Kelly M. Riedeman, DVM, Practice Owner
Dr. Kelly Riedeman bought the practice from Dr. Matthews in 2008. She is a lifelong resident of Genoa. Dr. Kelly did her undergraduate work at The University of Findlay majoring in PreVet and Biology before going on to graduate from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. Dr. Kelly and her husband, Steve, have two daughters, Cecilia and Veronica. When she is not caring for her patients, Dr. Kelly, with the help of her daughters, cares for their own pets. They have two horses, two miniature cows, two dogs, a goat and 8 cats.
Jody Ehrmin, DVM, Associate Veterinarian
Jody was born and raised in West Toledo. She proudly went to The Ohio State University for eight years, earing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Zoology followed by her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree. She was the first full-time veterinarian at the Toledo Area Humane Society, when they were in Arrowhead Park, and she started their spay and neuter program. She worked in Emergency Medicine for eight years at the Animal and Critical Care Center in West Toledo, before they were purchased by Med Vet. She has been with Owen’s Ark Veterinary Clinic for the past 8 years (and counting). She loves to sing and grows orchids and carnivorous plants. She has 2 rescued cats, one that was orphaned at the age of 2 weeks, and one who has nerve damage in one of his legs. This does not slow him down!
Chelsea Nissen, DVM, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Nissen has been a part of the Ark family since May 2012. She is a native of the Genoa area, graduating from Genoa High School in 2008. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology in 2012 from Baldwin-Wallace College. Dr. Nissen graduated with her DVM from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. She is currently the mixed animal veterinarian at the Ark, seeing anything from dogs and cats to deer, horses, cattle, sheep, pigs and goats. In her free time Dr. Nissen enjoys time out on the lake, spending time with her family, superhero movies, and knitting/crocheting. She is married to Nick, who raises show hogs and farms row crops. Together they have two dogs, Callie and Marv.
Darla A. Boyk, DVM
Dr. Darla Boyk graduated from The Ohio State University in 1989 and has enjoyed practicing small animal medicine in Northwest Ohio ever since. She and her husband live near Pemberville, her hometown. Her interest include spending time with their two adult children, running kicking, and traveling.