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About Our Hospital

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Here at Clintonville Animal Hospital, we strive to give you the best service possible. Our team of highly-trained professional Veterinarians are ready to help you with all of your pet's needs. Each time a new patient comes in, we treat him/her as we would our own. With a wide range of veterinary services, we make sure your furry friend leaves happy and healthy. Have questions about any of our services? Give us a call today or fill out our form below. Read our reviews to see what other people have to say! Your pet needs frequent check-ups to ensure that they are as healthy as can be. Dogs and cats are prone to all sorts of diseases and ailments. Make sure your pet is being looked after by taking them to Clintonville Animal Hospital for a check-up!

Dr. Devon Horne


Dr. Horne grew up in Toledo, Ohio before obtaining her Bachelors of Science degree in biology from the University of Dayton. She graduated from The Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005. Prior to purchasing the Clintonville Animal Hospital in April of 2018, Dr. Horne worked in several small animal practices in the Columbus area. She has a strong interest in medicine and surgery.

Dr. Horne lives with her husband Dr. Joe Bando, who is also a veterinarian, and their ever growing English Mastiff puppy, Dorie and rescued French Bulldog, Oliver Franklinton. When she’s not working Dr. Horne enjoys travelling, cooking, gardening, and spending time with family and friends. She is very excited to meet the patients and clients of the Clintonville Animal Hospital.

Dr. Robert Weller

Dr. Weller grew up in Springfield, Ohio before obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in biology from Wright State University. He then went on to graduate from the Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. Following graduation, he practiced in the Pacific Northwest and explored the naturalwonders the area has to offer.

Outside of work, Dr. Weller enjoys reading, hiking, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. He has a particular interest in brewing beer. Dr. Weller lived in the Clintonville neighborhood as a student and looks forward to meeting the clients and pets of Clintonville Animal Hospital.


Office Manager

Geri started at Clintonville Animal Hospital in April of 2017. Prior to CAH, Geri had worked in the veterinary field for over ten years and garnered much experience with a variety of interesting pets and interesting people. Taking her love of animals home, Geri raised German Rottweilers, an Australian Shepherd/Border Collie mix who lived to be 16, and rescued several mixed breeds from the shelters. Not to be limited only to our canine friends, Geri had several cats, even though her husband was allergic, who found a caring home. Through the years, her family of three, was blessed but when her son moved out this last year, she found herself an empty nester. She and her husband decided it was time to slow down and moved to the country. Sadly, their last pets had passed in the previous year. Geri knew it was time for a special fur child to find a home. Geri and her husband adopted their pup, Paislee, a Lab mix from Columbus Dog Connection on Christmas Eve 2018. They enjoy walking their sweet girl and letting her run free in her new forever home. In her spare time, Geri enjoys baking, reading, gardening, hiking, and antiquing.


Registered Veterinary Technician

Tess started here April of 2018. She graduated from CSCC with her degree in Veterinarian Technology in March of 2011. She has a German shepherd named Lieutenant Dan, and 3 cats Midori, Bumble, and Soot. In her free time, she enjoys playing softball, going to country concerts and spending time with her friends/family.


Registered Veterinary Technician

Liz Thomas hails from Southington, Ohio where she grew up loving 4H and all the colorful creatures included. Liz attended school at The Ohio State University after a fanciful childhood with animals and obtained a Bachelor's of Science degree in Animal Science in 2008. Her love of animals never stopped and she continued her education at The Vet Tech Institute at Bradford School, obtaining her Veterinary Technician License in 2011. Liz has been a Tech ever since.

Liz met her husband, Andrew, and they were married in 2017. Together with their kitties, Quincy, Chester, and Mama Cat, and their pup, Brad they live happily together in Grove City. In her off time, Liz drinks copious amounts of caffeinated beverages, coaches high school softball, and bakes to the delight of her co-workers.


Registered Veterinary Technician

Tammy is originally from Los Angeles and moved to Ohio in 1993 to work for Limited Brands. In 2002 she started volunteering at a local animal shelter, where she discovered her passion for veterinary medicine and animal rescue. Tammy wanted to become more knowledgeable as a volunteer, so she attended Columbus State Community College to achieve her goal of becoming a Registered Veterinary Technician, which she became in November of 2010. She works full time as a Store Inventory Planner during the week, and on weekends can be found working as a Vet Tech for Columbus Humane or training for an upcoming marathon! Her dogs and cats (the number, breeds, and ages vary) are adopted from either a shelter or a rescue. She also has a love for alpacas and volunteers on an alpaca farm when she has the chance.


Registered Veterinary Technician

Rebecca, originating from Ashland, Ohio, grew her passion for animals in 4H and FFA during her childhood and teenage years. From the start she always knew she wanted to work with animals and after graduating from Hillsdale High School in 2018, she set her sights on becoming a veterinarian technician. Rebecca attended the Institute at Bradford School and graduated in December of 2019. While in college, she met her husband Marc, and they got married in March of 2020. Together they have two dogs, Marley and Bailey, six geckos, and six chickens (for now). Outside of work, Rebecca enjoys gardening, antiquing, going to flea markets, fishing & enjoying nature, and spending time with her family and friends.


Veterinary Assistant

Molly Hafer was born and raised in the middle of the scorched Nevada desert among pot-belly pigs, fake western shoot-outs, and towering sagebrush. Not to mention, a plethora of farm animals and quirky family members. When her eclectic childhood gave way to adulthood, Molly pursued a love of writing and acquired her Bachelor of Liberal Arts in Creative Writing from the University of Nevada, Reno. After several years of being a Jill-of-all-trades, she got the traveling bug, and with her sister and their adopted nephew in tow, the three moved to Chicago and eventually Ohio. Molly now resides in Clintonville and in her free-time loves to run the trails, make postcards out of trash, bake random recipes out of random cookbooks, and, of course, write. Her nephew is serving in the Army and Molly lives most contentedly with her sister and their three cats, Gertie, Zeke, and Xander.


Veterinary Assistant

Mary Jensen was born in Arizona but originates from Middlebury, VT. An avid amphibian and reptile lover, Mary was a tomboy who would spend her childhood catching frogs and snakes on her grandma's farm. Mary moved to Columbus in June 2018 with four high school friends to explore a little more of the world around her. Mary joined the team in August 2018 as a Veterinary Assistant here at CAH. Her previous experience includes the husbandry of both farm and exotic animals, and in her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and collecting antique romance novels.


Veterinary Assistant

Anna Waugh grew up locally in Hilliard, Ohio, and like any good Midwestern daughter of sunshine and country air, enjoyed family, friends, and pets in her formative years. Anna’s interest in our furry friends didn’t wane as she grew and after she married her high school sweetheart in 2015, she continued with her education. Currently, Anna is pursuing a degree in Veterinary Technology from Columbus State. When not in school, Anna and her husband, are restoring a period farmhouse back to its former glory and spending time with their Heinz 57 pup, Penny, and cat, Kitty. Anna enjoys the creativity restoration provides and hopes to have an impressive vegetable garden later this summer.


Veterinary Assistant

Lauryn Cooper spent her formative years in West Chester, Pennsylvania. There she cultivated her skill for music, learning to play the piano, violin, clarinet, and bassoon under the caring tutelage of her Musical Education Teacher parents. Lauryn spent much of her time pursuing her other passion through her volunteer work at local animal shelters and zoos, working with the animals themselves and educating the younger generations about conservation. This passion led her to Ohio State University to pursue a degree in Animal Sciences.

​​​​​​​Lauryn is currently in the process of applying to vet school and before joining the CAH family did assistant work in emergency veterinary medicine. When not focusing on school, Lauryn spends time doing College Mentors for Kids, traveling to exotic places, and swimming.


Veterinary Assistant

Jordyn grew up in Toledo, OH, spending most of her time on the volleyball court. She began her undergraduate degree at The Ohio State University in 2018. While the focus of her studies has switched from biochemistry to biology to neuroscience and back, she finally settled on pursuing a degree in zoology with the ultimate goal of attending vet school. When not studying, Jordyn likes spending time outdoors with friends and Mountaineers at Ohio State, rollerblading and bike riding, hanging with the pups and humans of 4Paws for Ability, volunteering at the Ohio Wildlife Center, and occasionally getting back out on the beach volleyball court. She misses her family pup Coda very much and can’t wait to have a four-legged friend of her own down here in Columbus.



Krista Bishop grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, cultivating an appreciation for flora and fauna through numerous childhood visits to the Cincinnati Zoo. Krista has a deep love for photography, specifically nature and wildlife photography. She attended Northern Kentucky University to pursue that passion, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in Photography in 2017. The following year, she married her husband. Together they traveled to Iceland for their honeymoon and Krista was able to photograph arctic foxes, caribou, and atlantic puffins in the wild. Her photography, like her travel, is not limited to one area and she has been as far as Joshua Tree National Park to as close as Cuyahoga Valley National Park, capturing the natural world in her lens. Her goal is to eventually travel to all of America's national parks. Krista loves wildlife, travel, hiking, knitting, and photography.



Judie has been working for Clintonville Animal Hospital as a Client Services Representative for over ten years. Prior to her time with CAH, she managed a variety of medical practices, choosing to trade in her two-footed friends for four-footed ones, and loving all the new experiences that working with pets had to offer.

Judie is an ardent cat-lover, having had many feline companions over the years. Currently, she shares her days with her two beloved felines, Jag and Jules. Working at CAH she has learned a great deal about veterinary medicine, and this has aided her in the care of her kitty friends. Judie enjoys the opportunity each day to learn something new and the variety of different encounters garnered in a veterinary environment.

Judie is a huge movie buff, political enthusiast, and an avid reader. She prefers non-fiction to fiction and has amassed an impressive collection of over 700 DVDs. In her free time, if she’s not reading or watching a good movie, Judie also enjoys gardening, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.



Sarah joined the team at CAH in April 2020. Prior to becoming part of the CAH family, Sarah had been working in a variety of careers from managing a salon at Palm Beach Tan to caring for twelve horses for harness racing. Sarah is an avid horse lover and aficionado but jumped at the opportunity to increase her knowledge of four-legged friends of the dog and cat variety at CAH. Sarah is always thrilled at the chance to learn and develop new skills and look forward to meeting new people through the clients at CAH. When not at work, Sarah is riding horses, joking around with her pals, and spending time with family and friends at cook-outs and bonfires.



​​​​​​​Riley is a recent graduate of Ohio University, where she studied Commercial Photography. She has a wide variety of interests, but has always been an animal lover. For her, the best kind of days are ones where she can help people and animals. Riley is a proud owner of two kittens, Appa and Bean, and a blood parrot fish, Moscato. When she’s not at work or caring for her creatures, she does freelance photography, performs in theatre productions, and spends time with friends and family.