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. Julie Dwertman