Meet Our Veterinarians

  • Dr.
    Neil Bonham

    Dr. Neil Bonham attended Ohio State University College of Agriculture majoring in Animal Science and Nutrition and received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from O.S.U. in 1982.

    In 1984 Dr. Bonham established Lancaster Animal Clinic where he continues his work as a staff doctor as well as Hospital Administrator. He is very fond of the friendships he has made with clients and patients through the years and is most appreciative of the community's support.

  • Dr.
    Tracy Ball

    Tracy Richardson Ball, DVM is a 1991 graduate of the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.  During veterinary school she was a member of the Alpha Psi veterinary fraternity and was inducted into the Phi Zeta Veterinary Honor Society.

    She has enjoyed being a member of the Lancaster Animal Clinic team since 1998. Her practice philosophy centers around the belief that pets are given the highest level of care when the owner and vet work together as a team.

    Dr. Ball enjoys spending the time away from work with her husband Scott, son Noah, and Boston Terrier, Clover. She also loves to take riding lessons, trail ride, and attend equestrian competitions as often as possible.

  • Dr.
    Jennifer Morrow

    Dr. Jennifer Morrow, a Pickerington native, graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. She joined our practice in June 2014. She did her undergraduate work at Columbus State and became a registered veterinary technician in 2007 working as a vet tech through vet school. During veterinary school, Dr. Morrow was a member of the Alpha Psi veterinary fraternity and was president of Radiology Club and vice president of Feline Club. She is interested in exotic animals, feline medicine, dentistry, and behavior.

    In her free time, Dr. Morrow enjoys camping and hiking with her husband Nick, and spending time with her cat Izzy, her bunny Howard, her Pekingese Gideon, and her crested geckos and gerbils. She also is a 4-H advisor for a local Fairfield county club KK-EZ.

  • Dr.
    Anne Genders

    Bio coming soon...

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  • "I am moved beyond words for the staff at Lancaster Animal Clinic! They have gone above and beyond helping me with the feral cats I inherited when my father in law passed away. I'm amazed at the extend of care they provide. They genuinely have a passion and love for what they do and the animals that come into their care. I am forever grateful for them. They have totally won me over!"
    Melissa F. / Lancaster, OH

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