Sarah is a highly accomplished veterinary professional with a wealth of expertise in emergency and critical care. As a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, she has acquired comprehensive knowledge and skills in this specialised field.
Sarah’s professional journey has taken her to both university and private practice ICUs, where she has honed her abilities in providing life-saving care to animals in critical conditions. Additionally, she holds a Masters degree in veterinary education, demonstrating her dedication to advancing the knowledge and skills of future veterinarians.
Sarah’s contribution to the veterinary field extends beyond her clinical work, having written articles on a wide range of topics including pain assessment, analgesia, toxicology, transfusion medicine, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and veterinary education. Her research and publications serve as valuable resources for veterinary professionals seeking evidence-based practices to improve patient outcomes.
Alongside her professional achievements, Sarah has built a diverse and loving family of animals. Her current menagerie includes two golden retrievers, two cats, three horses, and a collection of chickens, showcasing her passion for providing a nurturing and compassionate home for animals in need.