Being admitted to the profession of veterinary medicine, I solemnly swear to use my scientific knowledge and skills for the benefit of society through the protection of animal health and welfare, the prevention and relief of animal suffering, the conservation of animal resources, the promotion of public health, and the advancement of medical knowledge.
I will practice my profession conscientiously, with dignity, and in keeping with the principles of veterinary medical ethics.
I accept as a lifelong obligation the continual improvement of my professional knowledge and competence.
Dr. Jessica Silver, DVM
Dr. Silver holds bachelors degrees in biology and animal sciences from the University of Vermont. She went on to study veterinary medicine at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine on St. Kitts in the West Indies, completing her clinical training at Louisiana State University. Dr. Silver has special interests in Surgery, Emergency Medicine, and Exotic Animal Medicine.
Dr. Silver continues to volunteer at local animal shelters and rescue organizations around northern NJ. She is an advocate for Animal rights and actively campaigns to stop Animal Cruelty in NJ. She lives locally and enjoys being a part of her community.
She lives with her two dogs, two cats and potbelly pig. She was a rugby player and amateur guitarist. Dr. Silver has wanted to be a veterinarian all her life. With over 10 years in the field she considers herself lucky to be following her passion.
Jim Montanye, Head Vet Tech. / Office Manager
Jim studied animal science at Morris County technical school and has been working in a Veterinary setting since 1986. In his work as a Veterinary Technician, he has worked with all types of small, large and exotic pets. Jim has a very broad knowledge of all types of animal medicine having hands on experience since the age of ten. His first job in a veterinary hospital was at the age of fourteen and has gone on to become a certified dental technician and office manager. He has assisted in numerous successful surgeries and played a key role in maintaining a high quality of animal health by diligent care and compassion.
Jim ran a rescue farm of his own, hosting all types of animals from iguanas and alligators to horses, pigs, a young bull, goats and pit bulls. Jim has bottle fed and rehabilitated many types of animals such as rabbits, raccoons, squirrels, hawks and much more, who were then released back into nature or moved to a zoo. He is proud to be a wildlife animal rehabilitation for the state of New Jersey.
Jim’s heart is and will always be with animals.
Giselle was born and raised in Hackensack NJ. She has always been an animal lover and has had a variety of pets such dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, and even lizards. When she wanted to spend her career helping animals she decided the best way was to join our veterinary team at MVH! She is currently going to Bergen Community College to become a certified veterinary technician. When she’s not helping your furry friends, she enjoys spending time with her family and participating in as many outdoor activities as she can such as hiking, camping, and playing soccer with her little brothers. She hopes to rescue more dogs in the near future.
Brittni began working at Meadowlands Veterinary Hospital in May 2017 when the hospital first opened. Since a young age, Brittni has had a true passion for helping animals. During high school and college, Brittni volunteered with rescues and shelters helping animals find their forever homes. She graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a Bachelors degree in psychology and is currently working on her veterinary technician certification at Penn Foster. She enjoys spending time with her family and fur-children, Budha and Cheetara.
I was born in Lima, Peru and move to the United States when I was 7. It was a big adjustment moving from there to Arizona. Luckily I always had my animals around me. This is where my deep passion for animals developed and I became very interested in veterinary medicine. I’ve been working at animal hospitals since I was 19.I moved to New Jersey 6 years ago from Arizona. I have grown in the field from kennel work, then reception and now am currently a veterinary technician in New Jersey. I have my Associates degree in Science and am currently working on my Bachelor’s degree at Rutgers University in Ecology, Evolution and Natural Resources. One day I hope to work in conservation and restoration ecology and save the animal habitat for future generations.
DeAnna is an experienced veterinary technician and comes with a long history in the surgery field. DeAnna owns all types of animals from furry friends to scally friends. She is currently continuing her studies as a veterinary technican and will graduate in 2018. DeAnna hopes to one day open a rescue group for exotic animals.”
Jessie has a degree in Biotechnology and was double majoring in Psychology and Nursing when she heard her favorite veterinarian, Dr. Silver, was opening her own practice. She decided she missed her furry patients and jumped on board to join Dr. Silver’s veterinary team. Jessie entered the veterinary field in 2004 and truly enjoys lending a paw to pets and their families. Outside of work Jessie has five two-legged children and four of the four-legged kind. She loves all creatures but has a soft spot for cats. She is an advocate for reducing the overpopulation of animals and fought to create a TNR ordinance for her home town.