Sharin Skolnik, VMD — Chief of Staff
Dr. Skolnik, our Chief of Staff, grew up in Oceanport, spent a year living abroad in Scotland, and now resides in Allentown, NJ. She attended the University of Pennsylvania, earning a VMD degree in 1994. She has a special interest in small mammal care.
Prior to Chesterfield Veterinary Clinic, Dr. Skolnik worked at Middletown Animal Hospital in Middletown, Lawrence Animal Hospital in Princeton, and Route 516 Animal Hospital in Old Bridge, NJ.
Dr. Skolnik and her husband Scott have a hobby farm with Icelandic horses, dogs, cats, sheep, rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets and chickens. In her free time, she enjoys horseback riding, hiking, kayaking, and downhill skiing (but not harder than intermediate!).
Vanessa Lanzetti, DVM
Dr. Lanzetti joined the Chesterfield Veterinary Clinic team in August 2015. She grew up in Brick, NJ and currently lives in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Lanzetti attended the University of Delaware before pursuing a DVM degree from Cornell University. Previously, she interned at Petcare Veterinary Hospital in Santa Rosa, CA then practiced at Countryside Veterinary Hospital in Medford, NJ. Her special interests include surgery, preventive medicine and shelter medicine.
In her free time, Dr. Lanzetti volunteers with World Vets, an organization that provides international veterinary and disaster relief. She also enjoys running, skiing, hiking, being outdoors, photography, cooking, concerts and music. At home, she has a lab mix named Sonoma and cat named Marley.
Eric DeRose, DVM — Veterinary Cardiologist
Our staff Veterinary Cardiologist, Dr. DeRose earned his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University School of Veterinary Medicine. After finishing his studies, he was selected for an internship with Veterinary Specialist of South Florida in Cooper City. He then went on to his residency in veterinary cardiology at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in Tinton Falls, NJ. He is especially interested in treatment and management of congestive heart failure due to chronic valve disease or endocardiosis, the most common form of acquired heart disease in dogs. Dr. DeRose strives to help veterinarians improve the quality of life for animals affected by this disease. He provides cardiology consultation services at our practice.
Dennis Ting, DVM, Dipl. ACVS — Board Certified Surgeon
Dr. Dennis Ting is originally from Southern California where he attended the University of California, San Diego for his undergraduate work in the field of Animal Physiology and Neuroscience. He then earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of California, Davis in 2003. In the following year, Dr. Ting returned to Southern California to complete a one-year internship in small animal medicine and surgery. With a growing interest in small animal surgery, he completed a surgery specific internship in Denver followed by an orthopedic research fellowship at Michigan State University. Dr. Ting then stayed at Michigan State University and completed his residency training in small animal surgery.