Dr. Sally Chevalier is a native of St. Clairsville in eastern Ohio. Dr. Sally earned her B.S. in agriculture in 1996 and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2000 from The Ohio State University. She worked in Wyandot County for 14 years and Fremont, OH for 2 years. She is an active participant in the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association, having served on the Board of Directors and advocating for the profession at Legislative Day events. As a veteran of 4-H and the Ohio State Equestrian Team, she offers her expertise to her local 4-H programs. When she’s not at work, she spends time with her husband and their three children. Family activities include sporting events, 4-H and music lessons. The family adores their two Jack Russell Terriers, Otis and Banjo, as well as 2 guinea pigs. Dr. Sally is excited to serve the local community with this practice in Sycamore. She enjoys internal medicine, dentistry and preventive medicine. She hopes that her years of experience and attention to the human-animal bond will make your visit enjoyable.
Amber is one of our Registered Veterinary Technicians. She graduated the Veterinary Technician program from Penn Foster College with an Associate of Science Degree. She has 18 years of experience in the veterinary field. Amber enjoys every aspect of veterinary work from caring for patients to educating clients. When Amber is not at work you can find her camping, fishing, and making crafts. Amber and her husband, Doug, reside outside of Republic. They share their home with two sons, Shane and Vaughn. Currently Amber has a spoiled cat named Paul and a Doberman Pinscher named Abe.
Liz is a 2012 Mohawk High School graduate. She graduated from Brown Mackie College-Findlay, where she earned her Associate’s degree in Applied Science with a study in Veterinary Technology. Growing up, Liz always knew she wanted to work with animals, and veterinary medicine was the perfect fit. As she begins her career as a registered veterinary technician, she would like to focus on dentistry, animal behavior and surgery. She lives in Sycamore with her family and her cats Oreo, Marty, Allison, Kona and Vesper. She also has a playful Australian Cattle Dog/Border Collie mix named Thea. In her free time, Liz has assisted in teaching dance classes and enjoys shopping and spending time with friends and family.