Berwyn Veterinary Center for Integrative Medicine

PO Box 123
Berwyn, PA 19312

(610)640-9188

www.berwynvetcenter.com

 

The Staff of Berwyn Vet Center 

Leah L. Whipple VMD, CVA, VWHM

Dr. Whipple left her home in the Boston area to attend the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.  She joined a multi-doctor practice on the Main Line after graduation.  In 1987 she established the Berwyn Veterinary Center in Berwyn Pa.  She became certified in veterinary acupuncture in 1998 and western herbal medicine in 2019 continuing her interest in alternative medicine.  When she is not at work she is feeding her passion for opera and tending her herb garden and native plantings. 

 

Kim Caiola CVT

Kim was born and raised in Ardmore, Pennsylvania. After graduating from Lower Merion High School, she earned her degree in Veterinary Technology from Harcum College. She joined the staff at Berwyn Veterinary Center in 1994. She is the head technician and the doctor's main assistant in surgery. Outside of work, Kim enjoys running, competing in triathlons, spending time with her dogs, cats, and chickens!

 

 

Emma Menapace

Emma has worked at Berwyn Veterinary Center for 8 years. She is currently the Therapy Laser Technician and Office Manager. She thoroughly enjoys laser therapy and seeing the difference it makes in arthritic patients.  In her spare time she enjoys gardening and taking care of her cats and ducks! 

 

 

 

 

Heather Nelton CVT

Heather graduated from the vet tech program at Harcum College in 2016 when she decided she wanted a career change.  She joined us shortly after.  She shares her home with her cat, Angus, and her two rabbits, Clover and Oliver.  Heather loves to spend her free time doing just about anything outside - hiking, biking, kayaking, gardening and camping!

 

Vicki Guy

Vicki has 25 years combined experience, 16 of those years as vet tech.  She started her career owning her own grooming business for 9 years before following her love for veterinary medicine.  Vicki had worked for 2 other veterinary hospitals before joining Berwyn Veterinary Center for Integrative Medicine in April 2019.  She is very interested in integrative medicine and looks forward to learning more on how to help animals more naturally.  Vicki currently has 6 dogs - Pudgie, Tuna, and Izzy the pitbulls, Bugs and Ding-Ding the chihuahuas and Junior the dachshund - and yes they all get along! In her spare time Vicki enjoys cooking, being outdoors, spending time with her husband and cruising around on their motorcycle.

Omi

Omi is a beautiful cat who came to us as a very sick kitten.  He enjoyed it here so much he never left! 

Vester

"I was sick on a Saturday and stopped in Berwyn Vet.  When I was feeling better I decided to stay!"