Dr. Kumar has been practicing for over 20 years. In India he grew up on a farm with his family which was what lead him to his career. He graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine in Punjab, India. Dr. Kumar completed his studies at the University College of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State in Ames, Iowa. He worked as an associate in veterinary clinics in Wisconsin, Indiana and Illinois for over 6 years. In Sept. 2003 he opened the Des Plaines Family Pet Clinic. Ten years later in January of 2013, Dr. Kumar moved his clinic (now called Randhurst Animal Hospital) to a brand new facility located in Mount Prospect to be able to meet the growing needs of all of his current and future clients.
He is a member of the AVMA as well as the ISVMA. His favorite procedures include complex soft tissue surgeries where he is able to utilize his skill with the laser scalpel, but he gets the most satisfaction from the full and complete recovery of his patients.
Dr Amy is an animal lover and she graduated in 1997 from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She has 20 years of experience in small animal medicine and surgery including shelter medicine, small animal dentistry, surgery and medicine, and is certified in Fear Free Practice. She lives with her husband and 2 college children, and their many dogs, cats, horses, chickens, and a parrot. In her spare time she rides her horses and plays the cello.
Dr. Tiffany Leach, DVM, DACVIM is a board certified veterinary medical oncologist. She graduated and received her doctorate of veterinary medicine from Kansas State University Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital in 2007. She then completed an internship with VCA in 2008. She completed a 3 year residency from 2008-2011 in oncology at Purdue University Veterinary Teaching Hospital and has been in private practice since this time. Throughout her residency training, she also enjoyed working emergency, which helped to broaden her knowledge base.
She is a member of the Veterinary Cancer Society, American Veterinary Medical Association, Chicago Veterinary Medical Association, Kansas State University Veterinary Medical Alumni Association lifetime member, and a diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. She has USDA Accreditation in the states of Illinois and Kansas. She was awarded the Katie McCallister Compassion Award on April 18, 2011.
She appreciates all aspects of veterinary oncology, but truly values the close relationships she develops with her patients and their owners. She feels that the most important aspect of any treatment protocol is that the patient either maintains or ideally has an improved quality of life with their particular regimen. One of her early interests and publications was the use of metronomic low-dose protocols to help slow down cancer progression in patients that may not tolerate high-dose regimens or in cases where high-dose chemotherapy was not a feasible option.
She enjoys spending time with her Irish Wolfhounds, Emmet and Ronan. She has also found volunteering in pet therapy programs at hospitals and assisted living facilities very rewarding. She enjoys exploring the city with her friends/family and caring for various plants, as well as her Oscar fish, Ringo and George.
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Randhurst Animal Hospital
212 East Rand Rd., Mt. Prospect, IL 60056
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