Our Doctors

  • Dr.
    Mary Ellen Markunas
    DVM
    Associate veterinarian
    grew up in the Queens district of New York City and earned her bachelor of arts from the City University of New York at Queens College , completing a major in biology and a minor in chemistry. Dr. Markunas attended the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine and earned her degree in veterinary medicine in 1986. Dr. Markunas proceeded to work in several different veterinary hospitals, practicing small and large animal medicine, before beginning her employment at Harmony Animal Hospital more than 10 years ago. Dr. Markunas greatly enjoys world travel and the outdoors as well as riding her horse, Elliott.
  • Dr.
    Ryan L. Epple
    VMD
    Practice owner & veterinarian
    Dr. Ryan L Epple VMD completed his bachelor of science in biology in 1999 from Pennsylvania State University while a first year veterinary student at the University of Pennsylvania 's School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Ryan Epple completed his degree in veterinary medicine from UPenn in 2003 before beginning practice as an emergency veterinarian at a small animal hospital in Wilmington, Delaware where he also participated at the SPCA providing medical & surgical services. Dr. Ryan began employment at Harmony Animal Hospital in the fall of 2006. Some of Dr. Ryan's hobbies include reading novels, studying music, running and other sports, salsa and swing dancing, traveling to Mexico with his wife and two daughters, and enjoying good coffee.
  • Dr.
    Minjeong Gwon
    DVM
    Dr. Minjeong Gwon completed her training in veterinary medicine at Konkuk University College of Veterinary Medicine in Seoul, Korea in 2004. She started practicing veterinary medicine in US since 2007 and joined Harmony Animal Hospital in January 2011. Her interest in veterinary medicine are soft tissue surgery, dentistry and feline medicine. Her hobbies include reading, movies, and Spending time with family and two cats, Tabby and Jinju. ~~
  • Dr.
    Mahender Singh
    DVM
    Dr. Mahender Singh received his veterinary degree in 1985 from the College of Veterinary Sciences, HAU Hisar, India. Following graduation, he went on to receive the Masters of Veterinary Science in Microbiology in 1988 and the PhD in Veterinary Virology in 1992. From 1992- 1998, he worked at the University of Zurich, Switzerland. In 2000, Dr. Singh has been working in Animal Emergency Hospitals in Pennsylvania and New Jersey before joining Harmony Animal Emergency and Trauma Center in February 2015. Dr. Singh's interests include emergency and critical care, soft tissue surgery, and general and preventive veterinary medicine. Dr. Singh is also member of various veterinary medical associations: VECCS, AVMA, PVMA, LVVMA. In his free time, Dr. Singh enjoys hiking, skiing, gym and yoga.
  • Anthony Long
    D.V.M.

    Dr. Anthony Long graduated from Rutgers University in 2013 with a Bachelor's in Animal Science. He subsequently decided to pursue his veterinary degree 3000 miles away at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in 'sunny' Edinburg, Scotland before joining Harmony Animal Hospital in July 2017. His hobbies include hiking, camping and gardening at the family small holding.

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Tuesday:

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Wednesday:

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Thursday:

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Friday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

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Saturday:

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Testimonial

  • "I love this vet. All of the employees are so helpful and take the time to talk with you even if its just consoling... We live in PA but don't mind the nice country drive to their private office... Our small breed dogs love them. When our one dog passed at 6mos. they were very supportive, and even sent a sympathy card. We like that they always have time, even 24 hr. emergency care and are always clean and helpful and friendly."

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