Dr. Dave Kraushar was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. As a child he can never remember a time that his family did not have a loyal German Shepherd or kennel full of Beagles which his father bred and competed with in field trials. His interest in horses began with the family run summer day camp that provided horseback riding as one of the many activities for campers. Being inspired by his older brother who is also a veterinarian, Dr. Kraushar pursued veterinary medicine as a career, and graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary medicine in 1991. Upon graduation he practiced in a rural veterinary clinic in Liberty, Indiana where he provided veterinary care to livestock, horses and companion animals. This experience gave Dr. Kraushar a very broad view of veterinary medicine and has influenced the way he practices today. In 1994, he began working for Agri-Pet and in 1996, Dr. Kraushar purchased the practice and owned it until January 2019. For the last 25 years he has provided veterinary care to family pets and equine patients for the residents of Butler County. When not working at Agri-Pet, Dr. Kraushar enjoys life in the great outdoors especially hunting and fishing, as well as spending time with his wife Amy, and his three children who are very busy with acting, singing, band and athletics.
Dr. Ann (Sackenheim) Everett is an Oxford native. She graduated from Talawanda High School as valedictorian in 1999. She was active in National Honor Society, FFA and was a member of the Ross Rocking “R” 4-H club. She grew up with a variety of animal including horses, dogs, cats, sheep, goats, and rabbits and knew from an early age that she wanted to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. Ann attended The Ohio State University and graduated summa cum laude from the College of Agriculture, then went on to complete her education at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine before moving back to her hometown to begin working at Agri-Pet in 2006. She purchased the practice from Dr. Kraushar in 2019 and is excited to continue our longstanding tradition of quality patient care. She enjoys the unique experiences and challenges that mixed animal practice provides as she moves from the office with small animal patients to the farm for equine patients. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her husband Marcus, their two young boys and her dog.
Dr. Jana Teets spent her childhood in rural Indiana. Most of the time, she could be found in the woods behind her house or on the basketball court. She attended Bowling Green State University for undergraduate study. She majored in Biology and Chemistry. Following this, she completed her doctorate in veterinary medicine at The Ohio State University. The majority of her career has been spent at Agri-Pet. The practice is located in an environment that is similar to the area in which she grew up. Her emphasis is primarily on small animal medicine and surgery. When not in the exam or surgery room she is involved with her home and family. She especially enjoys any time spent outdoors working or playing. Hiking with her daughter and their deaf boxer, Sampson, and whitewater rafting with her son are recent favorites.