Dr. Jennifer Behm grew up in
Westport, Connecticut. She
received her undergraduate
degree, a B.S. in Biology as
well as the honor of a Phi Beta
Kappa Key, a distinguished
academic society, from
Bucknell University. She
attended the University of
Pennsylvania School of
Veterinary Medicine earning
her veterinary degree in 1989.
Dr. Behm moved to
Waynesburg that same year,
and took the reins of
Waynesburg Animal Hospital
from Dr. Elmer Marx.
Waynesburg Animal Hospital is home for Dr. Behm and her
husband, Clay A. Behm from Jefferson and their three
wonderful children- Lily, Will, and Ray.
In addition to running Waynesburg Animal Hospital Dr. Behm is
very involved in the Greene County community. She is actively
engaged in helping the staff and animals at the Humane
Society of Greene County. She and her associate veterinarians
provide low cost medical and surgical services and hold an
annual Rabies clinic to benefit the Humane Society, donating
100% of the proceeds to them.
Dr. Behm is passionate about promoting good environmental
stewardship and feels strongly about engaging youth in
community service and leadership activities. She is a den
leader for Cub Scout Pack 1280 in Waynesburg, a member of
the Ralph K. Bell Bird Club, and the Warrior Trail Association.
Dr. Behm shares her love of animals and the career of
veterinary medicine in participating annually in various Career
and Enrichment Days at the Elementary and Middle Schools.
Dr. Behm is an advocate of healthy, active lifestyles for
children and regularly sponsors youth soccer teams and
supports the Bowlby Library.
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