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.
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
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.
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
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