Westfield NJ veterinarian, Dr. Anthony LoomisAnthony Loomis, DVM - Hospital Director

When Westfield veterinarian, Dr. Loomis, received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005, he was also the recipient of the World Animal Care Foundation Award - recognition that is bestowed upon the student who best promotes the importance of the human/animal bond. He also studied animal science at the University of Georgia (from which he graduated with honors). It is this kind of compassion for animals that drives Dr. Loomis every day.

Today, Dr. Loomis has a special interest in surgery and the treatment of exotic pets, and is a member of the New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association, the American Veterinary Medical Association and the American Animal Hospital Association.

Dr. Loomis is married with two children, an English bulldog named Munchkin and a cockatiel named Lightning that lives at the clinic. He is a member of the Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce and is on the South Plainfield, NJ, Board of Health.

Dr. Loomis purchased Westfield Animal Hospital in 2012, along with Dr. Scott Linick.

back to top

Westfield veterinarian, Dr. Kathleen NeumannKathleen Neumann, DVM

Dr. Kathleen Neumann joined Westfield Animal Hospital in June of 2012 having previously worked at a general practice in Northern Westchester. A New Jersey native, Dr. Neumann grew up in Princeton and is happy to be back in the Garden State.

Dr. Neumann earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Minnesota where she participated in the University's Summer Scholars Program and was James Ford Bell Jr. Memorial Award recipient. Following veterinary school she completed an internship in Medicine and Surgery at Bergh Memorial Hospital of the ASPCA.

Dr. Neumann enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine and has a strong appreciation for the human animal bond. She spends much of her free time with her two cats, Lexington and Little Wayne Gretzky, and also Layla, her lovable lab mix and hiking companion. She enjoys cooking with her husband and just about any activity that involves being outside, especially if there is a lake or ocean involved.

back to top

Westfield veterinarian, Dr. Margaret JableckiMargaret Jablecki, DVM

Dr. Margaret Jablecki joins the Westfield group this September. She completed her undergraduate studies at Becker College with a bachelor's degree in Veterinary Science. The years preceding veterinary school Dr. Jablecki spent as a veterinary technician in a specialty hospital. Her time there enforced the importance of the human animal bond and her desire to pursue a veterinary degree. She graduated from the University of Tennessee, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. After graduation she returned to the Northeast to complete a small animal internship at Oradell Animal Hospital and since has spent the last four years as an emergency veterinarian in a specialty hospital in New Jersey. Dr. Jablecki has a strong interest in internal medicine, pain management and the human animal bond. She looks forward to being a part of your pets' lifelong healthcare.

Dr. Jablecki enjoys spending her days off with her darling dog, Marshall and the new addition to her family, a rambunctious kitten, Melvin. She is an avid soccer fan, loves spending time at the beach, and outdoors in general. She has a strong interest in fine art, music, theatre, and travel.

back to top

Westfield veterinarian, Dr. Scott LinickScott Linick DVM, FAVD - Retired

Dr. Scott Linick is the co-owner and director of Westfield Animal Hospital. He attended Michigan State University and Louisiana State University as an undergraduate. He then attended Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 1982. He has practiced at Plainfield Animal Hospital in South Plainfield, NJ since 1982, his entire professional career and now practices at Westfield Animal hospital as well.

Dr. Linick has always had an interest in veterinary dentistry and in 1997 he became a Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry, one of only 95 Fellows worldwide. Until recently, Dr. Linick was on the Academy's Board of Directors. As a Fellow, Dr. Linick is trained in advanced dental procedures. These include; endodontics (root canals and vital pulpotomies), restorative dentistry (crowns and fillings), orthodontics (braces and other appliances), oral surgery, and oral medicine. He has lectured and taught dentistry locally, nationally and internationally. Of course, he still performs basic dentistry and cleanings. Dr. Linick strongly believes that a healthy mouth provides pets with healthier and happier lives.

Dr. Linick and his wife Karen, have 3 children, Christopher, Erica, and Ashley. Other family members include a dog, Cali and 2 cats, Josie and Kayla. In his leisure time Dr. Linick enjoys playing golf, traveling, and watching professional and college sports.

back to top

Westfield veterinarian, Dr. Caitlin SunCaitlin Sun, DVM

Caitlin Sun has been with our team since August of 2017 and is our general practitioner. With her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science, as well as her degree from Purdue University in the College of Veterinary Medicine, Caitlin is a wonderful addition to our team to help and take care of your furry family.

Before coming to Westfield Animal Hospital, Caitlin completed a 1-year internship at Garden State Veterinary Specialists where she worked with their professionals in internal medicine, surgery, neurology, oncology, cardiology, ophthalmology, and dermatology. Caitlin also studied abroad in Brazil through the University of Paraná where she helped provide low-cost spay and neuters.

In her free time, Caitlin enjoys horseback riding, traveling, cooking, and reading. She also enjoys spending time with her 2 cats, Pearl and Alice. Pearl had been adopted while Caitlin was in vet school in Indiana and Alice had been adopted by her husband Greg when they moved in together. She also has a pony named Belle who lives at her parents’ house.

back to top

Westfield veterinarian, Dr. Ronald SwistRonald Swist, DVM - Retired

After more than 35 years of practicing veterinary medicine and being a part of Westfield Animal Hospital, Dr. Ronald Swist finally made the decision to retire in August 2014!

We would like to thank Dr. Ronald Swist for his many years of dedicated service to the people of Westfield and their pets. He is a valued member of the community and has brought great experience to the hospital. We will miss him greatly and we wish him all the best in his future adventures!

back to top