Dr. Kristin Caudy
Dr. Caudy attended Miami University to obtain her Bachelor’s in Zoology. After graduation, she worked for Procter and Gamble. Over time, she began to feel unfulfilled and considered alternative professions. She ended up going back to veterinary school at Ohio State University to receive her DVM, eventually deciding to open her own hospital less than a mile away from her family’s house!
Surgery is a special area of interest for Dr. Caudy because it allows her to be meticulous and artistic at the same time. She also likes working with rescue groups to get neglected dogs back on the road to good health.
At home, Dr. Caudy lives with her husband and two children. They share their home with Cheez, a Golden Retriever, Luna, a German Shepherd, and Violet the cat. Her cat Poppet lives at Village Gate where she supervises the medical staff and causes general mayhem. The family also cares for chickens, an Appaloosa horse named Happy, and a donkey named Otis.
Dr. Caudy says she spends most of her free time shuttling her kids around to various activities. When time allows, she enjoys gardening, reading fiction, and traveling with her family.
Dr. Mary Clare Yerke
She attended Whittenberg University, earning a Bachelor of Science in Biology and then moved to Illinois to pursue her veterinary education. While at the University of Illinois Veterinary School she developed a special interest in surgery and ophthalmology.
After graduation, Dr. Yerke moved back to her home town and resides in Columbus.
When she is not taking care of her patients at Village Gate, Dr. Yerke enjoys spending time with her family and playing soccer. She and her husband, Greg, love long walks with their dog Mia, as well as getting to know their pet-loving neighbors at the dog park. They share their home with two cats as well – Winston and Lambeu.
Dr. Theresa Cranny
Dr. Cranny particularly enjoys diagnostic medicine as it provides endless variety and rewards.
When not working, Dr. Cranny spends her time as a founding member of the Columbus running group Team Sloth. She recovers from such efforts with her two cats, snuggled on the couch with a good book.