Jan Rosen, DVM
Dr. Jan Rosen, our Medical Director, attended Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. She has over 25 years experience, practicing in a small animal hospital for 16 years, then working for the Washington Animal Rescue League, serving as Medical Director for the past 10 years. In her spare time she loves reading and gardening and has a beloved and perfect shelter dog, Ruby, and two beloved shelter cats, Hattie and Footie. Dupont Veterinary Clinic is extremely proud and lucky to have her knowledge, surgical skill, and leadership qualities guiding our team of doctors.
Amanda Blalock, DVM
Dr. Blalock attended University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating, she excelled while performing a year long rotating internship at the teaching and emergency referral Friendship Hospital for Animals in Washington, DC. Following her year long tutelage under multiple board certified specialists, Dr. Blalock put her knowledge and experience into practice as an emergency doctor at a specialty hospital in California. Dupont Veterinary Clinic was excited to add her to the team after she moved back to D.C. in 2016. When not at work, Dr. Blalock enjoys hiking with her dogs and husband, trying new restaurants, and sewing. She has two incredible shelter rescued dogs: Jade, who is a gentle, loving Dane mix, and Bentley, who is a goofy but lovable bully mix. Last, but certainly not least, is the calming influence in her life, Leo, the painted turtle.
Seth Mavrich, DVM
Dr. Mavrich, originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, completed his undergraduate degree of Animal Sciences at Pennsylvania State University. After graduation, he worked as a veterinary technician at AVETS (veterinary emergency referral center) for a year before beginning veterinary school. In 2013, he graduated from the Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. He worked as a staff veterinarian at a hospital in Alexandria, VA before moving into Washington D.C. His diverse skill set and experience made him a welcome addition to the Dupont Veterinary team in 2015. In his free time, he enjoys cooking, running, hiking and watching all of his hometown Pittsburgh sports teams. He has his hands full with recently rescued Cooper, a lovable golden retriever puppy.
Dan Shillito, DVM, PhD
Dr. Shillito (“Dr. Dan”) is a graduate of Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. He refers to his choice to become a veterinarian as his “midlife crisis.” Prior to vet school, Dr. Dan worked as a Smithsonian Fellow at the National Zoo for which he obtained a PhD in Animal Behavior, later becoming the director of a zoo in Charleston, SC. After years of working in zoos and sanctuaries, Dr. Dan decided to go to vet school to more directly help animals. After graduating from Cornell, he spent years in private practice before becoming the staff veterinarian at the Washington Animal Rescue League, where he practiced shelter medicine for five years. His years of experience and many levels of expertise made him a prize addition to the Dupont Veterinary team in 2016. His main professional interests are surgery and chronic pain management. In his spare time he enjoys travelling and spending time with friends and family. The love of his life (no offense to his wife of 11 years) is his rescued 125-pound Kuvasz, “Smalls”.
Diego Antonio Recinos, DVM
Dr. Recinos is originally from Miami, Florida and moved to the DMV metro area in 2015 after completing his studies. He attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed his clinical studies at Louisiana State University. Some areas of interest for Dr. Recinos include radiology/ultrasonography and surgery. Being from parents of Nicaraguan/Guatemalan descent, he is fluent in Spanish and finds any excuse to explore new Latin restaurants and music in the area. Some hobbies include running, going to the dog park with his rottweiler mix named Brody, and traveling to explore new places and cultures.