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Dr. Johnson is currently Medical Director of Stoney Creek Veterinary Hospital. A life-long resident of Ridley Township, Dr. Johnson graduated from Ridley High School and West Chester University and is a proud community member. Dr. Johnson loves that many of her clients are people she has known her whole life. "Ridley Township is as close to 'small town' as the Philadelphia suburbs can get," she laughs. Dr. Johnson attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 1993. After graduation, Dr. Johnson practiced in Glenolden, Delaware County, for 11 years before joining the Stoney Creek family.
Dr Johnson enjoys teaching other veterinarians and staff about pain management and anesthesia. She spends much of her time travelling to veterinary clinics in the tri-state area to teach sedation and anesthesia and she also travels nationally to lecture on acute and chronic pain management in small animals, orthopedic surgery in general practice, and the use of deep tissue laser therapy for the treatment of pain
When she has spare time, Dr Johnson enjoys relaxing on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay, where she unwinds with her husband, Gary and two beautiful daughters.
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Dr. Beth Henry:
Dr. Beth Henry has resided in Southeastern PA her whole life. After obtaining a degree in Biology from Albright College in Reading, PA, Dr. Henry graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1994 and practiced in two area veterinary hospitals before coming to Stoney Creek.
Dr. Henry enjoys the variety of general medicine and the bond between pets and their people. She loves getting to know her patients, their families and helping the relationship thrive.
In her spare time, Dr. Henry enjoys spending time with her husband and three children. This typically involves a lot of sports. She also enjoys the outdoors, peaceful lake vacations and family trips to the Outer Banks. Her family shares their home with two dogs, two cats, a guinea pig and hamster. She and her family recently raised a service-dog labrador puppy for The Seeing Eye!
Dr. Charles Dunn:
Dr. Dunn was born and raised in Delaware County and graduated from Monsignor Bonner High School. He received his Bachelor’s degree from University of Florida in 1992 and his veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1996. Dr. Dunn enjoys general practice with interests that include soft tissue surgery and dentistry. He likes to get to know the pets and their families, so everyone can work together to provide the best care. He lives in Media with his wife, Nancy, and their daughter, Sarah. The family pets include two dogs, two cats and a chinchilla. When not working, he enjoys coaching his daughter’s softball team and going to the gym.
Dr. Katie McIntyre:
Dr. McIntyre grew up in Chester County, Pennsylvania. She received her bachelor’s degree from Penn State University and her veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania. After graduating from veterinary school, she completed a rotating internship at the Veterinary Specialty Center of Delaware. Dr. McIntyre then practiced in Delaware at a small animal general practice for 6 years before joining Stoney Creek.
Dr. McIntyre enjoys getting to know you and your pets, and her role in keeping your pets happy and healthy through all stages of life. Her areas of interest include internal medicine, dermatology, and dentistry.
Dr. McIntyre lives in Kennett Square with her husband two sons, Logan and Parker. They have 2 dogs, Penny and Fenway, and a cat, Swiffer. Dr. McIntyre enjoys spending time with her family and her friends, traveling, and home improvement projects.
Dr. Tam Mengine:
Dr. Tam Mengine received her DVM degree from the NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003, and then completed a one-year rotating internship at Texas A&M University. Following her internship, she moved to Philadelphia, where she has worked as both an emergency clinician and a general practitioner. In 2010 Dr. Mengine became a founding member of the International Association of Animal Hospice and Palliative Care, and is currently a member of their Research Committee. In 2014, she became one of the few veterinarians in the area to achieve board-certification in Canine and Feline Practice, from the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. Dr. Mengine's special interests include all aspects of internal medicine, geriatric & hospice care, cardiology, and exotic animal medicine.
In her spare time, Dr. Mengine is active in Pals for Life, a local pet therapy organization, where she serves as a volunteer and board member. Her hobbies include gardening, hiking, traveling, and spending time with her family. Along with her human family, Dr. Mengine shares her home with three rescued canine companions - retired racing greyhound Belle, Cavalier King Charles spaniel Sung Kao, and cattle dog-mix Pip - as well as Emma the parrot, and two Red-eared Slider turtles.
Dr. Mandy Becker is a 2004 graduate of The School of Veterinary Medicine at The University of Pennsylvania. She practiced medicine in Media prior to joining the Stoney Creek Veterinary Hospital Staff.
She completed her undergraduate degree in Animal Bioscience at Pennsylvania State University. Dr Becker enjoys all aspects of General Practice, but especially enjoys Internal Medicine.
Dr. Becker Currently resides in Boothwyn with her husband, children and her pets Frankie the pug and Teddy the cat.