Paul Lukianovich, VMD, Jeremy Lukianovich, VMD, and Michael Miller, VMD would all like to welcome you to our animal hospital! They look forward to meeting your furry friend and caring for him or her.
Paul Lukianovich, VMD
Dr. Paul Lukianovich was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but moved to Marlton, New Jersey after graduating from LaSalle University. He worked on his Master’s Degree at Rutgers University, and completed his veterinary degree at the University of Pennsylvania in 1984, graduating with honors – magna cum laude. Although he worked at the Marlton Animal Hospital in many capacities since May 1978, he joined the veterinary staff as an associate in 1984, and has proceeded to become the current owner of the practice. He married Christine Hayduk in 1977, and they have two sons, Paul Jr. and Jeremy, both of whom are also active in the practice. Dr. Lukianovich shares his home with a wide variety of pets, including dogs, cats, and birds.
Jeremy Lukianovich, VMD
Dr. Jeremy Lukianovich was born in Marlton NJ. Dr. Jeremy attended LaSalle University, and received his BA in Biology. After graduating from LaSalle, he went to the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, where he graduated in 2009. Before becoming a Veterinarian, Jeremy has been a fixture of the Marlton Animal Hospital for many years, working in various parts of the hospital. At home he has two wonderful Calico Cats, two domestic short hair cats, and a Pointer/Boxer/Pitbull mix which he had treated for a very badly broken leg.
Michael Miller, VMD
Michael S. Miller, M.S., V.M.D., Diplomate, American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, obtained his Masters in cardiac electro physiology at Auburn University’s School of Veterinary Medicine in 1975 and is a 1979 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Miller was associated with Dr. Larry Tilley for 12 years (1980-1992) and is a former Vice President and Consultant for Cardiopet, Inc. Dr. Miller uses state-of-the-art equipment to perform two-dimensional and M-mode echocardiography, pulse and continuous wave Doppler and color-flow Doppler ultrasound. He is co-editor of W.B. Saunder’s Manual of Canine and Feline Cardiology, AAHA’s Cardiology Pocket Reference, and Canine and Feline Cardiac Arrhythmeas (Lea and Febiger). In 1992, Dr. Miller was presented with AAHA’s northeast region Outstanding Service to Veterinary Medicine Award.