Steven R. Zickmann, DVM
Dr. Zickmann (Dr. Z) graduated from the University of Berlin Germany Veterinary School in 1986. After working in Heidelberg for a year he came back home to New England. He and his wife bought the veterinary practice in Lebanon from retiring Dr. Baldwin in 2004. Dr. Z has a special interest in surgery and internal medicine. He is a friend to many Greyhounds, having assisted rescue groups with low-cost medical/surgical care during the New England racetrack closures. Dr. Z actively supports the local dog pound and cat rescue groups, as well as helping injured local wildlife. He has proudly seen student mentees go on to vet tech or veterinary programs. In his free time he enjoys family activities with his wife Susan and two children Gabby and Zack and dog Oakley including gardening, goat, pig, and bee raising, mountain biking, skiing and fishing; as well as keeping up their 200 year old historic home and barn. Dr. Z is USDA accredited for international health certificates and recently had the distinction of receiving the Lebanon Business of the Year award for 2013.
Mark R. Graves, DVM
Dr. Graves earned his DVM from Michigan State University. He is the previous owner of Norwich Animal Hospital. Dr. Graves was an Alaskan Iditarod Staff Veterinarian from 1993-2005 where he provided care for over 1200 sled dogs during grueling cross-Alaska competition.
Dr. Graves is the owner of a two-year-old rescue Jack Russell cross named Bella. When he isn’t working, he enjoys golf, travel (in his motorhome), and Bluegrass Rotary International.
Jessica L. Graham, DVM
Dr. Graham joined the team at Lebanon Veterinary Hospital in February 2014. Before moving back to the east coast, Dr. Graham worked in both general and shelter medicine in Las Vegas,
Nevada. Born and raised in West Virginia, Dr. Graham obtained her undergraduate degree from Marshall University, then, she moved south to the University of Georgia, where she obtained her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2010 (Go Dawgs!) Dr. Graham and her husband share their home in Franklin with 2 very spoiled miniature Australian Shepherds and an energetic young