Dr. Jennifer Kramer
Dr. Jennifer Kramer was raised in Lower Bucks County and graduated from Pennsbury High School. Growing up with animals, she dreamed of becoming a veterinarian. At fourteen, she started working as a veterinary assistant. Dr. Kramer studied Animal Science in the pre-veterinary program at the University of Delaware. Throughout school, she always made time to work at local veterinary hospitals – not only as a means of expanding her knowledge and experience, but also because of her continuing love for the animals.
Hard-working and dedicated to learning, Dr. Kramer worked as a veterinary technician for the Animal Emergency and Critical Care Service at VSEC in Langhorne throughout vet school, gaining valuable experience caring for sick and injured patients.
After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Kramer worked in general practice, where she focused on client education and preventive care. She continued to pursue her interest in emergency medicine working as a veterinarian at the AECCS in Langhorne. This additional experience in medicine and surgery greatly enhanced her knowledge and skills. Dr. Kramer has three dogs and several cats.
Since opening Animal Hospital of Richboro in January 2002, Dr. Kramer continues to show community spirit. She offers a TNR feral cat program. The hospital finds homes for rescued cats and kittens and supports numerous animal rescue groups.