Dr. Robin Urie
Owner and Veterinarian
Before opening Warm & Fuzzy, Dr. Robin Urie worked extensively in daytime veterinary and emergency medicine settings, and extended her sought-after surgical services to clinics throughout Maryland. Dr. Urie first received her undergraduate degree from Towson University and graduated from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010.
Her expertise in exotic animals originated from a passion for non-traditional pets as a child and into adulthood. Over the years, Dr. Urie has welcomed many exotic pets into her home, and still finds the study of their husbandry and unique requirements fascinating.
It’s important to Dr. Urie not only to provide the highest quality medicine for her clients, but to also spread the knowledge she has gained over the years through community education. She volunteers her services for many exotic animal rescues and provides care for animals in local nature centers and wildlife.
A Maryland native, Dr. Urie lives in Perry Hall where she grew up. She shares her home with a partially house-trained husband, two domestic long-haired little girls, a high-energy Catahoula Leopard dog, two feline friends – including a Mokave Jag cat – and about 20 koi fish.
Dr. Gabrielle Weber
Dr. Weber has been in the veterinary field for 7 years; 3 years as a veterinarian and 4 years as a technician. She completed her veterinary degree with Ross University and then University of Illinois for her clinical year. Dr. Weber considers herself an expert in napping and all things Harry Potter related haha.
She has quite a wide variety of pets; a red-eared slider named Leaflet, a 5 year rabbit, Lance, a 7 year old island dog named Sebastian, and a 4 year old paint horse, Quinn.
Dr. Weber enjoys learning about new species and helping owners provide wonderful care for their furry friends. In her spare time, Dr. Weber enjoys horseback riding, reading, and spending time with her family.
Dr. Elizabeth Hepner
Dr Hepner is a Baltimore County native who attended Virginia Tech for her undergraduate degree in biology and animal and poultry sciences. She then attended Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine for her veterinary training. She has been practicing for over five years and has fostered her interests in internal medicine, ophthalmology (study of eyes), feline medicine and exotic medicine. Her favorite part of the job is building a bond between her patients, their families and creating a less stressful experience for all. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, hiking, going out to eat and trying sour beers. She currently shares her home with a reformed fat cat, a chameleon and a soft-shelled turtle.
Dr. Cheryl Williams