Dr. Cheryl Myers earned her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in June of 1986 from the Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Myers has many years experience and is a tremendous clinician, diagnostician, and surgeon. As the proud mother of 9 children, Dr. Myers does it all. She is a joy to work with and displays professionalism on every level. For obvious reasons, many of us affectionately call her “Super Woman”.
My name is Erin Foster and I am originally from Columbus,Ohio which is where I grew up and have lived my whole life. I went to Pickerington North High School and went on to get my Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology fromMiamiUniversity. Before starting college, I knew I wanted to be a veterinarian but it was only after my sophomore year in high school when I realized that my original plan of pursuing a medical degree was not the best option for me. So, my interest in science, public health, animals, and problem solving lead me to veterinary school. I graduated with my DVM degree from the Ohio State University, and I’m so excited to have been given the opportunity to start my veterinary career in such a great, innovative clinic in such a wonderful city.
As a young girl growing up in New England, Dr. Penny Robertson fell in love with animals and developed a passion for caring for them. Between her own pet guinea pigs and lizards, to the horses on her collegiate equestrian team, to training medical alert service dogs, Dr. Robertson was always finding a way to be near wonderful creatures of all different species. After her undergraduate years at the University of Massachusetts, Dr. Robertson worked for the Animal Rescue League of Boston and was on the front-lines of rescuing and rehabilitating both the domestic and wildlife species of the Cape Cod area. Completing her graduate studies in the Caribbean island of Grenada and Oklahoma State University exposed Dr. Robertson to an even wider variety of species and their needs.
Since graduation from St. George's University in 2013, Dr. Robertson married the love of her life and enjoyed time at a mixed animal clinic in Ohio, as well as traveling community wellness clinics, before answering the call to serve overseas as a Combat Veterinarian in Iraq. Dr. Robertson is now blessed to be serving the local communities of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky at PetWow where she happily lives with her medical alert trained Border Collie, Luke, and her rescued Chihuahua, Piglet.