Beverly Anderholm, DVM
Dr. Anderholm earned her Bachelor's degree and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine both from The Ohio State University, graduating in 1987. After graduation she spent 11 years in an equine practice in central Pennsylvania before returning home to Ohio. While taking a special interest and dedicating much of her practice time to equine dentistry, she continues to have an interest in all aspects of equine medicine. Dr. Anderholm lives in Medina, Ohio with her husband, three children, four horses, two dogs, and two cats.
Konnie Wendt, DVM, DACT
Dr. Wendt earned her Bachelor’s degree in 1990 and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1995 both from Colorado State University. After completing veterinary school, she spent 6 years in private, mixed animal practice before returning to academia to specialize in reproduction.
She attended Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and completed a residency program in reproduction in 2003. She was board certified in veterinary reproduction in 2003. (See our links page and the American College of Theriogenologists for more information).
Since then, Dr. Wendt has specialized in reproduction in clinical practice and has also enjoyed teaching. She was a program director for a Veterinary Technology Program and continues to teach Equine Reproduction at a local college.
Dr. Wendt has a Hanoverian mare, a Connemara Pony, two Bernese Mountain Dogs, and a kitty. She enjoys spending time with her husband, horseback riding, bicycling, and exploring the great outdoors of Ohio.