Ronald L. Genovese, VMD

Dr. Ronald Genovese is a 1964 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, he served two years in the U.S. Army’s Fitzsimmons General Hospital in Denver, CO, doing physiological and pathological research.

In 1966, Dr. Genovese joined the founder of the Randall Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Joseph Solomon, who was his practice mentor and close friend. Dr. Genovese’s expertise has been in equine sports medicine and surgery, with more than 40 years spent dealing with equine lameness.

Dr. Genovese is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association and the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP). He is a member of the AAEP On Call Program and has served on various committees and as a member of the Board of Directors.

He received the AAEP’s Outstanding Educator Award and was cited for “helping countless young veterinarians learn the rigors of private equine practice, and since 1983 providing one-on-one assistance in ultrasonography to well over 50 veterinarians in his clinic.” When nominated for the award, he was described as a man revered by his clients, respected by his colleagues and loved by his staff. He also received a Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Pennsylvania.

Today he has a special interest in equine lameness, specifically limb ultrasonography. He is recognized nationally and internationally as the authority on tendon and ligament scanning. He is married to Dr. Margaret Cumming and has six children and 10 grandchildren.

Brett A. Berthold, DVM

A 1995 graduate of the Ohio State University, Dr. Brett Berthold grew up in Medina County. His father was a Thoroughbred trainer primarily at Thistledown Race Track, and was his main career influence along with Dr. Ron Genovese, who he has known his whole life. Dr. Berthold always knew he wanted to be a veterinarian and after graduation, he went to work with Dr. Genovese and Dr. Wilson. His greatest satisfaction in his work comes from returning horses to their intended athletic capability.

Dr. Berthold's professional areas of focus include lameness evaluation, respiratory health and MRI. He has been involved in the American Association of Equine Practitioners for years and participated in a number of research projects on equine respiratory health and ailments.

Knowing that equine veterinary care was limited at the truck, Dr. Berthold always envisioned a full service facility that could offer the best possible patient care. Together with his wife, Julie, they built the new Cleveland Equine Clinic facility in Ravenna. In addition to working together in the business, the couple have two children.

Emily Miller, DVM

Dr. Emily Miller is an Ohio native who grew up in Austinburg on her family farm. She and her twin sister have shown and raised Quarter Horses for over 20 years. Her love of horses lead her to a career in equine veterinary medicine. She attended Lake Erie College for her undergraduate studies. After graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2000, she entered The Ohio State University of Veterinary Medicine.

While in veterinary school, Emily was involved in the student chapter of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, OTS Veterinary Fraternity, Christian Veterinary Fellowship, and intramural sports. She was blessed with excellent mentors from the beginning of her career. Working with Dr. Ronald Genovese and Dr. Brett Berthold has provided her with a strong foundation. After graduating in 2004, Dr. Miller became an associate with Berthold Equine Veterinary Services and later the Cleveland Equine Clinic.

Dr. Miller has a variety of interests within equine veterinary medicine. She enjoys sport horse medicine, reproduction, neonatal care and geriatrics. She is past president of the Northeast Ohio Equine Practitioners Association, a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, Ohio Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Association.

Dr. Miller resides in Jefferson, Ohio with her husband, Darren, and two sons, Colt and Finn. They enjoy living on Lake Erie and try to find time for water skiing, boating and kayaking. She and her family continue to compete on the Quarter Horse show circuit.

Corey Paradine, DVM

Dr. Corey Paradine was born and raised in southern Michigan. While growing up, she pursued her interest in horses by riding and working at a Morgan show and training stable. She continued to follow her interest in horses in college, by obtaining an undergraduate degree in Animal Science from Michigan State University. Following graduation, she continued on to Michigan State University's College of Veterinary Medicine.

During veterinary school, Dr. Paradine was a recipient of the Merck-Tanaka Award for Veterinary Anatomical Sciences. She was a member of the Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Student Chapter of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, and the Student Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society. After graduation in 2008, she moved to Ohio and joined the Cleveland Equine Clinic.

Her professional interests include lameness, internal medicine, and neonatology and she is excited to be working with the other doctors at the Cleveland Equine Clinic to provide a high standard of care to their patients. Outside of work, Dr. Paradine enjoys traveling, horseback riding and skiing.

Sasha Hill, DVM

Dr. Sasha Hill grew up in Granville, Ohio where she was born and raised a Buckeye! She showed in the hunter ring for most of her childhood before competing in the jumpers during college. Sasha attended Otterbein University for her undergraduate degree in Pre-Veterinary Medicine/Equine Science & Life Science. There she did clinical research on anterior segment dysgenesis, a congenital eye problem in some breeds of horses. While in college, Sasha competed on the IHSA team and placed nationally in equitation over fences and flat.

Sasha graduated from the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in the summer of 2012. During her clinical year, she was given awards for Excellence in Equine Emergency & Critical Care and Ophthalmology. While in school, she was an extern at several hospitals around the country and in Newmarket, England. It was through her hands-on experience at these various locations, and working with Drs. Genovese and Berthold, that helped guide her to Ravenna, Ohio.

Sasha has several interests within equine medicine ranging from lameness and MRIs to internal medicine and ophthalmology. She is a current member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, and the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Sean T. Allison, DVM

Dr. Sean Allison grew up in Bainbridge, Ohio located only 25 minutes from Cleveland Equine Clinic. He grew up in the family hunter and jumper business working at the training and boarding stable. His father, Dr. Thomas Allison, an equine veterinarian himself, only deepened his love of horses.

He began working as a student under Dr. Ronald Genovese in high school which continued all throughout college. During that time Dr. Genovese and Dr. Brett Berthold became very important mentors and along with his father encouraged his passion for veterinary medicine.

In 2007 he graduated from Baldwin Wallace University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Following graduation he was accepted to Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine located in St. Kitts where he graduated in 2011 after completing his clinical year at Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Sean has multiple interests including sport horse medicine, racetrack medicine, and respiratory medicine. He is currently a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, the American Veterinary Medical Association, and the North American Association of Racetrack Veterinarians.

Jessie Hennessey, DVM

Dr. Jessie Hennessey comes to us from the mitten state. Growing up with her family’s Standardbred racing stable in her back yard, Jessie was destined to take on a career relating to horses. In 2008 Jessie graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan. Following graduation she put her degree to use as a research associate for a major animal health company, working to develop vaccines and products we use in the industry today. But Jessie’s desire to become a veterinarian couldn’t be tamed and she later went on to complete her veterinary degree at Michigan State University. Upon graduation in 2013, Dr. Hennessey completed a yearlong internship at Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital in Snohomish, WA focusing on internal medicine, surgery, anesthesia, and ambulatory practice.

Dr. Hennessey joined Cleveland Equine Clinic in July of 2014. The predominant focus of her practice includes equine dentistry however her other areas of interest include emergency and critical care, colic management and internal medicine.

When Dr. Jessie is not busy with horses she enjoys all things active. She can often be found running with her dog "Maverick", mountain biking, skiing, or doing yoga.

Lauren Fischer, DVM

Dr. Lauren Fischer grew up near Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She developed a passion for working with and caring for horses through riding and working at a local stable. While attending Michigan State University for her undergraduate studies in Biochemistry and Animal Science, she joined the MSU Polo Team as a way to stay involved with horses.

The summer following graduation, she worked at an equine reproduction center in Ocala, Florida before returning to Michigan State for veterinary school.

During vet school, Dr. Fischer was an active member of the student chapters of the American Association of Equine Practitioners and the American Veterinary Medical Association. She was also selected for participation in the MSU Equine Summer Fellows Program, which places students in equine practices around the country for summer work experiences. Through this program, Dr. Fischer came to Cleveland Equine Clinic in the summer of 2014 and decided she wanted to return to the practice as an associate one-day. In her final clinical year, she received the Markel Foundation Scholarship for senior students from the AAEP as well as the JP Hutton Excellence in Equine Medicine and Surgery Award from MSU.

Dr. Fischer joined Cleveland Equine Clinic following graduation in 2016. Her professional interests include reproduction, acupuncture and emergency medicine.

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