Exeter Veterinary Hospital

Our mission is to provide the best possible care for your pets. To do this, we set aside extra time with each client, we spend extra time and money on our equipment, testing procedures, quality control, and our cleanliness (a cleaner facility means less odor and bacteria which means lower infection rates). It's the little things that add up to make a big difference in the outcome of many surgical and medical cases. We want the best possible outcome for every pet, so we take the extra care to cover the little things.
We are located at the corner of Perkiomen Avenue (US 422) and Fairlane Drive in Exeter Township, PA. To get to us from the east turn right onto Fairlane Drive. From the west turn left onto Gibraltar Road (at the Arby's), take a right on DeMoss (past the township building) and a right on Fairlane Drive.

Our Staff
All of our staff members are here because of our love of animals. As such, we strive to do the best for you and your pet. Our staff consists of doctors, nurses, hospital assistants, and receptionists. We require all staff members to further their knowledge through continuing education programs, and we supplement this with monthly staff training sessions. Our nurses have specialized college degrees in animal health technology and all are either certified by the state or completing their certification.

  • Mon-Fri: 8:00am - 7:00pm
  • Sat: 9:30am - 11:00am
  • Sun: Closed
  • Dr. Amy Crawford

    Owner / Veterinarian
    Dr. Crawford grew up in Pittsburgh, PA. She received her BS in biology at the Indiana University of PA in 1992. In 1995, she earned her VMD degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. After Veterinary school, Dr. Crawford practiced medicine in a referral hospital in Pittsburgh for four years prior to moving to Berks County. She has strong interests in ultrasonography, endoscopy, cardiology, and surgery. In addition to medicine of dogs and cats, she also enjoys avian, ferret, reptile, and pocket pet medicine. She enjoys spending time with her two children. They share their home with their dogs, cats, and bearded dragon. Her hobbies include camping, hiking, traveling, and watching Steeler football.
  • Dr. Tanya Seiple

    Dr. Seiple was raised in Boyertown, PA. After attending Kutztown University, she graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. Following nearly a year of practice in Lewes, Delaware, she moved back home to Pennsylvania to be closer to family and friends. Dr. Seiple joined Exeter Veterinary Hospital in January, 2010. She enjoys all aspects of general practice but has a special interest in treating small mammals and reptiles. Outside of work, Dr. Seiple spends nearly all of her free time with her son and two daughters, husband, family, and friends. Her pets include two dogs, two cats, Russian tortoise, two red-eared slider turtles, and one bearded dragon and her rat.
  • Dr Arielle Kline, DVM

    Arielle grew up in Oley, PA. After high school she acquired her BS from Delaware University, in Doylestown PA. She then attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, located in St. Kitts. Her clinical year was completed at the University of Florida.
    Arielle enjoys all areas of Veterinary Medicine, but has a special interest in surgery as well as small and exotic animal medicine. 
    She enjoys spending time with her husband and their two dogs (Sigyn and Boone). Her hobbies include camping, riding ATV's and being outdoors.
  • Amy Cherico, VMD

    Years in Practice:
    Apr 07, 2022
  • Richard Rosato

    Practice Manager
    Rich grew up in Bucks County, PA. After high school, he attended a Catholic Seminary until changing his focus to the veterinary field. He received a B.S. in Business Administration in 2000, and in 2019 received a second Bachelor's degree from Mansfield University.
     Rich is President of the Animal Welfare Council of the city of Reading. He enjoys spending time with his daughter Ariana and their pets. His personal interests include art, travel, animal rescue and antiques. 
  • Michelle Pettinato, CVT

    Michelle has been on staff as a certified Veterinary Nurse since January of 1991. Michelle graduated from Harcum College in 1986. She has a son Jeffrey and they have 5 cats and 2 dogs. She is active in the Animal Rescue League spay/neuter program and in her church's AWANA program. 
  • Kaity Wike, CVT

    Kaity graduated from Johnson College in Scranton, PA and joined Exeter Veterinary hospital as a certified Veterinary Technician in 2007. She lives in Muhlenberg Township with her terrier-mix dog, Lucy. She enjoys being outdoors, doing 5K's, and traveling.
  • Lynn Hess, Receptionist

    Lynn is a receptionist at Exeter Veterinary Hospital. Her love of animals include her own personal "petting zoo" of 2 Siberian Huskies, 3 DSH felines, 1 Macaw, and 1 African Grey parrot.  Her other interests include pet sitting, watching Green Bay Packer football and listening to Barry Manilow.
  • Kyrstin Gannon

    Kyrstin was raised in the Reading/ Wyomissing area. She graduated from Harcum college in 2013 with a degree in veterinary technology. Kyrstin joined Exeter Veterinary Hospital in 2015. Outside of work, she shares her home with two cats, enjoys camping, being with friends and family, and volunteering with the Girl Scouts of America and a service dog organization.
  • Desiree Bigler, CVT

    Desiree joined our hospital as a licensed nurse in 2019.
  • Chris Kerr, Receptionist

  • Maureen Carroll, Veterinary Technician

  • Katelyn Kleinsmith, Veterinary Technician

  • Anniyah Snelling, CVT

  • Sarah Ravert, Veterinary Technician

  • Nicole Defibaugh, CVT

  • Liz Romano, Receptionist

  • Theresa White, Receptionist

  • Eric Lessig, Veterinary Technician


    Years in Practice:
    Nov 02, 2023