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Meet the Team of Tri-County Veterinary Service. We’re pleased to provide exceptional veterinary care for your pets!
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1986 following graduation from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He became a partner in the business in 1992.
His veterinary interests include all the aspects of farm animal medicine, especially small ruminants, small animal orthopedics, and surgery. Today, he lives near Maplewood with his wife, Cindy. They have two sons, daughters-in-law and two grandchildren. In his spare time, Tim enjoys working with sheep, attending church activities, and following sports teams. His favorites are the Reds and OSU football & basketball!
He enjoys many aspects of veterinary medicine and has special interests in dairy and beef cattle production, small animal medicine, and soft tissue surgery. He currently lives in New Knoxville with his wife, Laura and their three children. His family has a small beef cow herd, two dogs name Chumley & Mavis, and many barn cats. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, woodworking, and raising and showing beef cattle.
Dr. Wagner grew up on a farm outside Bluffton, Ohio. She enjoys all areas of veterinary medicine and has a special interest in bovine medicine and both small and large animal surgery. She is the proud owner of her Dalmation named Skyler and an aquatic turtle. In her free time, she enjoys cycling, kayaking, participating in mud runs, reading, and spending time with my family.
Originally from the Cleveland area, Dr. Blazek is excited to come back and practice in her home state. While she enjoys all aspects of mixed animal practive, she is especially interested in small animal medicine, pathology, and both small and large animal surgery.
She has a sassy calico cat named Thea who rules the house and an adopted Goldendoodle named Finley. Outside of the clinic, Dr. Blazek enjoys making new dessert recipes, reading, playing volleyball, and trying to have faith in the Cleveland Browns.
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Growing up I had numerous dogs and cats, and even a chicken, but my favorite pets were my two horses. My love for horses led me to volunteer at an Equestrian Therapy program for over ten years, and I even became a certified teacher; I taught part-time for three years. I am currently blessed with 2 Bull Mastiffs, named Bella and Brutus. I sometimes foster and volunteer for the American Bull Mastiff Rescue Service.
I was a 4-H advisor in Shelby County for 24 years, am a church pianist, and accompany choirs at both Jackson Center and Botkins Local Schools. In my free time I enjoy reading, sports and spending time with family, especially my grandson!