Dr. Jennifer Fry
Chief of Staff
Dr. Jennifer Fry received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Susquehanna University in 1994 and her veterinary degree at University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. She is the owner and Chief of Staff at the Pottstown location. Dr. Fry strongly advocates for spay and neuter as well as preventive health care programs for pets. Dr. Fry has a strong interest in soft tissue surgery, nutrition, alternative medicine, animal behavior and pet supplements. She is the Executive Director of Fairchild "Feral Friends" Foundation and teaches a Veterinary Assistant class at Reading Area Community College. During her free time she enjoys going out to dinner with her parents and cuddling with her cats. Dr. Fry has 7 cats, 8 tortoises, and 2 rabbits. Dr. Fry also likes watching Broadway shows, gardening, making cat nip toys and riding her Pink Scooter around town!
Dr. Corey DiLella
Dr. Corey DiLella is a Philadelphia native and attended the W.B. Saul High School of Agricultural Sciences, majoring in animal science. She graduated Beaver College (now Arcadia University) in Glenside, PA with a Bachelor's degree in Biology. After that it was off to the West Indies to attend Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in Saint Kitts. During veterinary school, Dr. DiLella traveled to South Africa for a wildlife medicine course and enjoyed chasing rhinos and cape buffalo for a few weeks. She completed her clinical year at Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (Virginia Tech- GO HOKIES!) and graduated in 2005 as Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University. Dr. DiLella relocated to Berks county in 2005 and has been practicing small animal medicine in Berks and surrounding areas.
Dr. Lora Mengle
Dr. Mengle received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2012 from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Zoology and minor in music performance from Miami University in Oxford, OH in 2007. Her professional interests include surgery, dentistry, ultrasound and exotic animal medicine. Outside of work, she enjoys fishing, jewelry making, knitting and yoga. She resides with her two parakeets (Gummy and Chimera), two cockatiels (Petrie and Pearl), a bearded dragon (Sobe) and a rescued German shepherd (Lady).
Elisha earned a Bachelor of Psychology at Kutztown University in 2011 and is currently studying to become a certified veterinary technician. Hobbies include taking care of her many pet rats, chinchilla and 5 cats.