Dr. Tiffany Speicher

I grew up in North Lawrence/Massillon, Ohio. I went to Tuslaw through middle school then graduated from Massillon high-school in 2009. I always had a passion for animals and an interest in medicine from a very young age so veterinary medicine just made sense.

I came to Aquadale after working in mixed-animal practice in Navarre, Ohio since 2018. I received my undergraduate degree in Biology from Walsh University in 2014. I went on to obtain my Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree from St. George’s University in Grenada, followed by completing clinical rotations at The Ohio State University, in 2018. Upon graduation, I obtained USDA as well as fear-free certification.

I didn’t think I went through enough torture so… shortly after graduation, I attended A.C.E.S (an intensive chiropractic program) in Texas. I went on to obtain AVCA-accreditation and become certified in animal chiropractic. I now run my own business, Speicher Animal Chiropractic, LLC where I see anything from dogs/cats to cows and horses.

I enjoy all aspects of veterinary medicine especially surgery and internal medicine. My favorite experience in veterinary medicine thus far is being the anesthetist for surgery on a cheetah. I love that medicine is ever-changing and constantly providing a means to grow and learn. My goal is to provide high-quality animal care to individuals who consider their pets as part of their family.

My husband, Brandon, and I have 2 little boys named Flint. We share a house with our dog, 2 indoor cats (another 2 outdoor cats), 2 ferrets, and 2 fish. I enjoy raising jersey cattle on our farm, being outdoors, traveling, watching/playing volleyball and baseball, drawling/painting, reading, and (most importantly) spending time with my family.