CVH is a full service veterinary facility. We offer comprehensive preventative “well patient” care, as well as complete medical, surgical (including laser surgery), digital X-ray, dental, reproductive, laboratory and geriatric services.
Our staff is trained to give your pet the best quality care. We encourage you to call our office with any questions concerning the care of your pet: (410) 643-3101
Dr. Matt Busick, Practice Owner
Dr. Matt Busick joined the practice in 2012. He is happy to be back with CVH after getting his start as a technician here many years ago. Dr. Busick earned his veterinary degree from St. George’s University, and spent time in Oregon and Virginia prior to joining CVH. He enjoys all aspects of small animal practice, but has a strong interest in surgery and dentistry. During his time away from the hospital, he enjoys the outdoors, cycling, and travel. Dr. Busick lives in Centreville with his wife and two children.
Dr. Jordan Rogers-Cotrone
Dr. Rogers-Cotrone joined our practice in July 2019. He attended Virginia Tech from 2004 to 2008 and graduated from Ross University in 2013. Dr. Rogers-Cotrone has known that he wanted to be a veterinarian since he was 15 years old. He currently has three Yorkshire terriers named Artemis, Abby and Doctor Baker, and on the days he is not seeing your family pets, he enjoys taking his pets to the river to play.
Dr. Marian Shaw
Dr. Marian Shaw is a graduate of Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary medicine at Virginia Tech. Her undergraduate studies were at Tufts University where she studied animal behavior. Dr. Shaw’s main interests in veterinary medicine are laser surgery, sports medicine, pet birds, and exotic pets. She does volunteer work in wildlife medicine. She has worked with veterinarians at The National Zoo and Sea World.
Dr. Shaw lives on a farm with her husband, Doug Dobbin, and her dogs and llamas. Her hobbies include being a 4H leader, teaching the Llama Project, and dog agility. She raises, trains, and shows Labrador Retrievers and Norfolk Terriers.
Dr. Carly Dexter
Dr. Carly Dexter joined the practice in 2013. She earned a degree in Animal Sciences from Penn State University and her DVM from Ross University. She completed training at Oklahoma State University before returning to her home state of Maryland. Dr. Dexter enjoys all areas of small animal medicine, and has special interest in dermatology. She welcomed a little girl in June 2016, adding to a household of four dogs and two cats!
Cheryl Murphy, CVPM – Hospital Administrator
Cheryl joined the Chesapeake Vet Hospital family in September 2019 she started her veterinary career in 1990 with roles as assistant, technician, and receptionist at companion animal practices, followed by management positions in companion, mixed and referral/specialty practices. In 2010, she became a Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM). Cheryl has taught at Chesapeake College, lecturing on resume preparation and interviewing skills, and also helping to coach newer managers in the profession. She is also a Fear Free Certified Professional. Cheryl enjoys spending time away from work with her husband, cat, dog, chickens and 6 children! Her special interests outside of work are traveling, camping, gardening and cooking.
Kim, Veterinary Technician
Kim has worked as a veterinary technician since 1999 and has been with CVH since 2005. Prior to that, she worked in the human health field. Kim has special interests in surgery and dentistry. Kim has two sons and grandchildren whom she enjoys spending time with. She also enjoys music and outdoor activities, especially during the summer.
Miranda, Registered Veterinary Technician
Miranda has been with Chesapeake Veterinary Hospital since 2012. She has been in the veterinary field since 1997. After graduating from Wilson College in Chambersburg, PA in 2001, she became a Registered Veterinary Technician in Maryland. Miranda enjoys many aspects of her job, but has special interests in surgery and dentistry. She and her husband, Jason, live in Queenstown with their German Shepherd, Gus.
Anne Marie, Client Care Specialist
Anne Marie has been employed at CVH as a client care specialist for nearly 20 years. She is always greeting our clients with a cheerful smile. A Kent Island native, Anne Marie enjoys spending time with her animals which include dogs, cats, chickens, sheep, miniature horses, birds, rabbits, and fish. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, 5 children, and the rest of her large family–especially her 2 granddaughters, Riley and Naomi.
Donna, Client Care Specialist
Donna has been employed at CVH since 1993 as a veterinary assistant and now primarily as a client care specialist. She enjoys meeting and greeting clients and their pets. Donna lives on Kent Island with her husband, 2 children, 2 dogs, and 2 cats. When she’s not working, she enjoys spending time at home reading and watching movies.
Megan, Client Care Specialist & Veterinary Technician
Megan started with us in October 2019 and functions as both a Client Care Specialist and a Technician. Her love of animals started very young, growing up with many in her household. She worked on horse farms early in her career and attended the Chesapeake College Veterinary Assistant Course. She has experience in past veterinary hospitals and also in shelter medicine. In her spare time, Megan enjoys spending time with her adorable 5 year old son, Solomon, her 4 cats and her friends. Her smiling face and bubbly personality fit perfectly with our team!
Melissa, Veterinary Assistant
Melissa has been with CVH since 2013. She lives in Stevensville with her dog Tucker. In 2013, Melissa completed the veterinary assistant program at Chesapeake College, and received her certification. She is currently studying at Anne Arundel Community College to further her education in healthcare.
Shelley, Veterinary Technician
Shelley is one of the newer team members, joining CVH in 2017. She has worked as a veterinary technician for well over 15 years. Before that, her four-legged friends kept her busy as a trainer. Animal behavior is her passion. She also enjoys fishing, crabbing, and cooking for her family. Shelley lives in Chester with her 3 dogs, all of which make her smile daily.
Danielle, Veterinary Assistant
Danielle (“Dani”) first got her feet wet at CVH through her participation in the Veterinary Assistant program at Chesapeake College. Her love for animals began at a very young age, having grown up on a farm here on the eastern shore, where she has raised black angus chickens and ducks. Dani ultimately wants to study large cats following degrees in biology and veterinary medicine. Her 2 dogs, 3 cats, and rabbit help keep her busy when she’s not studying or working at CVH.
Kate, Veterinary Technician, and Social Media Coordinator
Kate is new to the eastern shore but was born and raised across the bridge in Arnold, Md. She started her career with animals 5 years ago and has a history of working with large, small, and exotic animals. She recently left her full-time job at a Veterinary Neurologist to start her next chapter of life with CVH. She enjoys being active outdoors, hunting, fishing and spending time with her animal’s Bosun, Sophie, Oyster, and Romeo.