Dr. Stamper earned his doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in May 2002 from Auburn University and comes to us with a wide array of diagnostic and surgical skills. Aaron is the son of the practice founder; the late Dr. Raymond Stamper, and has been involved in veterinary medicine in some form or another since birth. He is PetWow’s chief surgeon.
CHERYL MYERS, DVM
Dr. Cheryl Myers earned her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in June of 1986 from The Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Myers has many years of experience and is a tremendous clinician, diagnostician, and surgeon. As the proud mother of 9 children, Dr. Myers does it all. She is a joy to work with and displays professionalism on every level. For obvious reasons, many of us affectionately call her “Super Woman.”
MIKE LINE, DVM
Dr. Line earned his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in June of 1998 from The Ohio State University and has been servicing PETWOW’s Home Veterinary Care customers ever since. Dr. Line is an excellent diagnostician and is able to explain complex problems and treatment strategies to pet owners in a way that makes sense and makes them feel comfortable with the approach he will take with their pets. We’re thrilled to be working with doctor Line and we’re happy to trust our customer’s pets to his care.
ERIN FOSTER, DVM
I am originally from Columbus, OH where I grew up. I went to Pickerington North HS and went on to get my Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from Miami U. My interest in science, public health, animals, and problem solving lead me to veterinary school. I graduated with my DVM degree from The Ohio State University, and I’m so excited to have been given the opportunity to start my veterinary career in such a great, innovative clinic in such a wonderful city.
HILARY CALLAND, DVM
Dr. Calland (Slaven) was born and raised in northern Indiana and earned her Bachelor’s degree in animal sciences and DVM degree in 2006 from Purdue University in Lafayette, Indiana (Go Boilers!). She worked at a large mixed animal practice in west central Indiana for 12 years before relocating to Northern Kentucky. She loves dogs, cats and cows and spending time in the country. The part of her job that she enjoys most is meeting folks in the community and their furry buddies. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her family and friends.
STEPHANIE ECHOLS, DVM
Dr. Echols was born and raised in Michigan and graduated from Michigan State University. In 2011, she graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts. After graduation she worked in small animal ER for 2 years prior to becoming a general practitioner. During that time she became certified in animal behavior training. Her areas of interest are surgery and animal behavior. In her free time, Dr. Echols enjoys spending time with her family, going to Kings Island, and traveling.
BRANDON FRANTZ, DVM
Dr. Frantz is originally from a small town an hour northwest of Philadelphia, PA. He earned a B.S. in Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences from Penn State before going on to complete his DVM at Michigan State University. New to the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area, Dr. Frantz is excited to explore the Queen City and its surrounding landscapes – as well as to provide the best care for the pets that call it home. In his free time he loves to travel, especially to the country’s National Parks. At home Dr. Frantz has a Weimaraner, Bernie, a Golden Retriever, Beau, and a cat, Burger (the Killer Bs).
HANNAH RICE, DVM
Dr. Rice received a BS in Molecular Genetics from The Ohio State University and then her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from University of Georgia in 2014. She enjoys client education, especially in regards to preventative medicine to help keep your 4-legged family members as healthy as possible before major problems arise. In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her family (biological and spiritual), read, and enjoy music.
Our Professional Groomers
Shonda always had pets growing up and always wanted to be a biologist or work with animals doing research, so her interest in pets has always been there. She likes seeing the pets that she works with all the time. She says, “We form a bond with certain pets that come in on a regular basis, so it is always nice to see familiar faces.”
Tiffany has always loved animals even when she was a little girl. Her whole life has been dedicated to animal welfare she has worked with many shelters. Making pets and owners happy is what she strives to do!
Ashtain has worked at PetWow since October 2013, receiving her training on site. She has two cats and one dog and has been an animal lover her entire life. Having the opportunity to care for them on a daily basis as a career is something she greatly enjoys. Ashtain’s favorite part of grooming is the satisfaction derived from witnessing how a fresh hair cut can so radically transform a pet into a picture of beauty and sheer adorableness.
Animals have always been an important part of my life, and I always knew I would have a career working with them. I had a strong focus on animal sciences through school, with plans on becoming an equine vet or trainer. Upon moving to Northern Kentucky, I discovered grooming and fell in love. It’s my passion to truly make a difference in our pet’s health and well-being, and grooming is such a fulfilling way to accomplish that. I’ve been looking after pets since 2013, and I know I’ve truly found my niche.
Hi, I’m Molly and I’m new to the area, having recently moved from Chicago. I’ve always loved animals and I got into the pet care industry 13 years ago and have been a professional pet groomer for half of that time. My husband and I live in downtown Cincinnati with our dog Tulip and are enjoying city life to the fullest!
I have worked at Petwow since 2021 where I started out bathing the dogs and cats. I have always had a love for animals, especially dogs. I currently have one dog and hope I am able to adopt more in my future. Even though I never thought I would have a job working with animals, I am so glad I came to Petwow and get to work with animals every day. The reason I love grooming is because I enjoy helping the dogs and cats look and feel their best.
I have worked with animals all my life. My mother always rescued animals of all types and I loved working with them. When I was 19, I became a dog bather and soon after went to a grooming academy to be a dog groomer. I loved it and I am constantly learning new ways to improve. Seeing happy pets and smiles on the parent’s faces is what I live for. I recently moved to Kentucky from Arizona and can’t wait to build a new community.