Clayton Veterinary: (856) 881-7470

Churchtown Veterinary: (856) 678-3883

Our Team


Pam has been serving as the Business Manager since 2008, but she has been with Clayton Veterinary Associates in varying capacities since 2006. She has a degree in Respiratory Therapy from Northeastern University and spent twenty years working in the human medical field before deciding it was time to spend her days with furry patients. Before working at CVA, Pam and her husband were foster parents for the State of New Jersey and cared for medically fragile infants & children. She is very active in charity and animal rescue organizations, serving as the Vice President of Save the Animals Foundation and fostering puppies and orphaned kittens for Gloucester County Animal Shelter. In her spare time, she can be found with her husband, five adopted boys and her large pet family of three dogs, seven cats, and usually a foster pet or two. Pam is an avid Dallas Cowboys fan (sorry Eagles!) and cannot live without chocolate, mountain dew or the color purple.


Cindy has been a graduate veterinary technician for more than 30 years. Originally from Lancaster County, PA, she graduated from Harcum College in 1989 while also completing practicums at VHUP and New Bolton Center. Cindy and her husband Brian are very active in their church in Pitman. They have a son, Andrew, who is a 2018 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and a Lieutenant tank commander in the US Army.  She grew up a Mennonite and loves to bake Pennsylvania Dutch treats.  She loves spending time with her family, loves traveling, and has season tickets at 2 theaters.  She does have problem remembering names and can often be heard referring to her female co-workers as “that other girl”!


Carly has been with the practice since 2006.  She started as an assistant but has now completed the Veterinary Technician program at Camden County College and is a certified technician.   Carly is our resident food expert, helping clients plan appropriate diets for their pets’ needs.  She is also very skilled with raising orphaned kittens.  Other interests include horses and showing model horses.  In her spare time, she volunteers for Furrever Friends, fostering and rescuing cats.  Carly is also a national Latin scholar. Carly lives in Camden County with 5 cats and her Papillion, Caspian.


Samantha joined our team in June 2012. She graduated from Camden County College in 2016 with a degree in Veterinary Technology and passed the VTNE as a certified technician that same year. She enjoys seeing dogs and cats of all ages and loves alternative approaches to traditional medicine. She currently resides in South Jersey. Her home life consists of caring for her Karelian Bear dog, Kess. Her interests include drawing, painting, reading, and playing video games.


Lambi joined our staff in May 2018 to do his summer clinical training and we liked him so much we decided to keep him! He has since graduated from Camden County College’s Veterinary Technician Program with a degree in Animal Science. Lambi lives with his family and a mixed breed rescue dog named Charlie in Cherry Hill. He loves fishing, spending time at the beach, and is a huge Eagles fan! Lambi has been to Greece many times and tries to travel there each summer.


Randi has an Associate’s degree from Camden County College in Animal Science. She has been with CVA off and on since 2004. In her spare time, Randi enjoys spending time with her husband and three children. She also enjoys the beach, photography, and chasing waterfalls. Randi’s family also shares their home with coonhound mix named Gypsy, a terrier named Nicky, and Vader the cat, who were all adopted locally.


UV was born in Woodstown in 2002 and raised in Glassboro, NJ. He started out at Clayton Vet as a part time office assistant but has since gone full time. His duties include supervising the staff, greeting clients, and rearranging paperwork as he finds necessary. UV can most often be found “pretending” to sleep on his chair behind the reception desk as he supervises the staff.



Edo was born at Clayton Veterinary in 2003 and was a beloved member of the  office family until his passing in 2022.  A shy fellow, he was not often seen by clients and preferred to spend his time in the staff only areas of the hospital. There he held the very important role of offering love and companionship to the staff and doctors. He is dearly missed and lovingly remembered.

Portrait Photography by Carol Shimp and Mark Bohn. All other web photography by Andrew Christman

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