Meet Our Staff
Mike Comalli, MS, VMD
Dr. Mike Comalli has lived most of his life in eastern Pennsylvania. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Temple University and a Masters of Science Degree in veterinary science from Penn State University. He obtained his veterinary medical degree from The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1986. In his spare time, Dr. Mike enjoys photography, outdoor activities, attending Conrad Weiser Lions Club meetings, and maintaining his black belt in karate.
Lila Comalli, VMD
Dr. Lila is originally from western Pennsylvania. She received a Bachelor of Science degree from Geneva College and her veterinary medical degree from The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1986. In her spare time, Dr. Lila enjoys spending time with her family, yard work, and hiking. Dr. Lila has enjoyed teaching science classes at the local Penn State campus.
Gina Watzka, DVM
Dr. Gina Watzka is originally from the Hudson Valley of New York State. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Wagner College in 2006. She worked as a cardiac care nurse at St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany, NY until 2010, before deciding to go back to school. Dr. Gina obtained her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, School of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. She then became an associate veterinarian at Sand Creek Animal Hospital in Albany, NY until 2018, when she relocated to Berks County with her family. She shares her time now working between Blue Pearl Berks Animal Emergency and Referral and here at Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital. In her free time, she enjoys gardening, fishing, and doing craft projects. She and her husband have two boys and three cats who demand much of their time!
Christina & Carter
Megan & Missy
Becca & Chappy
Megan & Maddie
Raisa, Chernusha & Kira
Julie and Sparky
Brooke and Cayenne
Kaitlin & Ruger
Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital:
Where big city medicine and surgery meet small town customer service and value.
With more travel destinations loosening COVID-19 related restrictions, humans are energized and ready to travel. After spending all of that time home with your pet in 2020, it’s hard to imagine leaving them for an extended amount of time. It sounds like much more fun to bring them along, right by your side. If your […]Learn More...
Slobbering is usually a completely normal occurrence for dogs. For many breeds, drooling is just part of their daily lives. Certain breeds with big jowls tend to drool more, picture: mastiffs, bloodhounds, St. Bernards, and bulldogs. The way their mouths and heads are shaped makes it completely unavoidable for some slobber to dribble down their […]Learn More...
At any given moment, creepy-crawly, blood-sucking, ittty-bitty parasites can be all over your pet. In order to tackle them, you must learn what they are, what they look like, and where to find them on your pet’s skin. Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital wants to help you learn more about pet parasites so you can keep […]Learn More...