Modern Medicine, Old-Fashioned Care
Meet Our Veterinarians and Staff
Dr. Ransome Weis, DVM
Dr. Laura Weis, DVM
Dr. Weis is also a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA), the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy (AVH), the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA), and the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP).
Dr. Lois Palin, VMD
Dr. David MacDonald, DVM, CVA, CVSMT
He is member of the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, the AHVMA, the AVMA and the PVMA.
Dr. Brittany Sembler, VMD
Dr. Sembler is a Bucks County native from Washington Crossing, PA. She and her fiancé have three cats: Gideon, Gamma & Beta. When Dr. Sembler is not caring for clients, she enjoys hiking, and creating jewelry. She also paints masquerade masks, a hobby that began as an art class project in high school.
Dr. Jerica Lugo, VMD
Specializing in soft tissue surgery and education, she is grateful to play a role in strengthening the bond between owner and pet. She also loves to help pets put aside their fears and realize that the veterinary office is not such a scary place, after all.
Raised in Connecticut (where she was surrounded by animals), Dr. Lugo and her husband previously lived in Philadelphia, before a friend introduced her to Bucks County and the Doylestown area.
When she is not practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Lugo enjoys spending time with her husband and the couple’s three senior animals: cats Panda and Storm, and a Boston Terrier mix named Annabelle. She enjoys hiking, knitting, and watching great films.
Dr. Mimi Fitchett, DVM
After veterinary school, Dr. Fitchett completed an internship at The Animal Medical Center in NY, NY. She was on the staff of the North Shore Animal League and served as the shelter medical director from 1996 to 1998. Dr. Fitchett has practiced at a few veterinary hospitals in the region since moving to Bucks County.
Originally from Maryland, Dr. Fitchett and her husband settled in Bucks County in 1998. The couple have a son and daughter as well as two dogs—a pug and a doodle (pictured with Atticus on his adoption day)—cats, chickens, and Guinea hens. The family also raised peacocks at one time.