Meet The Doctors


Dr. Cangin grew up just outside of Annapolis, MD. She earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Agriculture from the University of Delaware where she majored in Animal Science. Then she completed her DVM at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in Blacksburg, Virginia. Fond of telling people that her diploma comes from the only school in the world with two university seals on it; one from the University of Maryland and the other from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (a.k.a.Virginia Tech), she’s definitely a big Hokies fan.

Moving to Western Pennsylvania upon graduation from vet school, Dr. Cangin now lives in Pittsburgh where she shares a house her 2 cats and her boyfriend, Drew. In her spare time, she plays in a community symphonic band and plays both ice and dek hockey. She loves to travel, cook, bike ride, and play games as well as follow the Steelers, Pens, and Bucs. Go Black and Gold.


Dr. Ken Fisher grew up in Stamford, CT and has lived in Washington, DC; Andover, MA; Seattle, WA; Berkeley, CA; and Buenos Aires, Argentina. He earned a B.A. in History from Dartmouth College and a Master’s of Arts in Teaching from Brown University. Before attending veterinary school at the University of California – Davis, Dr. Fisher spent many years as a high school biology teacher, including two years teaching at the American school in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
After graduating from veterinary school, Dr. Fisher moved to Pittsburgh where he worked in emergency veterinary medicine. He now lives in Squirrel Hill with his wife, Amanda; two children, Marina and Benjamin; 3 cats, Neo, Bellatrix, and Blue; and a dog, Luna. Although he spends most of his free time with family activities, Dr. Fisher also enjoys hiking, camping, running, and winter sports. He has a growing interest in volunteering at sled-dog races.


Dr. Elizabeth Nagle joined EEVMC in the spring of 2015. She originally moved to the Pittsburgh area in the early 80’s after receiving a Bachelor of Science from West Virginia University and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from The Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine. Over the years her primary focus has been on canine and feline medicine. In her spare time she spends time with her husband and their 2 sons, 2 dogs and 2 cats. When she can find time, she also enjoys reading, needlework and yoga. She is excited to be a part of the staff at EEVMC and has enjoyed meeting and working with all the clients and their pets.