About Dr. Danielle Frost

Dr. Danielle Frost is the founder and owner of Whitelands Animal Hospital. She was raised in South Dakota and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.

After college, she moved to Philadelphia to begin a career in the pharmaceutical industry. Initially, she worked as a research chemist for Johnson Matthey Inc. developing new pharmaceutical drugs and then she worked in compliance as an analytical chemist for the Food and Drug Administration.

Although she enjoyed math and science, her love of animals and her desire to help people were not fully satisfied in a chemistry career. So, she decided to combine these interests by pursuing a career in veterinary medicine and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 2002.

Since graduating from PENN, Dr. Frost has practiced medicine at several veterinary hospitals in the greater Philadelphia area including Glenolden Animal Hospital, Ivens Veterinary Hospital and Phoenixville Animal Hospital. Most of her patients are cats and dogs, but she has a strong interest and skill in working with birds and other exotic pets.

Dr. Frost is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Feline Practitioners, the Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association, and the Delaware Valley Academy of Veterinary Medicine. Her hobbies include going to the beach, watching the Phillies, cooking, reading, and running with her dog, Jet.

About Dr. Amy Parkman

A native of Massachusetts, Dr Amy Parkman graduated from the University of Amherst with a Bachelors in Animal Science in 2002. Prior to vet school, she studied nutrition at Drexel University, and worked as a nursing assistant in the Intensive Care Unit at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.

Along with Dr Frost, Dr Parkman graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. After 15 years at West Chester Veterinary Medical Center and West Chester Animal Emergency Center, she joined Dr Frost at Whitelands Animal Hospital in 2018.

After being adopted by her first “behavior challenged” dog, Chloe, Dr Parkman developed an interest in animal behavior. Other professional interests include internal medicine, nutrition, chronic illness management, and senior health and longevity programs.

Dr Parkman is very excited to encourage health and wellness to both Whitelands patients and families, and to spread this message to our local communities. She happily resides in Chester County with her husband, 2 teenagers, dogs, cats, and chickens. She enjoys yoga, hiking, biking, cooking, and spending time with friends and family.

Spay and Neuter Your Pets

Spaying and neutering are important for reducing pet overpopulation, and for the health and happiness of your pet. Discuss your options with Dr. Frost or Dr. Wolstenholme to make the right decision for your pet. 610-644-6996.

Robin Rescue

Today, one of Whitelands’ team members, Molly, discovered a robin fledgling in the grass. She immediately approached Dr. Frost, who went out to assess the situation. Dr. Frost felt that the bird was too young to be out of the nest, and recommended calling the Schuykill Wildlife Rehab Center for the best next steps. SWRC agreed with Dr. Frost’s assessment, and suggested that we try to find the nest to return the baby bird, or failing that, bring the baby to their Center in Philadelphia.

Molly managed to safely confine the hopping baby in a small cardboard box while another team member discovered a nest in a nearby tree. The mother robin began calling to the baby from a nearby pine tree. With the use of a ladder, Molly returned the baby to the nest, and then everyone rushed inside to see if the mother would return to her baby. After a few moments, the team observed the mother carefully make her way over to the nest. Within a few minutes, mama bird was digging up worms in the dirt and bringing food to her baby.

Many thanks to Molly, Dr. Frost, and the Schuykill Wildlife Rehab Center for their efforts in reuniting the Robin family! (And yes, that really is a shoe!)

Cats are better at hiding illnesses than dogs

Did you know there are 10 million more cats owned in America than dogs? Cats are also less likely than dogs to visit the veterinarian, but they’re good at hiding illnesses. May 7-13 is National Pet Week®. Why not celebrate by making sure your cat is receiving the preventive care he or she needs to lead a happy, healthy life? Please call us at 610-644-6996 to set up an appointment.