Meet Dr. Laurie Schulze


Dr. Laurie Schulze  is a   1997 graduate from The Ohio State  University of the  College of Veterinary Medicine .   After graduation,   Dr. Schulze  began her career as a companion animal veterinarian and  her professional interest in behavior continued to grow.    She began to see how  a  behavior problem greatly impacted her clients’ relationships with their pets, and she wanted to help them.    Dr. Schulze   discovered a pet's behavior problem was as much a threat to its well-being as a serious illness.     This sparked a desire for her to focus her professional continuing education on veterinary behavioral medicine so she could help protect the bond between people and their pets. 

Since graduation  Dr. Schulze has  gained over 130 hours of  professional continuing education in animal behavior by attending lectures and workshops.   She has focused the past 9 years of her veterinary career on practicing behavioral medicine.   Dr. Schulze is dedicated to only practicing the most modern and humane methods in the field of veterinary behavior.     

  Dr. Schulze is currently  seeing cases involving canine and feline behavior problems.  Some examples are,  feline aggression, litter box issues,  destructive behavior,  thunderstorm phobia, separation anxiety,  fears  noise phobias, cognitive dysfunction,  unruliness, and some cases of canine aggression.   If you have concerns about your pet's behavior please contact her at or 614-893-7429.

When Dr. Schulze is not helping people and their pets  she  loves spending time with  her husband , their  3 kids,  Wesler ( dog) and Cadence  ( cat ) .      

Professional Affiliations

  • American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior
  • Behavior Education Network
  • Ohio Veterinary Medical Association-Board member of OVMA Behavior Committee
  • Columbus Academy of Veterinary Medicine- Board member 
  • American Veterinary Medical Association