We promise to provide you and your pet with the most compassionate and comprehensive care.

Dr. Lauren Blood

Veterinary Medical Doctor

Dr. Lauren Blood is a native of Pittsburgh and a proud graduate of Sewickley Academy. She attended Syracuse University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude, and she earned her veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, where she won the student surgery award for outstanding surgical skills. Along with a well-rounded repertoire of medical skills, Dr. Blood has a passion for small animal (cats and dogs) soft tissue surgery and continues to improve and broaden her skills to take on a larger variety of surgical requirements. At home, she enjoys outdoor activities including horseback riding and spending time with her horse, Brownie, as well as biking, hiking, and staying active. She snuggles up with her two rescue cats, Vivian and Audrey. Dr. Blood looks forward to providing the highest quality care for the furry family members of the Cranberry and surrounding area communities.

Dr. James Iafe

Veterinary Medical Doctor

Originally from New York, Dr.Iafe graduated from New York University and received his veterinary medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. He was elected into membership of the Phi Zeta Honor Society of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. Dr.Iafe has been licensed to practice veterinary medicine in Delaware, New Jersey, Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania. He has chosen Western Pennsylvania to call his home and has been a resident of Cranberry Township for the better part of 17 years. Dr.Iafe has held the office of President of the Western Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association (WPVMA) and during his tenure helped the WPVMA develop an interactive website to better serve its members and the public. Dr.Iafeʼs interests in veterinary medicine include internal medicine, endocrinology, dentistry and dermatology. In his spare time he enjoys golfing, biking and running.

Dr. Carly Schueler

Veterinary Medical Doctor

Dr. Carly Schueler is a Pittsburgh native and a graduate of Shaler Area High School. She was a four year student athlete on the University of Oklahoma women’s rowing team and was named to the Big 12 All-Conference team both junior and senior year. Dr. Schueler attended Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences where she was elected into the Phi Zeta Honor Society of Veterinary Medicine in 2018. While in veterinary school, Dr. Schueler enjoyed volunteering at Operation Catnip, a spay and neuter program for feral and community cats. A few of Dr. Schueler’s veterinary passions include hematology, cytology, and feline medicine. In her free time she enjoys reading, swimming, rowing, and spending time with her rescue cat named Kona. Dr. Schueler is honored to be joining the CVH family and excited to begin her career caring for pets in the northern Pittsburgh area.


Practice Manager

Bedonna started working in veterinary medicine in 2007 and graduated from The Vet Tech Institute in 2008. Since graduating from tech school she has mostly worked with cats and dogs. She has a special interest in client education, in house laboratory procedures, and radiography.

Bedonna resides in Zelienople with her husband, their 2 children, a Boston Terrier, a Chocolate Labrador, and an orange tabby cat. When she is not working she enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Her hobbies include camping, biking, and taking day trips to enjoy the outdoors.


Veterinary Technician

Corinne is originally from the Pocono Mountains where she began her career of 12 years as a technician. During that time, she enjoyed working with many species of animals including: cats, dogs, reptiles, rabbits, and birds. Her special interests are parasitology, dermatology, and of course playing with kittens and puppies.

Corinne currently lives in Cranberry Township with her fiancé, pitbull “Spencer Dark Star Jackson”, lizard “Lefty McGee”, and poison dart frog “ Merle Maloo”. She has many hobbies including: boxing, cross country skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, and playing guitar. In her spare time, she loves sampling all the great food Pittsburgh has to offer and then working it all off at her favorite gym.


Veterinary Technician

Went to Sanford Brown aka (Pittsburgh Career Institute), she graduated in 2014. Mostly work with dogs and cats. She loves educating people and drawing blood and doing lab work. Originally from Brookfield, Connecticut but now resides in Economy with her husband and 2 animals, a dog named Thor and a cat named Bubbles. Her love for animals has driven her to this path since childhood. When she isn’t working she likes to spend time with family and friends, go hiking and playing softball.


Veterinary Technician

Andi Cloutier, after relocating from New Hampshire via Maryland, melded with the staff at Cranberry Veterinary Hospital in October of 2017. She has had several decades of experience working with many species of animals beyond dogs and cats, including among others; horses, goats, birds and pocket pets. Andi has many hobbies and interests but most beneficial for veterinary care is her passion for science-based dog behavior and training. In recent years, she has enjoyed teaching obedience, superintending and judging 4-H dog shows in both NH and MD.

At home, she has a wonderfully patient husband, Jeff. They have a beautiful and funny daughter named Izabel. Their four-legged children are Rhodesian Ridgebacks Griffin and Phoenix, and a little furry potato named Almond Joy (A.J.).


Certified Veterinary Technician

Danika graduated from Vet Tech Institute at the end of 2015, and received her certification in the spring of 2016. She has been working with cats and dogs since graduating from school. She has special interest in parasitology and feline and canine behavior.

Danika currently resides in New Sewickley with her loving boyfriend, his smart son, a Golden Retriever named Willow, and an Irish Setter named Cedar. When she isn’t working she enjoys spending time with her family and dogs, camping, and cooking.


Certified Veterinary Technician

Heather is a proud Certified Veterinary Technician, graduated from the Vet Tech Institute of Pittsburgh in 2016. Following her heart from a young age, she made her dream come true and now gets to show her love for animals every day. She joined the Cranberry Veterinary Hospital team in May 2018. Heather has a passion for surgery and patient care. When she’s not at work she loves to spend time with friends and family and enjoy the outdoors.


Certified Veterinary Technician
Madison is a Certified Veterinary Technician and recent graduate of Vet Tech Institute. She has always had a great love for animals big and small. Her special interests include lab work and specialty medicine. She joined our team in the summer of 2018. Outside of work she enjoys spending time outdoors, listening to music, spending time with friends and family, and loving her cat Scat.


Head Veterinary Technician
Melissa graduated from the Vet Tech Institute in December of 2009 after knowing from a little girl that she wanted to work with animals when she grew up. She likes blood drawing and snapping x-rays! She has an ever growing love for cats and especially loves small scruffy dogs and geriatric pets. Immediately after graduation, she started working alongside a feline master groomer that left an imprint on her heart that she still treasures to this day. A few years later, she started working as a veterinary technician and hasn’t looked back.

She is a North Hills native who now lives in Harmony Township of Beaver Co. with her husband, John; their 2 rescue dogs, Abby and Brick; and their 4 rescue cats; Eugene, Francis, Zachary Binks, and most recently, Clyde.

In her free time she enjoys being with her family and cuddling up with her fur-kids at home, PlayStation and enjoying movies and music.


Veterinary Technician
Stacy has had a lifelong passion and love for animals. She has over a decade of experience working with and caring for horses, dogs, cats, pocket pets and even some aquatic life along the way. Some of her special interests in veterinary medicine include nutrition, behavior, and surgical procedures.

She is a native of Pittsburgh, now residing in the Shaler area with her husband and three cats Valentine, Lady and Bun Bun. Her interests outside of work include spending time with her husband, family and friends, loving on fur-kids, cooking, being outdoors and painting.