Dr. Tiffany Drach DVM  has resided in Kent Ohio since graduating from The Ohio State University of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. After her first five years practicing at Banks and Beutel Veterinary Hospital in Kent, Dr. Drach took a position at Boston Heights Veterinary Hospital where she expanded her surgical and medical skills. She has worked closely with Roses Rescue for the last seven years and looks forward to continuing to provide care for their animals in need. Dr. Drach is excited to now be opening her own practice in Rootstown where she will bring a state of the art facility, high quality medicine, and compassionate care to the community.

Dr. Drach leads a busy home life with her husband Bryan, twin boys Jacob and Cameron, daughter Katlin, and youngest son Tristan. She truly enjoys being the soccer mom and spending time outdoors with her family. As a family, they have rescued several pets over the years including their two current dogs, Salsa and Bruno and their cat Tonto. Dr. Drach recognizes the importance pets play in a family and the need to help find homes for pets in need of that family.

Rootstown Veterinary Hospital

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Dr. Tiffany Drach

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Dr. Emily deCárdenas

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Dr. Emily deCárdenas DVM is a 2014 graduate of Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. deCárdenas is a Kent native who has returned to the area to practice veterinary medicine.  She worked with Dr. Drach for 5 years at Boston Heights Veterinary Hospital as an assistant. Dr. deCárdenas is eager to join Dr. Drach and the staff of Rootstown Veterinary Hospital in providing high quality, compassionate care for the animals of the community.

Dr. deCárdenas lives with her fiancé Chris. She has 1 dog Olive and 3 cats Pepé, Lucy and Frida. In her free time she enjoys baking, quilting and spending time outdoors.

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