Dr. Mary Landis

Dr. Mary Landis graduated from The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. After a rewarding experience in small animal general practice, she completed a residency in veterinary ophthalmology under Dr. Robert Peiffer. Dr. Landis enjoys the challenges of a busy ophthalmology practice with over a decade of experience in the field. Her special interests include ocular emergencies, corneal disease and eyelid surgery.

Prior to her veterinary career, Dr. Landis received a BA in chemistry with a minor in mathematics in from Temple University and a MA in physical chemistry. She then joined the Barnett Institute at Northeastern University for postgraduate work in materials science and engineering.

Dr. Landis provides ophthalmology services for small animals at the Eastern Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Center. Working with our local general practitioners, comprehensive care is provided for our patients at EPVMC.

In her spare time, Dr. Landis enjoys biking, travel and cheering on her children at their sports games.

Dr. Shelby Reinstein DVM DACVO

Dr. Shelby Reinstein, DACVO is a board-certified ophthalmologist residing in the beautiful area of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Dr. Reinstein obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Master of Science degrees from Kansas State University and completed her fellowship and residency in Ophthalmology at PennVet.

Dr. Reinstein spent 7 years in clinical practice at a large, multi-specialty hospital, during which time she provided care to thousands of pets, performing hundreds of vision-saving surgeries.

Dr. Reinstein has a passion for continuing education and recently published the Guide to Clinical Ophthalmology, a handbook for general practitioners. She writes articles for Clinician’s Brief, Today’s Veterinary Practice, and is the ophthalmology consultant for the leading online CE company, VETgirl.