Dr. Cobb has had an interest in acupuncture since graduating from The University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School in 1989. In 2000, she formally pursued alternative medicine after witnessing Chinese herbs cure a soon-to-be euthanized horse after months of conventional therapy at her esteemed alma mater. In 2008, her mentor, Dr. Gloria Weintrub, often called the grandmother of alternative medicine, joined her in opening Pathways to Wellness.

The practice has continued to grow, Veterinarians have been hired based on 1) an understanding of alternative modalities, 2) a strong grasp of conventional medicine and, perhaps most importantly, 3) a desire to help clients make highly individualized decisions.

Clients travel far and wide to seek care and advice for their pets and working dogs. With open-minds and ample experience in alternative and conventional medicine, the veterinarians are well-positioned to discuss the best options from both worlds for each individual case.

A friendly, caring atmosphere and willingness to work with client’s wishes are mainstays of the practice. Clients appreciate up-to-date advice specific to the conditions facing their particular pet.

Gloria Weintrub, VMD

Dr. Weintrub is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine who has been utilizing alternative modalities for over 25 years. Her vast experience provides a knowledge base that is highly sought after by clients and veterinarians.  She has served on the board of several alternative veterinary medical societies.

Sport dogs and their care are her passion. Though Dr. Weintrub had retired, she remains very active in agility and is often on the phone with Dr. Cobb discussing interesting cases.

Lori Cobb, VMD, CVA

Dr. Cobb is a 1989 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.  She started her alternative medicine career in 2000. She has taken many courses and has years of experience and training under Dr. Weintrub.

Her favorite parts of the practice are sports medicine and geriatrics. Athletic dogs frequent the practice for exams, chiropractic and acupuncture. Older patients, both cats and dogs, benefit from herbs, acupuncture and conventional medicine for everything from arthritis to cancer.


Leslye D’Ingianni, DVM (Dr. D)

Dr. D is an acupuncturist and a Reiki Master with years of conventional medicine experience at a full service veterinary hospital. Long ago, Dr. D’Ingianni was a certified veterinary technician and integral part of the small Ace of Spays team that traveled South Jersey at various rented facilities.  Dr. D’Ingianni graduated from veterinary school in 2015. She rejoined the Pathways to Wellness/Ace of Spays team in 2020.