Dr. Molly Northrop
Dr. Molly graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in Veterinary Medicine in 1998. With a special interest in emergency medicine, she joined Mount Laurel Animal Hospital in 2005. She is currently at Mount Laurel Animal Hospital in Mt Laurel, NJ. Click To View Profile
In 2017, Dr. Molly she received certification in advanced training of companion animal euthanasia protocols and techniques, delivered by the Companion Animal Euthanasia Training Academy (CAETA). Training demonstrates dedication to excellence in the field of companion animal euthanasia.
Dr. Molly is often accompanied by her dog, Weasel, who she describes as “A wiry, three legged, jumping bean of a dog. He is my constant companion. His exuberant, ever present, and unabashed enthrallment with life is a daily reminder for me to do my best to emulate him.”
Dr. Molly also spends time in Bangkok, Thailand as head of a team of veterinary students helping to spay and neuter stray dogs and cats. She is looking forward to her fifth trip there next summer!
On of the most memorable cases Dr. Molly saw was a King Charles Spaniel puppy whose ear was caught in a paper shredder. After taking the whole thing apart the lucky pup got away with just a scratch!
Aside from spending her time working, Dr. Molly enjoys brussel sprouts and bacon. She is also spending time becoming an accomplished acrobat, or aerialist. What started as a lark has become a great way to evolve mentally and physically for her.
Dr. Marcy L Rose DVM, MS
Dr. Rose has been practicing veterinary medicine since 1985. After graduating from the New York State college of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University, she did an internship in large animal medicine and surgery at the university of Tennessee. After that Dr. Rose completed a three year residency and masters’ program at the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine. This was followed by three years of mixed (large and small animal medicine) practice in Wisconsin. In 199s, Dr. Rose moved to southern New Jersey joining a mixed animal practice in Mullica Hill for two years. Then worked at Marlton Animal Hospital for 10 years. During this time, she also did emergency work at Clementon Animal hospital. In 2003, Dr. Rose moved to full time emergency work at Mount Laurel Animal Hospital & 24 Hour Emergency Service until March of 2013. Click To View Profile Dr. Rose now works part time at Mount Laurel Animal Emergency Service and full time at Voorhees Veterinary center. Dr. Rose has four good looking canine kids and 2 very sweet feline kids. In her spare time, she completes in Olympic weight lifting, loves to cook, and does some woodworking.