Growing up in the Chicago suburbs, Dr. Osborne always had a strong interest in animals. She loved visiting a friend’s farm and riding horses there on many weekends. On the farm, she also had the opportunity to help her friends with their 4-H activities, work with pigs and cows and play with their dogs. She loved learning about the animals. She also had a strong interest in science and medicine, making veterinary medicine the perfect career for her.
Dr. Osborne loves the human-animal bond and enjoys getting to know her patients and the people who love them. She believes it’s important to listen to, and create a relationship with owners in order to best help animals. She enjoys partnering with clients to learn about their pets and formulating plans to provide the best possible care for them.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM), Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine
Bachelor of Science (BS), in Biology, minor in Spanish, Purdue University
Joined West Loop
Dr. Osborne’s pet family includes two dogs – a mixed breed cattle dog named Indy who she rescued two years ago and Baily, a loving lab/shepherd mix. She first met Indy at the Indiana State Fair where she worked while attending veterinary school. She also has two horses, Jet and Smokey. Jet has only one eye and Smokey is a senior citizen who Dr. Osborne learned a great deal from while riding and training him in her youth.
Fun Staff Facts
When not working, Dr. Osborne loves to travel and learn about new places and cultures. She studied abroad in Spain, helping to hone her Spanish language skills. She also enjoys volunteering in unique locations specifically spending time in the Galapagos Island where she worked at a free, small animal clinic. She also enjoys various forms of exercise and being outdoors.