I work at an animal hospital down in Roanoke, and am in town for the weekend for my sisters baby shower. They worked me in on a Saturday morning, which I know is a busy day, and the visit was quick and easy. Dr. Haney was very kind, and gentle with pepper and got blood results in a quick manor. The front desk staff was kind, the tech was kind, the assistants were all kind, overall I had an awesome visit, being on the other side of the spectrum.
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Dr. Bonnie Cline Dr. Cline graduated from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. She began her veterinary career as a mixed animal practitioner in Franklin, Virginia. After several years of working in the States, Dr. Cline moved to Southern Africa, where she worked as both a veterinarian and a professor at the University of North West. Dr. Cline returned to the States, married a wonderful man, and spent a year working and traveling throughout Africa and Australia.
She is now attending continuing education courses for abdominal and cardiac ultrasonography. Dr. Cline enjoys traveling, most outdoor activities, and raising her two beautiful children, Caleb and Sarah. Dr. Tom Haney Dr. Haney graduated from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (VA Tech) in 1996. He started his veterinary career as a mixed animal practitioner in rural Dinwiddie County, Virginia.
After getting married, he and his wife spent a year traveling and working throughout Africa and Australia. Dr. Haney joined Bon Air Animal Hospital full-time in 2005. His interests include orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, and general internal medicine. When not working, Dr. Haney enjoys spending time with his wife, Bonnie, and their two children, Caleb and Sarah. He enjoys running, fly-fishing, scuba diving, and just about any outdoor activity.
Dr. Seth Lipstock Dr. Seth Lipstock was born and raised in Richmond, VA. He received his veterinary degree from the Royal Veterinary College, London, England. He completed his Bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech in 2002, and prior to his veterinary career, Dr. Lipstock was a tennis professional at Salisbury Country Club in Midlothian, VA. His veterinary interests are limitless and his enthusiasm for the trade is contagious.
He, along with Dr. Cline, will also spay and castrate pet pigs and see sick chickens. Dr. Lipstock is married to his wonderful, radiant, amazing, forgiving, nurturing, and also pretty wife and equally passionate Orioles baseball fan Elizabeth, and they have an exuberant son named Jack born in 2016. They, along with the other doctors of Bon Air Animal Hospital, live in the Bon Air region and appreciate its wonderful community appeal.
Dr. Lipstock looks forward to the spring and summer when he gets to join his softball team on the field and walk around the James River Park System with his family. He and his wife also enjoy volunteering with the Dreamers Theater, a performing arts group for young adults with special needs. Dr. Cresta Jones Dr. Jones graduated from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (VA Tech) in 2001.
She spent two years practicing small animal medicine in San Francisco before returning to Richmond in 2013. Her interests include internal medicine, dermatology, soft tissue medicine, and traditional Chinese veterinary acupuncture and herbal medicine. When not at work, Dr. Jones enjoys spending time with her four daughters, taking walks/hikes, reading, gardening and cooking. She has been part of the Bon Air community for 5 years and was very excited to join the Bon Air Animal Hospital team in 2017.
Dr. Jennifer Corbin Dr. Corbin received her DVM at Virginia Tech in 2004 after earning an undergraduate degree in accounting from Virginia Tech. She has been working part-time at Bon Air Animal Hospital since the start of 2016 and fills in at other local animal hospitals. Her professional interests include internal medicine and feline medicine. Dr. Corbin is married and has three sons and two cats.
She enjoys watching her sons play sports, going to VT football games, spending time with her husband, traveling, exercising… and pugs – she loves pugs! She just completed her first marathon.