Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
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Dr. Dan Baum grew up in Northern New Jersey and obtained his undergraduate degree in Animal Science from Rutgers University in 1996. He graduated from the Ohio State University with his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree in 2000. He worked at a small animal practice in the Dayton, Ohio area for many years before joining the Hopewell Animal Hospital Family in 2007. Dr. Baum spends his time away from the office with his wife Kelly, son Brogan, daughter Rylan, dogs Lucy and Olive ("Ollie"), and hedgehog Violet.
Dr. Kelly Zilli grew up in Dayton, Ohio. She obtained her undergraduate degree at Wittenberg University and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Ohio State University. Immediately after graduation, she worked at a small animal practice in Cincinnati, Ohio, followed by 2.5 years working emergency. She is happy to be working day hours again a part of the Hopewell Animal Hospital team. She particularly likes internal medicine cases, wound repairs, and of course greyhounds. When away from the office, Dr. Zilli enjoys spending time volunteering down at the Ohio Alley Cat Resource, running, and frequenting coffee shops. She shares her home with two dogs, Ridgeway (a high spirited rescued greyhound) and Angel (a delightful mutt), and 3 cats Egan, Zeek, and Elliott who provide endless entertainment with their antics.