Meet Our Vets

Our Vetter team members know their stuff! They've seen just about everything, both as veterinarians and as fellow pet owners (our vets have pets, so they can understand your pet's needs AND your concerns). 

Check out our vets below. Your pet will love them — and we know you will too!

Arielle Camp, vmd

Customer Rating
(14 Ratings)
Education

University of Pennsylvania, vmd
University of Rochester, BS

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About

Dr. Camp always had a special bond with animals, and knew that she wanted to become a veterinarian from a young age. With this in mind, Arielle pursued a degree in biology from the University of Rochester while gaining more experience in the field by volunteering at the local animal shelter. She then went on to attend veterinary school at the University of Pennsylvania. While in vet school, Arielle embraced many opportunities to travel on volunteer service trips to Belize, Thailand, and Haiti during her summer breaks. After graduating, she completed a 1-year small animal rotating internship in New York, followed by a specialty internship in Emergency and Critical Care. She currently practices as an emergency clinician in Philadelphia. Arielle lives in Philadelphia with her husband, Steve, and their super cute pitbull mix (Frankie) and cat (Ruka), who have a love/hate relationship. In her spare time, she enjoys biking, crafting, traveling, and taking Frankie to the dog park. 

Fun Fact
Arielle lived abroad for 6 months in Israel when she was in high school, and again for a year in South Africa during college. 

Dr. Camp was great. She worked with us to deal with a very anxious dog and made accommodations to allow our dog to be as comfortable as possible during his exam. She also helped us make decisions on options to help him deal with his anxiety prior to his next visit. Will certainly be using Vetter again. Much easier than dealing with an office visit. 

Ashley Cohen, vmd

Customer Rating
(19 Ratings)
Education

University of Pennsylvania, vmd
Pennsylvania State University, BS

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About

Dr. Cohen has known she wanted to be a veterinarian since she was 6 years old. It was at this age Ashley finally got the puppy (Lucy) she had begged her parents for since she was old enough to talk. Ashley saw how rewarding it was to keep Lucy happy and healthy, and Ashley hasn’t looked back since. She first pursued her veterinary aspirations by studying Animal Science at Penn State University (go Blue & White!). After her time in Happy Valley, she returned to her hometown of Philadelphia (go Eagles!) for her veterinary degree at the University of Pennsylvania. Ashley’s love of animals extends into her free time, when she likes to ride horses, cuddle with her cat Lennon and Frenchie Winston, and take care of her rabbit Elvis. She loves living in Baltimore and is thrilled to meet all of the incredible cats and dogs of the city. 

Fun Fact
Ashley is a HUGE Bruce Springsteen fan and even got to hold his hand during a concert!

This was a really exceptional experience. I had never used Vetter before this, but decided to give it a try. I didn't have to leave my apartment or even make a call. I simply made my appointment online and the Vet came to me. Dr. Cohen and her assistant were great with my cats and I found them to be professional, honest and personable. I will definitely be using Vetter again for my next pet's appointment. 

Christine Bradley, vmd

Customer Rating
(2 Ratings)
Education

University of Pennsylvania, vmd
College of the Holy Cross, BA

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About

Dr. Bradley can’t remember a time in her life when veterinary medicine was not her passion. Though she loved playing with puppies and kittens like many little girls, it was actually her love for the biological and medical sciences that enabled her to achieve this dream of becoming a veterinarian. At 15 years old, Christine was already assisting in a veterinary clinic! She majored in Biology at the College of the Holy Cross. Later, in veterinary school, Christine took a particular interest in critical care, driving her to broaden her education with a rotating internship in emergency and internal medicine. Since becoming a vet, Christine has worked at multiple referral institutions fine-tuning her skills as both an emergency clinician and a generalist. While fascinated by the pathophysiology of many veterinary diseases, she also enjoys bonding with clients and, of course, her furry patients. Christine lives in Philadelphia with her family, which includes two two-legged and three four-legged “kids.” She loves walking around the city, partaking in the occasional yoga class, and dining out with friends.  

Fun Fact
Christine met her husband (also a veterinarian) in school!

Jessica Titlebaum, dvm

Customer Rating
(2 Ratings)
Education

Michigan State University, dvm
Wesleyan University, BA

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About

Dr. Titlebaum’s love for animals started when her parents got her a bunny rabbit, which they (unfortunately) let her name Mrs. Funny Bunny. Ever since then, Dr. Titlebaum's love for animals has only grown; she even wrote in her 5th grade yearbook that by the year 2020, she hoped to be a veterinarian. Dr. Titlebaum went to Wesleyan University where she double majored in Neuroscience & Behavior and Biology. It was during this time that she began to volunteer at a local veterinary hospital. The doctors took her under their wing and after seeing how passionate she was about veterinary medicine, they offered her a job as an assistant. Dr. Titlebaum looked forward to her shifts here each week and often stayed on campus for holidays/breaks just to get extra experience. She went on to attend Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her veterinary degree and has since returned to Philadelphia, her hometown, after 9 years away. When she’s not working you can usually find Dr. Titlebaum at the beach no matter what the weather! 

Fun Fact
Dr. Titlebaum lived abroad for a year before attending veterinary school and has traveled to over 15 countries!

Laura Pell, vmd

Customer Rating
(8 Ratings)
Education

University of Pennsylvania, vmd
Dickinson College, BS

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About

Dr. Pell had talked about becoming a pediatrician since she was in preschool. But she also had a special bond with animals and spent much of her time horseback riding. While earning a degree in biology at Dickinson College, Laura knew she wanted to pursue medicine—and it soon became apparent through internships and shadowing with veterinarians that veterinary medicine was her passion. She attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and completed a rotating internship at the Veterinary Specialty Center of Delaware after graduation. Laura continues to practice as an emergency veterinarian. Outside of work, Laura has become a runner and road biker over the past several years. She loves food and is very into the Philadelphia foodie scene. Laura has an old, adorable Yorkie and two perfect cats, and has made the city of brotherly love her home for almost 14 years. 

Fun Fact
Laura loves to travel. So much, in fact, that she has visited over 20 countries, including Indonesia, Japan, Brazil, and Iceland!

Fantastic vet, thank you! 

Rebecca Bernstein, vmd

Customer Rating
(17 Ratings)
Education

University of Pennsylvania, vmd
Northwestern University, BA

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About

Dr. Bernstein has always loved animals—all animals. As a child, she begged her parents to take in any stray cat, backyard duck, or passing dragonfly she could get her hands on. After her parents declined to turn their home into a wildlife refuge for her assorted animal friends, Rebecca went on to study communications at Northwestern University before pursuing her real passion by attending veterinary school. At the University of Pennsylvania, Rebecca not only earned her VMD but also gained extracurricular experience in critical care nursing and by traveling to Thailand to provide veterinary care to animals in need. After graduating from Penn, Rebecca completed an internship in emergency and critical care medicine and currently practices as an emergency veterinarian. She lives with her husband and their handsome Great Dane in Philadelphia. When she's not working, Rebecca enjoys traveling, trying out new restaurants (she's a vegetarian), and taking nice strolls with her husband and dog along the city's beautiful streets.

Fun Fact
Rebecca was previously a featured veterinarian on Animal Planet!

Dr. Bernstein is highly recommended. She was patient with our pet, as he was nervous, and did a very thorough examination. She explained to me what happened, how to treat and how to monitor further once resolved. She also followed up rapidly with a summary of the meeting and is highly responsive to questions. She will be coming back to our home soon for our other dogs annual check up!  

Sara Organist, vmd

Customer Rating
(25 Ratings)
Education

University of Pennsylvania, vmd
Pennsylvania State University, BS

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About

Dr. Organist believes that pets are treasured members of our families—and keeping them healthy has been her life-long ambition. In fact, she knew she wanted to help animals by becoming a veterinarian since a young age when she rescued her first litter of kittens. Sara has practiced in the veterinary field for the past 14 years, with a background in emergency medicine and a passion for client education and family practice. She truly enjoys caring for animals and educating each client to help them make the most informed decisions about their pets at every life stage. Sara graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and holds an undergraduate degree in Animal Bioscience from Penn State University. She shares her home in Philadelphia with her husband and four-legged family members: 2 older pups (who still enjoy daily visits to the dog park!) and 3 mischievous kitties. 

Fun Fact
When Sara's not at work, she enjoys hiking and camping, gardening, and traveling!

Dr. Organist did an excellent job with my slightly fearful pup. I'm so glad Vetter was able to see him in a setting that he feels safe in, but her careful approach made a big difference too. Thank you!

Stephen Cole, vmd

Customer Rating
(8 Ratings)
Education

University of Pennsylvania, vmd
College of William and Mary, BS

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About

Dr. Cole believes that the best type of medicine is evidence-based, with a laugh on the side. He attended vet school at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a leader of PennVet student community groups. He is particularly interested in both the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases and has advanced training in infectious disease and diagnostic medicine; he is particularly dedicated to the appropriate use of antibiotics in animal patients to ensure that they can be saved in the future. In 2015, Stephen was named a One Health Scholar by the American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges for his work promoting the inherent connection of the health of animals, our environment, and people. Stephen is not only a veterinarian but also a comedian! He performs in Philadelphia, where he also lives with his partner (who is also a veterinarian) and their pittie mix Adler. 

Fun Fact
When not being a veterinarian or comedian, Stephen loves to be anywhere near the water (particularly with a glass of rosé wine).

Matt Terzi, vmd

Customer Rating
(2 Ratings)
Education

University of Pennsylvania, vmd
Towson University, BS

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About

Dr. Terzi is a Baltimore native—grew up in Downtown! From an early age he was exposed to, and fell in love with, animals of all kinds. He would have liked to work primarily with dinosaurs...but living animals were the next best thing. Matt attended Towson University (hometown kid!), earning degrees in both biology and animal behavior while working at the National Aquarium in Baltimore as a warm-up presenter for the dolphin show. Matt spent the next eight years working at Johns Hopkins and Emory University in neurology laboratories, helping to learn more about rare movement disorders in both animals and people. He eventually decided that he wanted to approach animals from another perspective: veterinary medicine. He attended the University of Pennsylvania for veterinary school, and is now excited to be back in Baltimore working with animals! Even if they aren't dinosaurs.

Fun Fact
In his free time since graduating vet school, Matt has learned to make a mean loaf of artisan bread, and is now learning all about fermentation.

Awesome care for my kitten! Could not have been happier with my experience with Dr. Terzi and his team. My kitten went from very stuffy and sick to healthy in just a few days. I also am grateful for the home visits Vetter provides. Will definitely recommend this service to all of my colleagues.

Tracy Wu Woods, vmd

Customer Rating
(6 Ratings)
Education

University of Pennsylvania, vmd
University of Pittsburgh, BS

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About

Dr. Wu Woods inherited her love of animals from her mother: she grew up in a house full of dogs and cats and raised some miniature hamsters, a chicken from the county fair, and even a baby robin. In high school, she shadowed a local vet and loved it! She knew becoming a vet was the career path for her. While attending college at the University of Pittsburgh, she became the vice president of Pre Vet Club, interned at a wildlife rehabilitation center, and worked as a vet assistant and then nurse at a local emergency and referral center. Tracy went on to attend vet school at the University of Pennsylvania, where she also gained experience working as an oncology and operating room nursing assistant and traveled to Thailand to provide vet care to dogs and cats in need. After extending her training with a small animal rotating internship at the Friendship Hospital for Animals in Washington, D.C., Tracy moved back to Philadelphia to work as an emergency veterinarian. She lives with her husband, Daniel, and their two lovable cats, Shemalee and Barbara. During her free time, Tracy loves to travel and experience new things—just as much as she loves curling up on the couch with her cats for a Netflix/Hulu binge session. She also enjoys spending time with her family and friends, being outdoors, painting from time to time, and eating donuts and macarons.

Fun Fact
Tracy studied in Paris for four months while in college. And she also speaks Mandarin Chinese!

Tracy was a pleasure to work with. She was very friendly to our dog and extremely efficient throughout the checkup process. Would love for her to work with our dog again!

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Arielle Camp, vmd

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Ashley Cohen, vmd

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Christine Bradley, vmd

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Jessica Titlebaum, dvm

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Laura Pell, vmd

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Matt Terzi, vmd

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Rebecca Bernstein, vmd

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Sara Organist, vmd

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Stephen Cole, vmd

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Tracy Wu Woods, vmd

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