Dr. Kenzig attended The Ohio State University and received her DVM in 2013. She then completed a rotating internship at University of Missouri in 2014, and a Small Animal Surgery residency at Mississippi State University in 2017. Dr. Kenzig is well-versed in soft tissue, orthopedic, and neurosurgical procedures. She is interested in increasing the use of minimally invasive procedures (laparoscopy and thoracoscopy) at Care Center, and is experienced in performing TPLOs for treatment of CCL ruptures. At the age of 10, Dr. Kenzig knew that she wanted to be a veterinarian. When she graduated from high school in the Cleveland area, she also graduated with two Associates degrees from a local community college. She transferred those credits to OSU, which allowed her to graduate with her BS in Animal Science in two years. Dr. Kenzig’s interest in small animal surgery began while shadowing a board-certified surgeon who performed bilateral FHOs on her own dog. After working tirelessly on her clinical surgical rotations during vet school, her enthusiasm for surgery only grew, and she knew it was what she wanted to do for the rest of her life. Dr. Kenzig is excited to join the Care Center team after spending her first year and a half post-residency at a veterinary specialty center in Cleveland. In her spare time, Dr. Kenzig spends time with her husband, fellow Care Center Surgeon Dr. Andy Law, their two dogs, cat, and chinchilla.