Our staff from left top: Our veterinary assistants Kelly Foster and Heather Mason, receptionist Bekah Botello, Dr. Campbell, veterinary assistant Alaina Pullins and receptionist Kim Lisle.
Dr. Campbell started working at his hometown veterinarian's when he was 11 years old, cleaning and doing kennel work. He worked there
through high school. Graduating in 1971, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy. After marrying Carolyn in 1974, they moved back to their home
town in 1976, and Dr.C started college at WSU in 1978.
While attending Wright State, he worked at the veterinary clinic in Huber
Heights and became a licensed Animal Health Technician in 1979. His love of animals and attraction to science and medicine resulted
in taking pre-vet courses as an undergrad. In the fall of 1980, Dr. C transferred to the Ohio State University, double majoring in
animal science and zoology/herpatology. In January 1980, Christy Lynn, Dr. C's oldest daughter was born, and he was accepted into
the Veterinary College- what a great year with many blessings! Dr. C. and Carolyn's second daughter, Amy Leigh, arrived while Dr.
C was a sophomore. He graduated The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in June 1984. The family moved to Springfield
that same year and Kelly Renee was born during his first year of practice. After two years in a partnership, Dr. C. opened Veterinary
Services of Springfield in July 1986.
Dr. Campbell stayed in the Army National Guard/Reserve and was commissioned into the US
ArmyVeterinary Corps as a 1st Lieutenant in 1985. Promoted to Captain in 1988, and after several alerts for small miliatry actions,
he was called to extended active duty in 1990 in support of Desert Storm. Dr. C commanded the 432nd Veterinary Medical Laboratory.
After a 9 month tour, he was released from active duty and back in his practice in 1991. Dr. C. retired from the U.S. Army Veterinary
Corps, as a Major, in 1995.
Dr. C. attends church at South Gate Baptist, loves off road racing, is a Team RFC chaplain and enjoys playing
blue grass (at least trying to play bluegrass) on his 5-string banjo. He has 3 daughters, 9 grandkids.
Heather has been working at VSOS office since July 2008. Heather was homeschooled all the way through high school. Heather was married
to her husband Ben in 2011 and their family consists of 1 dog (Kammi) and a cat (Sammy). Heather loves exciting activities including
riding rollercoasters and sky diving.
Heather is our office manager, but you will see her working in just about every
area of the office. Her goal is to make sure that the Dr.'s has everything they need to serve you better! A smooth running day is
her greatest accomplishment. She loves working with all the clients and their pets.
Alaina began working for VSOS in January 2013. She recently graduated for The Ohio State University with a bachelor's in Animal
Sciences. She has one cat named Oreo and spends her free time lounging outdoors, baking, or playing with her nieces and nephew.
as a veterinarian assistant, Alaina loves meeting new client, working with their pets and learning new things every day! Alaina is
currently in school to become a registered veterinary technician.
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Bailey has been working for VSOS since September 2014. She mostly works as a table side assistant in the office. Bailey graduated
from Northeastern in the spring of 2014. She has plans to attend Ohio State and become a large animal veterinarian! Bailey loves getting
experience while working at VSOS.
Bailey has always been an animal lover and was involved in both FFA and 4-H while in high school.
Bailey lives on a farm and takes care of dogs, cats, cows, pigs, horses and goats. She stays very busy between home and work! Bailey
still enjoys showing her heifers at shows all over the state. Bailey enjoys the fair, zoos and haunted houses!
Shalini started working for VSOSin April 2016. You will see Shalini mostly at the front desk when you are checking in and out. Shalini
graduated from Northwestern in 2008. Shalini starting working at VSOS in hopes for getting more experience in the veterinary field.
Shalini is originally from Fiji and moved to Ohio in 2004. Shalini has one dog named Leo and likes to spend a lot of time with him,
especially playing outside! In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, fishing and cooking.
Dr. Lori Troxell is a 2010 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and has been a small animal practitioner
since. The highlight of her career is helping families care for their dogs and cats. At a young age she had decided she wanted to
follow in her father's footsteps and become a veterinarian too as she grew up caring for many family pets-from kittens to ponies to
10 years of 4-H projects such as market hogs.
Dr T was born and raised with her 3 brothers by her parents in Muskingum County Ohio
but has lived in Clark County since 2006 with her husband, Charlie, whom she met at OSU during her undergraduate studies. Together
they live on the Troxell family farm with two young children, Oliver and Scarlett. Family pets currently include Otto, the rescue
Aussie mix, and Callie the calico cat.
In undergrad, Dr T majored in Animal Sciences and graduated in spring 2005 after just 3 years,
with a B.S. In Agriculture, cum laude. During undergrad she worked as a veterinary assistant in a specialty/referral hospital on the
weekends and in an Avian Disease Investigation Laboratory in veterinary preventative medicine as a laboratory assistant in microbiology.
Before being accepted into vet school she then started her Masters degree in Veterinary Public Health.
Dr Troxell was accepted into
veterinary school at The OSU in 2006. After vet school she married the love of her life in the fall of 2011 and had their firstborn,
Oliver, in December 2012. Their family was blessed with a little girl, Scarlett, born July 2016.
Dr T loves being a mother to
her 2 beautiful children and farm wife to Charlie. Other than spending time with her family and helping on the farm she enjoys working
out, reading, knitting and 4-wheeling. They are members of First Presbyterian Church in South Charleston and the Clark County Farm