Meet the Team

Meet the Team


Bruce M.  Weitzner<br>VMD photo

Bruce M. Weitzner

Dr. Weitzner has been practicing veterinary medicine since 1981, focusing on Small Animal medicine and surgery with interests in dentistry and ear disease. He received his B.S. in Animal Science from Penn State in 1975 and his VMD from The University of Pennsylvania in 1981. A family man, he has five children and four grandchildren, so far.

Dr. Weitzner enjoys spending time with his wife, children and grandchildren. He loves outdoor activities including camping, skiing, white water rafting, snorkeling, occasional scuba diving and jogging.

Always eager to learn more, he attends continuing education whenever possible, even on his one day off a week.

An alumnus and BIG Penn State fan, he attends football games when possible. Dr. Weitzner's dog, Merlin, goes to work with him every day and is well-known to his clients.

Marc E.  Rosenberg<Br>DVM photo

Marc E. Rosenberg

Dr. Rosenberg is a graduate of Gregorio Aranteta University Foundation where he participated in an accelerated 6 year educational program and has been practicing veterinary medicine since 1987. He takes every opportunity to attend continuing education classes and has a strong interest in small animal medicine, specifically endocrinology.

Since August 2013, Dr Rosenberg has been spending his day off at The Animal Orphanage of Voorhees as their staff Veterinarian. He has found position both rewarding and soul enriching.

Dr. Rosenberg is very active in his synagogue and enjoys reading legal novels and medical mysteries in addition to being an avid poker player. He and his wife, Debbie, have two lovely daughters who enjoy coming to the office with him during school breaks to help with projects around the hospital. They share their home with their dog "Bella" and two cats "Oreo" and "Rosie".


Kristy<Br>CVT  photo


Kristy has an Associate Degree in Science and is a graduate of the Harcum College Veterinary Technology program. She joined County Line in May 2006 and is a Certified Veterinary Technician. Kristy is our Head Technician and does everything from assisting our doctors with exams to dental cleanings all the way to assisting in surgery. When Kristy isn't working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and children. They love spending time outside hiking and going to the beach. Kristy likes to stay active and when the weather is nice enjoys walking, jogging, and bike riding.

Louise </br> Veterinary Receptionist  photo

Veterinary Receptionist

Louise joined County Line Veterinary Hospital in Sept 2016. She was born and raised in Bermuda, moved to England then Turkey before settling down in the USA. She has one daughter, Bianca, who lives and works in Philadelphia and one ridiculously cute grandpup named Cannoli. Her passion is with Animal Rescue and spends her free time volunteering for Woof Love Rescue and Animal Aid. She also enjoys wildlife, travel, hiking, cooking and wine tasting.

Kelsey </br>Veterinary Technician  photo

Veterinary Technician

Kelsey joined County Line in August of 2017, where she started as a kennel tech. She went to Centenary University and has her bachelors of science in equine studies. She’s now a veterinary technician and has developed the skills needed for blood draws, radiographs, dentistries, and assisting with surgical procedures. When she’s not at work, she can be found out at the barn with her horse, Pal.

Rebecca </br> Kennel Technician  photo

Kennel Technician

Rebecca joined the hospital in September 2019. She’s a Kennel Technician, and wants to become a veterinary technician one day. She has worked with animals for 6 years, working at doggy daycares and boarding facilities. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her dogs at home, watching her nephew and being with friends.

Alexis </br> Veterinary Technician  photo

Veterinary Technician

Growing up, Alexis was surrounded by many cats and dogs. And her love and care for them later turned into a career in the Veterinary field! Some of her favorites things are spending time with her 5 Samoyeds and cat and going out for some brunch! She is looking forward to expanding her career here at County Line!

Stacie </br> Veterinary Receptionist  photo

Veterinary Receptionist

Stacie has been in the Veterinary field since 2012 rotating between Receptionist, Kennel Nurse and Doctors Assistant taking breaks here and there to pursue a career as a Legal Secretary until COVID hit. She energetically joined our team in December 2020 as our third receptionist and instantly clicked with our amazing staff. She has always loved animals and
being around them. Outside of work she enjoys family time with her husband Andrew and their two children Jackson and Charlotte - beach trips and playing outside are always the top picks. Their furry family includes two cats Macie (pictured) and William who is camera shy; they are huge fans of being snuggled and being scratched with a back scratcher. Never a dull moment in their household!

Becca </br> Veterinary Technician  photo

Veterinary Technician

Becca attended Mars Hill University in North Carolina, graduating in 2000 with a B.S. in Biology and a concentration in Zoological studies. Becca has been working in veterinary medicine since high school and joined our team in 2013. Her experience in multiple areas of patient care includes emergency triage, assisting in surgeries, dental procedures, and diagnostics. When not working, Becca enjoys life in the Pine Barrens with her husband and kids, dog(Cedar), cat(Pepper), and eight chickens. She can often be found camping, hiking, biking, and boating.

Brittney </br> Veterinary Technician  photo

Veterinary Technician

I went to Vista College in Texas where I obtained an Associate Degree in science from a veterinary technology program. I've been a veterinary technician since 2015 and started working at County Line in August 2020. I've always known I've wanted to work with animals. When not working you can find me hanging out with Harley (my Alaskan malamute mix), spending time with family and friends, or watching movies.

Connie </br> CVT  photo


The privilege of being a Veterinary Nurse is more than fulfilling. I try to stay away from words like "senior" technician, but ask anyone of County Line's wonderful team and they will say, " She's been doing this a long time". At least that's what I keep telling them. I've had the pleasure of working not only with the furry friends but the feathery, scaly and rubbery ones too. I find amazement in all of God's creatures and feel blessed to have the opportunity to care for, and work such a variety, (including the staff). The benefits of appreciating animals extends into my artwork. I am fortunate
to paint and translate some of these precious pets on canvas. This is one of
my many other passions. I believe the health of the pets is the foundation of a great team of people who love animals. A team who cares, who enjoys their work and knows how to laugh, (another one of my passions). Such a team at County Line Veterinary Hospital makes this life's work so much more enjoyable.

Dani </br> Veterinary  Technician   photo

Veterinary Technician

Dani has an associate's degree in Equine Science from The Rowan College of South Jersey. She Started at Country Line in January of 2020 as a vet tech assistant. Owning cats her entire life has made her a huge cat lover! When Dani is not working she can be found at home snuggling her cats, Olaf and Rocket, hanging out with friends, or singing her heart out!

Tamara King </br> Veterinary Receptionist  photo

Tamara King
Veterinary Receptionist

Tamara joined County Line in October, 2013 in their Delran office and stayed on with us when the offices merged in 2020. She came to us with a Bachelors degree in Psychology and 10 years experience in the animal field. She has had an animal in her life since she was 9 months old, so it's easy to see that her passion and love for animals has expanded into her working in the veterinary field. She enjoys spending time with her 3 dogs, 3 kitties, her boys and husband when she's not at the office. You can also find her going camping, walking in the woods or curled up with a book and her fur babies when she's not at the office.

County Line Veterinary Hospital

989 Route 73 S

Marlton, NJ 08053

For general information, questions, appointment requests, call us at:

(856) 988-0022
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Monday 7:30am - 5:30pm

Tuesday 7:30am - 5:30pm

Wednesday 7:30am - 5:30pm

Thursday 7:30am - 5:30pm

Friday 7:30am - 5:30pm

Saturday 7:30am - 1:00pm

Sunday Closed