Dr. Warren Adam Stout, DVM
My name is Dr. Warren Adam Stout. I am originally from West Virginia but live with my family in Ashland Ohio. I grew up on a dairy farm and have been around animals my entire life. I earned a B.S. degree in Animal Science from The Ohio State University in 1996 and my DVM degree, also from The Ohio State University, in 2000. I met my wife Lisa, also a veterinarian, while in veterinary school. We have two children, Marissa and Austin, which keep us busy with track, soccer, 4-H, and Scouts, along with their school activities. We have several animals at our home, that include fish, 5 cats, 1 rabbit, 1 chicken and our herd of registered pygmy goats. As a family we enjoy vacations to the beach and getaways with our camper. I love to hunt and fish when I can find time. I really just enjoy spending time with my wife and kids.
Dr. Linda Randall, DVM
In 1981, Linda Randall graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Randall, who has a degree in English Literature from Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana, is from Connecticut, where she grew up with horses and dogs. After working at the West Salem Veterinary Clinic in West Salem, OH for 9 years, Dr. Randall opened Cloverleaf Animal Hospital. Dr. Randall truly loves veterinary medicine and enjoys a team approach to animal health that includes her staff, the pet, and the owner. She offers superb and compassionate service along with excellent medical and surgical skills. Dr. Randall was appointed to the Ohio Veterinary Licensing Board, where she was also President. She is a member of The American Veterinary Medical Association, The Ohio Veterinary Medical Association, The Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians, and The Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians.
Dr. Randall competes in dog agility, and teaches and trains people and dogs in the fun sport of agility at The Agility Underground, at Cloverleaf Animal Hospital. Dr. Randall is also a graduate and past Board Member of Leadership Medina County and remains active, especially in Agriculture Day. She was instrumental in organizing and developing the Medina County Battered Women’s Shelter, and the Medina County Rape Crisis Center. Other organizations include the Board of Farm and Wilderness Camps in Vermont, and the Medina Kennel Club.
Dr. Randall Appears on Veterinarians On Call YouTube Series
Dr. Linda Randall is an African-American veterinarian who, despite naysayers, successfully established her own veterinary practice to care for pets in northern Ohio. In this story Dr. Randall examines 11-year-old Border Collie Leah who has been her patient since adopted as a stray puppy. Leah has developed a lump in her abdomen and Dr. Randall must diagnose the condition, while assuring Leah’s owner Angie who is concerned about the health of her senior-age dog. Presented by Zoetis™.
Dogs not behaving, sick cats having difficulty breathing — caring for pets is a day’s work for Dr. Linda Randall, owner of Cloverleaf Animal Hospital of Ohio.
Dr. Randall Featured in Smithsonian Exhibition
Dr. Randall is featured in the Smithsonian traveling exhibition “Animal Connections: Our Journey Together”.
“Animal Connections: Our Journey Together” is a free mobile exhibit that introduces visitors of all ages to the complex bond between humans and animals. Presented by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service to mark the 150th anniversary of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the project is made possible through the generous support of Zoetis.
Learn more about the exhibit on the Animal Connections website.