Dr. Timothy Mann, VMD, CVA

Dr. Mann is a native New Yorker who’s lived all over the globe exploring his passions. He has worked on a large number of animals big and small. These escapades include birthing 100 sheep a day in the ranges of Idaho, doing lameness exams on horses in Ireland, spaying and neutering dogs on native American reservations in Utah, examining cows in Cuba, cleaning out ear mites in Honduras, providing environmental enrichment to sloths at the zoo and keeping your best friends healthy in New York City.

Dr. Mann’s wide range of activities and commonalities in medicine sparked an interest in holistic treatments. This spark continued with the certification in veterinary acupuncture awarded by the Chi Institute as well as an understanding of various herbal and glandular therapies which can be used in addition to conventional western medicine to make sure you and your best friend will be happy and healthy for a long time.

Dr. Daniel Silverberg

Dr Silverberg brings over 35 years of small animal veterinary clinical experience to his new position at Springfield Animal Hospital and Dental Clinic. He was previously owner of Township Line Animal Hospital for over 20 years. He graduated with highest honors from the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School and Penn State University. When not helping animals and their people, he enjoys painting, playing guitar and hiking.

Dr. John C. Farhy, DVM

Dr. Farhy graduated with a veterinary degree from Kansas University in 1968. He went on to join the US Army in the veterinary corps and served as a captain during the Vietnam war. Dr. Farhy purchased Springfield Animal Hospital in 1973 and kept the hospital open 24 hours a day with a staff of over 30 medical professionals. An honor roll member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, he continues to be a pillar of his community, currently residing in Villanova, PA. Dr. Farhy remains loyal to his clients and is coming back to Springfield Veterinary Clinic to do what he loves: help animals and work with people.

Future Dr. Adler Mann

Adler Mann is an aspiring veterinarian with a love for all creatures big and small. Currently studying at Media Elementary he specializes in belly rubs, stress-free exams, and training. Adler has a tortoise named Leo and a dog named Reese, but regularly supplies love and care to all species of patients at Springfield Veterinary Hospital.