"Ask the Vet" is hosted by the doctors of Alliance Emergency Veterinary Clinic on Route 10 in Randolph- Doctor Lori Holland & Doctor Deborah Burke. They will be discussing a variety of pet-related topics from introducing new family members into the mix, to the importance of establishing hierarchy in the home, to behavioral and seasonal issues that impact your pets. Tune-in to learn more about how to recognize a true emergency situation, which human medications are poisonous to your animals, are annual check-ups as important as we are led to believe, and how safe are vaccinations for our pets. They will be taking calls during their show so feel free to join the conversation at 973-267-9687.
About the Doctors:
Dr. Lori Holland graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School in 1987. After working in a full-service medical day practice and a specialty feline-only practice for a number of years, she found her niche in emergency and critical care medicine. Alliance Emergency was opened in July of 1994 and has been a cornerstone of care in Morris County ever since. Doctor Holland raised her 6 children, 3 canine and 4 feline children while working nights, weekends and holidays ever since. "I believe that pet owners should be given all of the information available so that they have the tools needed to make an informed decision regarding their babies. That's the true marking of a medical team- mom, dad and the veterinarian." With the opening of our Wellness Center and the At-Home euthanasia services, Doctor Holland truly is able to offer care throughout every stage of your pet's life.
Dr. Deborah Burke grew up in Randolph, NJ and has been a part of the Alliance family since high school. She worked at AEVC as a technician until she graduated from Randolph High School, and then went on to Lehigh University to study Molecular Biology. After college she went to Atlantic Veterinary College on Prince Edward Island and earned a degree in Veterinary medicine. Doctor Burke has been practicing veterinary medicine for 17 years in Morris County. She lives in Randolph with her family and looks forward to many years here caring for your pets throughout their lives.