Meet Our Veterinarian
Dr.Sherif George Mosaad, BVMS
Is a graduate of The Veterinary Medicine College - Alexandria University May 1999, Dr. Mosaad is a member of The American Veterinary Medical Association, New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association and Northern NJ Veterinary Medical Association, He is also has been licensed in the states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania.Dr Mosaad has a special interest in Internal Medicine, Surgery, Cardiology, and Geriatrics, Dr. Mosaad lives in Paramus NJ with his wife Salwa and his three boys Daniel, David and Joseph.
Dr. Elizabeth Reese, DVM
Dr. Reese grew up outside of Allentown, PA and moved to Bergen County in order to continue her career near family and friends within a community of mutual animal lovers. She prefaced her professional career by volunteering at veterinary clinics both locally and abroad. One of her missions took her as far as Costa Rica and Panama, where she was able to combine her desire to help animals and people in need with her love of travel. During her undergraduate years at Muhlenberg College, Dr. Reese earned a B.S. in Neueroscience and Spanish. These studies allowed her to foster her ultimate goal of understanding animals’s needs and the human-animal bond through the study of neurobiology, consciousness and language.
Dr. Reese received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from St. George’s University in Grenada, West Indies, and completed her clinical year at Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. Through her continued education, Dr. Reese became USDA Certified, allowing her to issue certificates to owners who wish to travel internationally with their furry family members. Furthermore, Dr. Reese is currently obtaining her Certification in Veterinary Acupuncture through the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Reese aims to form lasting and meaningful relationships with her patients and their owners in order to thoroughly understand her patients’ needs and owners’ goals to provide the best, individually-tailored care. It is these combined efforts and intentions which continue to mold Dr. Reese’s holistic approach to veterinary medicine. She will determine the best combination of conventional and alternative (or complementary) therapies for your pet that will benefit them most to live happy, and healthy lives.