Dr. Molly McLeod

Dr. Molly McLeod

Dr. Molly McLeod grew up on a small dairy farm near Westerville, Ohio. Active in 4-H from a young age, she grew up knowing she would always need animals in her life. After graduating with her bachelor’s degree, Dr. Molly worked as a business analyst for several years before returning to her true calling of veterinary medicine.

Dr. Molly received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from The Ohio State University and currently resides in Columbus with her husband and 5 cats. She enjoys gardening, hiking and SCUBA diving in her free time. Dr. Molly is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, and has a Category II National Veterinary Accredidation.

 
 
Danielle Garrett

Danielle Garrett

Danielle grew up all over the world due to her fathers job. Though the scenery changed often, her love for all animals never changed through the years and she started her first job in a vet clinic 23 years ago. When not helping clients and their pets, she enjoys gardening, tennis and traveling. She resides in Worthington with her very spoiled dogs, Turbo and Olive, 4 cats, son and boyfriend.

 
 
Linda Melroy

Linda Melroy

Linda took a lifetime love of animals and combined it with a passion for customer service – to provide care for pets and knowledge to owners for a lifetime of health.

She received an Associates Degree of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology from Stautzenberger College. Over the course of her Veterinary Technician career she has held positions in operations management and practice management. Prior to moving to Central Ohio she was a Veterinary support staff member at the Toledo Zoo where she expanded her skills and knowledge in zoo medicine, nutrition and conservation.

Linda volunteered for various animal rescues in Northwest Ohio and currently works with animal advocacy organizations in our area. She resides in Plain City with her husband, Greg, sharing their home with a lovable goofball of a black Lab mix named Chelios and a super sweet border collie mix named Maisie. Linda enjoys spending time with her furry & non-furry family (especially her grandson), crafting and traveling.

 
 
Katie Wolowiec

Katie Wolowiec

Katie is one of the veterinary nurses at City Paws. Originally from the Cincinnati area, she currently lives in Plain City with her husband, two energetic sons, and sweet cat Willow. Prior to entering the veterinary world, she attended Allegheny College in Pennsylvania where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science. Katie worked as an environmental scientist for several years in both Cincinnati and Columbus before realizing that working with animals is what she would find most fulfilling. She has been a Registered Veterinary Technician since 2008, after graduating Summa cum Laude with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Veterinary Technology from Columbus State, and passing the Veterinary Technician National Examination. Katie is also a member of the Ohio Association of Veterinary Technicians. She enjoys reading, baking, and spending time with her family.