Aaron Stamper, DVM

Dr. Stamper earned his doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in May 2002 from Auburn University and comes to us with a wide array of diagnostic and surgical skills. Aaron is the son of the practice founder; the late Dr. Raymond Stamper, and has been involved in veterinary medicine in some form or another since birth. He is PETWOW’s chief surgeon.

Cheryl Myers, DVM

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”.

Mike Line, DVM

Dr. Line earned his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in June of 1998 from Ohio State University and has been servicing PETWOW's Home Veterinary Care customers ever since. Dr. Line is an excellent diagnostician and is able to explain complex problems and treatment strategies to customers in a way that makes sense and makes them feel comfortable with the approach he will take with their pets. We’re thrilled to be working with doctor Line and we’re happy to trust our customer’s pets to his care

Erin Foster, DVM

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.

Jennifer Brewster, DVM

Dr. Brewster received her degree in veterinary medicine from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. Following graduation, she completed a one-year internship in equine surgery and lameness at Tryon Equine Hospital in Columbus, NC. At the end of the internship, she made an unexpected move towards small animal medicine at two Banfield hospitals located in Florence, KY and Cincinnati, OH. She worked for both practices for nearly 3 years before taking an associate veterinarian position with Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus in November of 2015. Dr. Brewster then spent the next year and a half providing excellent veterinary care to all of the Ringling Bros. animals which allowed her to work with both large and small animals as well as a few species of exotic animals. Following the announcement of Ringling Bros. closure, Dr. Brewster was excited to pursue an open position at PetWow where she worked as a veterinary assistant prior to veterinary school.

Samantha Miller, DVM

“Hello, I'm Dr. Sam Miller. I am originally from Columbus, IN but have been fortunate enough to live in a few different beautiful locations such as Charleston, SC. I attended veterinary school at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine down in St. Kitts. My clinical year was at Purdue University. While I was in vet school I had some wonderful opportunities including going to South Africa, doing research on coral reef rehabilitation and the long-spined sea urchin, doing an externship at the Indianapolis Zoo and earning my rescue diver certification.

After vet school I worked at a small animal and exotic private practice in Bloomington, IN for two years prior to moving to Northern Kentucky. My main areas of interest are in preventative medicine, client education, but especially in ultrasound and diagnostic imaging.

I'm very excited to be joining PetWow and starting a new chapter here in Northern Kentucky with my fiancé, Ben and our 10 y.o. collie, Peyton (named for the great Manning - even though I'm in Bengals territory, I'll still be a hard core Colts fan!)”

Hilary Calland, DVM

Dr. Calland (Slaven) was born and raised in northern Indiana and earned her Bachelor’s degree in animal sciences and DVM degree in 2006 from Purdue University in Lafayette, Indiana (Go Boilers!). She worked at a large mixed animal practice in west central Indiana for 12 years before relocating to Northern Kentucky. She loves dogs, cats and cows and spending time in the country. The part of her job that she enjoys most is meeting folks in the community and their furry buddies. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her family and friends.