Dr. Andrew Greendorfer
Andrew Greendorfer, DVM received his Bachelor’s degree from Purdue University in 1996 and graduated cum laude from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn University in 2007. He was awarded the Astra Davis/James Holliday and Carroll Awards in Veterinary Medicine. His veterinary interests include dentistry, dermatology, and endocrine disease. Andrew worked as a general practitioner at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital and Belle Mead Animal Hospital prior to coming to Lambertville.
Dr. Jessica Greendorfer
Jessica Greendorfer, PhD, DVM received her Bachelor’s degree from Purdue University in 1996. She received a doctorate in Biochemistry from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2004. She graduated summa cum laude from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn University in 2006. She received the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society Senior Student Award, the AAHA Senior Student Award and the Merck Veterinary Manual Award. Jessica worked as an emergency veterinarian in Alabama and New Jersey prior to coming to Lambertville. She enjoys both general practice and emergency medicine.
The Greendorfers attended high school together in Maplewood, NJ and were married in 1998. They have two wonderful daughters, Katie and Sara, three dogs, and three cats. They spend most of their free time with their kids (often going to and from dance, gymnastics, and music lessons). They enjoy music, Rangers hockey, and reading.
Laurie has been at LAH since January 1990 as a certified veterinary technician. She received her associate’s degree in veterinary technology from SUNY at Delhi and recently received her certification in Fear Free handling. She lives in town where she and her husband raised four boys and a daughter who now are almost all grown up. Currently she shares their home with an 80 lb. Golden Doodle, Hayley, and two cats, Oreo and Jinx. She enjoys her beach house in Florida, painting, reading and cooking.
Laura is originally from California and moved to the East Coast in 2003. She was the Mobile Adoption Coordinator for the Pasadena Humane Society and drove a 28-foot RV, filled with animals and volunteers, to local adoption events. In addition, she helped develop and ran the low-cost spay and neuter clinic, the TNR program, assisted in puppy training classes and hosted their cable television show “Pet Pals.” She also worked at an emergency animal hospital as the assistant office manager. Laura has an MFA in acting from American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco and has worked in both television and professional theater. In her spare time Laura has been performing at local community theaters. She lives in Lambertville with her husband, 4 cats (Noodle, Oscar, Periwinkle, and Samaje P. Shortcake) and Ruby, her never-a-dull-moment, red-headed Aussie.
Cathy has been working with LAH since 2007. Cathy and her husband Barry are lifelong residents of Lambertville. She has a grown son and daughter and one grandson. She is an avid golfer and enjoys sewing, crocheting, and reading. Cathy has no pets at this time, but enjoys spending time with her “grand-bird” Rosie. In the past she has shared her life with an Irish Wolfhound (Erin), Labrador Retriever (Mulligan), three cats (Misty, Buttercup and Suzanne) and one 18 year-old Goldfish (Goldie).
Molly graduated from Penn State University with a B.S. in Veterinary and Biomedical Science. She began working as a vet assistant at LAH in September 2012. She started vet school in the fall of 2014 and plans on becoming a small animal veterinarian. In her free time, Molly enjoys many outdoor activities including rock climbing, mountain biking, and hiking with her two dogs, Lexi and Pixie.
Like the rest of the Lambertville Animal Hospital staff, Jessica is an avid animal lover. Her interests include learning about and photographing natural subjects, especially the wildlife near her home in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Currently Jessica is an Environmental Studies major and Biology minor at Temple University. In the future, she hopes to pursue a career involving wildlife conservation and rehabilitation.
Steve was once a stray cat whose rescuer could not keep him. He was brought to LAH because he could not move his limp tail and could not urinate normally. Drs. Andrew and Jessica diagnosed a sacral avulsion – an injury where his dislocated tail pulled on the nerves controlling his bladder and prevented normal urination. Dr. Andrew amputated his tail to relieve the pressure on his nerves and Steve is now back to normal. Steve was given a chance to live in a new home, but hid in the basement until he was brought back to LAH, where he was overjoyed to see the doctors, staff, and Gus again. Steve enjoys stealing Laura’s toast, lying on the doctors’ keyboards when they are trying to type, and scratching on the exam room doors during appointments.
Gus is a handsome grey domestic shorthair who came to LAH in the winter of 2010. He used to live in a home, but found the hustle and bustle of small children too stressful. Gus is happier living at the hospital and spends most of his time in his custom-made window seat. His hobbies include chasing a laser pointer, slow motion tag with Steve, and flirting with female cats (especially overweight ones) in the treatment area. Gus has also been an overweight fellow, but started a strict diet in 2012. He has lost more than 6 pounds and just has a little more weight to go to meet his goal.