Dr. Jennifer Babineaux graduated from the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 2005. She completed an internal medicine residency at East Bay Veterinary Specialists in 2009, where she focused on ultrasound and cardiology. Dr. Babineaux provides ultrasound and echocardiogram services in addition to internal medicine consultations. She also has a special interest in feline medicine and is one of only 90 boarded feline specialists in the world. Dr. Babineaux lives with her husband, her Bearded Collie (her 5th “Beardie”), and two cats in Center City Philadelphia.
Beth has worked as a veterinary technician for over 20 years. Her passion is for surgery and anesthesia. In 2012 Beth achieved her veterinary certification as a surgical nurse, one of the highest levels a veterinary nurse can achieve. Beth lives with her husband, three beautiful children, and her two pit bulls, Hercules and Venus.
Lisa, who comes from a military family, grew up in many different parts of the country. She knew ever since she was a small child that she wanted to work with animals She most recently moved from Florida, where she took care of the animals on her mother’s farm. Lisa currently resides in Roxborough and has extensive experience in general practice and emergency and critical care medicine. In her free time she enjoys spending time with husband, son, and Siamese cat Moto.
Cindy grew up in Chestnut Hill and stayed local for her education. She went to school at Temple University and then became a licensed veterinary technician at Manor College. Growing up she loved to take care of all the family pets so a career in veterinary nursing was a perfect fit for her. Cindy has two adorable and lovely Chihuahuas, Bambi and Pinky.
Josie grew up in the Fairmount section of Philadelphia and moved to Roxborough 9 years ago. She has always loved animals and grew up with a menagerie of animals in her family. She currently attends Manor College in the veterinary technician program. Josie runs a Girl Scout Troop in Fairmount and shares her home with Rusty, the Standard Poodle, Marshmallow, the Bichon Frise, and Tiki, the Leopard Tortoise.
Ashlei is a native of Philadelphia. Though she works as a veterinary technician she is currently a student at the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School to be come a veterinarian. When she is not studying she enjoys cooking, watching Netflix, and spending time with her two adorable dogs, Wyatt and Winston.
Ali recently moved to Philadelphia from central Pennsylvania and found a home at LVC. She grew up in a household surrounded by animals so a career involving their care was always important to Ali. Ali is currently in school to become a certified veterinary technician and takes every opportunity to learn as much as she can and further her education. When not at work she likes to spend time with her two adorable Dachshunds, Ryleigh and Charlee, and her spunky cat Marvin.
Bingo is a 4 year old English Bull dog who was born and raised on the streets of Philadelphia. He left home at an early age to strike out on his own. Bingo tried out various careers before coming to Liberty Veterinary Clinic. He worked as a stand up comedian, security guard, and a decoy dog for a K-9 unit; but those jobs never felt quite right for Bingo. He found his true calling in life when he became a mascot for Liberty Veterinary Clinic. On a typical day you may find Bingo greeting clients, answering the phone, comforting scared patients, or entertaining children. Bingo loves to meet new people so look out for him the next time you come to Liberty Veterinary Clinic.