Dr. Lauren Dell
I grew up in rural Poolesville, Maryland with cats, dogs, and horses. I studied Biology at The College of William & Mary and earned my doctorate from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Va Tech. I spent the first eight years of my career in Virginia, primarily working with dogs and cats and developing interests in nutrition, behavior, and geriatrics. I also learned feral cat Medicine and served as Medical Director for Meower Power, a feral cat management group.
My family and I moved to Johnson City, TN for 3 years, where I continued small animal practice with a significant amount of shelter medicine. We came to Hebron in 2008 when my husband Kevin, an internist, joined the faculty of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Our two daughters are currently at Conner Middle School.
After 18 years in practice I have decided to distil everything I have learned from my prior positions to shape a practice devoted to cats.
Hi, I’m Julie! I just moved to Cincinnati in November 2016 from Baton Rouge, LA, where I was a zoo keeper and zoo educator for the past 4 years. I love animals of all types and my passion is for conservation. I am also a zoo educator and volunteer at the Cincinnati Zoo. I enjoy working at TCVOH because it is a calm, soothing environment for our feline friends and I look forward to meeting new clients and patients every day. I split my time in the office between the front desk and patient care as a veterinary assistant.
Beth – Client Services
I was the kid who brought home all the strays…many strays. I have loved and owned animals all my life, and am grateful for the opportunity to work for The Cat Vet of Hebron.
I have 4 sweet kitties and 2 sweet dogs. I live in Erlanger, KY with my husband. We will soon be empty nesters as our youngest and last at home of 4 children will be moving out.
I truly look forward to seeing you and your fur baby at your next visit!
Holly – Client Services
Hey, I’m Holly! I’m originally from California and as one of six children, I grew up in a house full of love for one another and our cats, dogs, field mice, and fish. There was never a dull moment during my childhood and I plan on giving my daughter the same experience. I have been residing in Kentucky with my husband and daughter for the last three years and have now call it our home. The Cat Vet of Hebron has been an incredible opportunity to connect one on one with clients and patients alike. The more I see them, the more like family they are. I am incredibly grateful to work in an environment where patients, clients, and employees alike are treated with the utmost care, respect, and urgency. That being said, I cannot wait to meet you and your adorable furbabies!
Jackie – Veterinary Assistant
Hi, I’m Jackie! Ever since I was a little girl wrapped up in a bed full of stuffed animals of all sorts, I have dreamt of working in a veterinary office. That dream started with my working at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden’s Center for Conservation and Research of Endangered Wildlife for twenty years as their Cat Colony Manager. In this role I managed a colony of domestic cats and assisted veterinarians and scientists with behavioral, wellness, nutrition, reproductive, disease, and health studies all related to feline medicine for both domestic and endangered feline species. The knowledge and experience I acquired has led me to a new endeavor as a Cat Vet Technician Assistant continuing to expand my knowledge and new skills while working with clients and seeing the love they have for their cats. I look forward to talking to you about your cats and assisting to make their lives happy and healthy!
Charlotte, Office Manager