Orefield Veterinary Clinic's Mission

The mission of Orefield Veterinary Clinic in Orefield, PA, is to provide our clients with the highest standards of compassion; to serve them in a courteous, professional and kind manner; to let our clients know they are valued and to develop long term relationships with our clients and their pets.

We promote regular preventative care so our patients can enjoy a lifetime of good health. We want to educate and inform owners to the best of our ability so they can make the best decisions regarding the well-being of their pets. We are here to strengthen the human-animal bond within the community and to inspire our community to care for its pets by offering state-of-the-art diagnostics, treatments and services.

  • Dr. Lucinda Schlofer, DVM

    Dr. Lucinda Schlofer, DVM Dr. Lucy was born and raised in Montclair, NJ. She obtained both her Bachelor's and Master's Degrees of Science from Arizona State University in 1995 and 1996, respectively. In 2001, she obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Oregon State University. She worked in Santa Fe, NM, at a mixed practice before moving to Pennsylvania. She has been practicing mostly small animal medicine since then. Besides dogs and cats, she has special interest in pocket pets and alpacas. She lives on a small farm in New Tripoli with her husband and two children. Her fur kids include 2 horses, 1 alpaca, ducks, chickens, 3 barn cats, a house cat named Spitfire, a Pitbull mix named Bella, a rabbit named Max, and a goldfish.

  • Andy Green
    Head Veterinary Technician

    Andy graduated from the LCCC/NCC veterinary technician program in 2006. He has worked in veterinary practice since 2000, and has worked with Dr. Lucy almost his entire career. A lifetime local, raised in Whitehall PA, now residing in Lehighton with his wife and daughter. Their furry children include a few physically handicapped cats, and four dogs: Emmit, a pitbull with special needs, Tito a Chiuhuahua, Rosy a yorkie, and Eli an American bulldog/pitbull mix.

  • Tammy Duch
    Veterinary Technician

    Tammy graduated from the LCCC/NCC vet tech program in 2003, though worked in the vet field for a few years prior. She grew up on a full-functioning farm in New Tripoli. She graduated from Kutztown University with high honors with a bachelor degree in Psychology in 1999. Not feeling fulfilled, she entered the vet world. Currently working part-time as a vet tech with Dr. Lucy, she is also a mother of 3 children, 2 dogs, 4 cats, and chickens! She is married with her family living in Cherryville. She has a love for Rottweilers. 

  • Clare Schultes
    Veterinary Technician

    A recent graduate for the LCCC/NCC veterinary technician program, I Clare also works in rescue and shelter medicine. Aside from spay/neuter clinics she medically assists with preparing foster/shelter animals for their forever home and participates in their trap-neuter-release (TNR) program for feral cats. :I have learned so much from volunteering on various farms caring for equine, goats, pigs, ducks, and other domestic pets .' Residing in Walnutport, Clare on occasional has foster cat, 3 cats , her cocker spaniel named Balise. 'I am very excited to be a part of the staff at Orefield veterinary Clinic.'

  • Heather Wambold
    Office Manager/Receptionist

    Heather joined our staff after many years of working in the early childhood education, but has found over the years veterinary medicine is not much different. 'I love coming to work everyday! Ever since I started working here at Orefield Veterinary Clinic I have been learning as much as I can about pet health and well being. She lives in New Tripoli with her husband and 2 children, 2 dogs Rascal and Ruby, and 2 cats Stewart and Simon. She can't wait to talk to you to help you make an appointment. 


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Office Hours

We are CLOSED Saturday 5/29 and Monday 5/31. We are closing at 2pm on Friday 5/28.



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