|Mon||9 AM - 7:30 PM|
|Tue||9 AM - 6 PM|
|Wed||9 AM - 7:30 PM|
|Thurs, Fri||9 AM - 6 PM|
|Sat||9 AM - 1 PM|
|550 Park Drive|
Boiling Springs, PA 17007
"Until he extends the circle of his compassion to all living things, man will not himself find peace." - Dr. Albert Schweitzer
Dr. Kathy Purcell
Dr. Kathy A. Purcell opened Boiling Springs Animal Hospital in 1989. She graduated from the College of William and Mary, and moved to Florida. She attended the University of Florida where she received her Masters and Veterinary Degrees. Dr. Purcell regularly attends monthly meetings that are designed to be on the cutting edge of modern veterinary medicine. She and her husband Ken have two daughters.
Dr. Karen Pittelli
Dr. Karen J. Pittelli joined the hospital in the latter half of 1990. Her undergraduate degree was earned at Penn State, and then she went to the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her Veterinary Degree. Dr. Pittelli comes from Baltimore, Maryland. One of the reasons that she chose our clinic is because of the size of our facility--she wanted to practice in a comfortable environment where you get to know the clients. Dr. Pittelli also attends monthly meetings. One of Dr. Pittelli’s lifelong hobbies is breeding, raising, and showing Shih Tzu’s.
Dr. Elizabeth Armentrout
Dr. Elizabeth Armentrout joined Boiling Springs Animal Hospital in January 2011. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland Baltimore County and her veterinary degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Armentrout is originally from Baltimore, Maryland. Prior to veterinary school, she spent 10 years as a veterinary technician. Currently, she lives in Spring Grove with her boyfriend and 2 dogs, Louie and Sasha.
Dr. Jeanine Staller
Dr. Jeanine Staller graduated from Colorado State University with her DVM in 1994 and moved to the area in 1998. She now lives in Enola with her husband, two sons and a daughter. She also has two Golden Retrievers, one cat, a fish, a frog and a gecko. Most of her free time is spent being a "hockey mom" with all three kids playing ice hockey.
Protect your dogs' feet when they are walking outside. Be sure to check your dog's pads for damage and if your dog is unaccustomed to walking take short trips at first.