County Line Veterinary Hospital

We offer progressive veterinary medicine in a modern facility with state-of-the-art medical equipment and treatment options.  We provide in-house surgeries, a full range of diagnostic laboratory services, and a complete pet pharmacy. At County Line Veterinary Hospital, we are dedicated to taking care of your pet family. Our veterinarians are some of the finest in the area.  County Line Veterinary Hospital offers you and your pet high quality, affordable veterinary care and surgery.

We stress preventative medicine to protect your pet from potential health problems.  We also provide pain management to ensure that your pet will enjoy the best possible quality of life.

County Line Veterinary Hospital is dedicated to helping our four-legged friends maintain a long, healthy and happy life!

Providing Full Service Veterinary Care Since 1993
  • Mon,Thu: 8:30am-7:30pm
  • Tue, Fri: 8:30am-5:30pm
  • Wed: 8:30am - 5:00pm
  • Sat: 8:30am - Noon
  • Sun: Closed
  • *hours subject to change. Please call
  • Bruce M. Weitzner, VMD

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

    Dr. Weitzner enjoys spending time with his wife, children and grandchildren and outdoor activities including camping, skiing, white water rafting, and jogging.

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

    An alumni and BIG Penn State fan, he attends as many home games as possible.  Dr. Weitzner's dogs, Duncan, a Golden Retriever, and Gidget, a Miniature Poodle, go to work with him every day and are well-known to his clients. 
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 1981
    University of Pennsylvania
  • Marc E. Rosenberg, DVM

    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". 
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 1987
    Gregorio Aranteta University Foundation
  • Megan Odgers, VMD

    Dr. Odgers received her VMD from the University of Pennsylvania in 2012.  She also has a M.S. in Laboratory Animal Science from Drexel University and a B.S. in Biology from Ursinus College.  Her main interests are small animal internal medicine, dentistry, and surgery, as well as a strong belief in preventative care.

    Dr. Odgers recently moved to New Jersey from Pennsylvania, and lives with her husband and two dogs; a beagle mix named Rosie and an aussie mix named Ben.  In her spare time she enjoys reading novels, cooking, traveling, and trying new restaurants.
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2012
    University of Pennsylvania
  • Joanna

    Veterinary Assistant
    Joanna joined County Line in March, 2005 and cares for all of our boarding patients.  She loves taking the dogs for a walk and has become known as "Chatty Kathy" as we often overhear her chatting with the patients.  Joanna is also a veterinary technician assistant who helps our doctors during examination and treatment procedures.  She has 2 daughters, and 2 cocker spaniels named "Royce" and "Jagger".  Joanna enjoys reading and especially going out to eat!  Her hobbies include interior design and decorating her own home.  If there is ever a lost or injured animal in her neighborhood, you can be sure that Joanna is the first person everyone calls.
  • Kristy, CVT

    Veterinary Technician
    Kristy holds 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 assisting our doctors with exams, obtaining lab samples, preparing patients for surgery along with assisting in surgery, performing dental cleanings, and taking care of both our medical patients and boarding patients.  Kristy enjoys shopping, reading, going out to eat and spending time at LBI laying on the beach. She spends most of her time with her husband, Andrew and her two little pomeranians "Koda" and "Barnaby". 
  • Sandi

    Veterinary Receptionist
    Sandi joined County Line in January, 2008 where she came to us from a family doctor in the area.  Sandi loves all animals and loves learning about them in every way.  Sandi‚Äôs duties are answering phones and any questions our clients may have.  And of course, greeting our furry family members when they walk in.  In her spare time, Sandi likes to relax, go to the beach, and hang out with her husband and kids.  Her furry family at home includes 1 dog, 3 cats and 2 rats.  
  • Danielle

    Veterinary Technician Assistant
    Danielle joined County Line in August 2012 after volunteering for the summer. She just completed her freshman year at LSU.  She loves working with animals, both small and large, and has always had a huge passion for animals.

    She is gaining the knowledge and skills to help her achieve the ultimate goal of becoming a veterinarian, working with small and large animals. She thinks waking up every day to go to work with animals is amazing and wouldn't want it any other way!! Riding horses has been one of her passions since she was young.