Dr. Beth Weisberger BS, MS, DVM
Years in Practice: 29
Dr. Nicole Tebbe
AAS, BS, DVM
Years in Practice: 2
Dr. Linda Adkins
Years in Practice: 19
Dr. Julia Huber
Years in Practice: 10
Dr. Weisberger became a partner in Dayton Animal Hospital in 1995 after working with Dr. Smith and Dr. Fergus. She is a member of the Humane Society Veterinary Advisory Board, Miami Valley Veterinary Medical Association, OVMA and the AVMA.
When Dr. Weisberger is not at one of the clinics she enjoys hiking, bicycling and competing in three day eventing with her horses. She has five rescue dogs, seven rescue cats, three horses and a rescue donkey.
After working as a registered veterinary technician (RVT), Dr. Tebbe returned to Ohio State University with the goal of becoming a veterinarian. Her interests include preventative care, behavior, dentistry, and surgery. She is extremely excited to be a part of a busy practice with such knowledgeable and experienced doctors and staff!
Dr. Tebbe shares the small farm that she grew up on with her husband of almost 20 years, two Jack Russell terriers, a large goofy Great Pyrenees, two retired thoroughbreds, and six cats. She enjoys reading novels and continuing to learn new things in her chosen profession on a daily basis.
Dr. Adkins grew up in Huber Heights and graduated from Wayne High School in 1989. She has a bachelors degree in Animal Science from the Ohio State University. Dr. Adkins graduated from Veterinary School from the Ohio State University in 2000. She practiced here from 2001-2010 with Dr. Weisberger and Dr. Fergus. She moved to Youngstown and after moving back has been here since 2016. In addition to treating cats and dogs, she also enjoys treating reptiles and pocket pets. Dr. Adkins has two teenage daughters and they have a full house with five rescue dogs, four rescue cats, a bearded dragon, chinchilla, turtle and fish. Besides taking cares of her family, she enjoys painting, crafting, outdoor activities and rock concerts.
Dr. Huber has been working with all sorts of animals since she was eleven years old when she started her love affair with horses. She has been a breeder, trainer, show woman and best friend to her four American Saddlebreds. She shares her home with four unruly Shih Tzus and one arrogant cat. Dr. Huber is also a graduate of Ross Veterinary School.