Meet The Team of PRAH
You want to know that your pet is being treated by the best in the business, and at PRAH, you can be sure they are! Our veterinarians are all driven by the same core values: to provide progressive, respectful, accommodating, and heartfelt care. Each one fulfills those values in every service provided. Learn more about our veterinarians below by calling us now or schedule an appointment soon to experience our special brand of veterinary medicine.
Dr. Dawn Fiedorczyk, Medical Director
Dr. Dawn Fiedorczyk was born in Pennsylvania and grew up in the small town of West Wyoming. She attended Wyoming Area School District before going off to major in biology at College Misericordia ( now Misericordia University). She completed her master's in biology at East Stroudsburg University, and then attended veterinary school at the University of Pennsylvania. She started her career at a local ER while also doing small animal and exotics day practice relief work and helping a local shelter. She remains active in the veterinary community as the president of the Northeast Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association (NEPVMA) and currently holds a position with the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA) as President-Elect and education committee chair. She is also on the Board of Trustees for Animal Care PA, the charitable arm of the PVMA.
She has a strong interest in helping to maintain the personal well-being of those within the veterinary profession and serves as a moderator and grant committee member of Not One More Vet (NOMV), an online support resource for veterinarians and support staff. Mental health is just as important as physical health and empathy, acceptance and education are especially important to her. Promoting and fostering the human animal bond fuels her passions in her day to day through all aspects of medicine. She is knowledgeable in many areas of veterinary medicine , including but not limited to: surgery, dentistry, pain management, shelter medicine, exotic animal medicine, and feline medicine.
In her spare time she loves to cook and garden. She currently resides in Drum, PA with her husband, Christopher, and numerous feline family members. We are lucky to have her as our medical director and await for her family to finish the process of relocation to New Jersey. She has two nieces- Izabella and Annalyse- with whom she dotes on and loves to pieces.
Dr. Erin Scaglione
Dr. Scaglione received her bachelor’s degree in biology from the College of New Jersey. She then went to Iowa State University where she received her DVM. Dr. Scaglione enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, but her special interests include internal medicine, dentistry, and nutrition. She has received her Canine Rehabilitation Certificate (CCRP) from the University of Tennessee and is passionate about her rehabilitation and physical therapy program at Park Ridge.
She resides in Bergen County with her husband, two daughters, and their dog, Charley. When asked what she enjoys in her free time, Dr. Scaglione answered, "What free time? I have children."
Dr. Emma Edgar
Dr. Emma Edgar received her bachelor’s degree in biobehavioral health and biology from Penn State University in 2014 and her veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 2019. She practiced in Westchester County, NY for two years before joining us. Her special interests include endocrinology, dermatology, and canine behavior.
Outside of work, Dr. Emma enjoys spending time with her husband Alex, and rescue dog, Ellie, exploring NYC, reading, exercising, and volunteering at a local animal shelter.