Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, Dr. Oldach attended the University of Maryland, College Park, where she studied Animal Science. She went on to attend veterinary school at Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, earning her DVM. After graduating, she completed a small animal rotating internship at Ohio State before undergoing a three year Cardiology residency at UC Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. Furthering her education at UC Davis, Dr. Oldach also completed a Cardiology research fellowship with a focus in feline cardiomyopathy. She became a board-certified veterinary cardiologist and joined our team at SVRC in 2020.
Dr. Oldach is a board-certified Cardiologist, whose professional interests include Cardiomyopathies, degenerative valve disease, and feline cardiac disease. She is passionate about working as a part of an integrated team with the owner, patient, referring veterinarian, and other specialists to formulate care plans that are individualized for each patient and situation.
In her spare time, Dr. Oldach enjoys long-distance trail-riding with her horse, Flower, and hiking, trail-running, camping, and stand-up paddle boarding with her husband (a human doctor) and dog. In addition to Flower, who is an Arabian Mare, they have a super-mutt dog, Zorro, a Siamese mix named Lyanna, and a Bengal named Bagheera.