Dr. Hitt graduated from Mississippi State University in 2012 with her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. Her professional interest include low-stress visits, low-stress handling, canine reproduction, and canine behavior. In her spare time Dr. Hitt enjoys training and competing with her Chesapeake Bay Retrievers and Flat-Coated Retrievers in Obedience, Agility and Conformation.
Meet Our Doctors
Kimberly Hitt, DVM
Lisa Navickas, DVM
Dr. Lisa Navickas is from New Jersey. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from Delaware Valley University. She attended veterinary School in Grenada at St. Georges University and completed her clinical year at Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. Her professional interests include preventative, alternative and sports medicine, as well as pocket pet and equine medicine. In her spare time, she enjoys competing in show jumping with her horse Tuffy , spending time with her rabbit Petrie and hiking with her two dogs, Kahlua a lab mix and Savannah a retriever mix.
Dennis Rohan, DVM
Dr. Rohan attended Kansas State University where he received his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Rohan’s professional interests include feline medicine, surgery, and dermatology.
Kenny Kent, DVM
As a Western New York native, Dr. Kent received his bachelors degree from Daemen College and then went on to pursue his DVM at Lincoln Memorial University. His professional interests include preventative medicine and soft tissue surgery. In his free time, he enjoys fishing, hiking with his dogs, and exploring new restaurants.
Jessica Pawlowski, DVM
Dr. Pawlowski grew up in the western NY area where she obtained her bachelor of science degree from Fredonia State University. After college, Dr. Pawlowski joined the BVG team as a veterinary assistant/receptionist before finally completing her doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from St. George’s University. Dr. Pawlowski’s area of clinical interest would be preventative medicine as well as surgery. Dr. Pawlowski lives with her two dogs Athena and Maggie as well as her four cats Penelope, Prentiss, JJ and Morgan.
For your convenience, we offer “drop-off” appointments. A “drop off” means you could bring your pet at the time that works best for you and leave him/her with us for a couple of hours. Once the doctor has examined your pet, she/he will give you a call to go over the exam findings. You will then be instructed as to what time to pick up your pet.
For your protection and the safety of others, we require that pets be placed on a leash and properly controlled or in pet carriers while in the waiting room and exam room.
For your convenience, we accept a variety of payment options including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, cash payments, and Care Credit pet health insurance.
You’ve chosen a veterinary hospital that is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association. Harris Hill Animal Hospital is among only 14% of hospitals in the country who voluntarily go through a comprehensive, stringent evaluation every three years. We are evaluated on over 900 standards established to ensure our patients and clients receive the highest level of care.
- Client Service
- Contagious Disease
- Diagnostic Imaging
- Emergency/Urgent Care
- Examination Room
- Human Resources
- Medical Records
- Pain Management
- Patient Care
- Practice Leadership
We were awarded this accreditation status because we provide high-quality pet care in a compassionate environment. Our standards are very high, and we are proud to offer this level of excellence to you. You can learn more about what our accreditation means for your pet family member at AAHA’s Healthy Pets website: Why Standards Are Important.
Our veterinarians are members of the Buffalo Academy of Veterinary Medicine, the New York State Veterinary Medical Society and the American Veterinary Medical Association. Buffalo Academy of Veterinary Medicine was organized in 1952 as a continuing education venture. Since then, the academy has been dedicated to educating members beyond the academic environment. Along with monthly meetings to continue education, we give our veterinarians time away from the practice to attend a national meeting to remain updated on the best medical practices for your pets.