The Blanchard Valley Veterinary Clinic has been in business since 1946 starting at 1930 North Main Street. We are currently located in our new building at 1611 North Main Street in Findlay, Ohio.
Dr. Tony Fuller
Dr. Fuller grew up in central Alabama and Kenya, Africa. He attended Asbury College in Kentucky for his BA in Biology and Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine for his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
He lives in Findlay with his wife Joanne, they have three children - Joran, Alaya and Kale, dogs - Duma and Lansbury, cats - Empus and Minus.
Dr. Fuller enjoys fishing, boating, disc golf, gastronomy, reading and watching movies.
Dr. Tyler Fields
Originally from Marion, OH where he was active in the performing arts (Marching Band, Jazz Band, Choir, Show choir, etc...) His interest in veterinary medicine stemmed from raising rabbits and poultry as 4-H projects.
Attended University of Findlay for his undergraduate degree and was an R.A. and played the Euphonium and French Horn in the band. Graduated from The Ohio State University for Veterinary School. Served at the Oxbow Animal Health student representative.
When not working he enjoys playing music, hiking, relaxing with his cat Bean and is very much a "Foodie" who is looking for new places to try.
Dr. Field's professional interests involve Ophthalmology and Cardiology.
Dr. Kara Schmidt
Dr. Schmidt is originally from Waterville, OH and is a graduate of the University of Findlay. After being in Columbus attending veterinary school at The Ohio State University, she is happy to be returning to Northwest Ohio to join the BVVC team.
Dr. Schmidt enjoys reading, kayaking, fishing, visiting her family, and traveling to Northern Michigan whenever possible. She lives in Findlay and has dog, Sophie , and a Beta fish, Gunther.
Her professional interests include canine and feline cardiology, soft tissue surgery, and minimally invasive procedures such as laparoscopic surgery and endoscopy.
Dr. Chelsea Naylor
Dr. Naylor is originally from Upstate New York and found her way to Ohio as a result of her veterinary journey. She centered her veterinary schooling around small animal emergency and general practice during school, but then ended up taking a year long specialty internship in farm animal medicine and surgery at The Ohio State University after she graduated!
Her veterinary interests include emergency and critical care, ultrasonography, internal medicine, radiology, and farm animal medicine and surgery. She has two cats, Gretzky and Callie, and her hobbies include kayaking, hiking, cooking, and rooting on the New York Rangers and The Ohio State Buckeyes… GO BUCKS!