8009 Gunn Highway
Tampa, FL 33626
Tel. 813 920-0566
Fax. 813 920-0549
Dr. Langbehn has been practicing veterinary medicine for thirty-eight years. In 2008 he had the honor of being elected Hillsborough County’s Veterinarian of the year. Dr. Langbehn earned his degree in Veterinary medicine from Purdue University in 1971, followed by an internship of fifteen months at Rowley Animal Hospital in Springfield, Massachusetts. Dr. Langbehn and his wife Christine, have three children: Kyle, Karen and Jessica.
Dr. Saleh lived in the Netherlands from ages 1-5 then moved to Curacao for ages 5-17. In 1984 he received his undergraduate degree from the University of Florida. He acquired his veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia in 1988. After working in private practice for four years in New Jersey, he moved to Tampa in 1991, a short time later, he joined Ehrlich animal hospital with Dr. Langbehn. Dr. Saleh enjoys treating dogs cats, avian, and exotic pets. Dr. Saleh always had an interest in medicine, but believed that being able to treat animals from the day they were born until the end of their life and be there for them the whole way was more rewarding. Dr. Saleh’s favorite thing about working at Ehrlich Animal Hospital is being part of a team of very dedicated and passionate people whose mission is to give animals the best possible quality of life. When Dr. Saleh isn’t working, he enjoys watersports, soccer, gardening, donating blood, and playing classical guitar. He is also certified in many things, like CPR, SCUBA, and disaster training. Dr. Saleh’s furry children include a yellow Labrador named Odessa who was rescued from a breeder. She has some nerve damage, which affects her eye. She is also a blood donor. He also has two beagles, Mia, who was abandoned at a dog park & Rooney who was tied to a tree and left in front of someone’s home. His most recent addition is Rosa. Dr. Saleh adopted Rosa from Curacao where she was born with cataracts. She had undergone surgery and has had one of her lenses replaced. She will require life-long eye medications, but she is happy, playful and was a great addition to the Saleh pack!
Dr. Danielson is one of the five veterinarians here at Ehrlich Animal Hospital. He has a background in Field Biology, and Zoology. He has been a part of the Ehrlich team since 1994. His interests are particularly in exotic animals as well as companion animals. Dr. Danielson graduated from The University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994. He has two dogs, Alex, and Daisy, whom was heartworm positive, had many broken teeth, and needed lots of love. He also has six cats, two mice, and one fish. Dr. Danielson has spent time at the Howl Wild Life Center in Seattle, Washington, and the Pittsburg Zoo. He also spent time in Peru, where he aided in setting up a wildlife rehabilitation center that helps reestablish wild animals that were kept as pets in the wild. Dr. Danielson is currently affiliated with many rescue groups. Dr. Danielson treats dogs, cats, avian, and exotic pets. He fosters kittens involved in the Ehrlich adoption program, and he is an avid reader, tinkerer, gardener, hiker, and most importantly a caring father.
Dr. Wynn was raised in Colorado. She attended the University of Colorado and graduated with a biology degree in 1991. After college, she moved to Florida to train dolphins in a marine animal park in the Florida Keys. Before attending veterinary school, she also worked at an emergency hospital here in Tampa. She also volunteered in a zoo in Colorado. Dr. Wynn received her veterinary degree from Colorado State University in 2000. Dr Wynn has been happily working at Ehrlich Animal Hospital since then.
Dr. Wynn’s pets include a dog and a cat. The dog was a stray that her new husband found at work. The cat was adopted from a client who found a litter of kittens. In her spare time, Dr. Wynn likes to boat, dive and volunteer at Big Cat Rescue. At Big Cat Rescue, Dr. Wynn provides veterinary services for lions, tigers, bobcats and other exotic cats.
Dr. Allen was born in New York, but moved at a very early age to Arizona. She became a part of the Ehrlich team in 2011. She was first drawn to the veterinary field when she was a young child, claiming she wanted to be a “doggie doctor”. Dr. Allen earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science, with a minor in Anatomy and Neurobiology, in 1997, from Colorado State University. She obtained her degree in veterinary medicine from Perdue University in 2001. She completed a rotating small animal medicine and surgery internship at Florida Veterinary Specialists, now known as Blue Pearl, in 2002. She has worked in small animal private practice for most of her career, but also worked in the emergency department at FVS/Tampa. Dr. Allen is also a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist.
Dr. Allen’s believes that there is no other hospital like Ehrlich Animal Hospital. As a relief doctor, years ago, she visited and worked in many hospitals, and Ehrlich is the only place she would dream of calling home. She thinks our nursing staff is the most talented, educated, caring, and compassionate group that she has worked with. “They make my job so much fun!”
When Dr. Allen isn’t here, she enjoys going to the beach, gardening, and doing whatever her children are doing! She also has two furry children, Apple, a English Mastiff, and Ryong, a Rottweiler.
Dr. Johnson is the newest addition to the Ehrlich Animal Hospital family. She is originally from New Port Richey where she grew up with Golden Retrievers and several rescue cats. She received her undergraduate degree in Biology/Pre-Veterinary from the University of Florida and is a new graduate from the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine’s class of 2016.
During the summer of 2013, Dr. Johnson traveled to Honduras to participate in a spay/neuter clinic and has completed a Shelter Medicine externship in Asheville, NC. She also has a special interest in dentistry and internal medicine.
Dr. Johnson loves the client-oriented atmosphere and excellent patient care at Ehrlich Animal Hospital and says the staff is one of the best groups of people she’s had the opportunity to work with. In her free time, she likes to rock climb, hike, kayak and spend time at the beach. She currently has one pet, a very non-photogenic cat named Luna whom she rescued while working as a veterinary technician in Gainesville while earning her undergraduate degree.