MEET OUR DOCTORS
Dr Brad Luckenbill
Dr. Luckenbill's father was an Air Force Pilot providing the opportunity to visit and experience many different states until the last transfer to Ohio in 1974 where he finished high school in Beavercreek.
Dr Kathleen Lennon
Dr. Lennon grew up in Amston, Connecticut where she began her involvement in the quarter horse industry. She then attended Purdue University for both her undergraduate work and veterinary school.
Dr. Lennon showed quarter horses in AQHA Hunter Under Saddle to multiple All American Quarter Horse Congress Top 5 & Top 10 placings, an NSBA Reserve World Champion, and an AQHA honor roll placing.
Dr. Lennon has had the opportunity to extern and work under many top veterinarians around the country including Rood & Riddle, AVS Equine, Woodland Run, Hassinger Equine Sports Medicine, and Equine Medical Associates.
Dr Amber Bliss
Dr. Bliss is originally from western Pennsylvania where she grew up on a small farm and developed her love for animals.
After graduating from Kent State University she attended the University of Missouri where she obtained her degree in Veterinary Medicine in 2013. She spent some time in south Texas before relocating to Ohio and joining the Pony Express in September 2017.
Dr. Bliss shares interests in both small animal medicine and surgery and is very passionate about preventative medicine.
Outside of veterinary medicine Dr. Bliss likes to stay active, enjoys reading and spending time with her husband and their four-legged furry children.
Dr Patricia Haines
Dr Haines is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and College of Agriculture. She has practiced veterinary medicine in this area since graduation, and she joined The Pony Express Veterinary Hospital team in the winter of 2019.
Dr Haines is the past president of the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA) and has also served on the Board of Directors of The American Kennel Club (AKC).
Dr Haines and her husband, Thad, operate a livestock and grain farm and they actively breed and exhibit Pointers.