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Dr. Beth Jamison
Education: Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph
Dr. Beth Jamison, in addition to her four year veterinary degree from the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph, has a doctoral degree in clinical pathology. This greatly enhances the hospital’s ability to diagnose and manage unusual and difficult cases. In addition, Dr. Beth routinely performs diagnostic ultrasound and cytology, the latter often on a referral basis from other veterinarians.
Both doctors’ additional years of advanced training have created the foundation for a commitment to excellence in veterinary care. On a personal note, the Jamisons are breeders of warm blood horses and Scottish Deerhounds. Along with their three children, they are frequent windsurfers and downhill skiers.
Dr. Jeff Jamison
Dr. Jeff Jamison completed a two year residency at the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph after obtaining his DVM degree from Cornell University. He remained on staff where he managed cases referred by other veterinarians, taught veterinary students, and performed research. Dr. Jeff also completed the rigorous examination process to become certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners.
Dr. Karin Boyd
Education: The Ohio State University
Dr. Karin Boyd, an alumnus of The Ohio State University, joined Livonia Veterinary Hospital in 1992, after practicing for several years in Binghamton, N.Y. She has extensive experience in small animal medicine and oral surgery, as well as an ongoing interest in obedience training and animal behavior.
In addition to her horse, multiple cats and Golden Retrievers, Dr. Karin breeds Long Haired Dachshunds. She actively competes in agility and field trials, and her Dachshund “Razzle” was featured on the cover of international agility magazine Clean Run in 2008! Besides being “mom” to her animals, she is also mom to a son. When not parenting kids and pets, she can be found outdoors in her extensive perennial gardens.