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Doylestown Veterinary Hospital welcomes associate veterinarian


Doylestown Veterinary Hospital & Holistic Pet Care has welcomed Dr. Wendy Zimmerman to the hospital team as an associate veterinarian.

Zimmerman brings extensive experience in canine rehabilitation and veterinary acupuncture to the practice, positioning her as another key asset in the growth of holistic pet care services. Her primary focus will be integrative medicine, merging traditional veterinary practices with holistic therapies to enhance overall patient care outcomes.

Zimmerman is a 2002 graduate from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and she received her undergraduate degree from Delaware Valley University. In 2006, she earned her certification in veterinary acupuncture from Chi University in Florida. Zimmerman also trained in canine rehabilitation at the University of Tennessee.

Zimmerman brings a wealth of experience to the practice, having dedicated part of her career to working with canine rehabilitation and acupuncture patients at Rau Animal Hospital in Glenside since 2008. Before joining Doylestown Veterinary Hospital, she spent eight years as a technical services veterinarian at Zoetis Animal Health. Prior to her role with Zoetis, Zimmerman successfully operated her own mobile veterinary practice for 13 years.

In addition, she served as an adjunct professor at Manor College, where she taught anatomy, physiology, and medical terminology in the veterinary technician program. Zimmerman’s passion for client education dates back to the early stages of her career when she worked part-time for Pet Food Direct (later acquired by, producing educational videos as part of their client outreach efforts.

Zimmerman is a Bucks County native from Langhorne. She and her husband have three children and an array of family pets. Their family includes three dogs, three Guinea pigs, a hamster, and a horse.

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