Veterinarians

VeterinariansJames Miele, DVM

Born in Trenton, New Jersey, Dr. James Miele attended Delaware Valley College and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science in 1977. Following his undergraduate studies, he attended Rutgers University and Ohio State University, where he received Master's Degrees in Animal Science and Pathology. In 1982, Dr. Miele was admitted to Ohio State University's School of Veterinary Medicine and was awarded his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1986.

A general veterinary practitioner at Princeton Animal Hospital, Dr. Miele's area of particular professional interest is in surgery. He and his wife, Dr. Terry Miele, co-own the Hospital, which they purchased in 1988.

Dr. Miele and his wife have 5 children named Theresa, Elizabeth, Emily, Sam, and Greg. The children's ages range from 15 to 28. During his leisure time, Dr. Miele enjoys training for triathlons, reading non-fiction and is involved with his son in scouting.

Terry Miele, DVM

Co-owner of Princeton Animal Hospital and Director of the Carnegie Cat Clinic, Dr. Terry Miele attended Rutgers University and graduated in 1980 with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science. In 1982, after earning a Master's in Entomology, Dr. Miele was admitted to veterinary school and graduated in 1987 from Ohio State University's School of Veterinary Medicine with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Miele has been practicing veterinary medicine at Princeton Animal Hospital since 1989. Her areas of particular professional interest include feline medicine and surgery.

Dr. Terry Miele is married to Dr. Jim Miele, co-owner and a general practitioner at Princeton Animal Hospital. She enjoys reading, weight lifting and Crossfit. She shares her home with her three cats: Spoodles, Stella, and Cattivo.

VeterinariansAndrea Jones, DVM

A General Practitioner at Princeton Animal Hospital since the summer of 2006, Dr. Andrea Jones grew up in Seaford, Delaware, before attending LaSalle University in Philadelphia. Majoring in English and Biology, Dr. Jones received her Bachelor of Arts degree in 2002 with the dual major. She continued her education at the University of Georgia's College of Veterinary Medicine where she graduated in 2006 with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Jones is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Society for Animal Behavior. Her primary veterinary interests lie in animal behavior, internal medicine and nutrition. When not working with animals at the hospital, Dr. Jones volunteers her time with Pit Bull Rescue Central (www.pbrc.net), a nonprofit advocacy organization.

Married to Josh Jones, a Ph.D. student and English professor, Dr. Jones enjoys reading, baking, and outdoor activities. She is kept company on some hikes by her two dogs, Mollie and Finnegan, both of whom are rescued Pit Bulls.

VeterinariansCorrin McCann, DVM

Dr. Corrin McCann has cared for pets as an associate veterinarian at Princeton Animal Hospital since 2008. Dr. McCann has a lifelong love of animals and worked as a wildlife refuge volunteer, a veterinary technician and a clinical researcher since 1994. She loves animals and is proud to work with the caring and knowledgeable staff and veterinarians at the Hospital.

Dr. McCann attended the University of Maryland-Baltimore County for her undergraduate education. She went on to attend the University of Illinois' College of Veterinary Medicine and was awarded her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2008.

She is particularly interested in geriatric medicine, internal medicine, and surgery, among other professional interests. Dr. McCann is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Her animal companions include two rescue dogs, Bogart (who was rescued in Illinois) and Bristol (who was rescued from South Carolina). Dr. McCann and her husband spend much of their free time fixing up their new home. She also enjoys reading, going to live music shows, and cooking (especially dishes with lots of spice). She is also a member of the Princeton Animal Hospital Book Club.

VeterinariansKristen Polo, DVM

A general practitioner, Dr. Kristen Polo has cared for pets at Princeton Animal Hospital since 2009. Dr. Polo loves being a veterinarian and enjoys working with clients who are committed to the health of their pets.

Dr. Polo completed her undergraduate education at Binghamton University. Prior to veterinary school, she worked as a veterinary assistant at Veterinary Internal Medicine and Allergy Specialists in New York City from 2004 to 2005. She also did clinical research in breast cancer at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center from 1999 to 2009. She went on to attend the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine, where she was awarded a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.

Internal medicine and dermatology are among Dr. Polo's many professional interests. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Dr. Polo shares her home with a cat named Simba. She enjoys hiking, biking, reading, and spending time with friends and family when she is not at the Hospital.

Kelly Ross, DVM

"I was born knowing I wanted to be a veterinarian." Those are the words of Dr. Kelly Ross, who joined our veterinary staff in 2008. "At least this is what my family says. As a young child, everything I did had to involve animals, every toy, every book, every activity or club. Every experience I had just reinforced it." She grew up riding horses and had a wide variety of pets that included ducks, dogs, cats, a snake, a turtle, a budgie and hamsters. She also immersed herself in the legendary books by James Herriot before she was a teenager and she "knew for sure what I wanted to do."

Dr. Ross's passion continued as she entered Pennsylvania State University, where she earned her degree in animal bioscience but also worked as a veterinary technician in a veterinary hospital (she continued that job until she entered veterinary school). She was also a member of the equestrian team.

Dr. Ross received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from North Carolina State University in 2008, where she was honored with the ACVR Radiology Award and the Client Communication Award. Today, she has a professional interest in feline medicine, radiology and dermatology, and is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association.

She currently has two cats, Hamish and Luther, and she and her husband, who met in Scotland. are avid travelers.

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