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Dr. Brooke West
Dr. West grew up in Sylvania and is a 1999 graduate of Northview High School. In 1993, she began working at West Toledo Animal Hospital as a kennel assistant at the age of 14. Dr. West graduated from Findlay College with a degree in Biology, then went on to graduate from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. Dr. West's special interests are cardiology and internal medicine. In the summer of 2009, Dr. West purchased West Toledo Animal Hospital. She then acquired Perrysburg Animal Care in March of 2011. Dr. West has 2 boys, Aiden and Landon, and 2 labs, Archie and Carmen. Dr. West is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Ohio Veterinary Association, and the Toledo Veterinary Association.
Dr. Anne Bergstrom
Dr. Bergstrom was an "Army Brat" growing up, living many places and attending many schools. Her favorite place was Hawaii, where she lived with her family for 5 years. Dr. Bergstrom graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1989. She joined West Toledo Animal Hospital that same year. Her speciality is opthalmology. Dr. Bergstrom resides in Rossford with her husband Bob. Their family includes 5 children, 3 dogs, and 6 cats. Dr. Bergstrom is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Ohio Veterinary Association, and the Toledo Veterinary Association.
Dr. Brandy Day
Dr. Day has been in the veterinary field for 14 years and is a June2012 graduate of The Ohio State University. She had spent 10 years as a registered veterinary technician and received that degree from Stautzenberger College in 1999. With the support of her family, Dr. Day was able to leave Toledo, attend OSU, and obtain her dream of becoming a veterinarian. Dr. Day's family includes husband Dave, son Chase, daughter Skyler, and pets Tempe & Toby. Her interests include surgery and ultrasound. Dr. Day is an alumni and member of Omega Tau Sigma, and she is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Nadrea Sookhoo
Dr. Nadrea Sookhoo is originally from Canada. She graduated in 2006 and has practiced in many places such as Toronto, New York, Florida, California, Michigan and now call Ohio her home. Dr. Sookhoo has a passion for opthalmology and has spent 4 years in this specialty field. She has worked emergency medicine and has a love for exotics (pocket pets and reptiles included). She decided to come back to general practice in order to settle down and raise a family. In her spare time she plays the piano, guitar and enjoys the creativity of the arts. Dr. Sookhoo started working at West Toledo Animal Hospital and Perrysburg Animal Care in 2015 and is enjoying her new hospital family and home.
Dr. Samantha Wisbon
Dr. Samantha Wisbon is our Animal Chiropractor on staff since 2015. She is a Toledo native and a graduate from Bowsher high school. After finishing her athletic training degree at Alderson-Broaddus University she went on to pursue her dream of becoming a doctor of chiropractic in Florida. While earning her doctorate degree she attended Options for Animals In Kansas, where she learned to treat equine and canine animals through chiropractic care. She is passionate about providing alternative methods, as well as rehabilitation for our 4 legged friends. In her spare time she actively participates in the local dock diving and agility events with her own pets. She shares her home with her husband Luke, a human chiropractor and her 4 dogs, Roxy, Micah, Hudson and Chief.
Tammy S. Randall, Practice Manager
Tammy joined our WTAH family in September of 2016 and is originally from southeast Michigan. It is there that her love for animals began. She was surrounded by a pair of breeding Saint Bernards, many cats and various other farm animals. She even had the pleasure of raising nurseries of orphaned raccoons. She acquired her first veterinary position as a kennel attendant at the age of 16. She has worked her way through the veterinary field and now calls veterinary management her career. She began her certification as a veterinary technician and then became driven to become a Certified Veterinary Practice Manager. She has resided in south Florida since 1991 and recently moved back to Ohio. She is married to a loving husband and has three beautiful children. She currently calls “Herbie” their Saint Bernard mix her fourth furry child. She has been passionate about pets for over 30 years.
Lisa Jarvis, R.V.T., Technician Manager
Lisa grew up in Sylvania and is a 2001 graduate of Northview High School. She attended Stautzenberger College and received her degree in 2006. Lisa joined West Toledo Animal Hospital that same year. Lisa's areas of interest include dentistry and surgery. Lisa is married to Nate, and they share their home with Tressa and Demo, their 2 very spoiled rescue dogs.
Kaitlyn Diehl, R.V.T.
Kaitlyn is a 2008 graduate of Woodmore High School, and having always known that she wanted to work with animals, attended Penta Career Center's small animal care program. Kaitlyn graduated from Stautzenberger College in 2011, earning her registered veterinary technician degree. Kaitlyn joined the West Toledo Animal Hospital team in January 2013. Her areas of interest include nutrition, and she recently became a Purina Certified Weight Coach. Kaitlyn shares her home with her dog Jake.
Carrie Zimmerman, Client Service Representative
Carrie grew up in Riga, Michigan, graduating from Blissfield High School in 1994. Carrie has been in the veterinary field since 2007 and joined West Toledo Animal Hospital in 2012. Her enthusiasm and client care have quickly made her an important part of the WTAH team. In her spare time, Carrie co-owns and operates a small organic honeybee farm with her father. She also spends much time renovating her 1930's home with her fiance David. Carrie is the proud mom of dogs Mya and Roxie, and cats Josie, Marley, and Emma.
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