Dr. Susan Maturo has been practicing veterinary medicine for more than two decades. Upon graduating from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1988, she worked as an associate veterinarian in her home state of CT. She then worked in several small animal practices in MD before establishing the Animal Medical Center of Watkins Park in 1992.
Treating dogs, cats, ferrets and small pocket pets, Dr. Maturo has particular interests in preventative medicine, nutrition, geriatric (senior) patients, dentistry, and, soft tissue surgery. She believes in treating the whole patient and follows a rational approach to vaccination to promote optimal pet health.
Dr. Maturo is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Maryland Veterinary Medical Association, and the Veterinary Dental Society.
Dr. Sara Chapman graduated from Ohio State University in 1985. After a few years in conventional practice, she noticed that pets with chronic problems often didn't get any better, and was discouraged with the side effects of many of the conventional treatments. So she began to tailor her treatment to the individual patient, using nutrition, reduced vaccination and fewer big drugs whenever possible.
In 1995, she became interested in homeopathy after her own, chronically lame, horse responded dramatically to it. While living in England, she graduated from the three-year course of the Homeopathic Professional Teaching Group (Oxford, UK) in May 2002, and passed the exams to become a Veterinary Member of the Faculty of Homeopathy (VetMFHom - UK) later that year. During 2007-2008, Dr. Chapman took the International Association of Veterinary Acupuncture course in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Antonio, and passed her qualifying exam in acupuncture.
Dr. Chapman is a member of the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy; the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association; the American Veterinary Medical Association; and, the National Center for Homeopathy. She is also a member of the British Association of Homeopathic Veterinary Surgeons; the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (UK); the Faculty of Homeopathy (UK); the International Association for Veterinary Homeopathy; and, the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society.
Dr. Kellie Corcoran has been a veterinarian for the past 7 ½ years. After graduating from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005, Dr. Corcoran worked at a small animal practice in Manhattan, Kansas, as well as an emergency clinic in Topeka, Kansas. She and her husband moved to Maryland in 2009, where she continued practicing small animal medicine.
Dr. Corcoran treats dogs, cats, and several species of exotic pets, but her special interests include endocrinology, dermatology, and soft-tissue surgery. She believes that preventative medicine is the key to raising a healthy, happy pet. She is also interested in raising awareness of the importance of adopting rescue animals.
Dr. Corcoran lives with her husband and rescue dog Rocko. She enjoys spending time with her friends and family, watching K-State football & basketball games, horseback riding, playing the violin, and attending Orioles baseball games.