Martin J. Siegel, DVM, Owner
Dr. Martin J. Siegel earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to purchasing Flemington Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Siegel was self-employed, serving clients as a large animal veterinarian and as a small animal surgical consultant for numerous small animal clinics.
“We are a compassionate, friendly, and talented veterinary practice,” says Dr. Siegel. “We work hard to provide the type of veterinary experience that we would want for our own pets.”
Dr. Siegel has six dogs (two Chesapeake Bay Retrievers, three English Pointers and one English Setter), three Oriental Shorthair cats and a few barn cats.
In his spare time Dr. Siegel enjoys kayaking, fly fishing, clay shooting as well as breeding and training hunting dogs. Dr. Siegel is married and has four children.
Gregg Pacifico, DVM
Dr. Gregg Pacifico earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from The Pennsylvania State University and completed his veterinary training at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, St. Kitts, where he received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Pacifico has experience working in both large and small animal practices. Being a Hunterdon County native, it's not surprising that he returned to the area to work for Flemington Veterinary Hospital following veterinary work in upstate New York.
Dr. Pacifico enjoys providing community health care for such important members of the family, and says that Flemington Veterinary Hospital provides a great opportunity to practice high-quality medicine in a friendly community. In fact, he considers himself a family doctor, for family members other than humans, that is. At home, Dr. Pacifico is surrounded by pets of his own. The family includes a Maltese, a Terrier, two cats and ten chickens.
Dr. Pacifico is involved in the Hunterdon County Animal Response Team, a volunteer organization that helps small and large animals shelter during natural disasters or other emergencies. During his spare time, Dr. Pacifico enjoys gardening and fishing. He is married with two daughters.
Charlotte Read-Kydd, BVSc, MRCVS
Dr. Charlotte Read-Kydd (Dr. Charlie) graduated from the University of Liverpool, School of Veterinary Surgeons, England, with commendation. She then enrolled in the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Her work in England was in both small and large animal practices. She then moved to the United States where she completed all of the U.S. Veterinary Board exams needed to obtain her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Charlie completed an externship at Cornell University Companion Animal Hospital. There, she specialized in Small Animal Cardiology and Internal Medicine. Her main interests are in soft tissue surgery and diagnostic imaging such as ultrasonography and endoscopy.
Dr. Charlie has a particular, long-standing interest in the breeding and the breed-specific healthcare of English and French Bulldogs. She even breeds Bulldogs. Dr. Charlie lives near the Delaware River with her three Bulldogs, one cat and eleven chickens.
Peter Betz, DVM
Dr. Peter Betz graduated from Cook College, Rutgers University, with a Bachelor's degree in Animal Science and went on to receive his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Michigan State University. Dr. Betz joined Flemington Veterinary Hospital in 2009, after several years at another local practice in New Jersey. At Flemington Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Betz appreciates the collegial nature of the doctors who work together as a team to provide high quality animal care. He treats small animals, pocket pets, reptiles, and exotics.
At home, Dr. Betz is kept busy by his two daughters as well as a host of hobbies including beekeeping and a 159 gallon coral reef system. Dr. Betz has four cats, a Lab-mix mutt, a Beagle as well as numerous chickens.
Devon Seidman, DVM
Dr. Devon Seidman (Dr. Devon) earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science at Cornell University in 2009, following in the footsteps of her father, Dr. Siegel. She then went on to earn her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2015, returning to Cornell University for her clinical (final) year.
Having been born and raised in Hunterdon County, Dr. Devon was eager to get back home and started work immediately after graduation in June 2015. She is very thankful that she gets to work in such a nice environment with excellent clientele and great mentorship from the other doctors.
At home, Dr. Devon enjoys relaxing with her husband (as of 9/12/15!) and Ruby, their calico cat that Dr. Devon acquired while in the Caribbean for vet school.