Scott Hunter, DVM
Dr. Scott Hunter is a native to Stark county and a 1984 graduate of Perry High School. He studied wildlife management and hotel administration during undergrad at The Ohio State University and graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1992. After eight years in Columbus, he returned to Northeast Ohio to practice at North Ridge Veterinary Hospital located in Madison in Lake county. In the Spring of 2000, Dr. Hunter started his career at the North Canton Veterinary Clinic. After serving as an associate, he purchased the practice in July, 2001 and moved to the current location in June, 2009.
Dr. Hunter is married to Melissa, also a Perry High school graduate and currently a teacher at Walker Elementary in the Canton Local School District. When not at the practice, you might find him doing a handyman project, going for a hike, or riding his mountain bike. While at home, his dogs, Oakley and Buckeye, and his cat, Tom, keep him entertained.
Brian Allerding, DVM
Dr. Brian Allerding grew up in Loudonville, Ohio and is a 2002 graduate of Loudonville High School. He first found his way to Stark County for his undergraduate studies at Malone University, where he studied biology and chemistry. In 2011, Dr. Allerding graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and has returned to Stark County to join Dr. Hunter and the staff at the North Canton Veterinary Clinic. He looks forward to providing quality pet care to the residents of Stark County.
Dr. Allerding is married to Abbey, a North Canton native, who is currently the varsity girls basketball coach at Hoover High School. Besides watching high school basketball, Dr. Allerding also enjoys working on his parents’ farm in Loudonville, woodworking, and spending time with his nieces and nephews. The couple are proud parents of twin boys and a little girl.