Dr. Vicki was raised in the small town of New Lexington, in southeastern Ohio. Her knowledge and experience with pets and livestock comes from many years in 4-H, volunteering with her home veterinarian, her husband's teachings, and hands-on experiences with her own cattle and swine located on the family farm.

She obtained her B.S. in Animal Science and DVM from
The Ohio State University.

Dr. Vicki is a 4-H club advisor, member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association, and Toledo Veterinary Medical Association.

She and her husband are blessed to have four wonderful children, one son and three daughters, ranging in age from 22-12 years old.



All of the staff at Town & Country Animal Healthcare are farm women who have vast experiences with their own pets and livestock.



front (l-r): Shelli Morlock, Dawn Hasselbach
back (l-r): Pam Frisch, Kelli Leuck, Brandi Schrader, Dr. Vicki

shelli   Shelli has been working with Dr. Vicki in the veterinary medical field since 1993. Being a dairy farm wife of 26 years, she has extensive knowledge of the food-animal industry and healthcare. She also enjoys all of the smaller animals that are treated and cared for through the clinic.You will often find her enjoying family, friends, and having tons of fun. Shelli is married and has a son, Jayme, and daughter, Madisen.
  Dawn has been a veterinary assistant on staff for 12 years. You will often find her working on Monday nights - offsetting her full-time job at Bowling Green State University. She and her husband, Steve, have one daughter, Ashley, and twin boys, Jason and Zach. Their family is very active in 4-H and sporting activities.
  Pam has been working at T&C for six years. She raises and shows Mini Rex rabbits and has owned Arabian horses most of her life. She brings this knowledge, along with small animal experience, to our staff. Also active in 4-H, Pam has helped mentor many children with their livestock projects. In her spare time, she enjoys working with her animals and spending time with her daughters Janice and Julia, and husband Ken.
  Kelli is a Registered Veterinary Technician and has been working on the staff for three years. She currently resides in Pemberville where she raises and shows her own breeding flock of crossbred sheep. As a technician, she enjoys educating the public about the health of large and small animals. Kelli also enjoys hanging out with friends and family and volunteer for local events (like the Pemberville Free Fair!).
  Brandi is currently working part-time, but has been on staff for seven years. She lives in Continental, Ohio with her husband Kyle. She grew up showing Herefords and market lambs. A graduate of The University of Findlay, with a B.S. in Biology with an agriculture emphasis, and a M.A. in Education with a Human Resource emphasis. Brandi can be found spending time with friends and family, traveling, and attending cattle shows.
in from the garden
t&chome in from the garden drvicki