Huntsman joins Highland Co. Veterinary Hospital


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DVM Tricyn Huntsman is pictured at the Milwaukee Zoo feeding a giraffe after examining one for a leg injury.

DVM Tricyn Huntsman is pictured at the Milwaukee Zoo feeding a giraffe after examining one for a leg injury.


The Highland County Veterinary Hospital would like to welcome Dr. Tricyn Huntsman to the practice.

Huntsman grew up in the small town of Richville, Ohio, on a very unique farm. Throughout her entire life, her parents rescued and rehabilitated a variety of animals – native and exotic, large and small. This fueled and engraved her passion for animals, which inspired her to become a veterinarian.

Huntsman attended Canton Central Catholic High school, graduated from Lake Erie College with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in biology, and acquired her DVM from Ross University after performing her clinical year at the University of Wisconsin.

In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, playing and coaching volleyball, and spending time with family – two- and four-legged. She also enjoys working with her future husband on their farm in Ripley.

Dr. Huntsman can’t wait to see the adventures Southern Ohio has in store, and looks forward to serving you and the community.

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DVM Tricyn Huntsman is pictured at the Milwaukee Zoo feeding a giraffe after examining one for a leg injury.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/06/web1_Vet-pic.jpgDVM Tricyn Huntsman is pictured at the Milwaukee Zoo feeding a giraffe after examining one for a leg injury.

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