Our hearts go out to the Buckeye Dawgs this week as they battle for a spot in Ohio State University's 2016-17 football season.
Dr. Jayme Haeussler attended the University of Rhode Island to complete his undergraduate studies in animal science and chemistry. After graduating summa cum laude, he moved to the Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine, where he received his DVM in 1991. He then completed his clinical rotation at Ohio State University and moved to the Department of Veterinary Medicine at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, where he graduated in 2006.
Dr. Alyssa attended Iowa State University for her studies of animal science and continued her education at the ISU College of Veterinary Medicine. She worked as a veterinary assistant at the University of Iowa Veterinary Medical Center in Iowa City, Iowa, and continued her education in 1990 in Ohio State, where she spent her evenings in intensive care helping treat critically ill and injured pets.
After work, she likes to watch movies, ice skating, try out new breweries and wineries, and spend time with friends and family. In her spare time she likes to get informed about the latest horror movies and spends time with her husband, son, daughter-in-law, sister, niece, nephew, cousin, aunt, uncle and cousins.
Dr Sarah has also adopted two cats, Jameson and Tressel, and shared life with a mini-Australian Flannigan while he was at vet school. She is a big Buckeye fan, especially football, and has a son, John, who is also a Buckeyes fan, and both are Reds fans and can surpass anything that moves. They currently live in Monroe and also enjoy many outdoor activities such as ice skating, hiking, camping and hiking.
They live in Forest Park with their two dogs Lizzy and Sunny and have just adopted a cat named Kyo. They have two daughters, Kelly, who is studying at the University of Cincinnati School of Veterinary Medicine and Health Sciences, and Kelly's boyfriend Brad, who is in his second year of medical studies at Ohio State University. She lives in Monroe with her husband John and their three children and two cats and lives in Forest Park.
Dr. Sarah has a special interest in veterinary dentistry and is a member of the AVMA and OVMA. She met her husband Marty and moved with him to his native Cincinnati after graduating in 2004. After completing her clinical studies, she moved back home to work in a private pet practice, but she was not sure where she wanted to go professionally. With the help of her supportive husband Mike She returned to the University of Cincinnati and moved to her home state of Ohio with the help of him and Mike.
She recently graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed her residency program in the Department of Animal and Veterinary Health Sciences. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the OVMA and actively supports new veterinarians. He graduated from the University of Dayton and attended Ohio State University Veterinary School in Columbus, Ohio, as well as Cincinnati Veterinary Hospital.
In addition to his membership in the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the OVMA, Dr. Dave is also a member of the boards of the Ohio Society of Veterinary Medicine (OSVM) and the Veterinary Health Sciences Society (VHS).
Dr. Dave is a member of the Board of Directors of the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA), most recently appointed to the Board of Directors of the Veterinary Health Sciences Society of Ohio (VHS). He also worked for many years at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and Cincinnati Children's Hospital.
On the rare days when he is not working on improving the animal care units, Dr. Dave and his family enjoy life on his farm in Lebanon. When he's not working, he'll be seen spending time browsing the city's best grocery stores and breweries or cheering on his favorite team of vets at the University of Cincinnati Veterinary Center.
Tennessee Avenue Animal Hospital provides emergency veterinary care in and around Paddock Hills during regular operating hours. In addition, all emergencies are treated on site by general practitioners, but they also respond to emergencies and have a telephone number for customers to call in case of emergency. General practitioners also meet with veterinarians at the University of Cincinnati Veterinary Center and other local hospitals and clinics.
We have also established working relationships with other local veterinary clinics and clinics to provide 24-hour pet care in addition to our regular veterinary emergency care at Tennessee Avenue Animal Hospital.
Red Bank Veterinary Hospital is a full-service veterinary facility that strives to work together to provide a higher level of care to our patients. The hospital is home to one of the largest animal care centers in Ohio with more than 2,000 employees. Our commitment to the care of Dr. Jim Ryan since 2000 has distinguished us from other small animal hospitals and we are proud of our partnership with Red Bank Animal Hospital.