Meet Our Veterinarian

Meet Our Caring & Compassionate Veterinarian in West Grove, PA! 

We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!

Our compassion and care for your animals is shown throughout the office as we know how important they are to you; we consider our patients part of our family.

Our Veterinarian uses an integrated approach to the patient experience.  Our Veterinarians go through extensive training, obtain their certifications and degrees and have decades of experience.

Our Veterinarian and her team love the work they do and the animals. Come and visit us, see how well we will take care of your pets and you.

Please contact us to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members today!


Dr. Christine Meredith, VMD

Raised near Scranton, Dr. Christine Meredith is a Pennsylvania native who attended the University of Scranton and the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. From these schools, she has earned a bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in psychology and was the proud recipient of the Lynn M. Sammons award, respectively.

Dr. Meredith has owned and worked for groundbreaking and award-winning practices alike. She has participated in clinical development trials and built successful practices from the ground up. Dr. Meredith had spent years providing long and short-term relief services and practice management guidance for Companion Animal practitioners in Pennsylvania. For the last seven years, she has been the chief medical officer of Affinity Veterinary Center of Malvern, the 2019 Best of the Main Line Veterinary practice award winner.

She brings with her 20 years of firsthand clinical and real-life expertise and experience in managing senior cats and dogs. She also guides owners through at home care and difficult decisions with compassion and grace.


Dr. Leia Paul, DVM

Dr. Leia Paul has been in small animal practice since her graduation from Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. Her husband’s career path has taken her to many places—from Atlanta to Wisconsin to Maryland and finally to Delaware, where she has lived since 2007. She is very excited to join the New London team!

Dr. Paul grew up in southern Indiana and did her undergraduate studies at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta. She always knew she wanted to be a vet and enjoys the challenges and diversity that the profession offers. She loves the detective work of difficult medical cases, the artistic aspects of soft tissue surgery, and the relationships she forms with her clients and their furry children.

Dr. Paul and her husband live in North Wilmington with their two children, their three toy poodles, and their two cats. In her free time, Dr. Paul enjoys read and tending her many plants, especially her orchids!


Dr. Deborah Beck-Ross, DVM

Dr Beck received her veterinary degree from Texas A&M in 1984. She practiced in the area five years before coming to Penn Animal Hospital in 1989. She has called this practice her second home since then!

When not working, she enjoys weightlifting and to broaden her horizons, she takes an annual overseas trip to learn about other countries through Go Ahead Tours. She has an adult son and daughter, and cats as pets that keep her company at home.


Dr. Travis Meredith, DVM


Dr. Juliann Callan, DVM

Dr. Juliann Callan was born and raised in Staten Island, New York. She received her Bachelor of Science from University of Delaware in 2020. She attended The Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine and is graduating with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in May 2024. Dr. Callan’s professional interests include nutrition, ophthalmic emergencies, and senior care. In her free time. Dr. Callan enjoys yoga, traveling, and hiking with her dog- Kane.


Justyna Kwiecinska

Justyna Kwiecinska is a graduate of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. She was born in Poland and raised in the United States, completing her Bachelors of Science at University of Delaware before heading to Poland for vet school. She graduated vet school in spring of 2023 and started at New London Veterinary Center soon after. She has a tuxedo cat named Atticus and enjoys horseback riding in her free time.


Little Man

EMOTIONAL SUPPORT STAFF


Hi! My name is Little Man and I started working here 6 years ago. When I came to Penn Animal, it was apparent that my services were needed……desperately… and I was hired on the spot. I’ve been completely and utterly a work-aholic ever since without a moments rest. Needless to say, the ladies couldn’t do it without me and I am here for good and never going anywhere.
If you know of anyone that needs some support staff, don’t ask for me, I’m already booked with these crazy ladies.


CeeCee

EMOTIONAL SUPPORT STAFF


Hi, my name is Ceecee, short for Cecilia; meaning “the blind one”. I’m so happy to be apart of Penn Animal Hospital and boy do I love it here! I may not be the eyes of Penn Animal Hospital, but I am definitely the ears of it!! I hear everything! I guess the staff just needed another emotional supporter, since I’m a great listener! I really like my co-workers, they are very sweet & give me lots of toys. Little Man just loves me, we’re best buds. Little Man really needed me, so I was hired right away. I look forward to hearing everyone’s stories.


Bunni

EMOTIONAL SUPPORT STAFF


Hi! My name is Bunni & I am very shy but I am slowly coming out of my shell. I really like it here at Penn Animal Hosp., they feed me & talk really nice to me! It’s way better than being out in the wilderness! DQ is my cool uncle and he is my favorite( shhh!!! Don’t tell Little Man or CeeCee that, it might hurt their feelings!) I may stay at a distance but I love attention! I even started letting the staff pet me, it’s not as bad as I thought!