VCA Animal Healing Center Staff

VCA Animal Healing Center

Phone: 215-493-0621
Fax: 215-493-1964
1724 Yardley Langhorne Rd
Yardley, PA 19067
Business Hours
Sun Closed

Caring for pets... and their people, too.

The Veterinarians and staff of the VCA Animal Healing Center are here to restore and maintain your pet's health through a combination of the highest-quality holistic medicine, conventional medicine and surgery. We will always treat your pet as if they were our own�with compassion and dignity. We are committed to respecting every person and animal who comes through our door, and providing kind and individualized care, along with open and honest communication.

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New to VCA?

The VCA Animal Healing Center has been providing excellent service and top quality care for over 25 years now. The dedicated and caring doctors and staff provide outstanding primary care for all of your dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits, and pocket pets.

In addition to the traditional services you'd expect from a veterinary hospital, we offer a wide selection of specialized veterinary services. For example, we specialize in treating with alternative medicines which include homeopathics, chinese herbs, acupuncture, allergy elimination, nutritional supplements and prolotherapy, so you can count on us to meet all of your pets needs.

If you aren't sure if we offer a specific service that's important to you, please contact us. We may already offer it, or can refer you to one of our sister animal hospitals in the area or one of our veterinary referral hospitals.

Our friendly and caring staff works together as a team to help you achieve and maintain your pet's optimal health. An individual treatment plan is created by our veterinarians by using both conventional and holistic medicine. Our entire staff is dedicated to educating our clients about eastern and western medicine as well as nutrition. We are very compassionate about our patients and treat them as if they were our own. We recognize that bringing your pet to the vet can be a stressful experience; therefore, our goal is to make your pets care our top priority while providing excellent service in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.

Dr. Dr. Elana Braz
Associate Veterinarian
Veterinary School: University of Pennsylvania

BS in Animal Science and VMD from Univ. of Pennsylvania in 1990.Took IVAS acupuncture certification course. Dr. Braz is married with 2 daughters.

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Dr. Amber Januszewski
Associate Veterinarian
Veterinary School: Mississippi State University

Dr. Amber earned her bachelor's degree in Animal Science from Cornell University and her veterinary degree form Mississippi State University in 2010.

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Wonderful place for your pets
Linda T. from Hamilton

I adore the Veterinarians in this practice and am so thankful for all they have done for my dog, rabbit and cat. I routinely see Dr. Marx and have seen Dr. Braz for an emergency. I like that they take a holistic approach to care and thus do not over or needlessly vaccinate or prescribe medicines when something natural and gentle with less or no side effects can be given and titers can be performed to measure antibodies. When medicine is needed it is given but all options are explored and tailored for the animal being treated. When my dog was first suspected to have a liver shunt I had taken him to a specialist center for evaluation, we were not using VCA Animal Healing Center at this time. The vet I was using and the specialist wanted to do surgery and a biopsy to conclude his condition. I couldn't believe this approach to care and took him to VCA Animal Healing Center for a second opinion. Dr. Marx had treated my rabbit for a chronic gastrointestinal problem and had improved the quality of her life tremendously and I felt confident she could do the same for my dog. It takes me about 45 minutes to get to VCA but the drive is well worth it. My dog's blood work has improved tremendously with natural supplements and changes to his diet. We monitor his condition with bi-annual visits, do the necessary lab work and at this time all is pretty good. I've seen many animals come to VCA Animal Healing Center that are old, have chronic conditions or are there for their wellness check ups and the one consistent thing I notice is the connection between animal and doctor/staff. The doctors and staff truly do care about their patients and connect with them and try their best to improve the quality of their lives. At times the office can get a little hectic/busy ... after all it is a healing center and not everything goes as planed but I've never found it horrible to wait. I've enjoyed conversations with other people who bring their animals in for care and even have learned some things. I am so happy with this practice that I wish I could be treated there too.

Convenient, Affordable Wellness Plans

Membership includes:

  • Convenient monthly payments
  • 5 visits to VCA each year
  • Doctor-recommended vaccines
  • Prevention and early detection tests for serious diseases
  • Routine dental care for your pet
  • Peace of mind knowing you are doing the best for your pet

To enroll in VCA CareClub®, call us at
215-493-0621 or request an appointment.