Dr. Thomas H. Knoebel, VMD
Dr. Knoebel received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Missouri. After serving two years in the United States Army, he attended both Brigham Young University and Bloomsburg University, where he received a Master of Science degree in Biology. He then attended the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Veterinary Medicine and received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1981. Dr. Knoebel joined the staff of Loyalsock Animal Hospital in 1981. He is the majority owner of Loyalsock Animal Hospital. Dr. Knoebel and his wife, Ruth, reside in Fairfield Township and are the parents of five boys and the grandparents of ten grandchildren. He enjoys growing fruit trees and grapes as well as fishing, hiking, playing golf and his Chihuahua, Jack.
Dr. Knoebel’s special interests in the practice are soft tissue and orthopedic surgery.
Dr. Mary Lou Graham, VMD
Dr. Graham attended undergraduate school at Michigan State University and at Juniata College where she graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. She attended the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Veterinary Medicine and came to Loyalsock Animal Hospital after her graduation in 1988. She is a co-owner of Loyalsock Animal Hospital. Dr. Graham has one daughter, Eliza. She lives in Loyalsock with her husband, Scott, their boxer, Boogie and J.R. the funniest cat ever. Dr. Graham has served as a 4-H leader and is on the development committee for the Lycoming County 4-H. She is formerly a board member of the Lycoming County SPCA and is a volunteer at the James V. Brown Library.
Dr. Graham's special interests include internal medicine cases, endoscopy and has a special interest in small mammals.
Dr. Jeremy Knoebel, VMD
Dr. Jeremy joined the staff of the Loyalsock Animal Hospital in 2004. He grew up in the Williamsport area and graduated from Montoursville High School. He has a bachelor’s degree in Zoology from Brigham Young University and later graduated from the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. His recently became a co-owner of Loyalsock Animal Hospital. He presently lives in South Williamsport with his wife, Tracy, and daughters, Brynn, Elyse and Avery, a dog and cat. Dr. Jeremy volunteers with a local Boy Scout troop. He enjoys spending time with family, church service, sports and being outdoors.
Dr. Jeremy’s special interests include animal behavior, medicine, surgery and ultrasonography.
Dr. Jennifer Pardoe, DVM
Dr. Pardoe has been on the Loyalsock Animal Hospital team since 2000. She was born in Towanda and grew up in Forksville, Sullivan County, PA., where her family still lives. Dr. Pardoe graduated magna cum laude from Delaware Valley College of Science and Agriculture with a Bachelor of Science degree in Small Animal Science and Conservation. She graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in Veterinary Medicine. While at Ohio State, she was the recipient of a veterinary medicine scholarship. She was a member of the Student Chapter of the Veterinary Medical Association and the Honor Society of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Pardoe lives in Fairfield Township with her husband, Jon and their pets. She enjoys outdoors, walking, reading and shopping.
Dr. Pardoe's special interests include soft tissue surgery and has a special interest in cats.
Dr. April Osterhoudt, DVM
Dr. Osterhoudt is originally from Binghamton, NY and received her Bachelors of Arts degree in Biology from Binghamton University. During her undergraduate and into her graduate study years, she worked for a busy small animal practice in Owego, NY. She graduated from Iowa State University as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2011, during which she was an active participant in many organizations such as the Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Omega Tau Sigma Veterinary Fraternity and the Iowa Herpetological Society. Dr Osterhoudt currently lives in Eldred township with a “small zoo” of animals, including two energetic dogs, one cat, two aquatic turtles and two corn snakes, as well as her husband (who generously tolerates and shares her love of animals) and their two daughters. She enjoys puzzle games, gardening, hiking and spending quality time with family and friends.
Dr. Osterhoudt's interests include small animal internal medicine and dentistry with a special interest in reptilian and amphibian medicine.
Dr. Danielle Brink, DVM
Dr. Brink joined Loyalsock Animal Hospital in 2014. She was born on an air force base in Texas and has lived all over the country. Dr. Brink completed her undergraduate degree at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey and received a B.A. in Psychology. Afterwards, she returned to school at Penn State before attending Kansas State College of Veterinary Medicine. While in veterinary school, she helped set up a Shelter Medicine club and has a passion for community service.
Dr. Brink's special interests include surgery and exotic animal medicine.
Dr. Stacy Adams, DVM
Dr. Adams grew up on a dairy farm in Damascus, PA and received her Bachelor of Science degree from Bloomsburg University. She competed on the Bloomsburg University Equestrian Team. During her undergraduate career, Dr. Adams worked at a busy small animal hospital in Honesdale, PA. She graduated from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. During her time at UMN, Dr. Adams was a very active member of a student run organization known as SIRVS. This organization provided basic veterinary care and annual spay/ neuter clinics at Native American reservations in northern Minnesota. She was also an active member of the Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Adams currently resides in Milton with her husband, daughter, 3 dogs and 4 cats. Her interests include kayaking, snowmobiling, scrapbooking, and hiking.
Dr. Adams' professional interests include dermatology, pain management and acupuncture.