Jaclyn Wolinski, DVM
Dr. Wolinski is a native of Salisbury, MD who graduated from the VA-MD Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. Her first year out of school, she worked as a general practitioner in Cambridge, MD before she helped open Healing Hands Animal Hospital in 2005. She worked there as an owner/general practitioner until she split from that practice in December 2012. Since then, she has been offering house call services while planning for the Animal Wellness Center. She graduated from the Healing Oasis Wellness Center’s Veterinary Spinal Manipulative Therapy Certification program in 2008, completed the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society’s 2012/2013 Certification program for veterinary acupuncture and is in the process of completing the University of Tennessee’s Canine Rehabilitation Certificate Program. She currently lives in Hebron, MD with her boyfriend, 4 dogs and 8 cats.
Randy was born and grew up in Salisbury Maryland and currently lives in Parsonsburg Maryland. He got his first dog, as an adult, in 1997 and realized he wanted to work with animals. He got a job with his veterinarian, Winterplace Animal Hospital, as a veterinary technician in training in 1999. He continued working at Winterplace Animal Hospital for 16 years. Over the years he went from technician in training to head technician and surgery technician. In 2008, he took over as office manager, where he learned more about running the business. Randy and Dr. Wolinski met at Winterplace in the early years, when she was working summers through college.
Randy enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters. He also enjoys going to classic car shows and cruising around in his Camaro convertible with the top down whenever the weather permits. His daughters keep him pretty busy, going to all their activities and sporting events. He has three Dalmatians (Jonas, Memphis and Hershey). His wife and eldest daughter train Memphis and Hershey in agility trials. Randy is a member of Pets on Wheels with Jonas. He and Jonas visit Delmar Elementary with the Tales for Dogs program, which allows children to read to dogs. Jonas is a three-legged dog which is why he has a soft spot for three-legged pets and compelled to him adopt two amputee kittens from Pets ER. Stella and Kiara are his family’s three-legged cats.