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Meet Our Vet Techs

Read about the background and experiences of our veterinary technicians at the Animal Hospital of Dauphin County so that you feel comfortable before you and your pet even arrive at your appointment!

Angela Bloch

joined the Animal Hospital of Dauphin County as a technician assistant in 2009. Angela studied business at Harrisburg Area Community College and biology at Lebanon Valley College. Angela’s professional interests include equine studies and small and large animal surgery. In her free time, Angela enjoys teaching riding lessons and attending horse shows. Angela has been married since 2008 and has three dogs (Chloe, Teak and Tyson), two cats (Mo and Cooper), and two horses (Willie and Mary Kae).

joined the Animal Hospital of Dauphin County as a technician assistant in 2009. Angela studied business at Harrisburg Area Community College and biology at Lebanon Valley Community College. Angela’s professional interests include equine studies and small and large animal surgery. In her free time, Angela enjoys teaching riding lessons and attending horse shows. Angela has been married since 2008 and has three dogs (Chloe, Teak and Tyson), two cats (Mo and Cooper), and two horses (Willie and Mary Kae). joined the Animal Hospital of Dauphin County as a technician assistant in 2009. Angela studied business at Harrisburg Area Community College and biology at Lebanon Valley Community College. Angela’s professional interests include equine studies and small and large animal surgery. In her free time, Angela enjoys teaching riding lessons and attending horse shows. Angela has been married since 2008 and has three dogs (Chloe, Teak and Tyson), two cats (Mo and Cooper), and two horses (Willie and Mary Kae).

Marah Eimer

joined the hospital in 2011 as a veterinary technician assistant. She earned an associate’s degree in biology from Harrisburg Area Community College, and is currently attending school to obtain her certification as a veterinarian technician and bachelor’s degree in biology. During her days off, Marah also volunteers at Helen Krause Animal Foundation in Dillsburg, and at Good Hope Farm in Hummelstown. Marah currently lives in Mechanicsburg and is the proud owner of an energetic husky-kelpie, and a pleasantly plump rabbit.

Megan Klawitter

joined The Animal Hospital of Dauphin County in April of 2013 as a Veterinary Technician. She earned an associates degree in veterinary technology from the Vet Tech Institute in Pittsburgh. In her free time, you will almost always find Megan at the dance studio with her closest friends. She also enjoys fishing, 4-wheeling and spending time with her family.

Leslie Ludwig C.V.T.

has worked at the Animal Hospital of Dauphin County since 1997. She began in the kennel, then worked as a tech assistant and is currently a veterinary technician. Leslie received her BS from Wilson College with a minor in biology. Married since 2005, Leslie gave birth to her daughter, Brooke, in 2009. Leslie enjoys skiing, jet skiing, rock crawling, gymnastics and spending time with her family. Leslie is also the proud owner of two dogs (Chase and Tyler) and three cats (Diva, Dawn and Bozo).

Kristin Rollins R.V.T.

is the supervising technician at the Animal Hospital of Dauphin County. She joined the hospital in 2011 as a Veterinary Technician. She is originally from Maryland and has worked in the veterinary field since 1991. Kris earned her associate degree in Veterinary Technology from the Community College of Baltimore County. She later graduated from Towson University with a Bachelor degree in allied health. Currently lives in Harrisburg with her fiancé and two feline girls, Missy Mae and Lila Lynn aka “Beans.” When possible she spends time with her two awesome nephews. Enjoys pilates, tai chi and traveling abroad. Kris’s favorite place to snowboard is Steamboat, favorite waterfall is Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, the last place she went scuba diving was Mozambique, and her favorite foods are surf and turf, red wine and tea.

Heather Zimmerman

joined our hospital in June 2012 and she has worked in the field for 5 years. She graduated from Hershey High in 2003. She lives with her husband and four dogs in Palmyra. Trax is a pitbull mix and is a trained protection dog that works with her husband Jared. The other three, Polar, Zara and Arya (the twins) are Cane Corsos. Zara and Arya are from the same litter and Polar and the ‘twins’ have the same mother. In her spare time Heather loves to spend time with her little family doing things outdoors. One of their favorite pastimes is hiking in the woods with their dogs. joined our hospital in June 2012 and she has worked in the field for 5 years. She graduated from Hershey High in 2003. She lives with her husband and four dogs in Palmyra. Trax is a pitbull mix and is a trained protection dog that works with her husband Jared. The other three, Polar, Zara and Arya (the twins) are Cane Corsos. Zara and Arya are from the same litter and polar and the ‘twins’ have the same mother. In her spare time Heather loves to spend time with her little family doing things outdoors. One of their favorite pastimes is hiking in the woods with their dogs.joined our hospital in June 2012 and she has worked in the field for 5 years. She graduated from Hershey High in 2003. She lives with her husband and four dogs in Palmyra. Trax is a pitbull mix and is a trained protection dog that works with her husband Jared. The other three, Polar, Zara and Arya (the twins) are Cane Corsos. Zara and Arya are from the same litter and polar and the ‘twins’ have the same mother. In her spare time Heather loves to spend time with her little family doing things outdoors. One of their favorite pastimes is hiking in the woods with their dogs.

Sarah Frederick

joined the hospital in 2014 as a veterinary technician assistant. She is currently working toward her associate’s degree for veterinary technician at YTI Career Institute of York and will be graduating from the program in August of 2015. Sarah is the proud owner of a very beautiful rambunctious Border Collie named Lilly and a very sassy cat named Allie. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys reading, writing, and art. She also enjoys rocking out to her favorite band Green Day and spending time with her friends.

Alyssa Mosher

joined the AHDC team in February 2015. Alyssa graduated from the York Technical Career Institute with an associates degree in veterinary technology in 2015. She then began working as a stable hand for an equine veterinarian before moving on to small animals. Alyssa has one dog (Jake), two cats (Molly and Toby), and one horse (Luke). In her free time Alyssa competes with her horse and enjoys trail riding. She also enjoys hiking, the outdoors, and spending time with friends.

Daenna Cerisini

joined AHDC in July 2015. She is a graduate of Vet Tech Institute in Pittsburgh, PA. After completing her externship at Washington State University, WA she started working at AHDC. Daenna’s special interests are in small animal surgery and anesthesia. She is the proud owner of a German shorthaired pointer (Boone), and two cats (Binx and Gatsby). In her free time she enjoys reading, music, and any type of outdoor sport or activity.

Samantha Sube C.V.T.

worked in animal shelter medicine for several years before joining AHDC in January 2015. Samantha studied Veterinary Medical Technology at Wilson College and graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science. She currently resides in Lebanon with her boyfriend and their 3 dogs – Macy Gray, a miniature poodle mix and 2 Catahoula Leopard Curs, Molly and Puppy. In her spare time, she enjoys country line dancing, crafting, and riding her motorcycle.