Here at Community Vet, we believe that the relationship between an owner and their pet is a special and priceless bond. That is why we believe affordable veterinary care should be available to all. At Community Vet we strive to make this possible with lower than average pricing, sustained by treating as many pets as we can. We will always be upfront with owners about the costs they can expect with every visit, every time, as well as making sure the plan we create uniquely fits their pet's needs. When possible, we will work with clients to provide additional resources for unexpected care expenses.
Owner / Chief of Staff
Dr. Nicki Naso graduated from Ohio State University Veterinary School in 2009. She is an active mother of three who spends her free time camping or on other weekend getaways with her family.
RVT (Owner/Practice Manager)
Megan is a lifelong animal lover; her passion for animals is only exceeded by her compassion for people. She has worked in many aspects of veterinary medicine, including a large animal mixed practice, low-stress/low-volume small animal practice, and an urban-based high-volume community veterinary medicine practice. Through these experiences, she has found that when she can help people and help their pets, magic happens for her. Protecting the human-animal bond and helping those who thought their options were limited is really what drives her here at Community Vet. She is also a bit of a cat whisperer and always good for a smile and maybe even a song… the latter not likely in tune!
Registered Veterinary Technician
Ashley is a 2009 graduate of Stautzenberger College’s Veterinary Technician program in Brecksville, Ohio. She has a special interest in anesthesia and dentistry, and is a self-proclaimed nerd who loves learning new stuff! In her free time she enjoys hiking, camping, and birding with her husband and son. At home, she has three dogs (all with some Australian Cattle Dog in them) and four cats.
Client Care Specialist / Tech Assistant
Marygrace has loved animals her whole life and has had quite the menagerie of animals from a bearded dragon to a hairless cat! She volunteered at a local animal shelter for two years before getting a job in the foster care department and worked with that team for almost 2 years. At home, she has 2 dogs and 1 cat that love to cuddle in a pile together. She often has a foster cat or dog as well that need some extra TLC — which she is more than happy to give! When she's not cuddling on the couch with her pets, you can find Marygrace on hikes with her dogs or improving her photography skills!
Loren is one of our Tech Assistants. She previously worked in animal rescue for the past four years where she developed a passion for the animal field. She believes every animal deserves to be loved and stood up for. In her free time, she enjoys working out and spending time with those who mean the most to her. She has a soft spot for Dobermans and has a super spoiled Doberman Pinscher at home named Maggie May.
Client Care Specialist
Jen is new to the veterinarian world and is very excited for the opportunity to join our team. She has always had a great passion for all animals and is looking forward to meeting new people — and their furry family members, of course. She currently has only one cat, a beautiful torti named Sadie Mae. We assured her that will likely change working here! She enjoys spending her free time with family and friends and discovering new and exciting adventures.
Hi everyone, my name is Marge! I am a very special cat that was saved many years ago by some really amazing people. It was a cold day and I had crawled into a nice warm place to sleep, I did not know it was a School Bus engine until things went really wrong, really fast. Thanks to the Wonderful bus drivers of the Westlake City School District and the Westlake City Dog Warden, I was brought in to Westlake Animal Hospital, where our very own Practice Manager Megan worked at the time. I was in pretty rough shape when I got there, but with Megan, some pretty amazing Veterinarians and donations from people from all over the place they were able to save my life. I lost a leg and a tail in this ordeal, but I never complain…unless of course my bowl is empty!