|Monday||8:00am - 9:00pm|
|Tuesday||8:00am - 9:00pm|
|Wednesday||8:00am - 9:00pm|
|Thursday||8:00am - 9:00pm|
|Friday||8:00am - 9:00pm|
|Saturday||8:00am - 6:00pm|
|Sunday||11:00am - 3:00pm|
- Grooming for cats and dogs.
- Hill's Prescription Diets
- Unique Pet Boutique
- Veterinary Vaccinations
- New Pet Initial Visit
- Physical Exam
Welcome to Voorhees Veterinary Center!
Dr. Marc Rosenberg, who you may remember from his P.B.S television show "People Pets & Dr. Marc" on his radio shows on W.C.A.U, W.W.D.B, and K.Y.W, opened the Voorhees Veterinary Center in 1986. Dr. Rosenberg currently staffs six Veterinarians, graduates of the The University of Pennsylvania or Cornell University, all of whom bring unique skills to the hospital.
Dr. Rosenberg and the professional staff of the Voorhees Veterinary Center have strong commitments to the humane efforts of local shelters and rescue groups. In addition, Dr. Rosenberg has a long time association with The Humane Society of The United States, a relationship begun by his father, Dr. Sydney Rosenberg, who was instrumental in establishing the current New Jersey low cost spay neuter program.
The Veterinarians at The Voorhees Veterinary Center have special interests in the areas of veterinary dentistry, surgery, ophthalmology, orthopedics, cancer care and companion pet loss and grief support. These interests along with our comprehensive pet medical care allow our staff of professionals to help you help your pets.
*We're as wild about animals as you are!*
Marc A. Rosenberg, VMD is a 1971 graduate of The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Over the past 38 years, "Dr. Marc" has cared for the companion pets of southern New Jersey. In addition to holding the position of Director of The Voorhees Veterinary Center, Dr. Rosenberg is a sitting member and Vice President of The New Jersey Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.
Dr. Marc's numerous television and radio appearances were seen and heard by millions of pet owners. Perhaps most notably he hosted his own nationally seen Pbs television series, "People, Pets and Dr. Marc" and his radio show, "Speaking About Pets" aired weekly on Philadelphia's 1210 Wcau for eight years. Oprah Winfrey's had Dr. Marc on her show to discuss dealing with the death of a family pet as he authored Companion Animal Loss and Pet Owner Grief, a publication that has comforted many grieving pet owners in their time of need.
Dr. Marc is past President of The South Jersey Veterinary Medical Association and the recipient of The University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School's Award of Merit for Outstanding Contributions to Veterinary Medicine. He shares his home with his wife, their dogs, Idgie and Millie, and two cats, Orange Cat and Scooter.
Dr. Margaret Maggie McVeigh earned a BA from Beloit College in Wisconsin and her VMD from The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Before coming to The Voorhees Veterinary Center she was the Co-Director of The Veterinary Technician Program at Manor Junior College in Pennsylvania. She also held positions as a staff veterinarian at The Bridgewater Veterinary Hospital in Pennsylvania and The Vet Co Veterinary Clinic in Tabernacle, New Jersey.
Dr. McVeigh has a particular interest in Veterinary Dentistry and has taken extensive post doctoral training in this area. She is responsible for encouraging the acquisition of The Voorhess
Veterinary Center�s digital dental radiography equipment and state of the art dental technology.
Maggie has a personal interest in outdoor endeavors such as hiking and boating and has
had the opportunity to travel the globe. She has four grown children and lives in Haddonfield
with her husband and their mix breed, Gilly and their cat, Mr. Jing.
James Stephen Mason, VMD is a graduate of Rutgers University and The University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School. He went on to post doctoral training as an intern at the Bergh Memorial Hoaspital in New York City and served a residency in medicine at The Animal Medical Center in Manhattan.
Dr. Mason owned a veterinary clinic in New York City before coming to the South Jersey area to practice. He is an excellent veterinary diagnostician and surgeon with a particular interest in break through therapies for the treatment of cancer in pet patients. He advocates the use of both holistic and mainstream protocols in the treatment of cancer in the cat and dog.
Steve Mason has lived in Africa and has traveled to South America and Europe in the pursuit of his passion for Argentine tango dancing. He has been an integral member of The Voorhees Veterinary Center medical team for over twenty years.
Caroline Garzotto VMD, Dacvs is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine class of 1996. Prior to veterinary school, she was a computer engineer working in Pittsburgh before she finally embarked on her dream to become a veterinarian. After graduation from Penn, her interest in small animal surgery led her to an internship in a private practice in Connecticut, followed by a three year residency in small animal surgery at Tufts University and The Angell Memorial Hospital in Boston. After the residency she returned to her home state of New Jersey and spent a year as a lecturer at The Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital at The University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Garzotto became a Diplomate of The American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2001 and began working at a specialty practice for a few years before going back to the University of Pennsylvania in 2004. She is now an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Surgery at Penn where she runs both Soft Tissue and Orthopedic clinics and teaches veterinary students, interns and residents. Her special areas of interest include oncologic surgery and wound management.
She lives with her family in Haddonfield (husband, two daughters, one dog and three cats). Her hobbies include fixing up her old house, gardening and walking the dog around town.
Dr. Jessica Schoell is a 2004 graduate of University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Her professional interests include diagnostic imaging, soft tissue surgery, and emergency medicine.
She started her veterinary career in a small animal practice where she received hands- on training caring for exotic pets. However, the siren song of emergency veterinary medicine was too strong to ignore and she moved into emergency care full time after two years of general practice. After a few years of really strange working hours, she decided that a better sleeping schedule and improved family time was more important, and made the transition back to general practice (doing emergency from time to time).
In her free time, Dr. Schoell enjoys making jewelry, quilting, playing with her small pack of dogs, and chasing her two sons around the house.
Dr. Rose graduated from The University of Vermont with a degree in animal science and then went on to earn her degree in veterinary medicine from the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University. After veterinary school, she participated in a rotating internship in large animal medicine and surgery at The University of Tennessee. She then did a large animal surgery residency at The University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her master's degree.
After completing her residency, Dr. Rose practiced in mixed animal hospitals in Wisconsin and southern New Jersey before switching to small animal medicine and surgery. Her professional interests include emergency medicine and surgery. Outside of work, Dr. Rose lives with her four dogs (Dennis, Freeta, Ted and Honey Mustard) and three cats (Henry, Hannah, and Flash). Her interests include Olympic weight lifting, wood working, cooking, gardening and spending time outdoors.