Deann Ashby-Mitchell, DVM
Available: Tues. to Sat. during regular hours.
Driving range 70 miles from Bluemont, VA.
Licensed to practice in VA, and WV
9 yrs of experience in small animal medicine, ultrasound,
dentistry, and soft tissue surgery,
USDA accredited. Huge believer in effective client
communication, DEA licensed.
Kim Danoff, DVM
Available weekdays & weekends.
1999 UF Grad; Internship Trained at Tufts.
Dogs, cats, birds, and some exotics.
Northern Virginia, Prince William, Loudoun, & Fauquier Counties.
Current Virginia & DEA Licenses.
Matthew W. Kelcourse, DVM
Southeastern VA/Hampton Roads
As a relief veterinarian, seamlessly blending in as part
of your veterinary health care team is as important as
experience, patient care, and client communication skills.
*1992 Graduate: Tufts University
-general/preventive medicine & routine surgery
-complicated soft tissue & orthopedic surgery
*Virginia & DEA license in good standing
*Mon – Sat: 6 to 9 hour shifts
*Long-term (2-3 weeks): considered;
based on availability and location
Katrin Ventocilla Robinson, DVM
2008 Graduate of Universidad Nacional Mayor de
San Marcos, Lima-Peru. Worked 3 years as Head
LVT prior to ECFVG certification as a US DVM in
2016. Experienced working in a fast pace small
animal general practice in Northern VA.Passionate
about soft tissue surgery, dentistry, and dermatology.
Fluent in Spanish & German. Current VA and
DEA License; USDA Accredited.
James D. Meister, DVM
Available 7 days a week for short term or long
term relief positions throughout Virginia.
I am located near Lynchburg and available for
both small animal or equine work.
I have been in private practice for 25 years.
Early in my career, I practiced small animal and
equine medicine. For many years I had my own
sports medicine and equine surgery practice with
a clientele of show horses, primarily hunter/jumpers.
I have been working in small animal medicine for
the last two years, performing medical and surgical
care to dogs and cats. Small animal services include
routine surgical and medical care, dental care, radiology,
limited orthopedic, and basic ultrasound. Equine care
includes performance evaluations and treatments,
pre purchase examinations, radiology and ultrasound,
emergency care and surgical procedures.
-NC State graduate.
-I hold Virginia, USDA and DEA licenses.
Karoline M. Roderer, DVM
My goal is to seamlessly provide care to your patients as though you were providing the care yourself.
- Education: University of Illinois (DVM, 2014), Northwestern University (BS Biomedical Engineering, 2010)
- Licenses/Certifications: Virginia license, DEA license, USDA certification
- Available for outpatient relief for general practice (dogs/cats).
- Online booking available.
Phone: (847) 902-1045
Tosha Starke, DVMKatrina (Kitti) Tadema-Wielandt, DVM
"Exceptional Care When You Are Not There"
is my relief business motto. I have practiced
veterinary medicine for 12 years. During that
time, I have been Medical Director at two
veterinary hospitals. I understand the importance
of having a competent and compassionate
clinician on duty while you are away.
*Virginia Tech Graduate 2004
*Available Monday-Saturday in Northern VA
*License in good standing in Virginia
*Professional references available
Waynesboro & 100 mile radius
Available for long and short term relief
20+ years experience in small
animal medicine including emergency
Karen J. Thomason, DVM:
Retired small animal veterinarian located in Floyd, available for
relief work. Good internal medicine skills and will do small
surgeries. I have done relief work many years ago, and then
practiced in Floyd for about 28 years, owning my own practice.