Dr Valerie Daubenmier DVM
Dr.Valerie Daubenmier was born and raised on a farm outside of Logan. There she owned many pets growing up and decided at twelve years old that she wanted to be a veterinarian.
She attended The Ohio state university for undergraduate studies in animal science and was accepted early into the College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 1985.
After graduating,she worked in a mixed animal practice for one year. She then started her fist practice, Olde Towne Veterinary Clinic and worked there until 1995. At that time ,she purchased Logan animal Clinic and has been a solo practitioner there until present.
Dr. Daubenmier is a member of the Ohio and American Veterinary Medical Associations. She was past board member of the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association for many years. She is also a member of the Ohio Farm Bureau,Logan-Hocking Chamber of Commerce and Hocking County Chapter of the Ohio Horse Council.
Dr Daubenmier is the proud owner of 5 cats,2 horses and 1 dog. In her spare time, She enjoys reading, antiquing and going to the movies.
I have lived in Hocking county all my life. I’ve always loved animals and have worked at Logan Animal Clinic as a receptionist for over 20 years. I enjoy meeting people and their pets.
Suzanne Hutchison I have been a veterinary assistant for 12 years at Logan Animal Clinic. I met Dr Daubenmier through a rescue group that I had volunteered. I have always enjoyed working with small animals and I work with a great group of people. I moved to Logan 26 years ago from Columbus ohio. My hobbies are gardening, hiking, and enjoying my granddaughter. I’ve worked with animals for over 20 years and I never get tired of it.
Matthew Brown RVT
I’m a Registered Veterinary Technician and a 2001 graduate of Columbus State Community college. After School I worked for 10 years at Annehurst Veterinary Hospital in Westerville Ohio. There I Cared for and assisted animals in emergency situations, intensive care patients, routine checkups and helped perform diagnostic work on them. I find my job very rewarding and enjoy keeping the animals healthy and being involved in helping them feel better when they have been ill. Being a native of Logan Ohio, my wife and I returned to the area in 2009 and shortly after began working at Logan Animal Clinic for Dr Daubenmier.
Samantha Rice RVT
I started my career at the Logan Animal Clinic in July of 2015, where I did an internship position through the Vet Tech Institute at Bradford Schools. After my temporary two-month position was finished, I was hired by Dr. Daubenmier to be a full-time veterinary technician. I currently live in Nelsonville, Ohio with my two cats. When I’m not working, I enjoy gardening, photography, and reading.