Lisa Antas, DVM, Chief of Staff
Dr. Antas has been practicing at Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital for over 10 years and is our Chief of Staff. She grew up in Hamilton, New Jersey, and now currently resides in Shamong, New Jersey. She received her undergraduate degree from Rutgers' Cook College in 1996 and her DVM degree from Cornell in 2000. While she was in vet school, Dr. Antas worked at our hospital as a veterinary technician. We feel so lucky to have such an outstanding Chief of Staff treating our beloved patients!
Dr. Antas focuses on general and emergency medicine, and providing outstanding care to all of her patients and their families. Outside of work, Dr. Antas likes to play sports, hike, and spend time at the beach. She also enjoys spending free time with her friends, family, and especially her son Alex and her daughter Dylan. Dr. Antas also has three pets—a cat named Darby and two dogs, Sedona and Sierra.
Marian Boden, VMD
Dr. Boden has been a veterinarian at Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital for several years. She grew up in central Pennsylvania and currently resides in Hainesport, New Jersey. Dr. Boden received her undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown in 1991 and her VMD from University of Pennsylvania in 1996. In addition to practicing at North East Animal Hospital, Dr. Boden has also spent time practicing at several other veterinary hospitals in Pennsylvania.
Dr. Boden's medical interests include emergency medicine and she appreciates establishing close relationships with her clients and their pets. Dr. Boden spends her leisure time gardening, watching movies and traveling. She also enjoys being with her friends and family as well as her pets, which include several dogs, cats and fish.
Dennis Ting, DVM, Dipl. ACVS, Board Certified Surgeon
Dr. Ting is originally from Southern California where he attended the University of California, San Diego for his undergraduate work in the field of Animal Physiology and Neuroscience. He then earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of California, Davis in 2003. In the following year, Dr. Ting returned to Southern California to complete a one-year internship in small animal medicine and surgery. With a growing interest in small animal surgery, he completed a surgery specific internship in Denver followed by an orthopedic research fellowship at Michigan State University. Dr. Ting then stayed at Michigan State University and completed his residency training in small animal surgery.
Dr. Ting, who is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS), performs advanced surgeries at Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital by appointment. He has particular interests in orthopedics, traumatology, and oncologic surgery. He is trained in minimally invasive surgeries such as fluoroscopic-assisted fracture repair. Dr. Ting has also published a number of original orthopedic articles in various veterinary surgery journals and has presented numerous lectures on national and local levels.
Marisa Snyder, DVM
Dr. Snyder joined Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital in 2019 after receiving her DVM from Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. She grew up in Medford, NJ and received her undergraduate degree from Cook College, Rutgers. Dr. Snyder has a variety of Veterinary experiences including working with small and large animals in Ghana and Costa Rica, volunteering at Cedar Run Wildlife Center, interning at the Philadelphia Zoo, and shadowing local dog/cat, dairy, and equine vets prior to graduate school.
Dr. Snyder’s medical interests include exotic and multi-species medicine, believing that all animals and their owners should receive exceptional care. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time on the beach, dungeons and dragons, playing video games, music & art, and snowboarding.