Dr. Mike Cohen graduated from Ross University school of Veterinary Medicine in 1992. He has been practicing veterinary medicine in Ohio for over 20 years. His interests are in surgery, internal medicine, and preventive healthcare for animals. He is expanding his knowledge in noninvasive diagnostic techniques through ultrasonography.
Dr. Cohen has served on the board of the Miami Valley Veterinary Medical Association (MVVMA) from 2001 to 2004. During this time he served as Vice President (2002) and President (2003). Dr. Cohen is a proud and active member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), the Butler/Warren County Veterinarian Association (BWCVA), and the Cincinnati Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA).
During his free time Dr. Cohen is active in his synagogue and is past president at Beth Israel Congregation in Hamilton, Ohio. He also enjoys rollerblading, bicycling, gardening, going to the gym, and playing his drums. Dr. Cohen has several four legged family members including multiple rescue cats, two Saint Bernards, and a Map Turtle.
Dr. Cohen is very supportive of community outreach. He participates in multiple adoption events and educational programs throughout the year. Check out our Event Page to see a full list of our outreach activities. Dr. Cohen is also excited to be partnered with SNIP Inc., which is a 501c(3) nonprofit cat corporation. The purpose of SNIP is to advocate for the welfare of kittens and cats.
Jim Westendorf is a Registered Veterinary Technician and has worked with animals and their owners for twenty years. He graduated from Raymond Walters at the University of Cincinnati in 1997. Jim owns several rescued animals: two dogs, eight cats, and one horse. He also loves wildlife and spending time outside.
Eleni McConnell is the practice manager. She has worked with animals and their owners for over ten years at animal shelters, retail jobs, and in the office. Eleni graduated with a Masters degree in Early Childhood Education from the College of Mount Saint Joseph. Eleni owns several rescued dogs, cats, and a turtle. In addition to being the practice manager, Eleni also started SNIP Inc., which is a 501c(3) nonprofit cat corporation. SNIP is partnered with Mike’s Mobile Vet. The purpose of SNIP is to advocate for the welfare of kittens and cats.