Dr. Nicholson is from Muncie, Indiana. She has a bachelor’s degree from Ball State University and her D.V.M. from Ohio State University. She was in a small animal and horse practice in Muncie for about one and a half years before opening up her practice here in Lancaster. She is a member of OVMA, AVMA, Feline Practitioners and the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce. She is an avid hiker and has a love of nature.
Sheila has spent 20 years of her 35-year-career of assisting veterinarians at the Fair Ave Veterinary Clinic. Although partially retired, "She" looks forward to Tuesdays and Thursdays, working with her clinic family. Her pet family includes dogs, cats, horses and birds. Her favorite thing is hanging out with family and friends (two and four legged), laughing and singing around a campfire at her Hocking County home in the hills.
Betsie has been a part of the Fair Avenue Vet Clinic staff for over 19 years. She earned her vet tech degree from Columbus State Community College in 2000. Outside of the clinic, she stays busy with her six kids and wide variety of pets.
Growing up, Rachel has always had a love of animals. She has had many different species of animals including dogs, cats, hamsters, guinea pigs, fish and even a mouse. She has been with the Fair Avenue Veterinary Clinic for two years. Along with working at the clinic, she has volunteered at the Pickaway County Dog Shelter and is currently in the veterinary technology program at Columbus State Community College.
Diana comes from a line of animal lovers. Her father was known as the Perry County Horse Whisperer. Her mother was the founding director and owner of Whinny Horse Rescue, of which Diana was an active board member. She volunteered for the Morgan County Humane Society until moving to Fairfield County, where she cares for her 5 German Shepherds, a cat and two horses.
Kristina is a married mother of two. She has an associate's degree from Ohio University. She has been with the Fair Avenue Vet Clinic since June of 2013. Kristina runs her own cat rescue from her residence. She loves animals of all kinds. She loves the outdoors. Kristina makes her own handcrafted goat milk lotions and soaps. She has also volunteered regularly in the community, coached her children’s athletic teams, contributes to charities and recycles regularly.