Born and raised in a suburb on the east side of Cleveland, Ohio, Dr. Greco obtained her veterinary degree from Ohio State University in 1986. She then moved to Maryland where she practiced at a multiple-doctor small animal hospital for 18 years. After moving back to Ohio in August of 2004, she worked as a relief veterinarian where she found Niles Veterinary Clinic to be her favorite assignment. She accepted a permanent, position as associate veterinarian at Niles Veterinary Clinic in January 2006. She chose NVC because of its commitment to a higher standard of care, and its efforts to make each patient’s visit as fear free as possible. She enjoys educating clients towards the best preventive care for their individual pets, including positive training methods; and in understanding the recommended diagnostics and treatment plans for sick patients to improve their quality of life.
She lives with her husband, 2 dogs, and 4 cats on a small farm in Amish country outside of Middlefield, Ohio. She enjoys keeping her two border collies busy with walks on the farm, frisbee and ball catching, and trained as stock dogs with their small flock of sheep. Her other interests include gardening, bird watching, furniture refinishing, photography, and traveling