Dr. Jaren Floreani graduated from St. Georges University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2020. While new to Ohio, he is no stranger to the Midwest. As he recently moved from Wisconsin to Ohio to complete his clinical year rotations at The Ohio State University. While at Ohio State, he was taught many techniques related to veterinary medicine that enabled him to join to the fast-paced environment at Animal Medical Center, immediately after graduating. His foremost goal is to provide the best care possible to his patients, in the most efficient way possible. He believes this can be accomplished best through means of effective communication between clients and what their loved one requires while under his care. By thoroughly informing his clients of the diagnostic and treatment options available, he aims to involve every owner in their animal’s health.
His undergraduate education is from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. While there, he worked for the University’s Research Animal Resources department and developed an appreciation for large animal medicine and how they relate to medicinal research. This led to him taking a summer job milking cows in Wisconsin for summer work.
His interest lays primarily in small animal medicine, with a special focus on orthopedics and soft tissue surgery. When he’s not in the clinic, you can find Dr. Floreani enjoying hobbies such as hiking, backpacking, fishing, boating, swimming, and working on his Jeep. He is surrounded by his girlfriend Dr. Blackmon, Karma the 11-year-old Great Dane, and his two cats Fynn (pictured) and Ollie.