Melanie Wood, DVM
Dr. Wood is an Anderson native. She graduated in 1995 from Anderson High School and 1999 from Miami University with a BA in Zoology. She attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her DVM in 2004.
She practiced at an emergency facility for 6 years as well as a part-time veterinarian at various clinics around the area while raising her toddlers. It has been her dream to open her own clinic for the last 5 years and she’s excited that it is finally becoming a reality. She looks forward to establishing lasting relationships with clients and their animal
She and her husband Jonathan have 3 adorable little girls and a son! They also have two dogs, Copper, and Dolly. On the occasion when needed she enjoys rescuing local wildlife and providing whatever kind of care she can to help get them be released back into their own environment. She is frequently active in helping to place stray or unwanted animals in forever homes.
Linda Hays, DVM
Dr. Linda Hays grew up on a small family farm outside of Cincinnati, Ohio. As an avid 4-Her, she spent the majority of her summer vacations taking care of and showing many animals, both large and small, at the county fair. One of her most cherished memories is winning first place with her beloved Jack Russell Terrier at the Ohio State Fair. After earning her undergraduate degree in biology from Hanover College, she moved to Massachusetts to continue her education. She graduated from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. Dr. Hays then completed an internship at Michigan Veterinary Specialists located near Detroit. Following her internship, Dr. Hays returned to the Cincinnati area. For the past 13 years, she has been working as an emergency veterinarian at emergency and specialty hospitals in Cincinnati. During these 13 years, she always worked overnight shifts, so she is excited to have a more “normal” schedule and to create long-term relationships with her patients and their human families.
Hillary Hillard – Practice Manager/Clinic Technician
Hillary is a registered veterinary technician who graduated from The University of Cincinnati in 2013. She has two wonderful little boys and a daughter that take up all her spare time. Growing up in 4H jump-started her passion for animals. She couldn’t imagine doing anything else with her life and loves exploring all the avenues of veterinary medicine. Hillary has a passion for helping those in need and making sure they get the best care possible.
Elyse resides on a farm in Bethel with her husband and daughters, where they have cats and rabbits. Elyse has a huge soft spot in her heart for animals. She looks forward to helping you get the best care for your fur baby when you call to schedule your next appointment at Main Street Animal Hospital.
Bri is originally from Nicholasville, Ky and recently moved to Ohio in 2020. She worked in equine medicine for 6 years and then expanded to exotics and small animals. She now has 2 dogs, 2 cats, 2 leopard geckos and 2 snakes. She has a huge heart for animals and looks forward to meeting your pets for their appointments!
Christina has been in the veterinary field as an assistant since 2013. She has a daughter and a 3 legged Pitbull mix named Tres. In her spare time, she coaches her daughter’s cheer squad, loves watching football and spending time with family and friends. She has always had an interest in service dogs and hopes to one day start an organization that helps train them for children and veterans.
Michelle graduated from The University of Cincinnati Veterinary Technician Program in 2021. She grew up in the Cincinnati area, so she has been around this area her entire life. When not studying, Michelle likes to spend time with her family playing board games. She has 3 cats, 2 ferrets and one dog. She loves helping animals and looks forward to meeting your pets when they come in for their visits!
Alicia was born and raised in Northern California and moved to Ohio in 2021. She became a registered technician in 2015. In her spare time she likes taking care of her special needs kitties. She has always loved working with animals and can see herself doing this career until retirement!