Dr. Goss graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1989. She is a member of Phi Zeta, the veterinary honor society. Previously she earned an M.S. in molecular biology and molecular genetics, and worked in research. She has worked at several veterinary clinics both in Ohio and on the East Coast, most recently at the veterinary facility at Wright-Patterson Air Force base. For many years, Dr. Goss showed Norwegian Elkhounds in dog shows and obedience trials. She enjoys cooking (she makes a black bean chili to blow your socks off!), learning new languages, and playing Texas Hold’em. She is an avid tennis fan. She shares her home with a Norwegian Elkhound and Belgian Malinois.
Registered Veterinary Technician
Brianna (Bri) graduated from the Bradford School in Applied Veterinary Science in 2013. She has been living her dream job of working with animals as a veterinary technician since graduating. In her free time, she loves food, dance and visiting new places with her husband Jake. Bri also will spend her weekends teaching high school color guard and going going to to OSU football games. She has a calico cat, Arya, and a pointer/lab mix Nala.
Megan has been in veterinary medicine for 10 years. She loves both large and small animal medicine. Her husband is an active duty Marine, so they move every few years. She loves exploring new and different places throughout the world. In her spare time, she works on Jeeps for off-roading, and likes to go fishing, preferably in the ocean.
Lois is happily married to her high school sweetheart, Jim and lives with a plethora of dogs, cats, and chickens.
Megan has basically been raised in a veterinary facility, as her mom would take her to the clinic she worked at for years! Megan is also experienced in working in a dog park/daycare facility and a local Police K9 training facility. An avid soccer player, Megan trains her own crew of dogs – Luke, Ruger, and Rogue.