Dr. Bob McClung grew up in Seneca County. He completed his veterinary studies at The Ohio State University in 1976. He returned to Tiffin and began practicing with his father in a mixed animal practice. He continues to enjoy the challenges of a mixed animal practice and in the past few years has seen this expand to an area covering 6-7 counties. He has been in his current location since 2003. Since then he has overseen the acquisition of AAHA accreditation along with multiple advances in new technology to bring to his clients and their pets the latest in veterinary technology. He enjoys orthopedic surgery along with the challenges of tumor removal. He is also skilled with cosmetic ear crops and utilizes the surgical laser for these procedures.
Dr. Bob is closely involved with the technology of immunotherapy. He is currently doing research for Ramaekers Nutrition who is a leader in the developing of products for virtually all species. The addition of these products has allowed him to have increased success in the treatments for cancer, viruses, bacteria to name a few.
He is a member of the OVMA, AAEP, AABP and is a past officer for NCOVA, He served as a delegate for 6 years to the OVMA Board. He is a member of Rotary International and serves the youth of Seneca County as Fair Veterinarian since 1976. He shares his life with his wife Jan of 40+ years. They have 3 sons, and 5 grandchildren whom they enjoy very much. They also have 3 dogs, 9 cats, and numerous sheep and cattle to keep them busy.
Dr. Sabrina Featheringill
Dr. Sabrina Featheringill is a Willard native. She graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015 and has been with us since graduation. She spends time both in the office and on the road caring for large animal clients. She especially enjoys beef cattle and small ruminant medicine and interacting with her small and large animal clients. She is
a member of AVMA, OVMA, and AABP. She regularly attends veterinary conferences in order to stay up to date with the latest in both large and small animal medicine. She and Dr. Charles live in rural Tiffin with their 2 dogs (Fudge and Lucy), 3 cats (Willie, Waylon, and Merle), and herd of Boer goats. In her spare time, she enjoys playing volleyball and is actively involved in the Buckeye Satin Raisers, a statewide organization of people that raise and show Satin and Mini Satin rabbits, where she serves as newsletter editor, sweepstakes keeper, and a member of the board of directors.
Dr. Charles (Chuck) Robison is a 2017 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He is originally
from Dresden, OH. He enjoys seeing both small and large animal patients. He has a special interest in small animal surgery and small ruminant reproduction. He is a member of AVMA, OVMA, and AASRP. He and Dr. Sabrina live in rural Tiffin with their 2 dogs, 3 cats and herd of Boer goats. He enjoys the challenges of raising livestock and breeding high quality Boer wethers to be shown. He also plays volleyball in his spare time.
Dr. Emily Hermiller is a Tiffin native. She graduated from the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. She has been with us since 2014 as a small animal veterinarian. She especially enjoys helping patients suffering from difficult medicine cases, such as liver or kidney disease, diabetes mellitus, and pancreatitis. She and her husband live in Findlay with their 3 sons. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her family, Crossfit, reading, and watching football.