Jennifer Marvin, DVM and Duke
A 2006 Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine graduate, Dr. Marvin joined the team at Avon Animal Hospital in 2014. Dr. Marvin became the primary owner of the hospital in 2016 when Dr. Warriner semi-retired. She hopes to spend many years serving the needs of the community, their pets, and continuing the tradition of good quality medicine the practice has always offered.
Outside the office Dr. Marvin keeps busy with many projects. In nice weather you can most likely find her out and about with her pets or hitting the trails with her horse, Lind. She is a classical pianist and enjoys tinkering around the kitchen in her spare time.
Dr. Wayne Warriner Jr., DVM with wife Diane
Dr. Warriner is a proud Cornell University graduate from the class of 1967. He has served the pet population and their owners in Avon since 1986. He was president of the NYS Veterinary Medical Society (NYSVMS) and Veterinarian of the Year in 2008. He semi-retired in 2016 and is enjoying working part time as a veterinarian. He finds veterinary practice even more enjoyable now and still enjoys caring for the four legged members of the community.
He and his wife Diane are active members of the Avon community. They enjoy spending time with their children and grandchildren and hope to find some time for travel. Their cat, Elmo, rules the roost and keeps everyone on their toes.
Licensed Veterinary Technicians
Julie and Timber
Julie graduated from SUNY Alfred and started at Avon Animal Hospital in 2006. A licensed veterinary technician, Julie, assists throughout the hospital and manages many of day to day things required for hospital operations. The office would not run as smoothly without her. Outside of work she can most likely be found outdoors engaged in finishing some project. She enjoys spending time with her family and they all enjoy camping during the summer months. She can always be found with a faithful canine (dog) companion as her shadow and one of her partners in crime.
Sarah and Davey
Sarah graduated SUNY Alfred and joined the team in 2012 in order to help us to continue providing good quality medicine and service to our clients. As a licensed veterinary technician, she can be found assisting in many areas of the clinic, but especially enjoys working in the lab evaluating diagnostic samples. A self-proclaimed geek, outside the office she enjoys reading, painting, and video games. Her friendly kitty crew doubles as quite effective watch dogs. Enter her apartment at your own risk of bodily harm!
Sharon with Spex, Sooner and Skeeter
Sharon, a licensed veterinary technician, graduated from SUNY Delhi and works part time as part of the team at Avon Animal Hospital. She fulfills many roles within the hospital and her experience in the veterinary field is invaluable to ensuring we continue to provide the best care to patients. Outside work she enjoys reading, camping, and it is a well-documented fact that she can’t have a “normal” dog. Her current crew are participants in the local dog agility circuit though.
Stacey with Roscoe and Cassie
Stacey has worked part time as a receptionist at Avon Animal Hospital throughout the years, but returned to regular hours in 2016. Her efficient management of the front desk keep us all organized and running on schedule. She has a soft spot for all things furry and feathered. Outside the office she enjoys gardening and spending time with her family. During the warm weather months you can find her outside or even off camping with her nephews.
Rob with Midge
Rob is a preveterinary student who joined the team in 2018. He has plans to attend vet school starting in 2019 and is enjoying getting his feet wet in the day to day aspects of veterinary practice. He is the token guy at the office currently. Outside work you can find him busily studying, student teaching, or joining his family at civil war reenactments.
Elvira the Bed Warmer
Elvira is our hospital cat. Over 20 years old and almost completely toothless, she is in her glory being waited on around the office. She still likes to venture outside on the sunny days and beware she has even been known to try to catch a ride into town.