Doctors

 

Dr. Keith Harvey

founded what is now Butler Veterinary Associates and Emergency Center in 1992. He is a 1985 graduate of the Pennsylvania State University and a 1989 graduate of Purdue University’s School of Veterinary Medicine. His areas of interest include orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, ultrasound and radiology.  Dr Harvey grew up on a dairy farm in Sarver and has a hobby beef farm near Butler that his wife and six children and step-children help tend.  They raise Angus cattle and show them at local fairs.  His other hobbies are fishing and watching football-Steelers and Nittany Lions, of course.

Dr. Amy Wilson

has been an associate veterinarian with Butler Veterinary Associates since 1999 and co-owner since 2003. She received her undergraduate degree from Penn State and her Doctor of Medicine degree from University of Missouri-Columbia. Dr. Wilson lives in a nearby community with her husband, numerous pets including dogs, cats and birds. She spends her spare time gardening, traveling and spoiling her niece and nephews. Dr. Wilson has an interest in behavior and is involved in our puppy class development.

Dr. Kimberly Berry

has been an associate veterinarian with Butler Veterinary Associates since 2002 but has been a practicing veterinarian since 1990. She received both her undergraduate degree and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Purdue University. Dr. Berry lives in a nearby rural community with her 3 large dogs and numerous Cornish Rex cats. She also has 3 horses in the barn with her many rabbits. In her spare time she shows her dogs, rabbits or cats at nearby shows (and some not so nearby shows!). She has a special interest in behavior, weight management programs for pets, and pocket pets.

Dr. Jennifer Lee

started with us in June of 2011.  A Sarver native, she is excited to be back in the area. Dr. Lee started her veterinary career by getting her veterinary technician certification. She worked for the Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Clinic in numerous departments including surgery, emergency and ophthalmology. After graduating from Purdue, she moved on to Kansas State University where she received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. She is excited to start her career as a doctor in the veterinary field with mentors that share her enthusiasm.   Dr. Lee shares her home with a very excited black lab, Stella.  She has special interests in internal medicine, preventative medicine, dentistry and surgery.

Dr. Jennifer Kennedy

JenniferRobinsonDr. Kennedy is a recent graduate of Ross University.  She attended Allegheny College for her undergrad studies in Biology and Chemistry.  Dr. Kennedy grew up on a small beef cattle farm.  She has special interests in Emergency Care, Critical Care, and Internal Medicine.  Dr. Kennedy will be marrying her high school sweetheart later this year!  The newlyweds will share their home with Axel, a 15 week old American Bulldog Mix.

 Dr. Kate Boatright

Dr. BoatrightDr. Boatright graduated from Hiram College in 2009 with a BA in Neuro Science and minors in writing and biology.  She graduated in 2013 from the University of Pennsylvania Vet School.  She has interests in Surgery, Dentistry, Neurology, and Internal Medicine.  Dr. Boatright enjoys horseback riding, reading, cross stitch, and movies.  She and her husband, Cory, reside in Grove City with their three cats.

 Dr. Jonathan Dohanich

Dr. Dohanich is originally from Beaver County and currently resides there with his wife Leanna, also a veterinarian, and two sons named Jarren and David. He earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from Penn State University and his doctorate of veterinary medicine (DVM) from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine located in Blacksburg, VA. Originally trained as a food animal veterinarian, Dr. Dohanich practiced large animal medicine/surgery for nearly two years and subsequently worked as a public health veterinarian/meat inspector for the USDA before fully transitioning to small animal practice. His professional interests include dentistry and emergency medicine/surgery. He further enjoys learning about marine mammals. A lifelong ice hockey player and fan, Dr. Dohanich played for the Nittany Lion Icers at Penn State before they transitioned to the NCAA. He also lived in Haiti for over a year prior to going to veterinary college, speaks Haitian Creole, and has been involved with a number of Catholic ministries in Haiti for the last 17 years. He enjoys hiking and bike riding with his family, reading, and learning about personal finance. The Dohanich family has a Decker rat terrier named Duncan and an elderly tortoise-shell cat named Annie.

 

 

 

 

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