Wyomissing Animal Hospital

35 Commerce Dr. Wyomissing, PA 19610
610-372-2121
In case of an after-hours emergency please contact the following emergency hospital:

Berks Animal Emergency and Referral Center
400 W Lancaster Ave
Reading, PA 19607
Phone: (610) 775-7535

 

wyomissing_aboutBanner

Meet Our Veterinarians

Get to know our team of veterinarians here at the Wyomissing Animal Hospital by reading their staff bios, so that you, and your pet, can be assured that you will have the best care possible for any of your pet’s health needs!

Wyomissing Vet Dr. Boyd Wagner

Dr. Boyd Wagner

Dr. Boyd Wagner was raised on a Berks county farm with animals of all species! He earned his BVMS degree from the University of Glasgow, Scotland (James Herriott’s alma mater) in 1985 and is a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (MRCVS). Dr. Wagner is a long time supporter of the Animal Rescue League of Berks County, and currently serves on their board. In his spare time Dr. Wagner enjoys rebuilding British racing cars, and racing them with his sons! He still lives on the farm he grew up on with his family, 5 dogs (two Brittany Spaniels, a Newfoundland, a Basset Hound and a French Bulldog) and 3 cats.

Dr. John Hampson, Wyomissing, PA

Dr. John Hampson

Dr. John Hampson is a native of Bethlehem, PA. He earned his VMD from the University of Pennsylvania in 1979, and has practiced veterinary medicine for more than twenty years. His clinical interests include both canine and feline internal medicine. He is active in the community and is involved with South Mountain YMCA, Conrad Weiser Rotary, and the Reading Symphony Orchestra. Dr. Hampson resides with his wife, son, and 2 cats in a mountain home.

Veterinarian Becker, Pennsylvania

Dr. Stephanie Becker

Dr. Stephanie Becker grew up in Delaware County, PA. She received her her Bachelor’s degree from Dickinson College and her VMD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Becker’s specialty is small animal internal medicine. She regularly participates in career days at local elementary, middle and junior/senior high schools. Dr. Becker also provides tours and programs at WAH to scout troops, elementary and pre-school groups as well as working individually with students completing various projects for school. In her free time, Dr. Becker enjoys spending time with her husband Dan, their two children, Erin and Eric, and their Goldendoodle, Kodiak.

Dr. Cindy Austin

Dr. Cindy DiBuono

Dr. Cindy DiBuono grew up in South Philadelphia where she always had at least one pet cat. She decided she wanted to be a veterinarian at a young age and her dream came true in 1992 when she graduated from the University of Pennsylvania. Her veterinary interests include internal medicine, dentistry, nutrition and dermatology. She joined the WAH staff in February 2006. Dr. DiBuono has been playing the violin since childhood and has performed with the Reading Pops and Philharmonic, local theater groups, and her church worship team. She also enjoys reading, biking, playing piano, and gardening. Dr. DiBuono lives with her two cats, Angel and Ringo.


Veterinarian Erin Flannery

Dr. Erin Flannery

Dr. Erin Flannery is a native of Berks county and graduate of Wyomissing High School. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Chestnut Hill College and her degree in veterinary medicine from the University College Dublin in Dublin, Ireland. Her special interests include small animal internal medicine and animal behavior. She currently resides in Wyomissing with her husband, two greyhounds and two cats.

Vet Dr. Ashley Ramsey

Dr. Ashley Ramsey

Dr. Ashley Ramsey is a native of Berks County. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Lehigh University, and received her veterinary medicine degree from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Her veterinary interests include anesthesia, surgery and dentistry. In her spare time she enjoys running with her Doberman, Gracie, snowboarding, and the great outdoors.

Dr. Jamie Morey

Dr. Jaime Morey

Dr. Jaime Morey joined the staff at Wyomissing Animal Hospital in 2012. Her previous positions in the veterinary field include: receptionist, kennel tech, and veterinary assistant. Dr. Morey grew up in Berks County and is a graduate of Governor Mifflin High School. She has a Bachelor of Science in biology from Albright College and received her veterinary medicine degree from the University of Glasgow in Scotland. Dr. Morey is an active volunteer with the Pennsylvania German Shorthaired Pointer Rescue. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Jesse, their son, Owen, their two Weimaraners, Benelli & Gio, and their German Shorthaired Pointer, Cooper.