Dr. Huter grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. She graduated from Ohio University in 2002 and taught high school math for 5 years in California. She returned home to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. She graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. Dr. Huter has a strong interest in dermatology, surgery, and most importantly, building lasting relationships with the clients at Berwick Animal Clinic. She joined Berwick Animal Clinic in May of 2015.
Dr. Huter has 2 dogs (Jake and Chloe), 1 cat (Bob), and a 3-legged guinea pig named Bacon Bit. She enjoys cooking, baking, and road cycling. She has been participating in Pelotonia since 2013 and is a proud member of Team Buckeye. Being a Cleveland native, she is a big fan of the Indians and Browns.
Dr. Huter is very excited to join Berwick Animal Clinic and looks forward to serving you and your furry family members!
Mike comes to us from out of the blue – his previous career was as a Flight Engineer with the U.S. Air Force. He spent 22 years in the
Mike and his wife Tammy have a varying amount of rescued dogs and cats. He still volunteers at shelters, and is pursuing his business degree.
Michael started his career in the animal care field at Pilot Dogs, which is an organization in Columbus where guide dogs for the blind are trained. After receiving his degree as a Veterinary Technician from Columbus State Community College, he joined the Berwick team in 2002. He enjoys a good conversation, and will happily discuss anything you would like to know about your pets or his!
At home, Michael shares his home with a dog, four cats, and several fish. When he is not here at the clinic or tending to his animals at home, he likes to cook, garden, and practice his piano skills!
Jackie is a graduate
Sierra started here after her internship with us in April of 2012 shortly after graduating from CSCC with her degree in Veterinarian Technology. She later went and got licensed and registered through the state for her degree.
Sierra lives with her two dogs, A German Shepherd named Elizabeth and a Pittbull named Skye and her cat Tommy.
Mary started here as a
She has three dogs, one Husky
Katie has been shadowing under Dr. Bando since she was in high school because of her desire to eventually become a Veterinarian. She was recently hired full time at Berwick as an assistant to be able to help and learn at the same time.
She lives with 2 sibling Labrador Retrievers named Lucy (Yellow), Riley (Black) and 1 Maltese toy poodle mix named Suki.
Joe is our
Joe and Tracy have been married for 15 years and live together with their three cats and their one Husky/Pekingese mix Layla whom he rescued from one of the rescue groups we work with.
Tammy has been volunteering with us since May of 2012 – you may see her on Saturdays or the occasional weekday.
She’s 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, volunteering with us, 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.
We offer both preventative care services (much like your visits to the dentist), along with dental x-rays and tooth extractions. Good oral hygiene is the best thing that you can do to ensure a longer life, with less health concerns, for your pet. Call us to schedule a dental exam or service.x
Laboratory services are a vital part of the diagnostic process when it comes to veterinarian care. This is because in many cases it is not possible to be able to give a firm diagnosis without undertaking additional tests to confirm the root of the problem. If you have any questions or concerns your vet will be happy to speak to you.x
This is the most effective way to assist in having your companion returned if they go missing. The microchip (about the size of a grain of rice) is placed under the skin between the shoulder blades. When scanned, it provides information that assists in reuniting you with your furry friend!x
Congratulations on the newest member of your household - we can’t wait to meet them! Call us today to schedule an initial visit – our team will conduct a thorough physical exam, in addition to discussing nutrition, training, and medical care. We’ll be more than happy to answer any other questions you may have, as wellx