shares her home in Ewing, NJ with Sydney, a mixed breed dog she adopted during school, and Hedwig, a guinea pig. She enjoys hiking, traveling, going to see live music, and yoga in her spare time.
Dr. Jennifer Wintergrass earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2013 and graduated with highest honors. Her areas of professional interest include emergency care, critical care, ultrasound, internal medicine, and everything feline. Dr. Wintergrass began working in the veterinary field in 2006 as a kennel assistant and was inspired to become a veterinarian after her love of animals and caring for her first cat, "Madonna". She takes her job as a veterinarian very seriously and feels as though being a veterinarian has become part of her identity. Originally from Englishtown, New Jersey, she currently shares a home in Fishtown, Philadelphia with Peggy and Dinky, her two domestic short-haired cats. Outside of the clinic she loves spending time with friends, family, and pets. She also enjoys DIY projects, painting, arts and crafts, and video games.