Our caring and compassionate veterinary care team!

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Northwest Veterinary Hospital in Delta! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets! Please call us at (419) 822-5030 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!


Dr. Don Fogle, DVM

Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Fogle holds Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Animal Science (OSU ’76, ’80). He was a member of the 1975 OSU General Livestock Judging Team. Dr. Fogle works with both large and small animals and has a special interest in diagnostic ultrasound and ultrasound guided biopsy. Dr. Fogle and his wife Margie have resided in the Fulton County countryside for the past 28 years. They have three children, Justin (Jennifer), Jodi (Miguel) and Jenny; 5 grandchildren, Ellie, Sam, Archer and Charlotte. Also, a golden retriever named Bentley and 1 cat, Casper.

Joy Bishop-Forshey, DVM

Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Bishop loves coming to work, caring for dogs, cats, llamas, alpacas and a few pocket pets. There was nothing else she ever wanted to do for a career. Dr. Bishop fell in love with animals in kindergarten, raising cats, dogs, mice and a few wild orphans. She started working at a veterinary hospital in Columbus, OH when she was 15 years old, and was grandfathered in as a Veterinary Technician. Dr. Bishop graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1982 and sort of “married into” partnership at Northwest Veterinary Hospital.

Dr. Bishop has 2 sons, Brandon who is a DVM, Teaching at The University of Findley and Brady who is a Turf Technician at Pinehurst Golf Course in Pinehurst NC. She was blessed with great kids. They have shown llamas and alpacas since they were 8 years old.

Dr. Bishop’s spare time is spent raising over 30 llamas and alpacas, 2 dogs, 5 cats and 2 fuzzy bunnies. She harvests and uses the camelid fiber for spinning, felting, weaving and crocheting. She is an ALSA and ILR Fiber judge and ALSA halter judge.

Paul S French, Jr. DVM

Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. French is the newest doctor in the practice having been here since 1998. His duties at Northwest Veterinary Hospital include primarily large and food animal, but is also involved in small animal activities.

Dr. French grew up on a small family farm in south east Ohio with a younger brother. In first grade he had to write a short paragraph about what he wanted to do when he grew up. He wrote that he wanted to be a veterinarian and help animals. Dr. French showed numerous animals in 4H growing up. As a small boy he started to treat sick or injured wild animals and did his first surgery at the age of 10, helping the local veterinary repair an umbilical hernia on a pig. After that he really became interested in veterinary medicine. Dr. French attended undergraduate college at The Ohio State University and got a degree in Dairy Science. He then managed a large registered Angus beef herd that was one of the first practicing rotational grazing herd. During veterinary school at OSU he also worked in an influenza research laboratory. He studied influenza in horses and chickens and has had several published articles, helped to develop a new equine influenza vaccine and a rapid diagnostic test for influenza in horses and birds.

Dr. French moved to the area after graduating veterinary school. He has two children that attend Wauseon Schools. They are both active in 4H and have an interest in agriculture. His daughter has shown a gift for veterinary medicine.

Dr. French currently has many pets, most of which were abandoned or unwanted. He has several cats, a dog, goat, chickens, turkeys and a horse. The Boer goat, Sundae, was born with incomplete rear limbs. He could not euthanize her as a baby and gave her a good life for 10 years.

Dr. French enjoys different things within his professional life. His day may go from doing a herd check on a group of cows, then looking at a goat or deer, then back to the office to examine a dog or do a behavioral consult on a cat. Small animal medicine is also intriguing as Dr. French has a special interest in animal behavior.

In his personal life, Dr. French loves to be outside; hunting, fishing, gardening, watching the sun set and spending time with his kids.

Registered Veterinary Technicians

Anne McClarren

Columbus Technical Institute, Columbus Ohio Associate Degree, Veterinary Technology

Anne has always had a love for animals which is why she chose to become a veterinary technician. She has worked for Oregon Animal Hospital, Countryside Animal Clinic and Northwest Veterinary Hospital. She has been with NWVH for over 30 years assisting wherever she is needed. It has been her pleasure to be an employee at NWVH and help care for the client’s needs. During the week, Anne is employed by Wauseon Schools where she works in the kitchen of the Wauseon Primary School. On the weekends she is at NWVH and shares the kennel duties with Bonnie.

While working at Countryside, Anne met the man of her dreams, Jared, they have been married for 35 years. Together they have raised 3 beautiful daughters who have blessed them with 5 grandchildren. They are the best part of Anne and totally captivate her heart. Anne and her husband live on a farm outside Wauseon and have raised a few thousand hogs, enjoy their horse and working together. Anne likes flower gardening, mowing the lawn and chasing their dog Remy.

Anne says “thank you for allowing me to help care for your pet!”

Missy Good

Columbus State Community College, Associate Degree, Veterinary Technology

When Missy was in 7th grade Dr. Bay and Dr. Tony Forshey came to her house to repair an umbilical hernia on a colt. That’s when Missy realized she wanted a career in veterinary medicine; here she is 20 + years later!  She has been with our practice since 1990.

Missy, her husband – Brent, son – Mason and parents are all members of the Henry County Draft club, where they participate with their Haflingers in parades and plow days. Missy enjoys being outside in the garden, tending to her flowers and yard. Her family pets include 2 cats, draft horses – Sunny and Warren pictured with Missy.

Laura Parker

Laura graduated in 2004 from Tomball College, Tomball, TX with an AAS in Veterinary Technology

Laura has always had a love for animals and has always wanted to work in the veterinary field. After moving several times after high school from Ohio to Florida to Texas, she finally settled back in good ‘ol Ohio.

Laura started working at Northwest Veterinary Hospital in August 2006. She lives in Hamler with her husband C.J. and their 3 children- twins: Brystol & Brielle and their little brother Briggs. Laura loves being outside, riding her horse Bart, and spending time with her kids, gardening and going for walks. Her four legged family includes a great dane, Greta, Sherman the cat, 3 barn cats and Bart the horse.

Audri Loyd

Audri started with us in September of 2016, she graduated from The International Business College of Fort Wayne. Her cats Walter, Cyprus, Baby Princess, Bruce, Ponyo, Castiel, Lucifer, Crowley and Finn all enjoy getting cuddled after work. She enjoys reading, drawing and napping when she can.

Veterinary Receptionists

Alisa Bosell

Alisa started at Northwest Veterinary Hospital in July 2007. Alisa and her husband have three daughters, Megan who lives in CA, Sydney and Amy who live in Wauseon with Alisa, while they work and attend college. In her free time, Alisa enjoys being outside and spending time with her family. Her pet family includes 2 dogs- Reggie and Stanley, 3 cats- Monte, Paul and Merry.

Brandie Mull

Rachelle Frank

Rachelle started with us in April 2017.  She is originally from Delta, where she lives now with her daughter Elba.  She enjoys being a mom and spending her free time with her daughter.