Brooke Anderson

Brooke Anderson

Brooke has been grooming for three years. She started grooming at Pfister Animal Hospital in the fall of 2020.

Tori

Tori

Tori is a graduate of Mt. Healthy High and went to UC studying veterinary technology. She enjoys her pets, fashion, photography and creating artistic work.

Janice

Janice

Janice graduated from Bradford Vet Tech Institute in 2016. She has always had a special interest in all types of animals, but mainly cats and dogs. She has two dogs (Lucy and Sheeba) and two cats (Umpy and Muscles). When she isn’t at work she enjoys spending time with her daughter and family, also playing pool.

Dr. Layman

Dr. Layman

Dr. Lindsay Layman has been practicing veterinary medicine since 2006. She graduated Cum Laude from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science in 2002 and received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, also from The Ohio State University, in 2006. She focuses on wellness, including dental care. Dr. Layman has a daughter named Maya, a horse, and a Boston Terrier (aka “The Terriorist”). She enjoys horseback riding, reading, and knitting.

Ken

Ken

Ken is the oldest assistant at Pfister Animal Hospital, with the third longest work history. You'd think this would make him the Dad of the office, but alas no. He's more the Weird Uncle, but after 13 years, resigned acceptance has set in and this is the best we can hope for. Ken has been married to his first wife since 1989 showing once the Stockholm Syndrome has set in he's a tolerable person. He has two sons, and was a Stay At Home Dad with them for 9 years. Now, the older one has moved out

Diana

Diana

Diana is a native of Cleveland, OH. She and her husband moved to the Cincinnati area 6 years ago. She has several years experience working in the veterinary field in several positions. When she is not at work she enjoys scrap booking, crafts and reading. She has 2 dogs, Gingi and Gino and a cat named Skruffy.

Shaye

Shaye

Shaye is a 2011 graduate of Stautzenberger College in Toledo Ohio with an associates degree of Applied Science, Veterinary Technology as a Registered Veterinary Technician. She resides in Norwood with her husband Jake, Dog Roxy,and two cats Toulouse and Stanley. Outside of work she enjoys hanging out with her friends, restaurant hunting, and traveling.

Nicole

Nicole

Nicole is a West Chester resident and has been with Pfister Animal Hospital since 2012. Nicole briefly lived in Jacksonville, FL where she began her veterinary career as a kennel technician. She has a Chocolate Lab named Mac and a tabby cat named Katty. In her free time she loves boating, camping, traveling, and snow skiing in the winter months.

Sharon

Sharon

Sharon graduated from Raymond Walter's in 1986 with an Associates Degree of Applied Sciences, Veterinary Technology. As a Registered Veterinary Technician, she loves working with our clients and their pets. Sharon enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters, caring for her varied pets and enjoying nature.

Sharon

Sharon

Sharon joined our hospital in early 2018. She has been working in the veterinary field since 1999 and became a registered technician in 2002 graduating from The University of Cincinnati Raymond Walters. Sharon has two children, Nicolas and Leyla. She also has three cats( two of which are 18 years old), and Echo the Gecko. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her kids and pets. She also loves the outdoors and attending her kids sport activities.

Carla

Carla

Carla has worked at Pfister Animal Hospital since 2004 and feels the best part of her job is continuously learning new aspects of the veterinary field. She graduated with a History degree from Miami University. Carla is also known as "mom" and looks forward to teaching her daughter and son how to ride horses. Carla owns 2 dogs and 4 cats.

Dr. Hurley

Dr. Hurley

Dr. Andrea Hurley is a 1989 graduate of Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine having completed her undergraduate studies at Auburn as well. She is a native of Kentucky and moved to the Cincinnati area upon graduation. She practiced in Northern Kentucky for seven years before leaving to join her husband Dr. Rob Pfister at Pfister Animal Hospital. In 2012, Dr. Hurley became certified in Canine Rehabilitation and currently oversees the rehab department at Pfister Animal Hospital.

Dr. Steinbeck

Dr. Steinbeck

Dr. Nicole Steinbeck grew up in northeast Ohio and received her Bachelor's degree in Zoology at The Ohio State University. Dr. Steinbeck completed a summer internship at the Cincinnati Zoo working with the exotic cats, then worked for Pfister Animal Hospital as a trained veterinary technician. She returned to Ohio State for veterinary school and moved back to join Pfister Animal Hospital again after graduation in 2004. Dr. Steinbeck has a special interest in feline medicine and dentistry.

Irene

Irene

Irene has been with Pfister Animal Hospital since 2005 and has worked in the animal medical field for over 10 years. She has a special interest in birds, rabbits and other small mammals. Irene enjoys making jewelry and other crafts and sings in her church choir. She and her husband have a dog, 3 cats and birds.

Dr. Freson

Dr. Freson

Dr. Freson is a Cincinnati native who decided to return home. She is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and enjoys all aspects of small animal general practice. Some of her special interests include pain management, wellness care, dentistry, and nurturing the human-animal bond. Outside of her work, she enjoys spending time with her daughter (Olivia), husband (Greg) and dog (Missy). She enjoys the outdoors, horseback riding, and attending car shows.

Dr. Pfister

Dr. Pfister

Dr. Pfister is a 1988 graduate of Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. He and his wife along with two daughters live on a farm in Morrow along with their zoo. Outside of work hobbies include construction and travel.

To say we have a unique staff is such an understatement. 

Each and every one of the staff has their own individuality. We definitively do not have a mold that creates the same prototype staff member.  The Pfisters have always wanted each staff member to add to the practice in their own way; we love when clients request a specific staff member to assist with a pet's needs. This bond between staff members and clients make the medical enviroment much more familiar and adds a uniquiness to a profession filled with big box sterility.

 

 

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