Located in Maumee and Whitehouse, Ohio, High Point Animal Hospital is committed to providing quality, friendly care to the dogs, cats, and "pocket pets" of Lucas County.
At High Point Animal Hospital we provide medical attention to dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, hamsters, gerbils, mice, and rats.
Each veterinarian and team member is deeply committed to the health and well-being of your pet. We love animals as much as you do!
When you choose the "right vet" for you and your animals, look to High Point Animal Hospital.
At High Point Animal Hospital we try to provide the best care available to our patients in an organized and efficient manner. Delivering state of the art care with the compassion and willingness to go above and beyond the ordinary animal hospital, are what have made this hospital prosper. As we continue to grow, retaining these qualities is our promise to you and your pets.
At High Point Animal Hospital we strive to provide the best medical care your pets can receive. Our doctors take many continuing education courses so that they may provide you and your pets with the latest medical advances and techniques. Our doctors and staff always try to go the extra mile to make our clients and patients feel as comfortable as possible while they are in our hospital or under our care as patients.
The practice was founded in 1985 by Dr. Thomas Mowery. In the beginning, Dr. Mowery provided care to all types of animals including large animals such as horses and cattle. Several years ago we began to do small animals exclusively. Our clinic now provides quality care and compassion to many canine and feline breeds as well as the "little guys" such as ferrets and rabbits. Today, High Point Animal Hospital offers medical care from six doctors and a large staff of veterinary technicians, assistants and receptionists to help you with all of your pets' needs.
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Molly Bopp, DVM has been practicing veterinary medicine at High Point Animal Hospital since her graduation from The Ohio State University in 1987. At that time, High Point had one doctor and one assistant helping during the office hours while the other veterinarian went out on large animal calls. Dr. Bopp's interest in veterinary medicine started at a young age and was solidified by spending her high school years training and showing horses.
Orthopedics and surgery have always been special interests of Dr. Bopp and she keeps current on recent advances and information through many avenues of continuing education. Dr. Bopp has recently been focused on animal physical rehabilitation.
Dr. Bopp splits her time between the practice and caring for her family. Her animal charges include Shadow, a cat, who is happiest when he is in his favorite place riding on the children's shoulders anywhere they go. The newest addition to the family is a Golden Retriever named Quinn. Her husband Brian and her two sons complete Dr. Bopp's family.
Dr. John Jones grew up in Northwest Ohio graduating from Liberty Center High School. He inherited his interest in veterinary medicine from his father Marvin Jones who was a state veterinarian for northern Ohio. John graduated cum laude from Ohio State with a Bachelor of Science degree in agriculture. For veterinary school, he also attended Ohio State graduating in 1991. For the next year he lived in Morocco serving as a Peace Corp volunteer. He worked in a large animal practice in a small town on the edge of the Sahara Desert.
John met his wife Sheri after starting work at High Point in January 1993. They were married in 1998 and have three daughters, Morgan, Sydney, and Jenna. In their free time the Jones family enjoys travel, gardening, and of course Ohio State football.
Dr. Jones enjoys small animal medicine and surgery with a special interest in ultrasound imaging and endoscopy.
Dr. Fanning was born and raised in Ohio. She attended the University of Findlay and graduated from the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. She then went on to complete a one year internship in small animal medicine, emergency and surgery at one of the largest animal hospitals in south Florida. Dr. Fanning was asked to stay on as associate veterinarian and intern mentor at this large 20 doctor practice, where she worked the next 5 years.
While in Florida Dr. Fanning attended the Chi Institute for Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.She was trained in veterinary acupuncture and studied food therapy. This extensive training allows her to practice Integrative medicine, which is the combination of western medicine (which we are accustomed to here in the US) and Chinese medicine. This allows Dr. Fanning to select a therapeutic plan that is best for each individual patient.
In 2010, Dr. Fanning tried moving closer to home by relocating to Charlotte, NC. She worked at Charlotte's largest 24 hour emergency and general practice animal hospital for 2 years. Despite her enjoyment of the southern climate, family brought her back to Ohio in 2012. She is happily living in the Toledo area and proud to be at High Point Animal Hospital.
Dr. Tom started High Point in 1985. He graduated from The Ohio State University in 1976. He grew up on a dairy farm in Henry County.
Early in his career he took care of both large and small animals. He did relief work for many at the Toledo Zoo.
Dr. Tom and his wife Deb have two children and three grandchildren. His son, Aaron is a school teacher in Eugene, Oregon and his daughter, Casey is a teacher in Columbus.
He has two four legged friends in his household, Frank and Lemon, both are mini Dachshunds.
Dr. Tom and his wife enjoy spending time with their grandkids and friends as well as traveling, OSU football, playing cards, and skiing.
Monica Slovak is a 1997 graduate of the Ohio State University and has been a veterinarian at High Point since October 1998.
In her spare time, she enjoys reading, gardening, painting, and almost anything else involving creative arts.
She has two cats, Poe and Hug/ Pepper (the cat with multiple names). She lives in Rossford with her husband Rob and her son Benjamin, where Ohio State wins and Michigan losses bring their family equal joy.
Dr. Tiffany Hyland joined the staff of High Point Animal Hospital in August of 2004.
Dr. Hyland has worked as a small animal practitioner since graduating from Ohio State University Veterinary College in 1993. Dr. Hyland enjoys many aspects of veterinary medicine. She has special interests in internal medicine, preventative medicine and pain management. When not working she enjoys spending time with her three sons and working in her pottery studio.
Dr. Liz Bolbach was born in Toledo and graduated from Central Catholic. She graduated from the University of Findlay before venturing far away from home to attend Texas A&M University for veterinary school. After spending 3 years in Georgia and 5 years in Florida, Dr. Bolbach returned home to be closer to family. She has been practicing at High Point Animal Hospital since November 2017.
Dr. Bolbach has a great love of cats having showed them for several years in vet school. She also practices integrated medicine with acupuncture having studied at the Chi Institute in Florida.
Dr. Bolbach lives with her daughter, Katrina and son, Elias, along with her husband, Jason, a retired Air Force veteran and a large menagerie of pets on a small farm outside of town. Her crew includes 3 dogs, 4 cats, and 2 horses. One of her dogs is a special needs dog names Morgan who is always at the clinic with her.In her freetime, Dr. Bolbach likes spending time with her family, riding and showing her Arabian horse, Mackenzie, and exploring new local places. She also has a passion for all things Disney.
Niki Hoodlebrink is the office manger for High Point Animal Hospital. Niki joined our team in March 2000. She is a 1997 graduate of the Ohio State University with a degree in Animal Science/ Farm Management. Niki was raised in Mt. Gilead, Ohio, but currently resides in Pemberville with her husband, Dennis, and daughters Alyssa and Paige. Their family also consists of Bentley, a sometimes naughty but very adorable Pompoo. Niki enjoys watching her girls play soccer and volleyball and scrapbooking.
Kristin came to High Point in August of 2006 after graduating from Stautzenberger College. She lives in Holland with her husband, son and daughter. Kristin's household also includes two kitties, Butters and Token and a crazy Boston Terrier, Angus, and a sweet lab mix named Douglas. In her spare time Kristin enjoys spending time with her family, exercising, reading and is a huge fan of Pittsburgh Penguins hockey!
Rachel Ewbank joined High Point in November of 2005. Rachel earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Toledo and graduated from Stautzenberger College as a Registered Veterinary Technician. Rachel and her husband, Shane, live in Holland with their daughter, Morgan and son, Bennett. Their fury siblings include Finnegan, a silver and white tabby cat, and Kelley, a rescued Golden Retriever. Rachel is a huge football fan who loves the Cleveland Browns and the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Felicia came to us after graduating from Brown Mackie College in 2013 with her Associate of Applied Science degree. She interned with High Point and we were happy to have her join our team in January 2014. Felicia enjoys helping animals and the medicine behind it all. She loves that every day is different and that she is constantly learning on the job and continuing her education. Outside of work Felicia likes spending time with her husband, Andrew, riding bikes and enjoying the outdoors with their dogs. Their furry crew includes three dogs, Estrella, a pit bull, Anastasia, a lab mix, and Jacob, also a pitbull. They have two kitties as well, Kiara, a domestic short hair and Buddy, a Manx.
Colleen came to us in May 2013 after graduating from BGSU with a bachelors degree in business. She graduated from Stautzenberger College in the Veterinary Technician program in the fall of 2014. She enjoys cooking and baking, walking her dogs at the park and watching baseball. She and her husband, Brad, are huge fans of the Detroit Tigers! Their furbabies include two pitbull mixes, Lander and Miggy, and a kitty named Hemi.
Megan joined the High Point family in 2014 as a veterinary technician after graduating from Stautzenberger College. She lives with her boyfriend, Nick, their two dogs Lilly and Shadow and their cat, Jasper. In her spare time she enjoys going to the movies.
Stephanie has been working with animals since graduating Stautzenberger College with her associate degree in Veterinary Technology in 2009. Stephanie is an avid runner and also enjoys gardening and camping. She and her husband share their busy home with their five children and four fur kids. They have three cats named, Opie, Scourge, Toonces the Driving Cat and their dog, Victoria.
Ashley has been working with animals since graduating Brown Mackie with her associate's degree in veterinary technology in 2014. She joined High Point in July 2016. She has wanted to work with animals since she was a young girl and this career is a perfect fit. She enjoys spending her free time with her husband, Casey, and baby girl Harper and catching up with her long time friends from home. Their furry family includes their lab, Chevy, and French Bulldog, Ruger.
Kait joined us here at High Point after graduating from Stautzenberger college in 2017. Kait enjoys reading, listening to music and spending time with her family at the lake. She has two cats, Kari, a torti, and Graycee, a grey domestic shorthair.
Lindsey joined High Point Animal Hospital in September of 2017. She graduated as a registered technician from Stautzenberger in 2018. Lindsey has four cats, Luna, Sirius, Ralph and Pea.
Ashley graduated from Stautzenberger College in 2017 and joined us here at High Point. Ashley really enjoys spending time with her family and her boyfriend, James. They visit the lake on the weekends and enjoy playing cards. Ashley likes doing crafts as well. She has two cats, Kat, a long haired Calico and Lucie, a short haired tabby that she adopted several years ago.
Tiffany first came to High Point in 2013 before her family was transferred to Nebraska. She earned her Veterinary Technology degree from Kirkwood Community College in 2009. She was excited to be able to return to us in May 2018 after her husband's retirement. In her spare time, Tiffany enjoys playing Roller Derby, crocheting, and spending time with her two college sons.
Kasey came to High Point Animal Hospital in 1996 as a volunteer. She was hired as a receptionist and several years later she became a veterinary assistant as well. When the new hospital was constructed in 2005, she was asked to operate the crematorium at the new facility. Kasey provides cremation services for both of our hospitals, Nature's Nursery, and occasionally even the Toledo Zoo.
Erica came to High Point in September 2007 after graduating from BGSU with a Bachelors degree in biology. She resides in Waterville with her husband, two sons, daughter, a dog, two cats and her birds. Erica enjoys reading, spending time with her family being outdoors and cheering on the Steelers and Red Wings.
Holly earned her Bachelors in Animal Science from the University of Findlay before coming to High Point in 2015. Growing up with animals inspired her to make her passion her career. She loves being able to help animals as well as educate people about their pets. Holly also enjoys training and riding horses, working with farm animals, and singing a capella. She enjoys Mexican food and watching scary movies. Her furry family includes 2 cats, Shadow Lynn and Mia Grace, a horse named Faith and Skylar Ann, a boarder Collie she rescued.
Carly came to High Point in 2016 and started off as an assistant to our groomer. She now works as an assistant to our technicians and doctors as well as being a receptionist in front.
Carly is currently attending BGSU to get her bachelors degree and hopes to continue working with pets in the future. She has two loving dogs named Buster and Snapper.
Toni is currently a student at Stautzenberger College where she will graduate in July of 2019 with her associates degree in Veterinary Technology. Toni lives in Bowling Green with her two Australian Shepherds, Tucker and Maverick and her two cats Peaches and Boo. In her free time she enjoys eating mac and cheese and hanging with her pets.
Tammy has worked for High Point periodically since 1997. As a child she was involved in 4H at the Lucas County Fair with horses and livestock. Since then she has enjoyed the company of many feline friends and now has two cats that she adores.
Joan started at High Point in January 2011. She is from the Swanton area and has a cat named Elsa. Joan enjoys spending time at the local parks and reading.
Valerie joined High Point in November 2016. She received her education at Stautzenberger College, University of Toledo and Kaplan University. Valerie has also worked at a spay/ neuter clinic for the past 5 years. She has an indoor kitty, Mister E and seven semi feral outdoor cats that she cares for as well. Valerie also enjoys reading, movies, and ghost hunting.
Janette joined High Point in 2016 as a receptionist. She and her husband reside in Maumee with their two children. Janette and her family also share their home with their four fur kids, two cats and two dogs.
Jamie was a California girl who moved to Ohio to be closer to family. She loves animals and wanted a career that revolved around them. Jamie has been grooming since 2008 and High Point has been lucky to have her skills since 2010. Jamie shares her super busy home with her husband and his young daughter and they enjoy outdoor family fun and adventures. Jamie currently has 40 chickens and ducks, 3 dogs, 4 cats, fish, and 3 leopard geckos.
At High Point Animal Hospital, Inc. we sincerely appreciate the opportunity to give your pet the best in veterinary medical care.
Our staff consists of highly trained professionals and paraprofessionals whose goal is to give your pet the best medical care available. Our staff feels that the health care your pet receives throughout its lifetime can minimize and prevent disease as it ages. Proper care includes regular check ups, vaccinations, parasite control, dental examinations, exercise and a diet that meets your pet's changing nutritional needs.
Pets can have a wide variety of behavioral issues, from simple housetraining problems to severe anxiety and aggression issues. We are well qualified and experienced in diagnosing and addressing behavior problems with an approach that combines skills from veterinary clinical medicine, behavioral medicine, and pet training. Our goals are to help pets and their owners live together comfortably and safely, and to help restore the bond between pets and their families.
Although it is never a desirable diagnosis, cancer can be a highly treatable disease through medicine, surgery or both. Some cases may require a visit to an oncologist at one of the referral hospitals and we have experience in the follow up care required after you and your pet return home.
Dental hygiene is an important part of your pet's health, because dental disease can be associated with other serious health problems such as heart disease and kidney disease. But how do you know if your pet has a healthy mouth? Let us examine your pet’s teeth and gums to help determine if there are any dental issues you should know about. After a brief visual examination, we may recommend a more detailed examination (which requires sedation), a dental cleaning, or options for at-home dental care.