Easton Animal Hospital
Before bringing your cat to our hospital, please watch the video below with tips to make the travel here, home, and the visit itself easier on your pet!
Dr. Karen White
Dr. White earned her B.S. degree at the University of Cincinnati and graduated from The OSU School of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. Dr. White splits her professional time between Easton and Diley Hill Animal Emergency Center. Dr. White has a passion for fostering the human-animal bond.
Dr. White's interests include reading, cheering for the Bengals and the Buckeyes, and visiting her family.
Proper and timely medical care can extend the life of your beloved four-legged friend.
We treat every animal and every owner with the care they deserve.
We want to improve the quality of life and health of your pet through appropriate medical care and treatment. Whether your pet is feeling a little under the weather, needs a check up, or is coming in for surgery, you can be assured that our staff will treat you and your pet with the compassion you have come to expect from us!
Dr. Alec Land
Dr. Land attended undergraduate school at The College of Wooster, obtained a Master's Degree in Zoology at Miami of Ohio University, and graduated from The OSU School of Veterinary Medicine in 1985. His primary interests currently include advanced orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries. Dr. Land enjoys barn building and forestry. His wife, Dr. Rona Shapiro, currently works at the Groveport-Canal Animal Hospital.
You will be given an itemized list of everything your pet is due for so there are no surprises at check-out.
Dr. Peter Olson
A career OSU student, Dr. Olson graduated with a B.S. in Zoology in 2002, and the OSU School of Veterinary Medicine in June, 2007.
He worked for Dr. Land during undergraduate and veterinary school, since 2000. His current hobbies are attending sporting events (Go Bucks & Jackets!), movies and movie trivia.
Dr. Rebecca Land
Dr. Rebecca Land is from Columbus, Ohio. She earned her B.S. degree at the University of Dayton and graduated from The OSU College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Land has a passion for fostering the human-animal bond and enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine.
In her time away from the hospital, Dr. Land enjoys reading, writing, and spending time with her friends, family, and yellow lab named Theodore.
A complete nose-to-tail exam includes everything in between, including listening to the heart and palpating abdominal organs.