Since 2013, Veterinary Emergency Center has made it a priority to offer outstanding emergency vet care and urgent care services to Toledo, Maumee, and surrounding areas. Our veterinarians and support staff give their all every day to help, heal, and save lives. We strive to give pet parents confidence knowing that their animal companions are receiving exceptional, around-the-clock treatment when their regular vet’s office is closed.
Robert Swanson DVM
Dr. Robert Swanson graduated from Ross University in 2014 and spent his clinical year at Purdue University. At Purdue, Dr. Swanson focused on medicine and emergency cases where he grew his love for emergency and critical care. He is originally from Michigan, but now lives in Ohio with his wife and two daughters. He spends most of his free time hanging out with his family, attending sporting events, tailgating and camping with his RV, and enjoying traveling. Dr. Swanson is also a big craft beer fan and loves to travel and explore new breweries. He has been with Veterinary Emergency Center since he graduated and looks forward to meeting you and your fur babies, but hopes he doesn't have to!
Amanda Cole DVM
Dr. Amanda Cole is a graduate of Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She attended Adrian College, graduating with her bachelor’s degree in biology. Dr. Cole grew up and lives in Michigan, where she is involved in her local state veterinary association. She is interested in emergency medicine and physical therapy. Dr. Cole shares her home with a Poodle mix, Smarty, and two cats, Smokey and Jack. In her spare time, Dr. Cole enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, and doing many outdoor activities.
Megan Gardam DVM
Bio coming soon
Anna Brown DVM
Dr. Anna Brown graduated Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. After school, Dr. Brown worked in private practice for 9 years. She then switched her focus to shelter medicine and worked at the Toledo Area Humane Society for 8 years. In 2019, Dr. Brown joined Veterinary Emergency Center, where she is able to effectively combine her experience from private practice and the humane society. When she is not working, Dr. Brown likes to relax at home with her husband and 3 sons. She also has 2 dogs, 2 cats, 7 horses, a mini-donkey and ducks to round out her home life.