Dr. Donna Manderino was born and raised in Bergen County. She received her BS in Animal Science from Cook College, Rutgers University. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University in 1983. She completed her internship in surgery and medicine at Oradell Animal Hospital. She remained on staff from 1984-1991. She was one of the few veterinarians in New Jersey who was certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Companion Animal Medicine. Dr. Manderino was on the NJVMA State Board and was a Northern NJ Representative to the VMA. She was also involved with the Octoberwoman Foundation, which raised awareness and funds for Breast Cancer research. Dr. Manderino volunteered her time and expertise tending to the injured service dogs on September 11th. She is also actively involved with Tails of Hope Foundation & Finding One Another, an organization that supports working dog initiatives. Dr. Manderino also supports their program called the Youth Ambassador Program which mentors children interested in pursuing a career with working dogs. She assists them in raising funds, supplies and awareness for military, search and rescue and all types of service dogs. In her spare time she enjoys cooking, fine dining, horses and keeping current on veterinary issues. She resides in Bergen County with her husband, Louis.
Tracy De Meola received her Bachelor in Biology degree from Long Island University Southampton College. She then went to Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine for her Doctorate. Next, she completed an internship in medicine and surgery at Animal Medical Center in New York City. For the next five years, she had worked at a small animal practice in Manhattan’s East Village. She currently lives in New Jersey with her husband and son. They also share their home with her 6 year old Lilac Point Birman cat named Shanny. Dr. De Meola enjoys knitting, reading, traveling and photography.
Dr. Beth Rosenblum received her undergraduate degree from Boston College and her veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She has a special interest in internal medicine, pain management and is also performs acupuncture. She has volunteered her time on mission trips to Honduras and Costa Rica as part of a veterinary team caring for wildlife. Dr. Rosenblum lives in Hoboken with her husband, two daughters and rescued lab mix Daisy. In her spare time she likes to downhill ski, marathon run and read.