DR. LAURA ARINGTON
Dr. Laura Arington is originally from southern Illinois. She attended Murray State University in Murray, KY for her undergraduate studies where she received her B.S. in Agriculture, then attended University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine for her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. Her interest in animals began as a child being raised on a small family farm. Throughout the years she has owned a variety of pets ranging from dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits, birds, snakes, frogs, and lizards as well as chickens and cows on the farm. Her husband, Brent, is a special education teacher. They enjoy working out together, outdoor activities, and traveling as well as sitting on the couch and watching a good series on Netflix. Their current furry and feathered family includes Kipper, a terrier mix, Speck, a Shih-tzu/Maltese mix, Squiggy, an orange tabby cat, Bird!, a parakeet, and they also have a fish tank. The dogs, cat, and bird were all rescues from various situations.
Dr. Arington believes in the importance of preventative medicine to keep your pets as healthy as possible. But, when they do have problems, she also enjoys internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, and has an interest in abdominal ultrasound. She also enjoys seeing a variety of different species, exotic and pocket pets are welcome! She was certified for Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy (aka animal chiropractic) in 2007. This modality can help pets with a variety of problems be more comfortable and increase their overall wellness. She thinks it is important to make personal connections with her clients and patients and likes working at an animal hospital that has a family type environment.
Dr. Arington looks forward to meeting you and your furry, feathered, and scaly family members!
Janet has been with Tennessee Avenue Animal Hospital since 2004. She has 30 years of management experience in both human practices and animal hospitals. Janet and her husband Gene have three adult children, Brian, Laura and Joe, and two grandsons, Maddox and Paxton. The Huschart family also includes three cats, Dottie, Squeaker, and Sheldon; and two dogs, Emma and Jozie. Janet loves working with clients; she feels that building relationships with the clients helps their pets. She has taken a very active role in fundraising for our "Orphan Fund," which was developed years ago to help orphaned pets in need. Janet's outside interests include gardening, scrapbooking and spending time with her family and friends.
Sue is the front desk receptionist at Tennessee Avenue Animal Hospital. She has been with the hospital for 12 years and really enjoys the clients and their pets and the bond that she has with them. Sue is married and has two grown children and one grandson, whom she adores. She has a 12-year old cat named Reese and a 10-year old mixed breed dog named Rex; both are rescues. Sue enjoys taking walks with her grandson Mikey and Rex, gardening, traveling, listening to music, pizza, and spending time with family and friends.
Maria graduated from Thomas More College in 2011 with her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology. She followed that up with an Associate degree in Veterinary Technology from University of Cincinnati in 2013. Maria began working with Tennessee Ave Animal Hospital as a Registered Veterinary Technician in 2013. Maria has a Border Collie mix named Quinn and two cats, Duchess and Keller. She has always had a passion for working with animals, but when she’s not at work her other interests include sports, movies, video games, and musicals.
Registered Veterinary Technician
Dr. JENIFER WIENEKE
Dr. Jenifer Wieneke was born and raised in Cold Spring, Kentucky. She attended Northern Kentucky University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 1997. After college, she worked as a business manager for a local Urology practice but knew that veterinary medicine was her lifelong passion. She went back to school and attended Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2006. After graduation, she returned home to work in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky as a small animal veterinarian.
Dr. Wieneke is a member of the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association, the Cincinnati Veterinary Medical Association, and American Veterinary Medical Association, where she has been a speaker at their annual national conference. Her veterinary interests include all aspects of feline practice, internal medicine and soft tissue surgery.
In her spare time, she volunteers her time for the SPCA Cincinnati’s Fur Ball and for a local basketball tournament which benefits her high school. She has a rambunctious 8 year old son, whom she tries to keep up with the help of Jeff, her husband of 19 years. She has lovable 3 dogs that she has adopted from various shelters. Her hobbies include reading, spending time with her family, shopping, and playing softball.
Veterinarian & Owner