Dr. Erica Schieber, a graduate of the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, has been practicing veterinary medicine for about a decade between living in Ohio and Nebraska. The practice was established in 2016 and provides a variety of services to Crawford county and the communities surrounding Bucyrus, Ohio. Farm medicine and companion animal care are both available.
Conveniently located with appointment hours to fit all schedules, our staff wants to give you and your pet a positive experience when visiting the clinic. Our goals are to establish relationships in the community, educate, treat illness and protect animals from disease. We provide many beneficial services to our clients. Livestock and agriculture are a large part of our lives; therefore, farm calls are also available daily.
Our mission is to become the premier veterinary practice in our area with integrity, teamwork and quality care. We will accomplish this by continuing to offer patient-focused service. We also strongly believe that integrity forms the basis of everything we do. As a practice committed to ensuring the highest level of trust, we always offer a solution that is in the best interest of your animals’ health.
Erica Schieber, DVM
Dr. Schieber is married to Josh and the couple has two children. They live north of Bucyrus on a farm that has a variety of pets and livestock. She has 4 cats, 3 wire fox terriers, a pug, 2 chocolate labs, a herd of cows, 5 horses, a pony, and a donkey.
Sherry is from the Nevada area. She graduated as a registered veterinary technician from Columbus State University. She is married with three active kids, and lives in the country with chickens, rabbits, a cat and dog. Sherry have been with us since we opened in 2016.
Jenna graduated as a registered veterinary technician from the Vet Tech Institute at Bradford School in March 2016. She lives in Bucyrus with her husband Jake, 2 dogs, and 2 cats. Jenna have been with us since we opened in 2016 as practice manager.
Lauren joined our staff in July 2018 and is currently in technician school through Ashworth University. She has 3 children, 2 dogs, and a horse. She grew up on a farm in New Washington with goats, horses and various fowl. She currently resides in the country outside Bucyrus.
Alyssa worked with dogs at a humane society as a kennel technician for two years and also completed courses through the Animal Behavior College to become certified in Dog Obedience Training. After becoming certified she was hired as a dog trainer at Petco and moved up through multiple positions becoming the Companion Animal Leader for the store. Being in charge of all of the different animals in the store led her to become a reptile hobbyist and she now has several snakes and lizards, along with dogs, birds, and fish.