Dr. Erin Rhodes, DVM Ohio State University, 2015 Veterinary medicine is a wonderful way for me to interact with animals and people alike. I love that my life’s work is devoted to helping animals get better, feel better and be better, and I am honored to be able to help people keep their furry family members healthy and happy. I am particularly interested in internal medicine and behavior medicine. I am very intrigued by the puzzles that various internal issues can present, and want to help find the best solutions for owners in keeping their pets comfortable and healthy. I am also eager to work with difficult behavior and anxiety problems to help strengthen the bond between owner and pet.
My pets: I have a five-year-old mixed breed pup named Penny, who I adopted while I was in vet school. She is the light of my life and my best friend!
Dr. Maureen Brown, DVM Ohio State University 2001 I like meeting new people and their furry family members. In our field, every day is different and there are constantly new cases to crack. It’s exciting. I’m fond of spending time with my husband and two daughters. We like to be outside whenever possible.
My pets: A handsome Boxer who’s eight-years old and our girls’ best friend.
Dr. Nikolaus Mahrt, DVM Auburn University, 2008 Medical Director I find it very rewarding to diagnose and treat my patients, and then watch them leave the clinic healthy. Meeting new people and their pets is always enjoyable to me. I’m a sports enthusiast—I love my Auburn Tigers. I also enjoy outdoor activities and the peace of nature. I have two young daughters, Maya and Emma, and a wonderful wife who are the loves of my life.