Dr.Joji Luis A. Soriano
Dr. Joji Luis A. Soriano graduated from the University of the Philippines College of Veterinary Medicine in 1974 after growing up in Quezon City, Philippines. He first started practicing large animal and equine medicine. In 1979, he moved to the United States and transitioned to emergency and small animal medicine. Dr. Soriano opened Easton Animal Clinic in 1987. In his spare time, Dr. Soriano enjoys playing tennis and basketball, gardening, and skiing.
Dr. Andrea Soriano is no stranger to Easton Animal Clinic. Ever since she was a young girl, she could be found roaming the halls of the clinic, in exam rooms, or sleeping in the kennels with her dogs. After earning a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Connecticut College in 2011, she went straight to veterinary school and earned her veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine, in 2015. Her compassionate and friendly demeanor made Dr. Soriano a perfect addition to the clinic! She joined the team to work alongside her father in 2016. She then became the owner of Easton Animal Clinic in 2021. In her free time, you can find Dr. Soriano spending time with her cat Gambit, her dogs Nike, Kirby, and Ellie. She also enjoys playing tennis, dancing, or singing in the hallways.
Manager, Certified Veterinary Technician
Gina has been a Veterinary Technician at Easton Animal since 2001. She has had a passion for animals for as long as she can remember. Gina graduated from Rutgers University in 2004, became a certified veterinary technician in 2008 and became the office manager in November of 2015. She enjoys spending time with her husband Brian doing a variety of outdoor activities. She also loves art and owls. Gina recently welcomed Krypton into her family and loves giving him lots of snuggles.
Lisa started as our full time receptionist in March 2021. In March 2022 she became a veterinary assistant and enjoys snuggling with our patients during their exams. She enjoys meeting both new and existing clients and their fur babies. She’s a proud mommy of two kitties Zoro & Miso who love cuddles & treats (maybe a little too much). In her free time she most enjoys getting more tattoos, adding on to Dr. Soriano’s garden, trying new vegetarian recipes, painting, and sleeping (her true favorite).
Veterinary Receptionist and Veterinary Assistant
Lee joined our team as a veterinary receptionist in March 2021. In 2022 she started splitting her time between her duties as veterinary receptionist and veterinary assistant. She loves giving hugs to patients during their appointments. She is a 2021 Biology Alumna from Middlesex County College. Lee wants to continue on to achieve her degree in Zoology; with plans to specialize in animal rehabilitation and habitat conservation. When she is not being sassed by fur babies, Lee enjoys watching horror movies, reading Stephen King novels, and playing video games.
Kirby was adopted from the Franklin Township Animal Shelter in 2019. He stayed with us after having surgery to repair injuries sustained when he was struck by a car as a stray. After fostering Kirby during his recovery, he quickly became a beloved member of the family. He is best buds with Dr. A's dog, Nike, and they like to snuggle and play. Kirby enjoys going for walks, watching cars, and getting lots of treats for being a good boy!
Krypton is the newest member of our clinic family. Krypton came to our clinic for care after being surrendered to Franklin Township Animal Shelter at the end of 2019. He quickly stole Gina's heart and was welcomed into her family and our office. You will see Krypton resting in his bed or sitting on the office chair, frequently while wearing a stylish bow tie. He is a sweet boy and is happy to meet anyone who wishes to pet him.
Agnes Kitty K
Agnes Kitty K. was adopted by Gina and joined the Easton Animal Clinic family in 2012 after being found wandering a busy road and going unclaimed at the shelter. She was a very hard worker as contributor to our Facebook page and enjoyed relaxing and being pampered by everyone she met. Agnes was a beloved member of our family and respected manager here at the clinic. Sadly, Agnes passed away in May 2019. She will live on in our hearts and memories forever. You can still see pictures of Agnes in our clinic and Facebook page.