Jiu Jia Wen received his degree in veterinary medicine from Beijing Agricultural University in 1984. As a veterinary student he majored in acupuncture and traditional Chinese herbal medicine. He then earned a Masters degree in veterinary acupuncture in 1987. After graduating, he taught acupuncture at the Northeast Agricultural College veterinary school in China. In 1989 he came to the United States and began working in small animal veterinary hospitals in New York and Massachusetts. He specialized in emergency medicine for 5 years prior to becoming a partner at the Hampton Veterinary Hospital in 1996.Dr. Karen Johnston
Dr. Wen has lectured at colleges and various animal organizations throughout Long Island and has been a frequent guest on the Paws to Care program seen on Cablevision as well as various radio programs.
Karen Johnston completed both her undergraduate and veterinary degree at Cornell University. At Cornell, she became involved with research on Feline Leukemia and Feline Immunodeficiency viruses. After graduating in 1990, she worked in NYC and Mass with Dr. Wen. After leaving this practice she spent 6 years at a small animal practice on Long Island before purchasing the Hampton Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Johnston obtained her acupuncture training through the Chi Institute.Dr. Yan Xin Chen
Dr. Yan Xin Chen graduated from Beijing Agricultural University in 1984. As a veterinary student he majored in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. In 1991 he came to the United States to work in a small animal practice in Massachusetts. In 1998 he became the owner of the Fort Plain Animal Hospital where he integrates Eastern and Western medicine in the treatment of small animals.