James Foor, DVM Veterinarian, Partner Dr. Foor joined the practice in 1993 after the sale of a large practice in Maryland. He graduated from the University of Georgia Veterinary School in 1973 followed by two years of post-graduate work at the University of Minnesota in both medicine and surgery. His professional interests lie in orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, reproduction, oncology, clinical pathology and metabolic diseases of geriatric patients. Dr. Foor is active in both civic and Masonic organizations. He served as both Planning Commission Chairman for Queen Annes County and commissioner on the Critical Area Commission for the State of Maryland for 10 years. In 2009, he received the County SPCA Animal Kindness Award. Dr. Foor was the president of the DVMA in 2010. He lives near Lewes with his wife Diane and their beloved dogs and cats. They both enjoy antiques and gardening as well as traveling to the Caribbean.
Janice Sosnowski, DVM Veterinarian, Partner, Corporation President Dr. Jan purchased the practice in 1986. She is a native of Annapolis. Her veterinary education includes graduating from the University of Georgia Veterinary School in 1980 followed by two years of post-graduate work at the University of Guelph in both medicine and surgery. The practice started as a small one doctor, two room facility in 1987. Dr. Jan has directed the growth and provided the vision for the practice ever since. She has served as president of the DVMA, has served on the board of DAEC and is currently serving as the Delaware representative to the AVMA House of Delegates (since 1997). In 2009, she received the Kent County SPCA Animal Kindness Award and the 2009 H. Wesley Towers Veterinarian of the Year Award. Her husband, Scott Nichol, manages their farm with their horses, dogs and cats. Dr. Jan enjoys snow skiing, water sports, and competing her 3 show hunters on the A circuit beteen NY and FL.
Jessica Street, DVM
Dr. Street joined the practice in 2015. She graduated with high honors from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2010 and completed her clinical year at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She received the Ross University Hill's Scholarship for Community Service as well as the Ross University Hill's Scholarship Compassionate Care Award in 2009. Prior to veterinary school Dr. Street graduated in 2005 as a Bunton Waller Fellow from the Pennsylvania State University with a B.S. in Animal Bioscience. She is a member of the Delaware Veterinary Medical Association (DVMA). She is also a board member of the The Pet Project based out of Bear, DE. She resides in Camden with her husband, young sons, Netherland Dwarf rabbit, Domestic Short Hair cat, and their dogs.
Dr. Elizabeth Dalzell, DVM
Dr. Dalzell recently moved to Delaware from North Dakota with her husband, Kelly, son Liam and two dogs. She grew up in Clearwater, FL. Dr. Dalzell graduated in 2014 from St. George's University and did her clinical year at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. She wanted to be a veterinarian as a young girl but changed her mind after James Herriot was bitten by a cat in an episode of All Creatures Great and Small. After graduating from Eckerd College and trying multiple careers, she adopted an Australian Shepherd to try her hand at agility. She loved her dog and had a passion for health and wellness, so veterinary work seemed like the logical next step. She sought out a job as a veterinary technician at Barsch Animal Clinic in Tampa, FL. A few years later her mentor, Dr. Barsch, told her it was time to apply to veterinary school. So she did. The rest, as they say, is history.