Contact Information

Alpha Veterinary Clinic

2515 Dayton Xenia Road
Beavercreek, OH 45434

Phone: 937-426-9232
Fax: 937 306-1462

Email:
frontdesk@alphavetbeavercreek.com

Business Hours:
Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m.-noon

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We accept CareCredit. We accept Cash. We accept Check.

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Meet the Doctors

In 1978, the City Service gas station at the corner of Factory Road and Dayton-Xenia Road, was remodeled into a full-service veterinary clinic, by Dr. Roger Ober, DVM. When he opened the Alpha Veterinary Clinic in December of 1978, Dr. Ober offered comprehensive medical, surgical, and dental care, and boarding for small animals. In the next few years, he added grooming services, and in 1991, Dr. Janet Langenderfer joined the practice. In the Fall of 2011, Dr. Holly Gossett also came to the Alpha Veterinary Clinic, creating a staff of three veterinarians, six veterinary assistants, and two groomers, who provide dependable, skilled care to the pets of Beavercreek and the surrounding communities.

Dr. Janet Langenderfer

Dr. Janet Langenderfer was born & raised in the Miami Valley, with strong family ties to the area. She is a lifetime animal lover, and she has obtained a Bachelor's degree in Zoology from Miami University and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Ohio State University. Dr. Langenderfer has always practiced in Ohio, almost exclusively in Beavercreek/Dayton, and has been a beloved and trusted veterinarian at Alpha Veterinary Clinic for over two decades. Her professional interests are clinical and internal medicine (chronic and challenging medical cases). All of her clients and staff would agree that she enjoys working with dogs & cats of all kinds, but she does have a special fondness for greyhounds & black kitties.

Dr. Holly Gossett

Dr. Holly Gossett graduated from Ohio State University in 1991 after receiving the Excellence in Small Animal Surgery Award and an IAMS Scholarship for authoring an article on Colitis in Dogs. She then completed an additional year of training at Michigan State University, completing her internship in Small Animal Surgery and Medicine in 1992. For the next ten years, she practiced in a specialty/referral practice in Albuquerque, NM, and developed skill in the use of diagnostic ultrasound in dogs and cats. She then pursued an interest in emergency medicine in the Dayton area for five years before returning to her main area of interest: caring for family pets with compassion and skill to enhance the quality of their life in health and illness. She has two teenage children and enjoys training her Spinoni Italiano and relaxing with all of her animals, including cats, horses, and birds.

Dr. Debra Bishop

Dr. Debra Bishop is a 1983 cum laude graduate of Wright State University with Honors in Genetics and a 1988 cum laude graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She is a member of Phi Zeta Veterinary Honor Society. Dr. Bishop continued her education after graduation completing a small animal medicine and surgery internship at the West Los Angeles Veterinary Group from 1988 to 1989.

Dr. Bishop has practiced small animal referral emergency medicine for over 18 years. She retired from Emergency medicine to do small animal general practice in 2012. Her professional interests include internal medicine and disaster medicine.

Dr. Bishop lives on a farm in New Carlisle with her husband, two cats, and two horses. Her hobbies include trail-riding, music, literature and outdoor gardening.

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