Dr. Kara Sheerer
Dr. Kara Sheerer is originally from the Reynoldsburg, OH area. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Findlay and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from The Ohio State University. Her professional interests and expertise include ophthalmology and equine and canine sports medicine and lameness.
At home, Dr. Sheerer is the owner of a Border Collie Mix named Cosmic, a Border Collie named Lore, and a cat named Savvy. In her free time she shows agility dogs and cutting horses.
Dr. Andrea Freshwater
Dr. Andrea Freshwater hails from the village of Arlington in Northwest Ohio. Dr. Freshwater is a graduate of The College of Wooster, where she studied Biology. She received her veterinary degree from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Freshwater is certified in Veterinary Medical Acupuncture by the CuraCore Integrative Medicine & Education Center in Colorado.
Prior to joining Prices Creek Veterinary Service, Dr. Freshwater practiced in Geauga County, Ohio, the Thumb of Michigan, and Miami County, Ohio where she treated dogs, cats, horses, goats, alpacas, and llamas. Dr. Freshwater has special interests in wound care, diabetes management, stress-free visits for patients, and geriatric/palliative care.
Dr. Freshwater grew up showing and raising Percherons with a 4-H group (and has driven up through a 6 horse hitch). While she looks forward to meeting all of her future patients, she is especially excited to meet the heavy horses.
Dr. Freshwater has an Australian Cattle Dog named Figment and a cat named Mashpee. In her spare time, Dr. Freshwater enjoys indoor rock climbing, traveling, amateur astronomy, science fiction, and hunting for invertebrate fossils (although she still hopes to unearth a dinosaur someday).
Dr. Ann Impson
Dr. Impson grew up in Greenhills, Ohio, and obtained her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from The Ohio State University. Originally focused on wildlife medicine and epidemiology after working as a zookeeper at the Cincinnati Zoo, she became hooked on clinical practice and the ongoing challenge it presented of providing quality medicine to diverse patients in different settings. After graduation, she worked in a range of practice settings including a dairy externship, practice at shelter and veterinary hospitals. Her professional interests include surgery, dentistry and pain management. She is a certified veterinary acupuncturist from the Chi University, has obtained training in chiropractic at the Parker University animal chiropractic course and is pursuing study in herbal medicine. She is excited to join a practice group committed to offering complete wellness care, quality medicine and surgery and patient handling to minimize fear.
Dr. Impson and her husband and children have fostered and adopted numerous animals through the years. She currently has a small Great Pyrenees from the Pyrenees rescue, a brilliant mixed breed dog from DREAMS for pets, two very ornery but lovable tripod cats (from work of course!) and a genuinely sweetheart of a molly mule. In her free time-if there is any-she enjoys time with her family, live music of all kinds, museums that make her think and camping (especially with her dogs along for the hikes.)
Dr. Scott Judd, emeritus
Dr. Judd went on sabbatical in November 2022 after 31 years of practicing veterinary medicine. You may see him on occasion filling in at the office, but these days, he's spending well earned time catching up with family and tinkering on his farm.