McConnellsburg Veterinary Clinic

McConnellsburg Veterinary Clinic is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in McConnellsburg, PA. The professional and courteous staff at McConnellsburg Veterinary Clinic seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for our highly-valued patients.

We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. McConnellsburg Veterinary Clinic strives to offer excellence in veterinary care to McConnellsburg and surrounding areas.

Please take a moment to contact us today, to learn more about our veterinary practice and to find out more information about how McConnellsburg Veterinary Clinic can serve the needs of you and your cherished pet.

Financial Policy:  Payment is expected at time of service.  The following payment options are accepted:  Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, CareCredit, Cash, and Checks (with a valid Driver's License).

Please give us the courtesy of at least a 24hr. notification for any rescheduling or cancelling of appointments.  Clients with 2 or more "no show" appointments, will be required to leave a deposit for future appointments.  

Late arrivals may be charged a Late Fee or asked to reschedule.

Puppy and Kitten Care
  • 163 Reservoir Road
  • McConnellsburg,PA 17233
  • Phone: (717) 485-3552
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  • Monday - Friday 8:30am-5:00pm
  • Jennifer Johnson, DVM CVA


    Dr. Johnson was raised in nearby Waynesboro, PA. She has been practicing veterinary medicine since 2003 when she graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She attended Veterinary School in the West Indies, on a small island called St. Kitts.
    Dr. Johnson bought Fulton County Veterinary Hospital in May of 2013. She renamed it McConnellsburg Veterinary Clinic, remodeled the facility, upgraded the equipment and services and opened the doors June 1, 2013.
    Her desire is to practice quality veterinary medicine and surgery focusing on client education, pet wellness, and disease prevention. She enjoys canines, felines, ferrets, rabbits, and small mammals as patients. Her special interests include pain management, dentistry, and dermatology. In 2016 Dr. Johnson started to branch out her interests into non-traditional, more holistic therapies for pets including essential oil use and acupuncture. She is now certified in small animal veterinary acupuncture.
    Dr. Johnson resides with 2 cats and 3 dogs.  Her pride and joy Standard Poodle, Stanley Rupert Johnson was the MVC mascot. Sadly, he passed away in December 2017.  She now has a Spanish Galgo rescue, Toyko a Goldendoodle rescue, Riley and the newest addition is Toby J, a golden retriever!
    Landscaping, practicing yoga, reading, and riding her bicycle are how Dr. Johnson unwinds after a busy day or a long week.
    In the past few years Dr. Johnson has taken an interest in a more holistic approach to her patients and has started integrating different modalities into her treatment plans. In addition to dietary therapy, essential oil use, and cold laser therapy, Dr. Johnson has now incorporated Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs for pets.

    Initially, acupuncture became an area of interest when Dr. Johnson herself was given relief from chronic rib/diaphragm pain through acupuncture treatments. It was her 12.5 year old Standard Poodle, Stanley, who developed multiple issues with his immune system and cancer that really drove her to seek out alternative modalities to promote health, the immune system, healing, and pain management. This is where the concept of not only acupuncture came in, but more specifically TCVM (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine).

    Dr. Johnson chose to study with world renounced Veterinary Acupuncturist and founder of the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Huisheng Xie, located in Gainesville, FL.  She completed her training and Certification in Small Animal Acupuncture in January 2018, completing 130 hours of continuing education and recently completed an Advanced Veterinary Acupuncture course as well.

    Ross Unitversity School of Medicine, Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine
  • Wendy Estep, Office Manager/Customer Care Supervisor

    Wendy has worked in the veterinary field for over 20 years.  She has experience in primary veterinary care, Critical Care and Emergency, and Specialty Facilities.  Wendy has always had a love of animals.  Her dog, Oslo, who is a three-legged tripod mix breed whom she adopted from a humane society.  She also has rescued stray cats that have worked their way into her home!  She enjoys outdoor activities like hiking, biking, and kayaking the C&O Canal on her time off.
  • Amy Chaney

    Amy Chaney, Technical Staff

    Amy grew up in Hagerstown, Maryland.  Her love of animals started at a young age.  She always knew she wanted to work with animals and never considered another career path.  She feels she is so fortunate to have found her passion so early in life.  Amy has been working in the Veterinary field since 1999.  She joined the MVC team in 2015.  She resides in Hagerstown with her husband, Tony, two children, and multiple four-legged pets (large and small!).  In her down time, Amy enjoys the beach, hiking, concerts, and watching sports. Go Washington Football Team!
  • Devon Hals, DVM

    Dr. Hals grew up in Edinboro, Pennsylvania.  She obtained a bachelor's degree in biology from SUNY at Buffalo.  Dr. Hals graduated from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2001.  After graduation, she moved to Long Island and worked as an associate in a general practice, treating dogs, cats, and exotic pets.  After a year in general practice she decided to try emergency medicine and loved it, working in a 24 hours emergency and specialty hospital on Long Island.  In 2005, she moved to Pittsburgh and continued to work as an emergency veterinarian in another 24 hour emergency and specialty practice.  In 2009, she elected to take her love for surgery to another level and moved to Las Vegas to do a year-long intensive surgical internship.  She then moved back to Pittsburgh and used her training to augment her skills an an emergency veterinarian. 
    After having a baby in 2013, Dr. Hals has been working as a relief veterinarian, filling in for various colleagues when they need a much deserved vacation!

    Dr. Hals' special professional interest included wellness and preventive care, surgery, emergency medicine, orthopedic disease, neurology, and endocrine disease.  She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society.

    When she is not working, Dr. Hals enjoys spending time with her family, reading, watching movies, and taking walks.  She has 2 dogs (Mina and Malu) and two cats (Kismet and Reese), all of whom were rescued during her years of practice.
    Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine
    Wellness and preventive care, surgery, emergency medicine, orthopedic disease, neurology, and endocrine diseases
  • Kaitlyn Harper, CVT Technical Staff

    Kaitlyn is a 2021 graduate from Wilson Collge.  Her love of animals is what brought her into this field.  At home, Kaitlyn has 2 dogs, Abbi a Great Dane and Xena an Australian Shepard and 2 Guinea Pigs, Ivy and Harley.  She enjoys playing fetch with Xena and lounging with Abbi on her days off.  The veterinary medicine field has been her dream job since she was very young.
    Wilson College
  • Emily McNulty, CVT

    Emily graduated high school from Career Magnet School in Chambersburg as well as attended Career Tech for Veterinary Assisting.  Emily graduated from college at the Vet Tech Institute in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

    After finishing college, she stayed in Pittsburgh and worked at VCA Met Vet West Animal Hospital for 3 years. In 2021, she moved back to be close to her family so they could enjoy her son. Most of her free time is spent with her baby boy, Tucker, whether it be relaxing at home with her 5 cats or out walking with her Pitbull, Toby. Emily has a special love for guinea pigs and senior pets. 

    Vet Tech Institute of Pittsburgh
  • Sarah Dowling, Customer Care

    Sarah grew up in Mount Airy, MD and is a graduate from Fairmont State University with a degree in Veterinary Technology. She has worked with a large array of animals from mice to non-human primates to livestock. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys horse back riding, gardening and spending time outdoors with her son and husband on their hobby farm.
    Fairmont State University
  • Andrea Conover, Veterinary Assistant

    Andrea graduated from McConnellsburg High School in 2011, and graduated with honors from Ashworth College in Veterinary Assisting. Andrea also completed the Fear Free certification program.She wishes to continue her education to become a CVT, Certified Veterinary Technician. Andrea has always had a love for animals and had the pleasure to grow up with a variety of species from dogs and birds to even rescuing a raccoon and a squirrel.  In her free time she enjoys going on walks with her two chihuahua’s Noelle and Roxy; traveling, going on motorcycle rides, and kayaking. 
    Ashworth College of Veterinary Assisting