Covid 19 Update - We are currently allowing one person in with their pet. We ask that clients wear a mask, and call when they arrive.
Dr. Marcia Hall
Dr. Marcia Hall is a 1991 graduate of the Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine.
She began her career as a veterinary technician and worked her way through under grad and vet school.
She has been the sole owner of Garrettsville Animal Hospital since 2006.
Her passion in practice is to provide the best well-being to her patients through wellness care and preventive medicine, with the ultimate goal of letting you have more good years together with your pets.
Outside of practice, she enjoys hiking, and doing nose work with her Golden Retriever, Gavin.
Terri joined Garrettsville Animal Hospital in 2002 as the "after hours" cleaning person. In 2003 she became a receptionist and focused on learning as much as she could about what makes a veterinary hospital run smoothly and efficiently. Since 2006, Terri has worked closely with
Dr. Hall to see that everything needed to provide quality care for patients, whether it is surgery supplies or cotton balls (and everything in between) is readily available. She makes sure staff is provided the most current information and training and also provides oversight to maintain the facility and equipment in top working condition.
In Terri's spare time, she enjoys spending time with her 4 children, 2 grandchildren and their families. She also enjoys maintaining her flower gardens and reading while cozying up with her cats, Ginger and Thumble.
After many years at The Plain Dealer, Jen decided it was time for a career change. She had been volunteering at the Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter and had fostered many dogs with medical needs so she knew she wanted to work with animals. She earned her degree in veterinary technology by going to school at night and then continued her rescue work at the Geauga County Humane Society - Rescue Village. Jen and her husband live in Auburn Township on a 5-acre hobby farm with goats and chickens and of course, dogs. Rescue is still an important part of her life and she continues to volunteer at Rescue Village with the barn animals and fostering dogs. She and her husband, with the help of their grown daughters, are also active fosters for Ohio Shorthair Rescue, a non-profit group that specializes in rescuing German Shorthair Pointers.
Registered Veterinary Technician
Lindsay started with us in September 2017. She has a beautiful daughter named Emma and one cat named Pig. When she's not at work she enjoys shopping, going camping, and spending time with her daughter. Her dream job would be working at the zoo as a vet tech.
Amber has been with the GAH family since September of 2017. She has two cats, Harvey and Munchkin, and a dog Diesel. When she's not at work, Amber spends her spare time crafting, baking and spending time with her husband.
Client Service Representative