Edinburg Animal Hospital provides veterinary services to cats, dogs, and exotic pets (includes chickens, ducks and other poultry). They have an in-house diagnostic laboratory, digital radiology and an ultrasound machine.
Dr. Jennifer Fanders grew up in the Philadelphia area and has been practicing in NJ since graduating from the University of Minnesota in 1996. She enjoys preventative medicine & nutrition, surgery, dermatology & oncology (Treating cancer). Dr. Fanders also has a passion for exotic animal medicine and surgery with over 19 years of experience treating a variety of special pets. The list of interesting pets she cares for include rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, hamsters/gerbils, rats, ferrets, parrots, song birds, chickens, ducks, geese, swans, snakes, turtles/tortoises, lizards, hedgehogs, sugar gliders and many more! Jennifer & her husband, David, have two children, Genevieve & Henry. The Fanders Family also has a menagerie of pets: two dogs, Boo & Brigita, two parrots, Basil, an African Grey & Sage, an Eclectus parrot, four cats, Mew, Ray, Poppy & Angelica and two rats, Lorax & Ms. B. Her hobbies and interests include scrapbooking, reading science fiction & mystery novels, gardening, camping, medieval history, cooking and making aged cheeses at home.
Kerry Danielsen, DVM
I was 11 years old when I started work at a local riding stable, where I rode horses, mucked out stalls, fed, groomed and saddled horses, cleaned tack, and performed numerous other chores. It is fair to say I was partially brought up by the owners of Knoll Farm. When I was 14 the school horse I cared for was terribly wounded in the shoulder. The equine vet put me in charge of caring for the wound, and that experience truly set me on the path to veterinary medicine. Fast forward to my graduation from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1990, and I eventually settled at Edinburg in 2000 as a general practitioner and partner. In 2015 I became owner of Edinburg Animal Hospital. Along with practicing general medicine and surgery, I have strong interests in dentistry and behavioral counseling. I feel blessed for having a career I love, one that is so fulfilling, and involves animals every day. I have two grown children (Ryan and Alexandra), and 3 dogs. During my (limited) spare time, I enjoy traveling, outdoor activities, photography, reading, and I especially love training and competing in agility with my dogs. My older border collie Annie Oakley, recently deceased, was a 3 time champion, and I currently enjoy training my latest additions to the family, 2 border collies named Bowie and Kobe.