Humane Society hires its first shelter veterinarian

HEATH — Dr. Tiffany Lane has been named the Licking County Humane Society’s first full-time veterinarian on workers on the shelter in its 54-year historical past.

Lane brings 25 years of veterinary expertise to supervise medical care offered to greater than 3,000 animals yearly on the shelter, 825 Thornville Drive in Heath.

She acquired her doctorate of veterinary drugs from Ohio State College. She has earlier expertise in excessive quantity spay and neuter clinics and most lately labored at Masterson’s Veterinary Clinic.

Lane’s position will assist scale back animal homelessness and neglect in the neighborhood by low-cost vaccine clinics and spay/neuter clinics supplied on the shelter, whereas offering remedy for homeless animals within the shelter’s care. For details about adopting pets or supporting LCHS, go to

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Carlson appointed to canine breeding advisory board

HEATH — Lori Ringhiser-Carlson, government director of the Licking County Humane Society, acquired an appointment to the Ohio Business Canine Breeding Advisory Board by Gov. Mike DeWine.

She was chosen to symbolize humane society pursuits and considerations on the statewide board for a time period that started Aug. 26 and ends March 12, 2023. The board was created to advise the Ohio Director of Agriculture on the event of administrative guidelines governing excessive quantity canine breeders and canine retailers.

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