We see a full spectrum of medical and surgical cases. We continuously try to improve our skills and upgrade our equipment. We attend conferences, discuss cases, and bring in consultants. Ultimately, the success of a practice is determined by the quality of the staff.
Jan is the conscience of the hospital. She makes our practice and our community a better place. She is our behavioral consultant and technical genius. In her spare time, Jan is a licensed full-time raptor rehabilitator. She loves horseback riding, helping others, and spending time with her family and friends.
Karen has 25 years experience working in veterinary hospitals. Her knowledge, skill, and delightful personality make her an integral part of our practice. She enjoys living in Milford with her family.
Christine loves animals. She brings her positive attitude to all creatures, great and small with four and two legs. She lives in Shohola on a homestead with children, husband, and a multitude of feathered and furry friends.
Ron has worked many jobs over the years. Helping to train bomb sniffing Labrador retrievers was his favorite. Now, working at the Milford Animal Hospital is a pleasure. Ron enjoys his flower and vegetable garden, cooking, tinkering, hiking with his dogs, and visiting with family.
Sue has a strong work ethic, is well organized and able to multitask. Her friendly personality insures an enjoyable experience for everyone who visits our hospital. Sue lives with her family in Dingmans Ferry.
RA Dubensky, DVM
Working with these ladies and gentleman is one very fortunate veterinarian, RA Dubensky, DVM. A frustrated farmer, he has raised a variety of animals including puppies, kittens, dairy calves, beef cattle, horses, pigs, chickens, turkeys, and geese. He has finally settled on his niche -- honey bees. When not obsessing about providing quality care for his patients, he is manufacturing and marketing his Soné Natural Reverse Osmosis machine and the Honey Squeeze.