Client Relations Specialists

Kelly CroppedKelly graduated with an associates degree in accounting and worked as a full-time bookkeeper for 26 years until she became employed at East Hilliard Veterinary Services, where she enjoys interacting with people and their pets.  Kelly has a son in college and very active in hockey and a daughter that is entering college and loves to ride her horse.  Kelly has many family pets.  She has two dogs, two cats, two parrots, one rabbit, one hedgehog, one duck and one miniature pig, all which live under one roof.  She also has two horses and one miniature horse that live at her barn.  In her spare time, Kelly enjoys spending time at her barn and loving on her two legged and four legged children.



Sam is originally from Canton, OH but grew up in Texas. While in Texas she becSONY DSCame a certified yoga teacher through the Living Yoga Program in Austin, TX. Sam enjoys sharing her love with furry friends and their owners as well as learning the science behind the scenes. Growing up in the piney woods of East Texas, Sam has been a lifetime animal lover of all kinds, although she currently only has her baby girl Gizmo. Gizmo is a collie mix from a long line of dogs that have been in Sam’s family for 20 years. Outside of work she and Gizmo love all things water related: swimming, kayaking, finding hidden waterfalls, hiking, camping, yoga, playing sports and relaxation time. 


Ann grew up in Columbus and graduated from the University of Dayton, where she earned a BA in English with a minor in music/voice.   She has a special interest in international wildlife conservation, and worked for nine and a half years at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.  You may have seen her on a few zoo commercials over the years!  Ann loves dogs of all kinds and has a wonderful, graceful and gentle guardian Miss “Walle Lilly Fluffy Woof,” as her son calls her, the great pyrenees.  She enjoys acting, singing, guitar, watching sports (Go Bucks!), and travel.  But most of all, she enjoys spending time with her husband Derek and their children, Ryan and Nora.

Veterinary Technicians

Kathy CroppedKathy, Veterinary Assistant, graduated from Miami University with a BS in Zoology. She has a passion for aiding clients with animal behavior and oral health. Her and her husband, Scott, have two daughters, Megan and Kelly, three Golden Retrievers, Jillian, Evan, and Hayden, and six chickens. When she isn’t at the clinic Kathy enjoys baking, spending time with her family, and not only training her own dogs, but teaching training classes as well. 



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Beth, RVT, graduated from Columbus State Community College with an Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology. She has a passion for working with clients on the behavioral health of their pet and the importance of training. Her and her husband, Bill, have two sons, Jacob and Clayton, three dogs, Rane(Border Collie) Louie(Border Collie Mix) and Stryker(Beagle Mix), and Skittles their domestic short hair. When she is not working, Beth enjoys competing in disc dog competitions and participating in therapy dog outreach with Rane. She also enjoys rally, obedience, and walks with her family, two and four legged.  



Kim CroppedKim, RVT,  graduated from Bradford School in 2012 with an Associate’s degree of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology, after retiring from the state of Ohio.  She has a soft spot for felines, having four of her own in addition to a tank full of guppies and three degus.  When not at work Kim enjoys crafting of all types, camping, riding her motorcycle on bright sunny days, and spoiling her first, favorite, and only grandson!



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Lydia, RVT, graduated from Bradford Schools with an Associates of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology. Lydia has a passion for rehabilitation , holistic medicine, and dentistry. Although Lydia doesn’t have any pets of her own she considers all of our clients to be her fur babies and is sure to give them lots of extra love while they are here. When not at work, Lydia enjoys dancing, raising awareness for local charities, spending time with her husband, Brandon, and creating crafty works of art  for her home and the clinic.


Amy CroppedAmy
, RVT, graduated from Columbus State Community College with an Associates of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology. She has a passion for interacting with patients and making them feel at home and ease in an unfamiliar environment. Amy owns 2 horses, a loving dog, and 2 mischievous kitties. When not at the clinic she enjoys training and riding horses as well as spending time with family and friends.




Dominique, RVT, graduated from Columbus State Community College with an Associate of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology. As a recent graduate, Dominique loves continuing to learn about different areas of veterinary medicine, especially behavior and dentistry. When at home, Dominique spends time training, playing with, and napping with her dog Duncan. She also loves reading, sewing, carving wood, and browsing the internet for more puppy sweaters.

Veterinary Students


Paige CroppedPaige graduated from the Catholic University of America in 2014 with a BS in Biology. She is currently attending The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and will be graduating a DVM in 2018. Paige has an interest in small animal medicine and orthopaedics. She has a love for big dogs so she knows her love of orthopaedics will come in handy when helping others with their furry children as well as her own. She has a long distance relationship with her boxer, Buca. He lives with her parents back home so she gets her daily animal fix from loving on our patients. When not working or at school Paige enjoys hiking in the outdoors. She has a lifelong goal of visiting every national park in the United States. 


emily-and-ivyEmily graduated from DePauw University in 2015 with a BA in Biology and English Literature and a minor in Chemistry. She is currently attending The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and will graduate with her DVM in 2019. Emily is interested in veterinary epidemiology and conservation medicine. She loves spending time with her sweet cat, Ivy, here in Hilliard as well as her family’s two Boston Terriers and tabby cat in Cincinnati. In her limited free time, Emily enjoys reading, writing, cooking and exploring the outdoors.