Meet Our Team


  • Andi Wilson
    Pet Groomer

    Andi started working at Lancaster Animal Clinic in April 2000. She began her career here as a veterinary assistant and quickly expanded her skills to include grooming as well. The demand for Andi's grooming services quickly outgrew our available space, which prompted us to remodel our basement into a grooming salon. Andi has a boundless love of all animals, and has been called our 'petfinder' because she is always adopting out animals in need.

  • Holly
    Pet Groomer

    Holly started her career as a groomer in 2007. She worked for PetSmart prior to starting at the Lancaster Animal Clinic as a part time groomer in April of 2013. She began working here full time January of 2014. She enjoys coming to work every morning and transforming her grooming dogs!

  • Dotty Jewell
    Veterinary Assistant

    Dotty has been with Lancaster Animal Clinic since April 1995. When she first joined the clinic team, she was working part-time while earning her medical-assisting certification. After graduating, Dotty realized her true passion was for animal patients and that Lancaster Animal Clinic was the place for her full time. She loves seeing the pets that come in and has become very close to our clients as well. You'll still find her assisting the doctors with appointments and at the reception desk.

  • Cristy
    Receptionist

    Cristy joined Lancaster Animal Clinic in 2011. She's been working in the veterinary field for 10 years. Like most of us here, Cristy and her husband have rescued a number of pets in need and brought them to health. She has a passion for helping animals with medical needs. Because she loves greeting our clients and getting to know their pets,  it only seemed natural for Cristy to spend most of her time at our reception desk.

  • Connie
    Registered Veterinary Technician/Inventory Manager

    Connie has been with us since March 2007. She is a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) at the clinic. Connie graduated from Columbus State Community College in September 2007 with her Associates Degree in Applied Sciences in Veterinary Technology.  Since then, she's been very active in continuing education classes so she stays at the top of her game. Connie not only assists with appointments and surgeries, but also manages inventory for the clinic. When she's not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family and their pets, as well as horseback riding. Connie has adopted many pets in need and has helped find homes for many more! 

  • Tami
    Receptionist

    Tami started here at Lancaster Animal Clinic May of 1999. She is a familiar face at the front desk and always greets everyone with a smile! Tami loves getting to know the new pets brought in and values the relationships formed with our clients over the years. Tami spends her free time with her family and their rescued Beagle mix, Buddy!

  • Bobbi Russell
    Veterinary Assistant

    Bobbi has been with the Lancaster Animal Clinic since July 2010. Before joining our team, she already had 19 years of animal-care experience. While living in Georgia, Bobbi started her career working part time as a kennel technician. She quickly advanced to Kennel Manager!  Bobbi had a strong passion for working with animals and began studying grooming techniques. In addition to her manager duties, she began grooming pets as well.  Bobbi also has 7-1/2 years of military experience as a food inspector. In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors, as well as reading science fiction novels. She has a gift for nursing orphaned kittens and recently adopted two after raising them by hand.

  • Heidi Mills
    Kennel Technician

    Heidi joined us in September of 2003. She provides 'room service' for all the animals boarding with us. Not only does she walk the dogs several times daily, but she makes sure they have a clean and comfortable environment. Being a cat lover, she gives our feline friends extra attention as well. Heidi enjoys working with the rest of the staff and has formed close bonds with many of her co-workers.

  • Jesse Haynes
    Registered Veterinary Technician

    Jesse joined us in October of 2012 after interning with us. He is a graduate of Columbus State Community College's Veterinary Technician Program. Besides working here, Jesse also works part time as a lifeguard at the Robert K. Fox Family YMCA. When Jesse isn't working at one of his jobs he enjoys taking walks with his boxer Mick, who he adopted from the Humane Society.

  • Fiona Maclean
    Registered Veterinary Technician

    Fiona joined us in March of 2012. She is a graduate of Bradford School's Veterinary Technician Program.

  • Kayla
    Veterinary Technician

    Kayla joined us in December of 2014. She is a graduate of Bradford School's Veterinary Technician Program. 

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Office Hours

Monday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonial

  • "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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