BRIAN T. VOYNICK, D.V.M., C.V.A.
Dr. Brian T. Voynick is the owner and director of the American Animal Hospital. His fields of interest are in diagnostics medicine, endoscopy and alternative medicine. He is a renowned certified veterinary acupuncturist, with a special interest in chinese herbal medicine. Dr. Voynick’s mastery of this remarkable healing art relieves pets’ chronic pain to give them longer, happier lives. Clients and their pets find the treatments to be pain-free and relaxing.
He has served as chairman of the New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association Ethics and Grievance Committee as well as president of the Randolph Area Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Voynick enjoys hosting the Pet Stop on News 12 New Jersey and spending time with his friends and family.
“THE PET STOP” WITH DR. BRIAN T. VOYNICK
Tune into News 12 New Jersey’s “The Pet Stop” for a visit with Dr. Voynick. The show features stories about pet health care, with special guests from all parts of the animal kingdom, local shelters, and charity organizations. Please check your local listings for airing times of “The Pet Stop” on Saturdays and Sundays.
DR. CHRISTINE STOCKMAL
Dr. Christine Stockmal is a graduate from Michigan State University, class of 1988 and has been an associate with the American Animal Hospital since 1990. Dr. Stockmal is a member of the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) and AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association). She has a cat named Maxi, and a dog named Ruby. Her philosophy of patient care is as follows… “I enjoy helping families keep their pets healthy from the beginning through the golden years. I enjoy soft tissue surgery, reproductive work and oncology. My favorite visits are new puppies and kittens where the whole family is along.”
DR. JOHN AMMERAAL
Dr. Ammeraal is a 2007 graduate from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. He is a member of the NJVMA, AVMA and AAHA. Prior to joining the American Animal Hospital team, he was employed at a 3-doctor small animal practice in Whippany. Dr. Ammeraal’s special interests include internal medicine and soft tissue surgery and dentistry. He has 2 cats Abby and Penguin and his island dog Lia. In his spare time he enjoys golf, fishing, hiking and working out.