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Raymond M. Fournier, DVM
Dr. Ray Fournier (For-nee-ay) was born and raised in Steubenville, OH and earned his B.S. in Animal Science in 1970 and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1974 from The Ohio State University. He was commissioned in the Regular Army Veterinary Corps upon graduation and served seven years on active duty; 3 years as Commander of the 168th Medical detachment stationed in Berlin, Germany. In 1980, he became co-owner of the Miamisburg Animal Hospital, Inc., where he practiced Equine and Companion Animal Medicine and Surgery through 1995. In January 1996, he moved his practice to Paws Inn Animal Hospital, LLC in south Dayton, OH. He has dedicated his life to the practice of quality Veterinary Medicine and service to his country and community.
His Bio includes:
Montgomery County Combined Health Board member 1988-2004, President 1997-1998
Montgomery County Humane Services Levy Council - 1998
Montgomery County Animal Advisory Board - 1984-1988
Ohio Veterinary Medical Licensing Board - 1996-2001, President 2000
American Veterinary Medical Association - 1974-present
Ohio Veterinary Medical Association - 1980-present
Miami Valley Veterinary Medical Association - 1980-present, President 1988
Dr. Lisa Mendenhall
Dr. Lisa Mendenhall was raised in Eugene, OR. She acquired a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. After volunteering for a Veterinary Clinic she realized her passion for animal care and medicine. She graduated from Texas A&M University (WHOOP!) School of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. Dr. Mendenhall ‘s veterinary interests are in surgery, orthopedics, and quality of life care. She currently resides in Dayton with her retired USAF husband, Mike, her daughter, Evelyn (Eevee), and her four dogs, Kuma, Sable, Penny Pie and Xena.
Dr. Christina Armour
Dr. Christina Armour was raised in Baton Rouge, LA. From a young age, she always knew she wanted to be an animal doctor. She acquired her Bachelor’s of Science in Animal Science/ Pre-Veterinary Medicine and her Masters in Biology from Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, LA. She graduated from Texas A&M University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. Dr. Armour’s veterinary interests are in client education, surgery, and exotic medicine (small mammals and reptiles). She currently resides in Kettering with her husband (Doug) and her menagerie of two dogs (Finn and Max), a cat (Cricket), a tortoise (Walter), and two snakes (Toby and Dodo).
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