Randall Herman, DVM
Education: University of Minnesota
Randall Herman DVM was born in September 1950 in the city of Minneapolis. He graduated from Southwest High School in 1968. He attended the University of Minnesota and graduated in 1975 with a Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Medicine as well as receiving his doctorate.
In 1976 he opened the doors to New Hope Animal Hospital. The hospital is located in the city of New Hope, which is a northwest suburb of Minneapolis. His vision was to provide quality veterinary care to the residents and pets of the northwest suburbs of Minneapolis. Little did he realize that he would touch and be touched by so many lives over past 40 years. He has treated the families and pets of multiple generations.
In 1971 he married his high school sweetheart. It was love at first sight. His wife Lory, to this day, remains his wife and best friend. He has three children and their spouses, six grandchildren as well as four grand dogs. He currently resides in Plymouth Minnesota.
Dr Herman was a founding member of the the Veterinary Hospital Association and Affiliated Emergency Veterinary Service. He has served on the board of directors of the Affiliated Emergency Veterinary Service. He is currently a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners, American Veterinary Medical Association, Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association and Animal Care Foundation. This year he will receive a lifetime membership in the MVMA for 40 continuous years of membership.
In 1978 New Hope Animal Hospital was certified by the American Animal Hospital Association. The American Animal Hospital Association is the only organization to accredit companion veterinary hospitals. Accredited hospitals hold themselves to a higher standard. Pets are their passion, and keeping them healthy is their #1 priority. They strive to deliver excellent care for pets- because they deserve nothing less.
Dr Herman’s interests include general medicine as well as the technology of veterinary care. New Hope Animal Hospital adopted electronic medical records, digital radiography and in house laboratory testing long before many hospitals. These changes were visionary and were adopted long before what is considered the norm today. His professional interests include general medicine, abdominal ultrasonography as well as echocardiography. He is certified in ultrasound by the University of Illinois EVP program. He has also received advance training in veterinary chiropractic as well as Low Level Laser Therapy. The veterinary profession is always evolving. Staying current is a high priority.
Dr Herman’s personal interests include spending time with his friends and family as well as taking long walks and bicycling. He has played golf in at the past and may pick up a few rounds, when the weather permit’s. He has done some traveling and has visited many parts of the United Stated and other countries such as England, France, Netherlands, Israel and Jordan.
Going forward he would like to continue serving the families and pets that have given him so many wonderful moments and memories over the last 40 plus years.