Edward Taylor Earley, DVM, AVDC/Eq
Dr. Earley has practiced veterinary medicine in the Williamsport area for nearly 30 years. He is originally from Michigan where he attended Michigan State University. His initial undergraduate degree was in Animal Science/Dairy Science. He graduated from the Michigan State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1985. Following graduation he moved to Wellsboro Pennsylvania and worked in a mixed animal practice for 2 years. In 1987 he moved to Williamsport to start his own practice. His initial ~12 years in Williamsport was as a mixed animal practitioner with a strong emphasis in equine medicine and surgery. The next 10 years the practice was focused on serving the equine patients only. During that period of time he developed a strong interest in equine dentistry along with oral and maxillofacial surgery. In 2008 he completed a Fellowship in equine dentistry through the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry. In 2010 while trying to maintain his practice, he started an alternate pathway residency in equine and small animal dentistry under Dr. Rawlinson at Cornell University. In 2011, he re-opened the small animal clinic. In the spring of 2014 Dr. Earley became a founding Diplomate in Equine Dentistry through the American College of Veterinary Dentistry. In the summer of 2014 he completed his small animal residency at Cornell University. Dr. Earley is currently employed part-time for Large Animal Dentistry at the Equine Farm Animal Hospital at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. When not at Cornell, he continues to work at his home practice (Laurel Highland Veterinary Clinic) in Williamsport, PA where the practice has a strong emphasis in small and large animal dentistry.
Dr. Earley spends his free time trying to help out with his family’s farm where they raise Fell Ponies and Angus cattle. When not working, his favorite pass time includes trail running, wakeboarding, snowboarding, skiing and camping with his family.
Meet the Doctors
Allison R Dotzel, DVM
Dr. Dotzel grew up locally in Montoursville Pennsylvania and began working at Laurel Highland Veterinary Clinic in 2003 as an undergraduate student. She earned her bachelors degree in Animal Bioscience from Penn State University and graduated with her doctorate in veterinary medicine from the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. She joined the practice in 2011 as an associate veterinarian and became a partner in the practice 2012. Dr. Dotzel currently works with both equine and small animal patients at the practice and has a strong interest in veterinary dentistry. She is currently working to complete a dual alternate pathway residency in equine and small animal dentistry. .
Dr. Dotzel enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends. She also likes to travel and makes an effort to take a trip to someplace warm each winter.