Dr. Jeni Gaffney DVM
Dr. Jeni Gaffney DVM
United States Pony Club Graduate A
USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold Medalist.
Emergency Veterinarian for over 20 years at Cleveland Westside Animal Emergency Clinic and currently at Animal Clinic Northview.
Owner of the Visiting Vet, Inc. an equine and small animal practice located in Bath, Ohio. Visiting Vet began in a basement as a “hobby” 25 years ago and has grown to include two veterinarians and a support staff of five in a charming clinic in the heart of Bath Township.
Jeni is very active in the horse community in and around Bath. She and Visiting Vet are sponsors of the Bath Pony Club. Jeni enjoys educating the owners of all species through free community educational events in the area on animal health and care. Jeni looks forward to spending time with her patients, clients and wonderful staff every day.
Jeni and her staff regularly attend Veterinary conferences to keep up on current technology, techniques and trends.
Jeni lives in Bath with her husband Sean, several dogs, cats, chickens and of course horses. Their son Colin, a fellow Pony Club A graduate, attends the University of Kentucky,
Dr. Sara Hopper DVM
Dr. Sara Hopper. Is the newest member to the Visiting Vet family
Dr. Hopper was born in Grapevine, TX, and grew up in the Barberton, OH, area.
Like Dr. Gaffney, she attained her Undergraduate and Veterinary degrees from Ohio State University.
Dr. Hopper has been practicing for the last year and a half at a mixed practice in Ohio. She has a Miniature Aussie named Ollie, a Cat named Cruze, and a Leopard Gecko named Frankie 🦎.
Her hobbies include wakeboarding/surfing, snowboarding and horseback riding.
Dr. Hopper’s favorite parts of her job are Surgery and Ophthalmology.
We are very excited to have an additional vet, and we know you will just love her when you meet her!
Beth Gamin was born in Cleveland, and raised in Richfield, OH.
Beth is the Visiting Vet’s longest employed member and has worked for Dr. Jeni for over 17 years!
Beth loves her job and particularly enjoys seeing people she knows and catching up on how their pets are doing…and of course new puppies and kittens.
Her pets include her dog Charlie (shown here), her dog Duncan, 2 cats Finn and Ricky and a fish😉.
Beth’s hobbies include refinishing old furniture, walking and hiking with her dogs, and taking in/ rehabilitating wayward animals.
Barb Tuskas has many years of experience and has worked in a vet office for over 35 years.
Barb was born and raised in Connecticut. She and her husband Tim have 3 boxers, 2 cats, and 2 horses on their beautiful hobby farm in Medina County.
When not in the office, Barb enjoys riding and showing her horses in Dressage; breeding and showing her boxers in the conformation ring, cycling, and hiking with her dogs.
Barb is shown above hugging her gorgeous showgirl Gabby. Gabby recently completed her AKC Conformation GRAND Championship (not an easy feat in boxers)!
Barb’s boxers are also certified Therapy dogs and make much appreciated visits to area nursing homes.
Barb’s favorite part of her job is welcoming new puppies and kittens (and their owners) into the practice.
Barb works the morning to early afternoon shifts at the Visiting Vet, and is almost always the first happy and helpful voice you will hear when you call.
Debby Davis was born and raised in the Cleveland and Medina areas of Ohio.
Debby has worked for a vet for 28 years and was a welcome addition to the team at The Visiting Vet in April of 2018.
Debby is our Registered Vet Technician and has a two year degree in Vet Technology, with an Associates Degree in Applied Science in Veterinary Technology.
Debby enjoys surgery, performing dental cleanings, and welcoming new puppies and kittens into the practice.
Debby has a German Shepard – Rocko, 2 chihuahuas – Ruby and Chickpea, and her cats Toby, Bubba, Schnooghi and everybody’s favorite…Phil. Phil is also our part time clinic cat.
Her hobbies include dog training, hiking, and marksmanship.
Hope Weisburn joined Visiting Vet in September of 2018 after she sent her second daughter off to college and became an empty nester.
Hope works part time at the clinic helping wherever she can. She is responsible for social media, marketing, website updates, and marketing any clinic promotions.
Hope is a member of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America, a Board Member on the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of the Western Reserve, and past President and Show Manager for the Classical Attraction Dressage Association. Currently, she continues to be active with the Revere Council of PTAs.
Hope has a BS in Industrial design from the University of Cincinnati and is a practicing freelance product designer and artist.
When not working, Hope breeds and shows Champion Pembroke Welsh Corgis in Conformation, does Therapy Dog work with her Corgis and Rottweiler, and sells eggs from Hope’s Happy Hen’s in Bath.
Her favorite part of her job is greeting everyone at the front counter, working in such a positive environment with hard working and caring staff, and spending quality time with our hospitalized patients.
Hope and her husband John reside in Bath and have two daughters attending Colgate University and the College for Creative Studies in Detroit.