Dr. Bruce Keck: I grew up in Annville and graduated from Annville-Cleona High School. I earned a B.S. in biology and an MBA from Shippensburg University before graduating from the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School in 1993. After graduation, I took over my father's (George Keck VMD) veterinary practice. He practiced veterinary medicine in the Lebanon Valley for 40 years. I am married and have 3 daughters. We share our house with our Labradoodle named Benny. I have a special interest in small animal dentistry and cruciate ligament repair in dogs. I have attended numerous continuing education courses in dental surgery, soft tissue surgery, diagnostic abdominal ultrasound and cruciate ligament repair. In my spare time I enjoy outdoor exercise. Road biking, hiking and skiing.
Dr. Lisa Bardsley:I grew up in New Jersey before attending Iowa State University, where I earned my DVM degree in 2001. My husband, Chris and I moved to central Pennsylvania in 2003. Our daughter Rachel was born in 2005 and our son Gavin was born in 2007. I have been working at A-C Vets since 2007. We share our home with our two rescued dogs named Gypsy and Kyle, and two cats, Cali and Periwinkle. I stay active by hiking with my family and spending time at the barn with my horse Count. My family and I enjoy taking camping trips in our camper. We have traveled all over the United States; including down South to Texas, out West to South Dakota, Utah, Arizona, as well as up North to Maine.
Dr. Emily Spingler: I am originally from Ohio, but growing up my family also lived in North Carolina as well as Erie and Selinsgrove, PA. After graduating from Millersville University, I worked at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago prior to attending veterinary school at the University of Illinois. After graduating in 2005, I completed a one year internship in small animal medicine in and surgery in Denver. Prior to joining A-C Vets in 2008, I spent two years in emergency medicine in Tucson, Arizona. My husband, Joe, and I share our home with two cats, Ducky, a calico, and Hiro, a Siamese. I like to read and enjoy running/working out as well as taking motorcycle rides with Joe.
Dr. Alex Pinamonti: I was born and raised near Harrisburg, PA and graduated from Central Dauphin High School. I earned a B.S. in Animal Science from the University of Delaware. After graduation I worked as a full-time zookeeper. I decided to go back to school and attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating in 2016 I came back to the area to work as a mixed animal veterinarian and then as a small animal veterinarian. I share my home with a cockatiel, a rabbit, and a few ducks (outside of course). I enjoy reading, gardening, going to concerts and building projects.
We also have available - traveling surgical specialist, Dr. Anjilla Cooley:
Dr. Cooley was raised in Harrisburg, PA. Knowing that she wanted to be a veterinarian since the age of 3, she pursued and obtained a BS in Laboratory Animal Science from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University to prepare for entry into veterinary school.
She received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Tennessee in 1992. In 1993, a certificate of completion for her Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Internship was attained from the University of Missouri in Columbia, Mo. She completed her Small Animal Surgical Residency and obtained a Master's Decree in Veterinary Science from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in Blacksburgs, VA during the years of 1993 thru 1996. After he education tenure, she became a Lecturer at Cornell University Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Ithaca NY from 1996 thru 1999. To add to her treatment knowledge base, she pursued her interest in canine rehabilitation at the University of Tennessee in 2009 to further enhance the well being, physical soundness and recovery of her surgical patients.
Dr. Cooley's work experience includes Round Valley Referral Hospital in Lebanon, NJ 1999-2001, after which she transitioned to Valley Central Referral Hospital in Whitehall PA from 2001 thru 2005, where she was employed as a staff surgeon. More recently, she was employed by Crown Veterinary Specialists, in Lebanon, NJ as a full time staff mobile surgeon from 2005-2012. Since then she remains as a part time mobile staff surgeon with Crown Veterinary Specialists performing numerous advanced orthopedic, neurologic and soft tissue surgeries at various hospitals and also provides surgical services for advanced surgical needs in Pennsylvania.
Her hobbies include personal fitness through Zumba, traveling to warm beaches and movie going.
Her areas of interest include: urogential surgery and head and neck surgery.