December 2017


To My Patients:

​It is with a heavy heart that I announce that I will be retiring from veterinary medicine and Paws 'N Claws Veterinary Clinic, LLC.  I have truly enjoyed practice and have relished the opportunity to be responsible for the care of your pets and the rest of my patients.


​I am happy to announce that I have found a terrific veterinarian as a replacement.  Dr. Andrew Levine will be joining the Paws 'N Claws team.  Dr. Levine graduated from Ross University in 2006 and did his Senior Clinics at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine.  After graduation, he worked in a variety of veterinary practices in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania to hone his skills and gain the experience that he now brings to us.


​When he is not being a doctor, Dr. Levine enjoys playing guitar, reading, and listening to live music.  Dr. Levine has a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel named Calvin and two cats named Katie and Amy.


​Early in our interaction, we both realized that Paws 'N Claws was a good match and Dr. Levine is very excited to meet you and your pets.  While he is new to the team, the rest of the familiar faces will be there ready to help.


​It has been my pleasure and honor to serve you and your family.  Best wishes for your future health and the health of your pets.  I know you will be in good hands for years to come.


Very truly yours


​Sharon A Johnson, DVM


The new owner has decided not to employ my sister Karen Johnson (far right), who was the Saturday receptionist and Kevin Sargent (center).  Valarie Crum (far left), Jeanette Marren (second from left), and  Jonita Caporale will still be part of the team so there will still be familiar faces when you visit!! 

Let me introduce you to Dr. Andrew Levine, the new owner of Paws 'N Claws Veterinary Clinic, LLC

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