Logan is a Registered Veterinary Technician who graduated from Kent State Tuscarawas with an associate degree in Veterinary Science and Technology.
He's been with For Paws since October 2016. A 2014 graduate of Sandy Valley High school. He has two dogs, a mix breed named Gracie, and a mix breed named Zoey. He has resided in Magnolia his entire life and is a big sports fan.
Dr. Andrew Muir, a 2017 graduate at The Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine is completing a three-year surgical residency at Ohio State Veterinary hospital. The son of Dr. Jellison, he also earned a Bachelors degree in Bio-Chemistry at Wittenberg University. Growing up, Andrew was surrounded by animals at home and developed his compassion caring for the many strays he and his mother brought home. He currently resides in Columbus during school and comes home to Canton to work in the hospital whenever possible. Andrew is the proud owner of two For Paws Project kitties; Don Gato and Lady Cat. He loves to hike and vacation with his family.
Brittney graduated from Brown Mackie college in 2017 with her degree in Veterinary Technology. Brittney attended Marlington High school where she was very involved with her FFA program (Future Farmers of America). She loves learning new things about animals and meeting smiling faces every day. Brittney grew up with many animals including dogs, cats, horses, ferrets, and also enjoyed helping her mother do wildlife rehabilitation. In her spare time, Brittney enjoys spending time with her family, kayaking, riding and working with her horses and being outdoors.
Cassie is a Registered Veterinary Technician who graduated in 2012 from The Vet Tech Institute at Bradford School Columbus with an Associate Degree of Applied Science Veterinary technology. Cassie is an Indian Valley High School Graduate and has lived in Tuscarawas County for the majority of her life. Cassie has three Fur Kids: two cats, Bindi and little man, and one dog, Harley. In her free time, Cassie enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors and reading.
Emma is currently an undergraduate student at Miami University and is double majoring in Zoology and Neuroscience. As a GlenOak High School graduate, she is proud to call Canton her home. When she isn’t away at school, she is working in the hospital and gaining valuable experience in the veterinary field. Emma has two awesome For Paws Project pets of her own, her dog, Petunia, and her new kitten, Osman, in addition to her other cat named Snooky. At Miami, Emma is a member of the rock climbing club, beekeeping club, and Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity.