The veterinarians and staff at Hudson Highlands Veterinary Medical Group provide your pet with the highest quality veterinary care available. Our "old-fashioned" values combined with our "state of the art" hospital allow us to offer the care that you expect for an important member of your family. Veterinary services at Hudson Highlands Veterinary Medical Group include regular or "General Practice" services as well as advanced medical and surgical care with our "Specialty Practice" or "Referral services".
Our veterinarians have extensive knowledge in primary and advanced medical care, routine and advanced surgical procedures, and access to cutting edge diagnostic tools. General Practice services are available at both our Beacon and Hopewell Junction locations, our Specialty Practice sees patients at the Hopewell Junction site only. Call us today. We are ready to answer your questions and quickly schedule your pet's appointment.
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Jonathan Trail, DVMDr. Jonathan L. Trail is a life-long resident of South Jersey and a graduate of Mainland Regional High School in Linwood, NJ. He graduated from West Chester University in 2001 with a Bachelors of Science in Biology and from there he attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated with high honors in 2005. After completion of clinics at the Veterinary Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, he worked for a year at The Veterinary Emergency Clinic in Staten Island, NY.
At that time, Dr Trail joined Gloucester County Animal Hospital in 2006 and is now owner of the practice. Dr Trail is very dedicated to Gloucester County Animal Hospital and is continuing the excellent services that the hospital has provided for its clients for many years. His professional interests include internal medicine, surgery and diagnostic imaging particularly ultrasound. Dr. Trail also enjoys off-roading in his Jeep, watching football and relaxing with his wife Lori, beautiful daughters Giovina and Sonora, two dogs Beanie and Brody and two cats Grayson and Greenleigh.
Robert W. Stewart, JR., VMD Robert W. Stewart, Jr., VMD, grew up in Bethlehem, PA, spending countless hours at his father’s veterinary hospital as a volunteer, kennel worker, and assistant. It is here that he realized his passion for caring for pets and the people attached to them. He graduated in 1994 from Washington & Jefferson College with a B.A. in Biology, and then in 1999 from The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
Since graduation, he has been working in small animal medicine in PA until recently joining the family at Gloucester County Animal Hospital. His professional interests include soft tissue surgery and internal medicine. Dr. Stewart has a passionate interest in preventative and geriatric care, including the management of chronic disease. As an alumnus of Penn Vet he is actively involved with the school as a founding member of the Dean’s Alumni Council and member of the the Opportunity Scholarship Committee.
In his free time, Dr. Stewart enjoys spending time with family and friends, riding his motorcycle, sporting clay and target shooting and watching sports and movies. He and his wife, Tonya, live with their trouble making, but lovable cat, Murphy. Greg Kushner, DVM Dr. Gregory B. Kushner is a South Jersey native raised in Moorestown. He soon traveled the world for education as he graduated from McGill University in Montreal, Canada with a Bachelors in Agricultural Science.
Then traveled to Grenada, West Indies to start Veterinary school at St. George’s University where he graduated with honors in 2016. Dr. Kushner’s aptitude for travel has strengthened his understanding of veterinary medicine throughout his career. In 2016, he became certified by the USDA to protect global transmission of disease by evaluating household pets for worldwide travel. When Dr. Kushner is not traveling abroad, he is home with his two dogs, Tootsie and Tai, and his cat named Cheeky.
Dr. Kushner likes to spend his free time gardening and cooking with his garden fresh vegetables. He’s internationally known for his fajitas and guacamole, and locally known for his heirloom tomato pasta sauce. Janine Delia, DVM Dr. Janine Delia received her undergraduate degree from Stockton University in 2008 and her veterinary degree from Purdue University in 2012. After working in Chicago for several years and she recently moved back to South Jersey to be with her family.
Dr. Delia grew up in Washington Township with her parents and sister and now resides in Gloucester City with her husband and bullmastiff named Jax. Her free time is spent at the gym, cooking or going to the beach. She also enjoys spending time with family and friends on the weekends. Professionally, Dr. Delia is interested in canine gastrointestinal disease and both feline and canine dentistry. Happy to be back in Jersey, she cannot wait to meet all of the clients and patients at Gloucester County Animal Hospital.
Lori Trail, CVT, VTS (Anes/Analgesia) Lori was born and raised in Drexel Hill, PA. After graduating from Archbishop Prendergast High School, she attended Harcum Junior College for Veterinary Nursing. After graduation in 1999, Lori worked in the anesthesia department at the University of Pennsylvania Small Animal Hospital in Philadelphia. During that time Lori studied and passed the exam to become a Certified Veterinary Technician Anesthetist performing anesthesia on various critical cases including kidney transplants, brain surgeries and exotic animal procedures involving animals from the Philadelphia Zoo.
Lori met Dr. Trail in 2005 during his clinical year at the University of Penn and in April 2008, they were married. Lori joined the family at Gloucester County Animal Hospital in 2008 as a certified technician and anesthetist. She brings a depth of experience in anesthesia with specialized skills in pain management, critical care, patient monitoring and phlebotomy. Lori and Dr. Trail have 2 daughters Giovina and Sonora, along with 2 dogs Beanie and Brody and 2 cats Grayson and Greenleigh.
Jenna Hanley, CVT Jenna completed tech school and received her Certified Veterinary Technican degree at Camden County College in 2011. Native to South Jersey, Jenna has worked at Gloucester County Animal Hospital since 2006. Jenna shares her home with her husband Jim, and their handsome son Ben. Jenna Heinze, CVT Jenna was born and raised in Montgomery County, Pa. Her love of animals was known early on as she helped her mom take care of the horses, chickens, goats, dogs and various other pets and was always finding wildlife to bring home.
Jenna is a graduate of Harcum College in Bryn Mawr, Pa in 2002 with a degree as a veterinary technician and passed her state licensing exam the same year. She has worked at the University Of Pennsylvania Veterinary hospital where she anesthetized and sedated dogs, cats and some exotic pets for a variety of procedures. Thoracic surgeries were her favorite challenge. Since 2007 she has worked full time at the Philadelphia Zoo where she gets to use her anesthesia skills on more exotic animals including lions, bears, snakes and frogs.
Her favorite animals to work with there are the carnivores and reptiles. She joined the GCAH team part-time in 2015 and enjoys getting to still see dog and cat patients once or twice a month! Jenna currently resides in Delaware County, Pa with her husband, 2 dogs, 3 cats and a bearded dragon. Heather Murphy, CVT Joining Gloucester County Animal Hospital in 1999 has allowed Heather to combine her love of animals and her medical training.
In 1995, she graduated from Omega Institute of Technology with a degree in medical assisting and phlebotomy. In 2003 Heather received her certification as a Veterinary Technician from Camden County College with an Associate’s degree in Applied Science. Heather enjoys all aspects of her job from taking radiographs and caring for hospitalized patients to educating clients on how to care for their pets.
She loves to spoil every animal that comes in the door by always giving them the extra TLC. At home, Heather enjoys quality time with her husband Larry and 2 daughters Riley and Lexy, and their dog Nazzie. Stacey Reiling, CVT, VTS (Anes/Analgesia), CVPP At a very young age Stacey knew she wanted to work with animals when her local vet wouldn’t help her out with her hamster. At the age of 17 she started her career at the ground level working in the kennels at a Hopewell Veterinary Hospital.
After graduating from high school she got her degree in Veterinary Technology from Harcum College. Stacey became a Certified Veterinary Technician and got hired on at the Veterinary Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Stacey worked there for close to 10 years before broadening her horizons at other animal hospitals. Throughout her career she continues her education and accomplished a Veterinary Technician Specialty in Anesthesia and Analgesia, and became a Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner and even took a course and received a grooming certificate.
Now she loves to work at animal hospitals that put the animals care first unlike her childhood experience that lead her down this path. Eileen Wiest, BA, CVT. & Practice Manager Growing up with dogs in the household helped Eileen develop a nurturing attitude towards animals. It surprised no one in her family when she chose a career in the veterinary field. While working at Doggie World Daycare as a canine caretaker for 10 years, Eileen graduated from Temple University in 2000 with a Bachelor’s degree in Arts and Science, and then graduated, with Honors, from the veterinary technology program at Harcum College in 2003.
After working as a veterinary assistant at Cottman Animal Hospital in Philadelphia, Eileen moved on to the University of Pennsylvania’s Veterinary Hospital as an anesthesia technician. There she anesthetized and sedated dogs, cats, ferrets, birds, reptiles, snakes, exotic zoo animals and fish! While at UPenn, she sharpened her critical care nursing skills as a nurse in the Intensive Care Unit. Eileen joined the family at Gloucester County Animal Hospital in 2012 and is now Practice Manager.
She brings to us her skills in surgery, anesthesia and emergency care. She is owned by her cat Velcro! Jennifer Wickward, CVT Jen was born and raised in South Jersey, and attended high school in Medford. She received her certification as a Veterinary Technician in 2011 from Camden County College and joined the family of Gloucester County Animal Hospital in 2005. Jen and her family live with 2 dogs, Meatball and Lily.