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Olivia Charles DVM – Owner Veterinarian

Olivia Charles DVM – Owner Veterinarian

I grew up in central Pennsylvania, spending a lot of time working on my grandparent’s dairy farm.  I graduated from Central Dauphin East High in 1995 and attended Penn State University where I earned a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Bioscience in 1999.  I worked at a local animal clinic for a year after graduation.

I earned my veterinary degree from Purdue University in 2004 and have been practicing small animal medicine ever since.  While I enjoy most aspects of veterinary medicine, soft tissue surgery and dentistry are my favorite.  I also enjoy working with and educating clients on ways to help their pets live longer, healthier lives. 

I reside in Dillsburg with my husband, 2 kids (a 12-year-old daughter and 10-year-old son), a 7-year-old Basset Hound named Peyton and a 2-year-old Australian Labradoodle named Norman who is my heart dog.  When I am not attending school functions, Boy/Girl Scout events or baseball/field hockey games, I enjoy attending Hershey Bear hockey games, making crafts/scrapbooking, reading, baking and cheering on Penn State. 

Eric Pienschke DVM – Owner Veterinarian

Eric Pienschke DVM – Owner Veterinarian

Dr. Pienschke grew up in York, PA but has since lived all over including Ohio, St. Kitts and Alabama.  

He earned a Bachelor’s Degree with Majors in Pre-Veterinary Medicine and Biology and Minors in Chemistry and Business Management from The University of Findlay. He then earned his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Ross University and transferred to Auburn University for his clinical year.  Dr. Pienschke has been in practice since 2013. 

Dr. Pienschke takes pride in treating every pet as if they were his own and enjoys both the surgical and medical aspect of Veterinary Medicine. 

He resided in York PA with his wife, 2 dogs, 3 horses, and 5 cats. When not at the clinic he is working on his farm. 

Dr. Pienschke is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association. 

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