Peticote Veterinary Clinic

221 Newbolds Corner RD
Southhampton, NJ 08088


Our Staff

Staff Christmas Party 2016

Peticote Veterinary Clinic - Southampton NJ - Carolyn

Carolyn Pettit

Office Manager

Almost anytime you come through the front doors of Peticote Veterinary Clinic, you will be greeted by Dr. William Pettit’s wife, Carolyn Pettit! Carolyn loves meeting and helping all of our clients at the front desk. She works hard every day answering phone calls and managing the office books. Carolyn has a Master’s Degree in Education from Ohio State University where she and William met through the 4-H program. Over the last 30 years, they’ve had 6 children together, traveled worldwide doing embryo work in cows, and raised an impressive veterinary business! When not inside the clinic, you often find Carolyn painting and gardening around the farm which she enjoys in her free time. Carolyn will be here to greet you when you get here!



Stacy George, CVT

Head Technician  

Stacy George joined the Pettit family in 2007. As head technician, Stacy regularly runs appointments, manages hospital orders, and helps out with surgical procedures. Prior to the Pettits, Stacy worked in specialty clinics after she received her certification and B.S. in Animal Science from Delaware Valley College. Stacy is interested in surgery and the reproductive side of veterinary medicine. When Stacy is outside of the clinic, she shows/breeds Chesapeake Bay Retrievers and spends time with her two horses.

Vicki Wilcox, CVT

Technician & Kennel Staff Manager

Victoria joined the Pettits in July 2013 after receiving her B.S. and certification in veterinary technology from Wilson College. Since starting at Peticote, Victoria continues to attend veterinary seminars, classes, and certification courses to keep up to date with the current events of veterinary medicine. Her interests broadcast across all fields of veterinary work and she is always interested in sharing her knowledge and experience with others! Victoria is certified for dental procedures and laser therapy. When she isn’t working at the clinic, Victoria spends time with and cares for her menagerie of pets including her cats “Andre” & “Miss Kitty”, “Mr. Pickles” the rat, “Blue” the anole, “Goliath” the frog, and “Peter” the betta fish. Victoria’s other interests include outdoor sports, running, reading, photography, giraffes, and volunteer work on horse farms.

Carleigh with one of our patients, Rufio!

Carleigh Connor


Carleigh joined the Pettit family in March of 2012 by starting as a kennel assistant. She started work directly out of high school on a local horse farm and Petsmart prior to Peticote. Carleigh’s interest in animals stems from her parent’s Sheltie breeding and showing business she was a part of growing up. Six months post joining the Pettits, Carleigh’s performance earned her a spot as a veterinary assistant where she learned about the reproductive side of medicine. Today, Carleigh is working as a full time technician while raising and breeding Havanese dogs at home. Outside of her professional life, Carleigh enjoys horseback riding, movies, and spending time with her mom and boyfriend.

Haven Rader Jones


Haven joined the Peticote family in July 2013 after completing her B.S. of Biological Science at Rowan University. Working as a veterinary technician since 2010, Haven’s furthered her education even more by getting Certified in Dental procedures and Animal Laser therapy.  Her interests lie in parasitology, surgery, and dentistry. Outside of her professional life, Haven spends time with her two cat’s “Appa” and “Jiji”, renovating her home, gardening, and reading.

Ashley Parento


Ashley joined the Pettits in March 2015 as a part time technician while working at UPS. She is educated in business management from Burlington County College (now known as Rowan College at Burlington County). While completing her education, Ashley was managing horse farms until 2012 when she began working as a small animal technician. She spent time working with horses across the South Jersey area and teching at small animal clinics. Today, Ashley is working full time with the Pettits and continues to expand her experience in the veterinary field. At home, Ashley cares for her family's’ dogs “Missy”, “Casey”, “Lady”, “Luna” and her boyfriend’s dogs “Ace”, “Champ”, and “Axel”. Outside of her professional life, Ashley thrives to spend her free time with “Newman” her Percheron horse and her boyfriend.

Amanda Holley


Amanda joined the Pettits in June 2015 and brings over seven years of technical experience with her! After leaving community college, Amanda began learning technical skills through on the job training at various veterinary clinics. She is extremely skilled at phlebotomy and is always there to help patients feel more comfortable during their procedures. Outside of work, Amanda enjoys spending time with her family and dog “Odie”. Her interests include riding quads/dirt bikes, cooking, and pandas.

Charity Young, CVT


Charity joined the Pettit family in September 2015 and comes to us all the way from Alaska! Charity brings experience from a variety of clinics across the United States due to her husband’s military career. Charity has been working as a technician since 2007 after earning her A.S. and certification from the Bel-Rea Veterinary Technician Training Program. Charity focuses her expertise on the care of hospitalized pets and helping to make pets and pet parents more comfortable in the clinic. Charity likes to make sure everyone has a smile on their face! Outside of her professional life, Charity spends time with her two dogs “Titan” & “Chance”, cats “Cheeto” & “Lexie”, and “Everest” the betta fish. In her free time, Charity enjoys family time with her husband & children going fishing, swimming, and having bonfires.

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Jessica Butler, CVT


Jessica joined the Pettits in October of 2016 and looks forward to meeting all of our clients and their beloved pets! She has been working as a technician since 2008 with a certification from Camden County College. Jessica is also specialized in bereavement counseling for clients whom have lost pets. Her interests outside of work include spending time with her husband, son, and family as well as her two parakeets, pomeranian "Amber", and two cats "Oreo" & "Trouble". 

Meghan Connolly


Meghan joined the Pettits in February 2016. After receiving her B.S. in Animal Science from Rutgers University, Meghan attended Camden County College to receive her certification as a phlebotomy technician. Her prior experiences range from working with dairy cattle to horses at various clinics. Meghan is interested in a variety of medical subjects and how the field of vet medicine is evolving today. Meghan is working at the front desk as a receptionist for now, but will soon be working towards becoming a staff technician! Outside of work, Meghan spends time with her three dogs “Henry”, “Meredith” & “Shadow”, her two horses “Gui” & “Sheldon”, and her cat “Princess”. Her interests include horseback riding, volunteering at a local horse training facility, camping, painting, gardening, and baking.

We wish a big congratulations to Meghan's recent engagement!

Victoria Fergueson

Veterinary Assistant

Victoria started as a boarding assistant August 2014, but can now be seen working up front with our technical staff! Victoria graduated from Burlington County Institute of Technology June of 2014, finishing up her Veterinary Assistant career course and getting her NOCTI certificate. She is currently enrolled in the Penn Foster veterinary technology program to get her associates degree. Victoria is interested in most by radiology and laboratory applications in veterinary medicine. At home, she has five fur babies: her dog "Jersey," her cats "Chrissy", "Cookie", and "Dusty," and her bearded dragon "Rocky." Outside of work, Victoria spends her time with her family/boyfriend, watching horror movies, and studying for her courses.

Meet Our Medical Boarding Assistants

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Bridget Crawford

Annalia Sullivan

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Calista Shontz