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 is a Hunterdon County native who earned his undergraduate degree from Pennsylvania State University. He graduated with Highest Honors from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. Experienced with large and small animal practices, Dr. Pacifico enjoys practicing high quality medicine for his clients whom he treats as family. He likes to think of himself as "your other family doctor".
Dr. Pacifico is married to another Flemington native, Debbie, and has three children, Julia, Caroline and Harrison. They live in Stockton, NJ with their two dogs, Barnes and Cici and two dutch rabbits, Sweetie & Brownie.
Dr. Pacifico is involved with the Hunterdon County Animal Response Team. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, gardening and camping along the Delaware River area with his family.
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.
Jessica Redin, DVM
Dr. Jessica Redin graduated from Cook College (Rutgers University) prior to moving to Alabama to receive her Veterinary Degree from Tuskegee University. Dr. Redin has more than 15 years experience in the veterinary field and is excited to meet you and your furry family members. She enjoys internal medicine and working with other doctors to provide the best care for your pet.
Dr. Redin is originally from New Jersey and enjoys horseback riding. She is married with two young children who keep her on her toes. She has two dogs, four cats, and a seventy-five gallon fish tank. In her spare time, she volunteers for FOWA rescue.
Ben Staiger, Med. Vet.
Dr. Ben Staiger is a highly versatile surgeon with more than 15 years of experience in both academia and large veterinary practices. After graduating from the Ludwig-Maximilian University (Munich, Germany) in 2004, Dr. Staiger pursued a surgical specialization at Michigan State University.
Dr. Staiger enjoys a number of downtime activities including traveling, hiking, sailing, skiing, motorcycling, and gardening. He loves good food, great company, and above all, quality time with his friends and family, which of course includes a furry section.