Our Veterinarians

MD Vets

We are proud to have a diverse group of doctors who are passionate about their patients! Below is a brief bio on each doctor.

Richard (Rich) P. Streett, III, D.V.M.


Dr. Richard (Rich) P. Streett, III, is a 2000 graduate of the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Streett, III, was born and raised in Harford County. As a young boy, he often sat in on surgery and helped out around the office when his father was working. He graduated from C. Milton Wright High School and received his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Resource Management from the Pennsylvania State University in 1996. Dr. Streett is the managing partner and second generation to work at CVC, Inc. When he’s not at work, Dr. Rich enjoys family time with his wife and 3 children, playing with their dog, Kenzie, as well as fishing, traveling, and playing golf.

Kelly Hoopes Dellinger, D.V.M.


Dr. Dellinger was raised in nearby Cecil County and graduated from St. Andrews School in Middletown, Delaware. She spent her undergraduate years at Ursinus College, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Dr. Dellinger received her veterinary degree from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. She spent six months practicing in Virginia Beach, VA before moving to Harford County in 2004.

Richard (Dick) P. Streett, Jr., V.M.D.


Dr. Richard (Dick) Streett, Jr. is a 1969 graduate of the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Streett was born and raised in Harford County. He graduated from Bel Air High School and did his Pre-Veterinary studies at the University of Maryland, College Park. Dr. Streett founded and was the sole practitioner of Churchville Veterinary Clinic in 1971. Dr. Dick Streett retired from the practice at the beginning of 2011 but is back on board seeing patients on a limited basis at our Greenbrier office. He spends much of his free time enjoying his grandchildren and serving on multiple boards and foundations in the community.

Kim Holloway, D.V.M.


Dr. Kimberly Holloway is a 2000 graduate of the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. She received her Bachelor’s of Science in Business from the University of Maryland College Park in 1991. Dr. Holloway was raised in Salisbury, on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. She practiced large animal medicine and surgery in southern Lancaster County before joining our team in 2008. Dr. Holloway and her husband, Andrew, enjoy outdoor adventures with their two children.

Jenifer O'Connor, D.V.M.


Dr. Jenifer O'Connor, a native of northern New Jersey, is a 2006 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology with a Chemistry minor from Rutgers University in 2002. She practiced in New Jersey for 8 years before recently moving to Harford County.  Dr. O'Connor spends her free time with her husband, two children and dogs.

Lauren Boccanfuso, D.V.M.


Dr. Lauren Boccanfuso graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. She grew up in southern New Jersey and attended University of Delaware for her undergraduate degree in Animal Science. After graduation, she practiced small animal medicine in Havre de Grace, Maryland for two and a half years before going to work for a non-profit shelter in Delaware for the past 4 years. She lives in Harford county with her husband and they are expecting their first child this summer. Dr. Boccanfuso will be seeing clients at both Churchville and Greenbrier Veterinary Clinics.

Kaitlyn Pontuti, DVM


Dr. Kaitlyn Pontuti is a 2017 graduate of Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. She grew up in northern Maryland and received her bachelor of science degree in biology at York College of Pennsylvania. Although she chose to go into small animal medicine, she has a special interest and love for small ruminants. In her free time, she enjoys reading, fishing, riding her horse, and spending time with her beagle, Princess and her two cats, Monty and Boo.

John Brooks, DVM


Dr. John Brooks received his DVM in 1974 from the University of the Philippines. He graduated with his Bachelor of Science Degree, majoring in Animal Science from the University of Maryland in 1966. He grew up on a farm in Baltimore County raising grain, beef and swine. After 44 years in practice, Dr. Brooks is continuing to live his boyhood dream as a companion animal and large animal practitioner. He has received numerous awards at the local, state and national level for his work in veterinary associations. Dr. Brooks, along with his wife of 37 years, and 2 grown sons tries to enjoy their home outside of Jackson Hole whenever possible and all the outdoor activities that Wyoming has to offer.

Brittney Uhland, DVM


Please join us in welcoming Dr. Brittany Uhland to our team! Brittney Uhland is a 2016 graduate of the University Of Georgia College Of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, she completed a year-long internship at UGA which focused on small animal medicine in a general practice setting. It also allowed her to work closely with veterinary students and discover how much she enjoys the teaching side of veterinary medicine, both in a traditional sense, but also in working with owners to help them best care for their pets. Brittney grew up in Harford County, and recently moved back to Maryland to be closer to her family. She received her bachelor of science in Biology from Salisbury University in 2011. In her downtime, she enjoys spending time outdoors, doing yoga, and loves watching old movies. She also enjoys spending time with her two cats, Bailey and Bogart.

Amy Hubbard, DVM


Dr. Amy Hubbard is a graduate from University Wisconsin Madison Veterinary School. She has practiced in Harford County for over 20 years. Dr. Hubbard has a strong interest in veterinary dentistry and pocket pets. She has been a long –time volunteer at the Humane Society of Harford County and Animal Rescue, Inc. Dr. Amy Hubbard is married and has 3 older children. She presently has 2 dogs and 2 cats which are all rescues.

Suzanne Hoerle, DVM


Please join us in welcoming back Dr. Suzanne Hoerle to Churchville Veterinary Clinic! Dr. Hoerle has practiced small animal medicine in both Delaware and Maryland and most recently worked full time as the Medical Director in a large, no-kill shelter. She has rejoined our team to continue working with pets and their owners to provide them the best possible wellness and sick care to improve and lengthen their lives. Her veterinary interests include soft tissue surgery, pain management, and high quality wellness and preventative care. Dr. Suzanne Hoerle is a 2013 graduate of Colorado State University's College of Veterinary Medicine. She was raised in central Connecticut and graduated with a B.S. in Veterinary and Animal Science from University of Massachusetts Amherst. She and her husband recently moved to Port Deposit, Maryland and together they've started to acquire a menagerie of farm animals including chickens and a pot bellied pig. They're next acquisitions will be goats and a donkey!