Dr. Jorge Pang, DVMDr. Pang graduated from Rutgers University with a Bachelors in Animal Science in 2011. He then attended Ross University, performed his clinical year at Louisiana State University and graduated with Honors in January 2015 with a doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. He worked for Banfield Pet Hospital before joining Montvale Animal Hospital in January 2017.

His professional interest is to provide high quality medicine to all of his patients. He is specifically passionate about heartworm prevention as his dog was diagnosed with Heartworm Disease at the time of adoption. Knowing first-hand how tough it was to get through that, Dr. Pang feels dedication, compassion and communication with clients are a cornerstone of veterinary medicine and his medical interests are in the field of cardiology and surgery.

Dr. Pang currently lives in Rahway, NJ with his two paralyzed French Bulldogs and his girlfriend. Outside of work, Dr. Pang loves to spend time with his dogs. They are like his children! Along with caring for his special needs pets, his other hobbies include hockey, football, scuba diving, and exploring the culinary world.  

Dr. Sasha Romoleroux DVM with cat Dr. Sasha Romoleroux grew up in local Hudson County, New Jersey. She earned undergraduate degrees in Biology and Chemistry from Caldwell University. Throughout undergraduate schooling, she worked as a Veterinary Technician for four years; it was during this time that she found her love for veterinary medicine.

After a year of traveling, she attended Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, earning a DVM degree in 2016. She worked at the Banfield Pet Hospital before joining the team at the Montvale Animal Hospital. It is the importance of establishing strong relationships with clients and their pets along with building trust that provides the passion to providing quality medicine to all of her patients.

Dr. Chad Andrews is our veterinary surgeon who performs some of the most advanced surgeries, completed right in our animal hospital’s operating room. His surgical team services the Tri-state area, bringing specialty and emergency surgical solutions to general practices in the New York, Connecticut and New Jersey regions.

Dr. Andrews received his DVM from The Ohio State University. He completed a rotating internship at the University of Georgia, a surgical internship at Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists in Houston, TX, and his residency at The University of Tennessee. He stayed on as an assistant professor of surgery at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine where he led the Total Hip Replacement Program and mentored residents in the art of arthroscopy, as well as a multitude of other procedures. He was board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in March 2012. He has been involved with various surgical teaching labs that provide continuing education credits to surgeons and general practitioners.