The Doctors of Delmont Veterinary Hospital
Meet Our Highly Qualified Veterinarians
Delmont Veterinary Hospital has been serving the needs of the companion animals of Western Pennsylvania for 38 years. Our caring, professional, highly qualified veterinarians provide the experienced care that your dog or cat deserves. Our doctors provide comprehensive companion animal care services from preventative care (such as vaccinations and parasite preventatives) to advanced medical therapies, and surgery. We are excited to meet you and your pet!
Amelia Knight, BA, VMD, cVMA
Dr. Knight joined Delmont Veterinary Hospital in 2014. She received in her BA in Biology from Wheaton College (MA), and her VMD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She obtained her certification in Veterinary Medical Acupuncture through the OneHealth SIM (Scientific Integrative Medicine) program in Colorado. Dr. Knight grew up in Maine and started dreaming of becoming a veterinarian at 6 years old. She spent much of her childhood horseback riding. In her free time, she enjoys being active (hiking, running, etc.), cooking and baking, and spending time with her husband and Pitt Bull, Jameson.
Betty J. Moravick, D.V.M.
Betty J. Moravick, D.V.M., of Ohio, has been with Delmont Veterinary Hospital since 1989. She earned her D.V.M. from the Ohio State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1981. The veterinary and educational fields have been Dr. Moravick’s dual passions since she was a young child. She is fulfilling her lifelong dream as a senior veterinarian at Delmont Veterinary Hospital, where she thoroughly enjoys practicing small animal medicine and performing surgical procedures to improve the lives of her patients.
At the clinic, Dr. Moravick cares for the needs of companion animals and educates pet guardians on matters such as proper health maintenance techniques, medical treatment, dietary facts, and other pertinent health-related issues. Dr. Moravick is a patient and compassionate veterinarian who enjoys taking the time with each of her patients to achieve the best possible medical outcome. In her spare time, Dr. Moravick enjoys relaxing in her flower garden and spoiling her cat, Gus, and her energetic Brittany Spaniel, Reine.
Jessica L. Holland, D.V.M.
Dr. Jessica Holland graduated from Michigan State’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. She subsequently completed a one-year internship at Peninsula Equine in Menlo Park, CA, and spent another year practicing mostly equine medicine in Michigan before moving to PA. In switching from horses to small animals, she has enjoyed the greater variety of medicine and surgery, as well as being in a climate-controlled hospital. 🙂 Dr. Holland enjoys surgery, in particular, and loves all the cute puppies and kittens she sees now. In her spare time, Dr. Holland enjoys exploring all that Pittsburgh has to offer, from restaurants to the Penguins to the three rivers.
Elizabeth A. Harr, D.V.M.
Elizabeth A. Harr, D.V.M., is the owner of Delmont Veterinary Hospital and has been a practicing veterinarian since 1996. Dr. Harr earned her D.V.M. from the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. Her special focus at MSU was on small animal medicine, surgery, and ultrasound, as well as bovine reproduction. Previously, Dr. Harr earned her B.S. in Biology with a double minor in English Literature & Chemistry from Seton Hill University, where she graduated with honors and received the Sullivan Award for achieving a 4.0 GPA for her senior year. She gained professional experience during her externship in animal reproduction at the Animal Clinic Northview of North Ridgeville, OH, and during clinical rotations in Genetics & Pathology.
Dr. Harr’s previous accomplishments have included contributing to the research and publication of the thesis paper, Apoptosis in Mice, and serving as president of Students for Environmental & Animal Conservation (SEAC). In her free time, Dr. Harr enjoys vocal and guitar performance.
Deborah A. Donohue, BA, MA, VMD
Dr. Donohue is a Pennsylvania native, born and raised in central PA. She received her BA from the University of Pennsylvania in 1981 and her MA from the University of Montana in 1983. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1988. She enjoys working with cats, dogs, and the people that bring them in!
Dr. Donohue shares her home with her husband, 3 children (ages 18, 20, and 22), two dogs, and four cats. In her spare time (what is that?), she enjoys reading, watching movies, playing games (when she can find someone to play with), and going for walks.