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Stephanie MeyerStephanie Meyer, DVM

Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, Certified Veterinary Chiropractor and Equine Practitioner

Dr. Stephanie Meyer received her DVM from Texas A&M University in 2006. She then completed a one-year rotating internship in large-animal medicine and surgery at Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital in 2007. Dr. Meyer returned to Pilchuck after completing a three-year residency in 2010 in large-animal internal medicine at the University of Florida in Gainesville, and receiving certification as a large-animal acupuncturist from the Chi Institute in Ocala, Florida. In 2012, she received her certification in veterinary chiropractic at Options for Animals. Dr. Meyer's clinical expertise includes general internal medicine and large-animal acupuncture with special interests in equine cardiology, neonatal emergency and critical care, and complementary medicine modalities, including acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. Dr. Meyer’s outside interests include her two horses, Luke and Raleigh. While Luke is her favorite pasture pet, Raleigh lives to work and enjoys jumping, cross country and some dressage. In fact, Dr. Meyer grew up participating in western pleasure riding but only started competing in amateur jumping in the last two years. When she isn't riding, Dr. Meyer enjoys outdoor activities with her husband and four dogs.


Stephanie MeyerJoanne Fehr, DVM, MS, DACVS

Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, Certified Veterinary Chiropractor and Equine Practitioner

Originally from England, Dr. Fehr is a 1993 graduate of the University of Wisconsin, College of Veterinary Medicine. She completed an internship at the Young-Crawford Clinic in Alberta, Canada, followed by a surgical residency at Colorado State University. After becoming a board-certified surgeon, Dr. Fehr stayed on at CSU for another year as an emergency clinician before going into private practice in Alberta, Canada, in 1998. Since joining Pilchuck’s large-animal staff in 2000, Dr. Fehr has become very involved in the medical and surgical treatment of llamas and alpacas, as well as in her areas of special interest in the diagnosis and treatment of colic and laminitis. In 2008, she changed positions to provide full-time emergency coverage for the equine hospital. Dr. Fehr has had a long-term interest in integrative medicine and recently invested in this specialty by becoming a Certified Veterinary Chiropractor and Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist. After years of treating some of the most difficult lameness and general health cases, she is excited to incorporate this avenue of evaluation and treatment for both large- and small-animal patients.