Dr. Hollway is a York County native and realized her love for animals at a very early age. Growing up on a farm surrounded by horses, dogs and cats, it was easy to recognize her passion for the field of veterinary medicine.
Dr. Hollway attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts and completed her clinical year at Kansas State University.
Upon graduation from veterinary school, she started her career at an emergency hospital outside of Philadelphia where she worked for two years. After giving birth to her beautiful daughter, she and her husband decided to return to York to be closer to family.
Dr. Hollway has 2 dogs, Godiva a "coconut retriever" from St. Kitts, and Jamie a rescue from the SPCA. She also has 5 cats; Louie, who has saved many lives of his own as a feline blood donor at Kansas State University; Fendi, a long haired purr-machine and lap-warmer; Vanilla Bean, a rescue who melted her heart when a client found her outside; Mya, affectionately known as "My-My" by her daughter; and lastly, our newest addition, a cat who thinks 3 legs is all you really need, Hiccup.
Graduating from North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Halley Deihl is a Pennsylvania native, originally from the Lehigh Valley and has called York County home since 2007.
Dr. Deihl lives on 64-rolling acres with her husband, Aaron and their two
She enjoys assisting owners with both preventative medicine and unwell pet
consultations, in addition to soft tissue surgeries and dental procedures. Her personal interests include: cooking/baking and spending time with her family.
Born and raised on a small farm in Seven Valleys, Pennsylvania, I’ve spent most of my life around and caring for animals. I always knew I would devote myself to a lifelong career in caring for them. I graduated from Spring Grove High School in 2013. Soon after I began attending York County Career Institute, where I graduated with an Associate’s Degree in 2015. I started my Veterinary Technician career four years ago at Seven Valleys Veterinary Hospital; and consider the patients, clients, and fellow employees to be family.
My furry family consists of 2 dogs, Dio and Franco. Four cats, Sammy, Bella, Scraggles, and Smokey. Two Donkeys, Hershey and Donkey, one goat named Violet, and many chickens.
I am a southern York County native, with a lifelong appreciation of animals. I joined SVVH in 2012 where I started as a veterinary assistant and now am receptionist. I love being able to interact with both the owners and their animals.
I enjoy spending free time with my mini me Kaitlyn, and my husband, Josh. As a family we love all of our animals, we have 3 dogs, 2 guinea pigs and some freshwater fish. Our dogs are Mattie a lab mix, Stryker a Catahoula leopard dog who is training to be my husband's therapy dog, and Ed a Boston terrier. We have two female guinea pigs named Ladybug and Bacon.
I joined the Seven Valleys Veterinary team in June of 2017, shortly after graduating from YTI Career Institute where I earned an Associate’s Degree in Specialized Science. Working here has given me a variety of responsibilities and tasks, but most of all it has made me realize I would love to do this for the rest of my life. I’m very dedicated to the health of the patients that my fellow employees and I provide care for.
I currently reside just outside of Gettysburg where I've lived with my family and our four-legged babies including Nova, my Labrador Retriever/Border Collie mix, River, the French Bulldog, and our two cats Oakley and Kali. In my free time I enjoy creating artwork, traveling, or volunteering at my local church.
My name is Kristin Brammann. I have a great love for animals. As a child I had wanted to work in a veterinary hospital, and it wasn't until I grew up that I realized how fitting of a role that would be. With a passion for animals, healthcare, and wanting to help families, I have found my calling.
I graduated from Dover Area High School in 2012. In January of 2019, I made the big decision to attend YTI Career Institute, to begin my training to become a certified veterinary technician.
Although I do not currently have any fur babies of my own, it is the life I am aspiring for. In my free time I enjoy reading, hiking, photography and carpentry.
As a child, I had a great love for animals and as I continued to grow, my passion to help and care for them grew as well. In January of 2019 I began my journey to become a Certified Veterinary Technician by attending YTI Career Institute. This exciting adventure has allowed me to combine my love of science and my passion for helping animals and their families!
My furry babies include Daisy, a Bernese Mountain Dog, Cooper, an Australian Shepherd, and Montana a mixed breed rescue. In my free time I enjoy walking my dogs, reading, and spending time with my family.