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Dr. Renner

Making vet visits fun with experienced and compassionate care.

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Your Visiting Veterinarian was born out of my own experience with vet trips for my cat (named Squish). The car ride, the noises and smells of the clinic, and seeing other dogs and cats caused her so much fear, anxiety, and stress that even with anti-anxiety medication on board, she had to be completely sedated to get a vaccination. When I started taking her vaccines home from the clinic to administer them myself within the comfort of her home, it was an eye-opening experience. No stress or sedation for her and no stress for me. I knew many other pets could benefit from home visits.

Why We're Different
  • Positive reinforcement
  • Kind and gentle handling
  • Thorough and compassionate
  • Convenient and stress free
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My story

Dr. Renner with her yellow lab mix named Vinny.

My passion for animals and veterinary medicine started as a young child. My mom tells me that at the age of three I wanted to be a doctor for animals and I never changed my mind. When I was in the seventh grade, I shadowed a veterinarian for the first time.

That initial shadowing experience led to thousands of hours of experience learning about companion and exotic animal medicine over the next several years. As an undergraduate student, I worked at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in an oncology research laboratory. After a couple of years there assisting in research projects, I was given my own research project studying tumor suppressor gene expression in canine osteosarcoma which is a type of bone cancer. I presented this research at two forums, receiving first place at one of them. My manuscript was submitted for publication in the Journal of Veterinary Pathology.

I was accepted into The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2016. Before starting Your Visiting Veterinarian, I worked at a private practice seeing countless species of animals including dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, sugar gliders, ferrets, mice, gerbils, and many birds, reptiles, and amphibians.

Fun Fact about Dr. Renner

Some of my most memorable experiences were performing a tooth grind on a pufferfish, spaying a chameleon in follicular stasis, spaying a pet skunk, and performing foreign body surgeries on a bearded dragon and a turtle.

Accomplishments & Accolades

The Ohio State University, Animal Science | Honors with Research Distinction
The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine | Bayer Excellence in Communication Award
Level 2 Fear-Free Certification
USDA APHIS Category II Accredited Veterinarian

How it works

1

Schedule an Appointment

Fill out the contact us form or give us a call to schedule an appointment.
2

Fill Out New Client and Patient Forms

To help us prepare for your visit, fill out and submit the new client form and new patient form (one for each pet).
3

Vet Visit Day

Dr. Renner and her technician will arrive at your home wearing masks and gloves, take a detailed history, and spend time loving on your pet to get to know them and make them feel that a friend has come to visit.
4

Examination

Dr. Renner will complete a thorough physical examination, explain any findings, and advise on your pet's needs. We always give an estimate of the cost so that there are no surprises. With your approval, your pet will receive any needed vaccinations, testing, or treatment.
5

Payment

In order to carry the best products and diagnostic tests your pet needs to stay healthy, we request all services be paid in full at the time of our visit. We accept all major credit cards, check, cash, and many contactless payment options including Apple Pay and Google Pay.
6

Receive Digital Documents

At the end of your appointment, Dr. Renner will email you a detailed summary of your pet's visit, including the physical examination findings, recommendations, and vaccinations.
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A Little Note About Treats

We love to give treats! If your pet has special dietary restrictions, please have your treats available for us to give. This will help your pet stay relaxed and enjoy any uncomfortable parts of the visit – like vaccines and blood draws.  Please also let us know if there are any treats, such as peanut butter, that we should not bring into your home. If anyone in your home has a peanut allergy, we will be a peanut-butter-free clinic that day.

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We'll Travel to You

We service the following cities and their surrounding areas. Please contact us if you have any questions about our service area.

  • Delaware
  • Dublin
  • Galena
  • Hilliard
  • Lewis Center
  • Marysville
  • New Albany
  • Plain City
  • Powell
  • Sunbury
  • Upper Arlington
  • Westerville
  • Worthington