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Darsha Arnold, DVM

Emergency and Critical Care

Dr. Arnold is an Ohio native, completing her undergraduate degree at Ohio University. She graduated from St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine in Grenada, West Indies after finishing her clinical year at North Carolina State University in 2007. She moved to Chattanooga, TN for a rotating small animal internship at Regional Institute for Veterinary Emergencies & Referrals (R.I.V.E.R.). She then began her career as an emergency clinician in Chattanooga in 2008. She also worked in general practice that provided care for the Tennessee Aquarium, The Chattanooga Nature Center and exotic pets. Dr. Arnold’s interests are in emergency medicine, surgery, wildlife rehabilitation and exotic pets, especially reptiles. She relocated to the Cincinnati, with her 2 dogs and cat, to be closer to family and friends. She enjoys travelling, hiking, gardening and crafting in her spare time.