Dr. Ross wanted to be a veterinarian since she was a little girl. After receiving her master’s degree, she was even more excited to become a veterinarian because it combined her love of science with her love of helping animals. Dr. Ross has always had a passion for emergency and critical care veterinary medicine. She enjoys the fast-paced environment of emergency work and appreciates the challenge of caring for critically ill patients who don’t have a voice to tell you what they are feeling. She loves solving the puzzle of why a pet is ill and making a positive impact on sick or injured animals. She appreciates the opportunity to work with colleagues to treat seriously ill pets and their very concerned owners.

Dr. Ross shares her home with five senior cats – Keesa, Felix, Otis, Rowan and Milo (who at 12 years old is still a troublemaker) and one young cat, Biscuit, who is even more of a troublemaker. She also has two dogs: Kill, a senior Labrador retriever and Lincoln, a Golden Retriever puppy.