|Drs. Marya and Josh Teders
Marya grew up in Hilliard and attended Hilliard Darby High School. She completed her undergraduate coursework at Ohio State with a heavy focus in veterinary medicine and animal health. During college, Marya worked for the OSU primate research center where her interest in companion animal care as well as exotic animal husbandry grew into a passion. She attended The Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine. She lives in Upper Arlington with her husband, Josh, son Henry, dogs, Lily and Betsy, and 3 cats, Mr. Lloyd-Pickles, Dreyfus and Ernie. Marya has an enthusiasm for internal medicine in dogs and cats, but also for exotic and “pocket” pets.
Josh is also a veterinarian that will be here often. He has a special interest in orthopedic surgery as well as complex soft tissue surgery and ultrasound. They love to work together and want to achieve the highest level of patient care possible.
Lily is Marya and Josh’s dog and comes to the clinic daily. She was adopted as a rescue when she was a puppy. She is always happy to see everyone and give them a kiss.
Betsy is also Marya and Josh’s dog. She is a very sweet and timid little girl who was rescued in 2012.
Ernie was rescued as a 3 week old kitten earlier this summer. He was left with his litter mate at a rest stop inside a paper bag. He is still young and loves to get into everything but the thing he loves most is his big brother Lloyd Pickle.
Dreyfus was surrendered by a good samaritan after being hit by a car and left with a broken leg. We fixed him and decided to keep him as one of our pack. He is the biggest trouble maker in the office.
Mr. Pickle was found outside last winter almost starved and very ill. He made a full recovery and is doing great. He likes to sit on everyone’s lap and hates to be alone.
The staff of the Northarlington Animal Clinic is a diverse group composed of vet students, registered vet technicians, vet technician students, and just plain animal lovers!
We all look forward to caring for your pet and answering your questions.
Both doctors and staff attend numerous continuing education courses throughout the year to stay current in the ever-changing world of veterinary medicine. In addition to our regular staff, we are pleased to offer the experience of consulting specialists from every field of veterinary medicine.