Dr. Nicole Milligan founded Sarver Animal Hospital (formerly All Pet Animal Hospital) in 2015. Dr. Milligan graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Pre-Veterinary Medicine/Biology with a Life Science Emphasis and Chemistry minor from the University of Findlay in 2007. Dr. Milligan earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2011 from North Carolina State University. Dr. Milligan's professional interests include dermatology, dentistry, routine surgery and behavior. In her free time Dr. Milligan enjoys crocheting, knitting, cross stitching, and watching old movies. She shares her home with her husband Burnett, Monty the cat and Daisy the Golden Retriever.
Jill attended Fairmont State Community and Technical College for Veterinary Technology from 2003 to 2005 and has been working as a veterinary technician since 2004. Her areas of special interest include animal behavior and feline medicine. Jill has been a member of the Society of Veterinary Behavior Technicians since 2012. She and her boyfriend Nate share their home with two fur-babies, Troy (a seal lynx point and white domestic short hair) and Einstein (a fawn and white pied french bulldog).
Jessica graduated in 2008 from Vet Tech Institute of Pittsburgh. She has worked mostly in private practice since then, but spent 2 years working at a local animal shelter as well as fostering orphaned kittens. As a result, she has a special love for shelter medicine and its animals. She enjoys helping clients understand how to properly introduce new pets into their homes, and the importance of having your pets spayed or neutered. When Jessica is not here at the hospital she spends her time with her two young sons along with her two fur children, Prudence the boxer and Kid the cat.
Heather has been working with animals for over 10 years. Before becoming a technician in 2012, Heather managed a boarding kennel catering to dogs and cats. She has a special interest in canine/feline dental health. When Heather is not here at the hospital, she spends her time with her husband, young daughter, and her two pets Beth, a long haired chihuahua, and Sam, her rescue cat.
Nicki graduated from the Vet Tech Institute of Pittsburgh in 2014 after working as a costumer, film lab technician, and pet sitter/dog walker. Her areas of interest include parasitology and disease pathology, particularly Lyme disease and other issues common in our region. When not at the hospital, Nicki enjoys collecting oddities and antiques, photography, and hanging out with her huge, long-haired black cat, Bear Grylls