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Out of Office

Dr. Humphreys will be unavailable from May 23 through July 1, 2024, while on maternity leave.

Large animal internal medicine consults
 

From one veterinarian to another

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Testimonial

"Dr. Humphreys has been an invaluable asset to my small solo mixed practice in the mountains. She has made herself extremely available, is incredibly knowledgeable and has helped me save lives as well as know when it was time to quit fighting the inevitable. Her compassion and knowledge are only surpassed by her thoroughness in researching obscure papers for the most rare and unique of diseases of both the horses and goats I see every day and the cria I see only in crisis. This service is also a boon in that it is not local and there are no egos in the game, you are able to have a frank conversation without judgement, with another professional equally dedicated to helping your patient. Clearly, I cannot overstate her value, but I consider myself lucky to have found this resource to help with the tricky ones."

- Dr. Kaylee Senior, Earthly Creatures Veterinary Service

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About the Diplomate

Dr. Sarah Humphreys is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Large Animal). She graduated from veterinary school at UC Davis in 2016, after which she completed a year-long internship at University of Pennsylvania’s New Bolton Center and a year-long fellowship at Oregon State University. Following that she completed a 3-year residency in large animal internal medicine with an equine emphasis at UC Davis. Her expertise is primarily in horses, with a special interest in companion small ruminants, and additional experience in treating camelids, swine, and cattle.

Consulting Services

  • Consult performed solely through email

    Starting at $50
  • Brief to in-depth options available

    $50-150
  • Targeting one aspect of a case

    50 US dollars
  • Includes detailed report and follow-up

    150 US dollars
  • Develop farm-specific protocols for managing infectious diseases

    250 US dollars
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