Dr. Jacob Cohen, BVMS
A Chicago native, Dr. Cohen’s studies include a Bachelor of Science from The University of Michigan, the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and his Veterinary degree from Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia. Dr. Cohen has been practicing veterinary medicine since 2005. He enjoys working with canines and felines. Dr. Cohen’s furry family consists of his dog, ‘Goldie’, and two cats, ‘Copernicus’ and ‘Cheeto’, all of whom you can see roaming around the clinic from time to time. Outside of work, he enjoys playing ping pong, traveling, going to music concerts with his wife Jessica, and spending time with his son Max and daughter Liv. He has left footprints on every continent except Antarctica.
Dr. Cohen opened Wicker Park Veterinary Clinic in April 2012 and he and his staff continue to serve the Wicker Park community.
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Dr. Tricia Mullin, DVM
Dr. Mullin grew up in the Chicago suburbs and obtained both her Bachelor of Science in Animal Sciences and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degrees from the University of Illinois. Her professional interests include surgery and radiology. Dr. Mullin has a passion for all animals and shares her home with her golden retriever “Ivy.” In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family & friends, traveling and cooking.
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Dr. Pansy Suzuki, DVM
Dr. Pansy Suzuki graduated from Va-Md Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. Her family recently relocated to the Chicago land area from the San Francisco Bay area last summer. She has had the privilege of practicing veterinary medicine in many interesting places including New York City, London, and the Bay area. She currently lives in the north suburbs of Chicago with her 2 young daughters, husband, and their little terrier dog Frankie. She has a great passion for food and wine (any restaurant recommendations are always welcome!), running, and being outdoors. Her special interests in veterinary medicine are soft-tissue surgery, ultrasound, emergency, and critical care.
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