A native of Strongsville, Ohio (USA), Beth Arnold received her first degree from The Ohio State University in 1993 with a BA in Journalism and a specialization in advertising. During her time in advertising, she became a licensed wildlife rehabilitator and switched careers, pursuing a degree in veterinary medicine.
Her dream was realized in 2002 when she received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from her alma mater. To this day, she still participates in wildlife medicine, offering her services to the local rehabilitators and Lake Erie Nature and Science Center.
In addition to loving canine medicine, her current interests in private practice include fuzzy exotic medicine, feline medicine, dentistry, and animal behavior. Dr. Arnold is also “Fear Free” and Cat-Friendly Practice certified. She currently is the full-time veterinarian at Harts Animal Hospital in North Royalton.