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Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Herbert Burns is a partner at the practice. Dr. Burns graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. He is the staff veterinarian at Blue Chip Farms and also sees appointments here at the Pine Bush Equine clinic. His interests include surgery and lameness. In his spare time, Herb enjoys spending time with his daughters, golfing and watching his Standardbred horses race.
Dr. Erik Peterson has been a veterinarian at Pine Bush Equine since 1998 and is a partner at the practice. Dr. Peterson is a graduate of Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed his clinical training at Washington State School of Veterinary Medicine. During his tenure at Pine Bush Equine, Dr. Peterson has developed skills in reproduction, lameness, dentistry, and preventative medicine. In his spare time, Erik enjoys skydiving.
Dr. Lowry attended vet school at North Carolina State University, completed a one-year internship in medicine, surgery, and lameness at a sport horse hospital in Virginia, then worked at an equine referral hospital in the San Francisco Bay area. Her special interests include emergency medicine, internal medicine, and ophthalmology. Her free time is spent riding, running, and gardening.
Dr. Betsy Johnson is a native of Goshen NY and attended Cornell University Veterinary School. She did a 1-year equine exclusive internship at Vermont Large Animal Clinic in Milton, VT. She has been a valued member of Pine Bush Equine since the beginning of 2011. Her interests include, geriatric medicine, reproduction and all aspects of ambulatory medicine. In her spare time she enjoys running, hiking and skiing.
Dr. Dinah Skorich attended veterinary school at North Carolina State University and completed a one year surgical and ambulatory internship at Ocala Equine Hospital, as well a 6 month course in Equine Acupuncture at the Chi Institute in Florida. Her interests include surgery, lameness, acupuncture, and ultrasonography of the performance horse. In her free time, she enjoys running, music, riding, and spending time with her zoo of two dogs, three cats and three horses.