Myranda joined our lodging team in June of 2014. She is now a shift leader in lodging. Myranda has a Vet Assistant Certificate and is planning on completing the Penn Foster program for her Veterinary Technician Degree. Her goal is finishing school and working in our medical department as a technician. She would also love to be able to help with some of our animal behavior and training classes. Myranda has multiple pets with some very unique names, such as Boomer Eugene, a beagle and Miss Vanellope Von Scheweets, an adorable Himalayan.
There doesn’t seem to be much of a limit to the interests that Myranda has. She loves to participate in outdoor activities such as hiking, biking and gardening. She is a bookworm and loves poetry. Myranda is also very crafty and loves to help create fun activities and crafts for our daycare parties.
Myranda enjoys building relationships with the animals that come in to see us. Making their experiences with us something positive is extremely important to her. It’s always joyous to see a dog or cat that is excited to come back and see us. She loves hearing owners talk about how excited their pets are just pulling in to the parking lot!
Annie, my Golden Retriever Mix, is not a patient there, but got both her Flu vaccines at Tipp City Vet.
The First one, was at their drive up clinic and the second one at their office.
Both were fantastic experiences! The staff (Dr Jim Mathias, the Vet Techs, and Front office) were all super friendly, professional, and great with Annie! And they were very accommodating too, as I had to change my appointment a few times, in order to fit my ever changing schedule.
If I didn’t already have a vet that I love, and am very loyal to; I would definitely make the 30 minute drive to their office!
Always happy with the staff. Lots of space so the pets can have their own space. The most honest Dr.s ever. These people truly care, they aren’t just trying to make money off of you. They want what’s best for your pet.
Nice and knowledgeable staff. They were extremely patient with our crazy cat and didn't try to just strong-arm her like other offices did.