Dr. Karen Bullock - Veterinarian
Dr. Karen Bullock has been a veterinarian for twenty years in Sussex County. Clients appreciate her attention to detail and compassionate nature. She received her VMD from the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Veterinary Medicine in 1996 and has a BA in biology from Rutgers University. It has always been her dream to have her own hospital and she is very excited to have the opportunity to give the best care possible to your pets.
Dr. Monica Carriera - Veterinarian
Bio coming soon!
Tiffany - Office Manager/Receptionist
Tiffany was a Receptionist and Technician for several years before taking off to raise her children. She has now come back and found her second family at Wantage Veterinary Hospital. At home she has 3 dogs: Bella the Rotti, Guido the Bullmastiff, and Moe the French Mastiff Mix. Her cats are Fred, Eugene, and Soxx and last but not least we can't leave out Lola the Leopord Gecko.
As an animal enthusiast, Jaye has fostered or adopted everything from iguanas and chinchillas to rabbits, waterfowl and a fair amount of cats and dogs over the years. She has worked closely with the Humane Society as a foster parent and has incorporated pet therapy into her work with children, the elderly and the disabled. Jaye lives in New York with her husband and two children ant their pets Mel, Red, and Duck Knight.
Alysha started her career in the animal field in 2012. She has worked both as a receptionist and a technician. At home she has 2 dogs: Sequoia the hound and Ceelo the pitbull. She also has a hamster named Lint. When Alysha is not working she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking and camping.
Bianca started her path in veterinary medicine 17 years ago working with large and small animals. She worked emergency medicine for almost three years before finding her home here at Wantage Veterinary Hospital. Bianca lives on a farm with her family and horses, goats, chickens, dogs and cats. She also has also had turtles, a bearded dragon, geckos and other pocket pets.
Gina has been a small animal technician for three years and she really enjoys working every day with animals. She has a bachelor’s degree in
Equine Science and Management with a minor in Equine Rehabilitation. With a plan to become a large animal veterinarian, she knows that
working at Wantage Veterinary Hospital is a step in the right direction. Gina has worked with all animals from lizards and snakes to horses and
cows but outside of work Gina enjoys horseback riding, fishing, and kayaking.