Veterinarian - Sewell
585 Woodbury Road
Sewell, NJ 08080
(856) 589-7388

At Bethel Mill Animal Hospital, we strive for a warm and friendly relationship with you and your pet. This page highlights the staff - our training, experience and dedication to veterinary medicine.


Sewell, NJ Veterinarian - Dr. Robin LoveDr. Robin Love grew up in Sewell and graduated from Clearview High school. She continued her education with a degree in Chemistry from Colgate University in Hamilton, New York, graduating Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa. She then obtained her doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in Philadelphia. She began practicing locally upon graduation in 1989 and has pursued continuing education throughout the years. Her special interest is surgery and she performs multiple soft tissue and selected orthopedic procedures. She has studied at the Dental Center in Baltimore and performs surgical tooth extractions and select oral surgeries. She is also certified to perform PennHip radiographs.

In 1999, she realized a lifelong dream and opened Bethel Mill Animal Hospital with the help and support of her husband. Dr. Love has two children, Christian and Sarah, who are both attending college. She also shares her home with two Persian cats, Mischief and Serenity.  Dr. Love is a devoted Flyers fan.  She and her husband also enjoy golfing and entertaining.

Sewell, NJ Veterinarian - Rebecca FultonDr. Rebecca Fulton,a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, has been practicing at Bethel Mill Animal Hospital since 2002.

She has a professional interest in animal rehabilitation and is a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner. She is the proud owner of a canine rehabilitation and conditioning facility. (

Dr. Fulton dedicates much of her time to her bullmastiffs, which she shows in AKC conformation events. In her breeding program she aims to maintain the highest standard of conformation and personality, while improving the health and longevity of the breed. In addition, she is actively involved in bullmastiff rescue.

Dr. Fulton resides in Burlington County with her husband, her two children, and a house full of bullmastiffs.



Becky began her veterinary career at Pennsuaken Animal Hospital.  She then spent 4 years working at a local 24 hour emergency hospital where she met Dr. Love.  After studying at Camden County College’s Veterinary Technician Program she passed her New Jersey Technician Boards in June of 1998.  She has been with Bethel Mill since it opened in 1999.  Becky has been trained at the Animal Dental Center in Maryland, and does more than 20 hours of CE biannually  to keep up her state licensing. She supervises the technicians and veterinary assistants, does the scheduling and inventory, and has a special interest in client education and emergency medicine.

Becky lives in Sewell with her husband Greg and 2 daughters, Faith and Leah.  Her furry family includes a rescue shih tzu (Meatloaf), A rescue tea cup Yorkie (Bunny), and cats (Pickles, Noodles and Blue), and the “kitties”.  Her free time is devoted to raising her family, singing in her church’s praise band, her personal band Stained Glass and keeping up with Walking Dead.

In 1997, Emily began her career in veterinary medicine at a small animal clinic in Pennsuaken NJ. During that time she was attending Camden County College and earned her Associate’s degree in Animal Science.  After completing her certification in 2001, Emily joined the team at Bethel Mill Animal Hospital.  Further educating herself in this field, she attended a course at University of Tennessee for canine rehabilitation.  She completed her certification as a CCRP (Certified Canine Rehab Practitioner) in 2009.  Emily has also taken continuing education courses at Animal Dental Center with Dr. Ira Luskin in Maryland.  Her main passion is surgery and typically, you will find Emily assisting in surgery 4 days a week.  During her free time, she cares for her Bullmastiff rescue, “Moses” and her geriatric cat “Sandy”.  Emily became a mom in 2011 and enjoys spending lots of time with her family and caring for her daughter.  She is also a bit of a social media junkie and keeps our Facebook page active.

Arlette is a graduate of Camden County College.  She graduated from the Animal Science program in 1998 and has over 15 years experience as a veterinary technician.  She has been with us since 2006.  She has a Chihuahua Ziggy, and Olde English Bulldog Bruiser,  and two cats Napoleon and Luna.  We call her the Chihuahua whisperer because of her great love for the breed.  She met her husband Brad here at Bethel Mill and they were married in April 2013 after dating for 4 years.  Arlette’s passion is dentistry.  She is our top dental technician and is more than happy to talk to our clients about their pet’s dental health.  Arlette often fosters dogs  for adoption, and is frequently busy providing  pet sitting services for many of our clients.

Christine began working in the veterinary field at just 16.  She graduated from Harcum College in May of 2012 with a degree in Animal Center Management.  She then worked with exotic animals at a practice in Aston PA  for a year and a half before coming to Bethel Mill.  Christine resides in Chester PA with her rescue beagle Demi.  She enjoys horseback riding and and teaching riding lessons.



Hilary has always had a passion for animals, but began her professional career at a family-owned insurance agency after initialy earning a degree in business.  It wasn't until 2009 that she initiated her path into veterinary medicine.  She started as a veterinary assistant shortly after enrolling in Camden County College and later graduated Summa cum Laude in the Applied Science of Veterinary Technology program.  She also works part-time at Mid-Atlantic Equine Medical Center as a treatment technician and dedicates additional hours to the neonatal intensive care unit during foal season.

Hilary owns two horses, Digger, her retired show jumper and Como, a youngster she purchased while still at his mother's side.  Just for fun, she also has a mini donkey named Poncho.  She resides with her beloved dog Belle in Barnsboro, NJ.  She spends most of her free time in Chester County, PA horseback riding but always reserves time for family and friends


Oscar graduated from Clearview Regional High School in June of 2012, and is currently a Cellular/Molecular Biology major at Appalachian State College in North Carolina.  Oscar has a strong passion for animals, and is pursuing a career in Veterinary Medicine.  He interned at the Philadelphia zoo this past summer and is enjoying college, but he loves coming home and working at Bethel Mill during his breaks. He hopes to use his expierence here to build a strong base for his future endeavors.


Dot is a 2010 graduate of Camden County College Veterinary Technology Program.  She passed the national exam the same year, and shortly after found employment at Bethel Mill.  Although she loves all types of animals, German Shepherd dogs and Appaloosa horses hold a special place in her heart.  She is currently active in the sport of Schutzhund with emphasis on the tracking phase, a test of the dog's ability to find lost articles using it's sense of smell.

Nicole, a graduate of VFCC, joined our team in early 2013.  She started her career in veterinary medicine at South Brunswick Animal Hospital in 2004.  Some of her special interests include animal behavior, animal nutritional counseling, and fostering (especially pets with behavior issues).  Nicole is an active member of Therapy Dogs International; she and her German Shepherd, Blitz, enjoy visiting children with special needs.  In July 2012, Nicole wed the love of her life, Daniel, and the happy couple spends lots of time training and socializing their dog, Dixie. Nicole's extended furry family includes a Golden Retriever, Chance, a German Shepherd, Blitz, a Pitbull Mix, Copper, and 2 friendly felines.  During her down time she enjoys visiting her human (and furry) family in North Jersey. 






Donnalee studied at Camden County College's Animal Science Program and has been a receptionist in the veterinary field since 1996. She has been with Bethel Mill Animal Hospital since their first year of business in 1999. She and her husband, live on a small horse and chicken farm. They love trail riding, games, and working cows. She spends her free time with her husband and children. They all keep her life busy and rewarding. She also enjoys boating, fishing, and ATV riding and racing. Her true passion is for animals. She has fostered many dogs, kittens, and even horses over the years. For her, there is nothing more rewarding than finding a loving home for a pet.

Alyce has been working at BMAH since 1999.  Prior to that, she worked at a regular practice/24 hour emergency hospital for 8 years while studying at Camden County College’s Animal Science Program.

After losing her doggie soul-mate, Biscuit in 2012, she adopted a new rescue puppy.  She’s a Dachshund/Yorkshire Terrier mix named Daphne.  Biscuit was a mellow laboratory-to-leash Beagle, and Daphne has presented quite the challenge after not having raised a puppy since the early 90’s!  Puppies are a LOT of work!!! She recently adopted rescue kitten named Spooky.  They both enjoy their Wednsday morning coffee with Mom. Her non-furry, 2 legged kids are sons, Ryan and Ethan. 

Alyce enjoys cheering on (and suffering with!)  Philadelphia sports teams.  She goes to home and away Phillies games, Eagles, Flyers, and Union games.  Along with games, she has enjoyed Eagles Training Camp every year, and the Baseball, Football, and Boxing Hall of Fames.

Not much of a cold weather fan, she also enjoys going to the shore as much as possible!!

Judy has been at Bethel Mill Animal Hospital since it opened in 1999.  She has her degree in Education.  She and her husband Ray reside in Alloway and have enjoyed wonderful success breeding Labradors since 1985, many who have become clients here at BMAH.  She has 3 children and is blessed with 6 grandkids!  Judy enjoys kayaking, biking and gardening, but her real passion is interior design. She spends the majority of her free time taking care of retired Ray and her four Labs.  Bentley her 2 year old male is about to embark on his career in the show ring. 

Michelle has been a receptionist at Bethel Mill Animal Hospital since 2008.  She manages her farm, Lodgetown Acres, in Sewell, with her husband John and her three boys - Matthew, and twins Sean and John along with her dog Buzz.  She enjoys riding and caring for horses. She has a  special interest in photography and she captured all of the beautiful pictures of the staff and hospital for our website.  During the summers she spends as much of her time as possible at the beach in Surf City LBI.

carolCarol joined the reception staff at Bethel Mill Animal Hospital in 2009.  Her previous work experiences had always emphasized customer service.  She primarily works the evening shift, and keeps up with her travel agency business during the day.  Carol is also the director of the "Phillie Phantastics", planning and escorting group trips to watch the Phillies play at opposing ballparks.  When Carol is not working or traveling, she enjoys having fun with her grandsons, Chase and Blake, along with their basset hound, Murphy.

Maria has been a receptionist at Bethel Mill Animal Hospital since 2013.  Prior to joining Bethel Mill Maria was a receptionist at a clinical laboratory and a manager at a retail pharmacy.  Maria and her husband Mac reside in Gloucester County.  When not working her interests include baking treats for the staff, hiking, biking, and spending time with family.  In 2013 they lost Timber, a shepherd-husky mix who "was the best dog ever" and had been a member of their family since they adopted her in 2003.