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Keith Huston, DVM. Memberships: AVMA, AAHA, OVMA

Veterinarian, Chief Medical Officer

A native of northeast Ohio, Dr. Keith was born & raised in nearby Richmond Hts., OH. His love for animals inspired him to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. He studied pre-med biology, played Soccer and Lacrosse at Heidelberg University in Tiffin, OH. In 1990 he received his DVM degree from The Ohio State University (GO BUCKS!!!).

Dr. Keith and his wife Patty have 2 daughters, 2 Labrador Retrievers, Hazel and Josie, and 2 Devon Rex cats named Rudy & Reese.

The family enjoys boating, water skiing, wakeboarding, jet skiing, and watching the Ohio State Buckeyes, and TBDBITL!!


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Samantha Huston, DVM. Memberships: AVMA, AAHA, OVMA


Dr. Samantha graduated Summa Cum Laude with her Bachelor of Science from Ohio State University in 2014. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017.

She loves watching the Cleveland Indians and The Ohio State Buckeyes.

She enjoys Running with her dog Hazel, Water skiing and boating with her family.

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Cathy Robertson, DVM. Memberships: AVMA, AAHA, OVMA


Dr. Cathy grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and received her DVM degree from Michigan State University in 2006. She has enjoyed caring for cats & dogs at animal hospitals both in Michigan & in Baltimore, Maryland. She enjoys guiding pet parents on how to keep their pets healthy and happy as well as working together to manage any health problems.

Dr. Cathy joined Village Veterinary Clinic in 2015 after her husband's career brought their family to Cleveland. They live in Shaker Heights with their two small children and two dogs. In her limited spare time, she enjoys gardening, reading, & watching movies.

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Jennifer Lenz, DVM. Memberships: AVMA, AAHA, OVMA


Following graduation, Dr. Jennifer completed a one-year rotating internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital in Akron, Ohio. She joined Village Veterinary Clinic in 2008. As a general practitioner, Dr. Jennifer enjoys the opportunity to get to know her patients and their families while helping them navigate through all the various joys and concerns that pets bring to our lives.

Outside of her work caring for pets and the people who love them, Dr. Jennifer enjoys playing the French horn in the Hillcrest Concert Band. She also serves as co-chair of her church's service-outreach team and is involved in running a local food pantry. While she grew up with dogs, Dr. Jennifer now lives with her cat, Spirit, and husband and two children.

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Lynn Proctor, DVM. Memberships: AVMA, AAHA, OVMA


Dr. Lynn grew up in Geauga County and has always had an interest in veterinary medicine. She grew up around many kinds of animals including dogs, cats, horses, rabbits, parakeets, fish, and a tarantula. She is also interested in alternative veterinary medicine to enhance the knowledge she already has.

In 2012, she took a course for Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine in Acupuncture.

Dr. Lynn lives in Concord along with her husband Andrew, son Rafe, her dog Arrow, her cats Bowie & Gunny, and a canary named Vader. She loves skiing, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, softball, and camping.

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Jo Byron, DVM. Memberships: AVMA, AAHA, OVMA


Dr. Jo lives in Pepper Pike with her husband, multiple cats, and her new rescue dog Valkyrie. Dr. Jo has a very diverse background in veterinary medicine that has included rehab medicine, acupuncture, herbal medicine, zoo medicine & emergency medicine. She has a passion for shelter management and helping pets in the shelters find good homes.

Her goal is to see a day where all animals receive excellent veterinary care and no animals are killed in shelters to make room for more abandoned pets

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