Meet Our Veterinarians at Elmhurst Animal Care Center
Dr. Todd Prince
Dr. Prince obtained his veterinary degree from the University of Illinois after doing his undergraduate work in animal sciences at Iowa State University. In 1993, he was awarded Diplomate status with the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. He is one of 15 in the state of Illinois to receive this honor. In 2002 and 2012, he was re-certified.
Dr. Prince has been in practice since 1984 and is a member of the Chicago Veterinary Medical Association, Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Veterinary Medical Association. He enjoys practicing preventive care for companion animals and has a special interest in orthopedic and soft tissue surgical procedures, neurologic disorder, and oncology. He attends more than 100 hours of continuing education per year to stay current with the state of the art.
He is the proud owner of a black and tan Doberman named Del and a Boston terrier named Bella. In his spare time, he enjoys watching all of the major Chicago sports teams, which includes the Cubs AND the Sox, golf, reading, and spending time with his two wonderful children.
Dr. Faeh obtained her veterinary degree from the University of Illinois after doing her undergraduate work in the animal sciences, also at the University of Illinois. Her major interests include pediatric medicine and surgery, focusing mostly on cats and dogs.
She has been in practice since 1996 and is a member of the Chicago Veterinary Medical Association, Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Veterinary Medical Association. She is the past president of the Chicago Veterinary Medical Association and has sat on many veterinary committees at both the state and national levels.
Dr. Faeh and her husband share their home with their three sons, as well as Bremy and Ady, their French bulldogs, and Sasha, a Himalayan kitty.
Dr. Staudacher graduated from Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine after doing his undergraduate work in biology at the University of Northern Iowa. He has been in practice since 1997 and is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association, and the Chicago Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Staudacher has a special interest in ophthalmology and ultrasound. He also enjoys practicing preventive medicine and surgery. He enjoys spending his free time with his wife, 5 children, 7 dogs, 30 chickens, 4 goats, 2 pot-bellied pigs, 2 sheep, 2 donkeys, 28 ducks, 2 turkeys, 2 geese, and a horse. He also enjoys watching and playing sports.
Dr. Bufton graduated from Purdue University Veterinary Medical College. Until her arrival at Elmhurst Animal Care Center, she was a relief doctor and has worked in the Chicagoland area. Dr. Bufton enjoys small animal and exotic medicine and surgery. Over a 12-year span, she also volunteered time at the Brookfield Zoo, John G. Shedd Aquarium, and Willowbrook Wildlife Center.
She shares her home with Mina, an 8-year-old English bulldog; Speck, an 8-year-old polydactyl (meaning many toes) kitty; and Joe, a firebellied toad. Much to Joe's chagrin, Hardrock and Coco have passed away.
One of Dr. Bufton's favorite pasttimes is to make the staff laugh. As Dr. Bufton states, "Hard work and laughter are good for the soul!”
Dr. Harris completed his undergraduate degree in animal sciences at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. He also obtained his veterinary degree at the University of Illinois. He has a special interest in ophthalmology and surgery.
Outside of work, some of Dr. Harris’ interests include playing the guitar, bass, and drums and working on cars. He also enjoys spending time with his pets: a black lab named Jeff and a cat named Handsome Cat.
Dr. Langer was born and grew up in southern Maine. He completed his bachelor of arts degree in biology at the University of Rochester in upstate New York followed by his doctorate of veterinary medicine at the University of Illinois. Dr. Langer's professional interests include internal medicine, ophthalmology, and infectious disease. He also enjoys practicing exotic animal medicine and aquatic medicine.
Outside of work, Dr. Langer enjoys spending time outdoors, traveling, playing many different sports and woodworking. One of his favorite hobbies is designing and keeping aquariums, several of which he has in his home. Dr. Langer lives on the north side of Chicago with his wife Amanda and their cat Gus.
Dr. Ethan Mosley received his veterinary degree from Michigan State University in 2008. He got his start in 1996 when he worked in the kennel at an animal hospital in Canton, MI. After moving to Illinois in 2009, and working for a few years at Elmhurst Animal Care Center and other area clinics. Dr. Mosley is thrilled to be the official ER Veterinarian for The Pet Experts and to provide emergency services for your pets. In addition to general medicine and soft tissue surgery, Dr. Mosley has a particular interest in ophthalmology and ultrasound.
He and his wife and three children share their home with Abby, a beagle mix, and their cat, Sparta. In his free time, Dr. Mosley enjoys reading, hiking, and watching hockey.
Dr. Doemland was born and grew up in Downers Grove, Illinois. She completed her Bachelor of Science at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois followed by her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at University of Illinois. Dr. Doemland's professional interests include surgery, dermatology, and internal medicine. She also enjoys working with exotic species.
Outside of work, Dr. Doemland enjoys playing tennis, cooking, running, and traveling. Most of all, she enjoys spending time with her two rescue dogs, Thelma and Louise.
Dr. Zebold obtained her veterinary degree from the University of Illinois after doing her undergraduate work in zoology at Miami University in Ohio. Her major interests include soft tissue surgery and behavior medicine.
In her free time, Dr. Zebold enjoys hiking, spending time on the lake, and doing agility with her cattle dog/ lab mix, Payton (Walter, not Manning!). She also loves football and is an avid Chicago Bear’s fan.
Dr. Lee earned his DVM degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. After spending 2.5 years in Caribbean, he completed his clinical year training at Oklahoma State University. He attended Binghamton Univeristy in New York and obtained an undergraduate degree in mathematics. His current general interests are diagnostic imaging and emergency medicines. He is a current member of AVMA and ISVMA.
In free time, he loves to play sports. He enjoys spending time with his fiance, Grace, and 4 furred family members.
Leslie Shibovich, Hospital Manager
Leslie has been with Elmhurst Animal Care Center since 1997. She annually attends the Western Veterinary Conference to better her management skills, as well as attends various classes on computer programs. She thoroughly enjoys the business aspect of the practice but looks forward to speaking with clients and helping with all their needs.
When not working, Leslie enjoys spending time with her daughter and her dogs.