Dr. Zeke Zekoff
Dr. Zekoff has lived in the Cincinnati area since his graduation from the Auburn University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1983. He founded Towne Square Animal Clinic in 1986 and his past honors have included President of the Cincinnati Veterinary Medical Association, President of the Ohio Animal Health Foundation, and Co-Winner of the 2010 Ohio Veterinary Medical Association Distinguished Service Award.
He and his wife, Barbara, have 3 children, Alex, Austin and Ashley, as well as 2 grandchildren, Zoey and Zeke. Their Cava-Poo, Hunter, keeps them busy at home but also spends a large amount of time greeting clients at the clinic. In working with animal shelters and rescues over the past 34+ years, Dr. Zekoff has noticed a need for a tighter and more efficient community among these organizations that serve the Tri-state area.
Dr. Zekoff founded the United Pet Fund (UPF) in 2010 to distribute resources and essential pet supplies to its members that are collected through corporate philanthropy. If you’d like more information regarding Dr. Zekoff’s nonprofit, UPF, click here to visit their website.
Dr. Chris Daniels
Dr. Daniels loves working with his clients to keep pets healthy and happy. He approaches pet care with an emphasis on engaging clients to take a team approach to care for their pets. In addition to household pets, he has experience working with avian and poultry medicine and enjoys helping people with their backyard flocks.
Dr. Daniels enjoys being outdoors and spending time with his wife and two daughters. Together, they enjoy hiking and camping—his daughters especially enjoy collecting hiking sticks and rocks. Dr. Daniels enjoys cooking for his friends and family. He spends much of his free time experimenting in the kitchen. He also enjoys gardening and maintains flower, herb, and vegetable gardens.
Christine graduated from Washington University with a degree in Psychology. She then went on to obtain her master’s degree in Education from Xavier University in Agency and Community Counseling. After working for eight years in Children’s services, she decided to make a career change into veterinary medicine. She has worked for Towne Square Animal Clinic since 2005. Christine has three children, Ella, Audrey & Cecelia. She also has a wonderful little dachshund named Opie. She enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends as well as working on home improvement projects!
Sara graduated from the Ohio State University in 2016 with a degree in Zoology and a minor in Neuroscience. After interning at the Cincinnati Zoo for 3 months, Sara started working full time at TSAC in February 2017. She fell in love with the medical side of helping animals and the science behind it. Sara loves getting to know each pet individually and helping them to get and stay healthy. She also loves getting to come to work with friends every day. In her spare time, she likes to play indoor, co-ed soccer and watch a little too much Netflix. She has two cats, Stella and Doogie.
Whitney has a BS in Biology from Ashland University and a BA in Zoology from Miami University. She started working for Towne Square Animal Clinic in 2009. She has a boxer named Sir Bogus Gibson. She enjoys hiking, fishing, reading, and spending time with her family and husband, Brent.
After graduating from the University of Dayton with an Intervention Specialist teaching degree, Melissa spent 3 years educating children and decided to pursue a career involving her love of animals. She joined our team in August 2018. Melissa loves her fun and caring coworkers, working with dogs and cats, as well as interacting with the best clientele! Melissa also enjoys running the TSAC Instagram and Facebook pages. Be sure to follow @townesquareanimalclinic on both! When she isn’t working, Melissa spends time with her family and friends. Melissa and her husband, Jake, have a 5-year-old snorty and squishy bulldog, Chunk. They also love to catch a movie and explore new restaurants, as well as be couch potatoes with lots of Netflix, Disney+, and Hulu… ☺
Bethany graduated from University of Cincinnati in 2013 with a B.S. in Biology, with a concentration in Animal Behavior. Before joining TSAC in December 2020, she had ping ponged across the state, working with aquatics in aquariums and fish farms, while working with dogs and cats on the side at various kennels/daycares. Bethany loves spending time with her corgis, Korra and Leeloo, and cats, Obi and BMO, and adventuring about with her fiancé, Ken. When she isn’t doing something with animals, you may find Bethany in the air! She teaches aerial silks and flexibility, and performs in the Cincinnati area.
Danielle graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelors’s of Animal Science in 2021. She moved to Cincinnati and started working for TSAC immediately following graduation. She grew up on a farm with beef cattle and horses and has always had a love for animals. In her free time, she enjoys being outside with her dog, Arlo, playing board games, and spending time with family and friends.
Alice recently graduated from the Ohio State University in 2019 with a degree in Biology. Alice has been working for TSAC since about 2016. She hopes to become a licensed Veterinarian one day! In her spare time, Alice loves to spend time with her family and friends. She has a Labrador mix named Mallory. Alice also loves to dog/cat sit! Let her know if you are ever interested in her services.