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116 Titus Mill Road

Pennington, NJ 08534

Phone: 609-818-1200

Meet our veterinarians


Robynlee Reichard, VMD

Dr. Reichard grew up in Cream Ridge, New Jersey. When she was twelve years old her mother helped her get a job at the Chesterfield Veterinary Clinic. Seeing her love of the profession, her father planted the seed of considering a career in veterinary medicine. in 1991 she graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. In 1995 she opened the Pennington Veterinary Clinic in Pennington, New Jersey. Dr. Reichard is the proud mother of three children, Dalton, Riese, and Darby. She enjoys scrap booking and hiking but her true passions are spending time with her kids, time in New England, and having horses in her life. 



Karen Becker, VMD

Dr. Karen Becker graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine in 2003.  She has great satisfaction and enjoyment from working with her patients and their owners, and has a strong interest in internal medicine, ophthalmology, behavioral medicine, and pain management.  She has a deep respect for the human-animal bond.  In her spare time, Dr. Becker enjoys spending time with her husband, two daughters, and two dogs (Barkley and Sweetie).    


 Amy Peterson, DVM

Dr. Amy Peterson is a graduate from the Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2002.  She is a 2005 graduate from Options for Animals chiropractic school and is certified in animal chiropractic by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association.  Dr. Peterson trained in acupuncture through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, and was certified in 2007.  She offers treatment with Chinese herbs, holistic alternatives, and complimentary medicine consultation.  She currently treats canine, feline, equine, camelid, and ruminant companions.  She has two horses Expresso and Emma, and is an active equestrian involved in showing Dressage and Eventing. She has two boxers Magnus and Hunter. Magnus showed in AKC conformation classes.  She also has four cats, and in her very limited free time, she enjoys gardening, cooking, and hiking


Meet our technical staff



Cori began her career as a technician at Pennington Veterinary Care Center in September 2004. Her favorite thing about working at PVCC is being able to help the animals who cannot help themselves. She is a native “Penningtonian”…born and raised in Pennington, NJ. She has a large gang of corrupt 4-legged friends, including two chihuahuas (Mookie & Wicked)…two of Trenton pound’s finest!; two cats (Diablo & BiGi)…who are not great patients; and four ferrets that are always up to no good and rearranging whatever they can reach. Cori enjoys shopping, shopping, and more shopping, and going to rock concerts. Her favorite band is “COLD”


Felicia is a new face at PVCC, but 25 plus years of enjoying the experience of the veterinary field has enabled her to share the special animal human bond with countless families, from the first hug to the finale good-bye, an honor she holds very dear. Being the first-line contact in the office puts Felicia in the position to help educate new and experienced pet owners in both preventative and urgent pet care. Volunteerism is her ” fun” time, from pet therapy service with cancer patients and the homeless, to packaging and driving for Meals On Wheels, and serving on the board and assisting with programs at the Howell Living History Farm keeps her grounded.


Jodi started working at Pennington Veterinary Care Center in March 2011 as an office coordinator. She previously volunteered and was employed by Mercer County Wildlife Center and also ran a virtual zoo while raising her children. In her spare time, she enjoys bird watching, and tending to her many birdfeeders and birdbaths in her backyard. She lives for gardening, both indoors and outside, and owns two Australian Shepherd puppies, Luna and Lolli, as well as two senior cats, Erin and Cricket. Her favorite thing about working at PVCC is being surrounded by people who love animals.


Karin is a technician who started in the veterinary field in 1987 with Dr. Smith at Quakerbridge Animal Hospital. When Dr. Smith retired in August 2010, PVCC was lucky enough to have Karin join our family. Her favorite aspect of the veterinary field is client relations and patient care. She has been an avid fan of Dobermans for more than 25 years and currently resides with a Doberman named Rio, and a brand new pup named Anya. Karin enjoys taking the dogs out for runs and home gardening. 


Lucy is a technician who started working at Pennington Veterinary Care Center in September 2006. Lucy takes pleasure in working with the clients and patient care. She has two cats (Nar & Tao) who feel the need to wake their owners at 4 am by taking a quick walk across their face. Lucy also has two Guinea pigs (Maple and Daphne) who are great pets despite their wild behavior. When she is not at work, Lucy enjoys spending time hiking and birding. Her favorite place to enjoy the outdoors is Peace Valley Park.


Toni joined the team at Pennington Veterinary Care Center way back in August 1996. She is a Certified Veterinary Technician with the state of New Jersey and a graduate of Penn Foster College’s AVMA accredited Veterinary Technology Program. Her favorite aspect of the veterinary field is patient care and dentistry. She is the proud owner of two big dogs (Yeller & Peabull) and one small dog (Pryce) who believes he is in charge of the other two, four rabbits (Elmyra, Dig’em, Raymond & Fun Bun) and one silly parrot (Frankie) who enjoys eating Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies, whistling and watching the Golden Girls. When not at work, Toni loves taking walks with the dogs, gardening, kayaking, bird watching, and is addicted to Netflix.