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, David Goldwasser & Diane Dodd
Adirondack Vetrinary Hospital
Goff Rd
Westport, NY USA
Submitted by:
Jay Ward
AuSable Valley Alpacas
Comments: Drs Dodd & Goldwasser both care for our alpacas and do it well. They also service another alpaca herd and some llamas. Both are interested in camelids and continuing to learn. Both attended the vet seminar we hosted w/ Dr Steve Purdy.
Adams DVM, Fred

Reeses Mill Rd
Keyser, WV USA
(304) 788-7868
Submitted by:
Anona Tase
Alpacas Under the Rainbow
Comments: Down to Earth personality. Extremely involved in educating himself about camelids and attends many seminars and clinics an added plus is he keeps us informed about whats going on with camelids.
Agle DVM, J. Larry
Buckeye Veterinary Service LLV
16275 Claridon-Troy Road
Burton, OH USA
Submitted by:
Joyce and Greg White
Tinkers Creek Alpacas LLC
Comments: Dr.Agle has been caring for alpacas for the last 10+ years. He has extensive reproduction, ulstrasound, birthing and routine alpaca experience. Dr. Agle also excells in horse care. He graduated from OSU College of Veterinary Medicine.
Bailey, Sarah
Sunbury Animal Hospital
400 State St
Sunbury , PA USA
Submitted by:
Jane Korbar
Patchwork Farm Alpacas
Comments: Sarah has been great. She is very knowledgable of current camelid information and treatments. She doesn't hurry thru and is very easy and gentle with the animals.
Baxendell, Kathy
Groton City Animal Hospital
794 Cortland Road (Rt. 222)
Groton, NY USA
Submitted by:
Brenda and Ken Clark
Alpacas of Tartan Acres
Comments: Dr. Baxendell has been working with camelids for some time now and is doing an excellent job. Her knowledge is always increasing and she is always looking to learn more about our wonderful animals. Farm visits are no issue and always prove to be very educational to the owners. We highly recomend her and feel very fortunate to have a vet who is so personable and possesses a such strong knowledge base. Our herd thanks her for taking such good care of them.
Behrends, David
Blanco Veterinary Clinic
1494 Loop 163
Blanco, TX USA
Submitted by:
Rhonda Deschner
Tierra Prometida Alpacas
Bennett, Fred
Lisbon Veterinary Clinic
8100 Race Road
Lisbon, OH USA
Submitted by:
Diana Ritchie
Lisbon Veterinary Clinic
Comments: Dr. Bennett treats both large and small animals at Lisbon Veterinary Clinic. Please visit www.lisbonvetclinic.com for more information on Dr. Bennett and the services that LVC provides.
Bercier, Danielle
Equine Medical Services
15828 South Blvd.
Silverhill, AL 36576 USA
Submitted by:
Jodie Nash & Nancy Gaylor
Charmed Alpacas
Comments: Truely cares about the alpacas and stays up to date with alpaca medicine. Very thorough. Highly recommend.
Bezek, David
David Bezek, DVM,PHD
8681 Colf Rd.
Carleton, MI USA
Submitted by:
Helen Arocha-Lezama
Cielito Lindo Alpaca Ranch
Comments: Down to Earth personality Extremely involved in educating himself about camelids and attends many seminars and clinics an added plus is he keeps us informed about whats going on with camelids by sending us monthly newsletters and a monthly calendar letting us know where he's at daily and when our next visit is due.
Bodahewa, Ajith
Dr. A.P. Bodahewa
Veterinary office , Maskeliya,Sri Lanka
Nuwara Elya, XX Sri Lanka
Submitted by:
S. Morgan
ADRA sri lanka
Comments: He is keen on veterinarian
Brasch, Steve
Skylands Veterinary Service
10 Ann Marie Lane
Wantage, NJ USA
Submitted by:
Mike & Natalie Burger
Hidden Pastures, LLC
Comments: Steve is a great large animal vet that enjoys his work with camelids. He has a nice touch and manner with clients and alpacas!
Brown, Dr, Kristy
Leon Valley Veterinary Service
7369 Kate Avenue
Sparta, WI USA
Submitted by:
Heidi Ellefson
Pheasant Ridge Alpacas
Comments: Dr. Brown specializes in Camelid medicine, surgery and reproduction. 90% of her practice is llamas, alpacas, and horses.
Brykbill, Kevin
Millerstown Veterinary Associates

Millerstown, PA USA
Submitted by:
Michele Schroepfer
Iron Mountain Alpacas
Comments: This vet has been wonderful to us throught our alpaca learning experience. Their office just added two more vets with camelid experience also. Highly recommended.
Cameron, DVM, Tom
DeForest Veterinary Clinic
416 Mohican Pass
DeForest, WI USA
(608) 846-3933
Submitted by:
Stephen Hull
TimberLake Farms
Comments: A former large animal vet who also owns alpacas and llamas. He uses standard and alternative therapies (certified) in his small animal and camelid practice. He is big on prevention and communicates well with clients.
Cangelosi, Amy
Dr. Amy's Vet Care
444 Sprague Town Rd
Greenwich, NY USA
(518) 692-2685
Submitted by:
Jay Ward
AuSable Valley Alpacas
Comments: Dr Amy attended the vet seminar we hosted w/ Dr Steve Purdy on our farm. Very interested in camelids.
Childress, Dr. Brandy
Sand Mountain Large Animal Clinic
900 Broad Street South
Fyffe, AL USA
Submitted by:
Linda Rosenbaum
My Sweet Alpaca
Comments: Dr. Brandy serves the northeast corner of Alabama and into Georgia. She is able to come out to your farm when needed and if it isn't an urgent issue, you can take your alpacas to her office. With her knowledge base, she is willing to help out where ever she can, even if it isn't camelid related. She is very knowledgeable and is always refreshing her education with the animals.
Clymer, Shad
Snowy Range Veterinary Clinic
3025 Ft. Sanders Dr
Laramie, WY 82070 USA
Submitted by:
Pat Mujica
Aconcagua Alpaca Farm L.L.C
Comments: Dr. Clymer is great with alpacas. He is very good and I highly recommend him.
Cotton, Toni
Dr. Toni Cotton DVM

Findlay, OH USA
Submitted by:
Jim and Cathie Hulbert
J. C. Alpaca Farm
Comments: Dr. Toni Cotton graduated from The Ohio State University in 1990. She then spent one year abroad in Morocco as a veterinarian for the Peace Corps. She started her own specialty practice, Camelid Veterinary Services, in 1994. She has traveled to Peru several times over the past 5 years. Her activites in Peru varied from the selection of alpacas for importation, speaking at the Alpacafest 2000 and trekking through the altiplano with llamas. She is an adjunct professor the the Camelid Health Program at The Ohio State University. She is the ORVLA representative to the Llama Medical Research Group. She specializes in camelid reproduction and has small herd of suri alpacas. Her love and passion for her work and the animals continues to grow!
DeMumbrum, Lisa
Westgate Pet Clinic
114 Westgate Mall
Madison, WI USA
Submitted by:
Bev Laue
L&L Trail's End Alpacas
Edmunds, Elizabeth
Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital

Snohomish, WA USA
360 568 3111
Submitted by:

Fallon, Tim
Cornerstone Veterinary Hospital
Route 125
Epping, NH USA
Submitted by:
Peter Buckingham
Folsom Farm
Comments: Very good camelid vet for many years.
Farmer, Wil
Midwest Equine Vet
10493 N. Roanoke Rd.
Roanoke, IN USA
Submitted by:
Liz & Lee Clark
Turkey Creek Alpacas
Farris, Sandi
Harmony Veterinary Services

Willow, AK USA
Submitted by:
Julie Kookogey
Hidden Birch Alpacas
FAye, Brandy
Newwaukum Valley Vet Services

Chehali, WA USA
Submitted by:
Penny Holbrook
Black Hills Alpacas
Comments: Wonderful, knowledgable camelid and large animal vet. Has completed the camelid program at WSU. Very caring and handles the alpacas gently
Flanery, Coreen
Mercer Mobile Vet
400 Otter Street
Mercer, PA USA
Submitted by:
Laurye Feller
Sunset Hills Farm Alpacas
Comments: Dr. Flanery has had over 4 years of current experience with alpacas and trained at UC Davis where camelids were part of her veterinary study. We have been extremely pleased with Dr. Flanery's attention to our alpacas and the skill with which she carries out her practice. Dr. Flanery will be attending OSU's Camelid Veterinary Conference March 2002.
Flory, John M.
Deschutes Animal Clinic, Inc. P.S.
7248 Capitol Blvd.
Tumwater, WA USA
Submitted by:
Dawn Turbyfill, Herd/Breeding Manager
Cedar Grove Alpacas, LLC
Comments: Dr. Flory has been actively practicing Camelid medicine, specializing in alpacas since 1985, helping to blaze the way in camelid medicine, including vitamin deficiency and Rickets. He has been an absolute Godsend to us and our alpacas, using the least invasive proceedures necessary to treat the animal. We agree with him that the alpaca heals themselves, we just provide them with the means in which to do it. Dr. Flory always seems to be the happy-go-lucky sort, always whistling a tune and has a fabulous sense of humor. He is also always happy to answer any question or give sage advice regarding health and welfare of the animals we so love. Dr. Flory also has a great vet working with him at the clinic who is "all about alpacas", Dr. L. E. Castle.
Frey, Richard
Loomis Basin Veterinary Clinic
3901 Sierra College Boulevard
Loomis, CA USA
(916) 652-5816
Submitted by:
Chris & Susan Lehner
Champion Alpacas
Comments: Dr. Frey has been working with camelids for over 30 years. He is a very knowledgeable and caring vet. We highly recommend him.
Gardner-Graff, DVM, Kimberly
TOT Corporation
18485 East Forest Drive
Monument, CO USA
Submitted by:
Sharon Lamka Hegeman
Alpacas In The Forest
Comments: Dr. Kim is certainly one of the best camelid vets in the Colorado area. Dr. Kim is extremely professional and keeps each and everyone one of us well informed with the newest healthcare technologies. When she goes on vacation, we all go into panic attacks! We need to clone her.
Gillette, Jack
Wildflower Veterinary
6010 260th Street East
Graham, WA USA
Submitted by:
Judith L. Gibson
Sensei Alpacas
Comments: Dr. Gillette hs owned and worked with camelids since 1986. He is very professional, caring, and has a great sense of humor. He takes care in taking care of your animals.
Gordon, Eric
Lisbon Veterinary Clinic
8100 Race Road
Lisbon , OH USA
Submitted by:
Diana Ritchie
Lisbon Veterinary Clinic
Comments: Dr. Gordon visits farms everyday to treat large animals. Please visit www.lisbonvetclinic.com for more information on Dr. Gordon and the services provided by Lisbon Veterinary Clinic
Grimmett, Jenni Lyn
Triton Vet Services

Submitted by:
Sarah Pinkerton
Rockford Bay Ranch
Comments: Jenni is a great vet. She lives around the Sandpoint area, & is very knowledgeable about alpacas, etc. She has worked with Snowmass Alpacas as well, & is sweet, & not 'proud'. Easy to be around & will answer you questions honestly.
Grover, Chris
Piedmont Veterinary Services

Keene, VA USA
Submitted by:
Carolyn Hitchcock
Cameron Mountain Alpacas
Comments: Superb vet with many years of experience (Worked with Lanark for years). Chris and a second camelid vet, Karen Digeorgis, both make farm calls and one of them is always on call (24/7). Both are easy to talk to and considerate and obviously love their work.
Hardy, Elizabeth
Twin Pines Animal Hospital

Bothell, WA USA
Submitted by:
Marc Carstensen
Comments: Dr. Hardy has been seeing llamas/alpacas and small ruminants in the Seattle area for the last 7 years. She does farm calls as well.
Hardy, Elizabeth
Twin Pines Animal Hospital

Bothell, WA USA
Submitted by:

Comments: info@twinpinesanimal.com www.twinpinesanimal.com
Hartman, DVM, Wendy
Hill Winds Veterinary Practice
553 Death Valley Road 553 Death Valley Road
Johnson City, NY USA
Submitted by:
Jay Ward
AuSable Valley Alpacas
Comments: Dr Hartman is licensed in both NY & PA. Dr Hartman is strictly a large aninal vet including camelids. She attended a seminar presented by Dr Steve Purdy of UMass Camelid Studies Program that we hosted at our farm.
Henry, Heather
Creekview Veterinary Services
1112 Oyster Mill Road
Camp Hill, PA USA
Submitted by:
Dale & Debra Zulli
Alpacaholic Acres
Comments: Dr. Henry is an excellent, very experienced camelid Vet.
Hirsch, Susie
Carmel Animal Hospital
7115 n. 19th avenue
Phoenix, AZ USA
(602) 995- 1149
Submitted by:
Elizabeth Rupert & John Pollock
Vanity Alpacas
Hoagland, Patricia
Ottawa Veterinary Hosp.
Rt. 6
Ottawa, IL USA
Submitted by:
Ed and Karen Rogers
Apple Tree Acres Alpacas
Comments: When we first purchased our animals we had trouble finding a vet. Dr. Hoagland came to our rescue. Farm calls are no problem. She has taken the time to study up on camelids and is receptive to learning more. She has access to the staff and labs of the University of Illinois. Dr. Hoadgland gets an A+ from us and our animals.
Hodson, Shane
Farmersville Veterinary Clinic
4830 Farmersville Rd
Farmersville, OH 45325 USA
Submitted by:
Cheryl Ross
Mount Ampato Alpacas
Comments: Dr. Hodson's developing a good knowledge of camelids having both alpaca and llama clients. Most important to us, he's always willing to admit when he doesn't have an answer and to help us to find one.
Hoskett, Scott
Hoskett Veterinary Clinic
4450 U.S. Route 68 North
Yellow Springs, OH USA
Submitted by:
Debra Gaskill
Checkered Flag Fibers
Comments: Best camelid vet is southwestern Ohio. Knows llamas and alpacas and uses holistic treatments when appropriate.
Hoskin, Mel
M&M Veterinary Laboratory
13615 Wabash Rd
Milan, MI USA
Submitted by:
Trudy Halley
Alpacas at Cloudy Pass
Jaques BVSc, Kristin
Adobe Animal Hospital
1600 Soquel Dr.
Santa Cruz, CA USA
Submitted by:

Jones, Paul
Woodburn Veterinary Clinic
225 S. Pacific Hwy
Woodburn, OR USA
Submitted by:
Christine Perala Gardiner
Suri Futures
Comments: Dr Jones and the Woodburn camelid team provide gold standard service for the north Willamette Valley.
Jones, David
Delaware Veterinary Practice
Castle Cary
, AL United Kingdom
01963 350307
Submitted by:
David and Amanda Poyner
Barton Alpacas
Comments: Delaware Vets have been helpful and very interested to learn about and happy to treat our animals. Not only David Jones, who is new to the practice, but Nick Perkins, is also very responsive. We feel we have peace of mind.
Kranz, Steve
Wellington Veterinary Clinic
St. Rt. 18
Wellington, OH USA
Submitted by:
Marcee L. Stephenson
The Criation Station
Comments: As the number of alpaca farms in Northern Ohio has continued to increase, Dr. Steve Kranz has risen to the top as a quality alpaca veterinarian. Knowledgeable about alpacas and reproduction. Has ultrasound machine (many local vets don't have the US machine).
Kranz, Steven
Wellington Veterinary Clinic
45015 State Route 18
Wellington, OH USA
440 647-4100
Submitted by:
Trisha Chesky
Terra Del Lago Alpaca Farm, LLC
Comments: Dr. Kranz is very good with the veterinary care he provides to our alpacas. He keeps up with the latest advancements in the treatment of our livestock. He communicates with Dr. Anderson at The Ohio State Vet School, along with other alpaca "experts". I feel secure with the veterinary care both Drs. Kranz and Sprange provide.
Krause, Andy
Wood Pond Veterinary Services
Wood Pond Rd.
Haverill, NH USA
603 989-5320
Submitted by:
Karen Shaw
Moonacre Farm
Comments: Andy is up to date on alpaca health issues and is an absolute reproduction whiz. He enjoys his work with alpacas and it shows. He is conservative and spends time analysing an animals overall health when treating. We think the world of him.
Lain, Leigh

8709 Tormey Rd
Sauquoit, NY USA
Submitted by:
Jay Ward
AuSable Valley Alpacas
Comments: Dr Lain attended the vet seminar we hosted w/ Dr Steve Purdy on our farm. Very interested in camelids.
Langhofer, Marty
Western Veterinary Clinic
25190 SR 2
South Bend, IN USA
Submitted by:
Liz & Lee Clark
Turkey Creek Alpacas
Ley, Bill
Rectortown Equine Center
8446 Maidstone Rd
Rectortown, VA USA
Submitted by:
Lynn Blake
Mayhem Farm
Comments: Dr. Ley is an Equine Reproduction Specialist, but don't let that fool you, he is also EXCELLENT with our alpacas.
Long, Pat
Eastgate Veterinary Clinic
33888 SE Peoria Rd
Corvallis, OR USA
Submitted by:
Sharon & John Weber
Lost Valley Alpaca Ranch
Comments: I would like to highly recommend to any alpaca breeder, Dr. Pat Long. Here is his bio;

Dr. Long is a well-known veterinarian specializing in camelid health and treatment. He received his DVM in 1976 from Kansas State University. After serving a 5- year stint in the U.S. Army, he entered private veterinary practice in Oregon. As the owner of a four-person mixed animal practice, Eastgate Veterinary Clinic in Corvallis, OR, Pat spends about half of his professional time caring for llamas and alpacas.

He is a co-author of Llama and Alpaca Neonatal Care an absolute must-have reference book for alpaca owners. Dr. Long has been an invited speaker at camelid events worldwide. He has authored numerous articles published in Alpacas Magazine as well as a chapter on herd health in the Veterinary Clinics of North America Llama Medicine. Dr. Long currently sits on the ARF Board and is Board liaison to the Development Committee.

Long, Pat
Eastgate Vetrinary Clinic
33888 SE Peoria Rd
Corvallis, OR USA
Submitted by:
Sherm and Cindy Whitlock
Mountain Jewel Alpacas of Oregon
Comments: Many years of experience with Camelids, great teacher!
Lubbers, Scot
Amazia Veterinary Service
P.O. Box 87
Brush Prairie, WA USA
Submitted by:
Ken and Tammy Derrick
Alpacas of Lavender Lane
Comments: Dr. Lubbers is very personable and attends clinics and seminars to keep himself and his clients informed of current treatment practices used within the camelid community.
Lucia, Patricia
Stack Hospital for Pets
100 Mill St
Fayetteville, NY USA
Submitted by:
Jay Ward
AuSable Valley Alpacas
Comments: Dr Lucia attended the vet seminar we hosted w/ Dr Steve Purdy on our farm. Very interested in camelids.
Massie, Tom
Rose Hill Vet Practice
21 Christmas Tree Lane
Washington, VA USA
Submitted by:
Marian Bragg
Freestate Llamas
Comments: Fabulous vet, extremely knowledgeable, willing to do whatever it takes to help you save an animal. And OMG, he is fast when it comes to castrations! My animals barely knew I had them out of the barn and it was over. I rely heavily on this vet practice and can't say enough good things about them. Lots of camelid experience.
Masterson, Margaret
OSU Large Animal Services
16410 County Home Road
Marysville, OH USA
(937) 642-2936
Submitted by:
Christie Osborn
Christies Dream Weaving Suris
Comments: She is AWESOME! Very helpful, answers questions, if she can't get to the farm we can haul to their brand new facility. She will do prebreeding exams, ultrasounds, fecals, IGG etc. They are a different part of OSU that teaches the students. I'm not sure how large the area is that they travel, but they could tell you if you call. Her e-mail is: masterson.2@osu.edu It can't hurt to give them a call if you are in the surrounding areas.Reasonable rates for farm calls, then they charge mostly by the hour.
Mathews, Donna
Luray Animal Clinic
Main St.
Luray, VA USA
Submitted by:
Lynn Blake
Mayhem Farm
Comments: FANTASTIC vet - reproductive specialist. Always responsive, if you like direct, to the point, and no fluff, you will positively love Donna.
McKee, John
Paws 'N' Claws
Salisbury, MD USA
Submitted by:
Amy Robb
Long Meadow Farm
Comments: Also a breeder of Suri Alpacas.
McMahon, Tom
Pocatalico Animal Clinic
6440A Starlight Dr.
Sissonville, WV USA
Submitted by:
Barbara Gentry
Healing Hills Alpacas
Comments: Tom has been in practice 20 years and lately has taken camelid workshops with LaRue Johnson from his alma mater Colorado State University. He is tireless, patient, and very knowledgeable -- a veritable saint.
McNeil, Rob
Lakewood Veterinary Service
P.O. Box 126, Route 243
Rushford, NY USA
585-437-5120 & 585-968-0205
Submitted by:
Wren Owens
Close-Knit Alpacas
Comments: "Dr. Rob" is an experienced, excellent camelid veterinarian with ultrasound capabilities.
Meyer, Thomas
Mountain View Veterinary Hospital
13914 NE 16th Avenue
Vancouver, WA USA
Submitted by:
Ken and Tammy Derrick
Alpacas of Lavender Lane
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Comments: Dr. Meyer is an excellent, experienced camelid vet who has taken care of our alpacas this past year. He always gives thorough exams and is willing to answer any questions or concerns about camelid breeding, birthing, etc.
Meyer, Thomas
Mountain View Veterinary Hospital
13914 N.E. 16th Avenue
Vancouver, WA USA
Submitted by:
Sharon Roe
Caviar & Shoo's Alpacas
Miller, Dana
Miller Veterinary Services
17295 E 2100th Street
Atkinson, IL USA
Submitted by:
Joanne Brush
BrushWalker Alpacas
Comments: Outstanding vet! Both she and her partner Christina, have hands-on experince with camelids and have attending seminars/training specific to alpacas and llamas. I would highly recommend them.
Naylor, Ronny
Granbury Animal Clinic
1319 Lipan Hwy.
Granbury, TX USA
Submitted by:
We Know We Health
Copper Hill Ranch
Comments: Dr. Naylor is very knowledgable in the camellid health area. I feel so lucky to have found him.
Neal, Douglas
Oak Grove Animal Clinic
1604 Broadway
Oak Grove, MO USA
Submitted by:
Suzan Hillhouse
Hummingbird Ranch
Comments: Dr. Neal is wonderful with our alpacas and if he does not know the answer is directly on the phone to Kansas State to get the answer.
Nicoletti, Mike

100021-B Cleveland Ave.
E. Sparta, OH USA
330 866-1737
Submitted by:
Don and Carolyn Marquette
The AlpacaRosa
Comments: He owns alpacas also.
Ottosen, Dale
Cayuga Veterinary Services
Routes 5 & 20 (1532 Clark Street Rd)
Auburn, NY USA
(315) 253-7871
Submitted by:
Sarah Lamanna
Claddagh Farm
Comments: Dr. Ottosen not only has alpacas as patients, he owns them!
Pollard, Robert
Animal Medical Clinic
19624 Highway 108
Sonora, CA USA
(209) 532-5529
Submitted by:
David & Brenda Barboza
RanchoNC Alpacas
Comments: Dr. Rob Pollard is one of the most knowledgeable and experienced Camelid vets in North America. He is practices traditional medicine combining it with a homeopathic and an herbal approach. His lactation formula has been widely used for years with great success. His many herbal remedies are available at llamadocherbs.com.
Pollock, John
Tuft's University Ambulatory Services
P.O. Box 87
S. Woodstock, CT USA
Submitted by:
Pauline Hamel
Alpacas At Scotland Hill
Comments: We get exceptional care of our alpacas from Dr. Pollock. He is very caring and we like the way he handles the animals. He's a vet with a lot of heart. On most visits he will have anywhere from 1-3 students from Tuft's University with him. He has a great way of educating these students who really seem to enjoy learning from him.
Rosenberg D.V.M., Mark
Hurley Veterinary Hospital
509 Hurley Avenue
Hurley, NY USA
Submitted by:
Stephen and Anne Kent
Dutchtown Farms Alpacas
Comments: Dr. Rosenberg D.V.M has an excellent rapport with his clients and patients. He is very experienced with alpacas and llamas. The fact that he makes farms calls is an added convenience. We highly recommend his services.
Roueche, John
John Roueche DVM Large Animal Mobile Veterinarian
24899 San Fernando Road
Newhall, CA USA
Submitted by:
Jim & Darlene Crosby
Alpaca at the Motherlode/Motherlode Alpaca
Comments: Dr. John is a caring experienced vet. He services the Santa Clarita Valley area as well as Acton and Agua Dulce and surrounding areas. He has trained with Dr. LaRue Johnson a well known camelid vet. We are grateful to have him as our primary veterinarian.
Saletta, Liz
Kiel Veterinary Clinic
575 Belitz Dr
Kiel, WI USA
Submitted by:

Comments: Provides service to llamas, alpacas, and small ruminants. The clinic has a large animal hospital and the vet can perform castration surgeries in a hospital setting.
Schmucker, Gordon
Lisbon Veterinary Clinic
8100 Race Road
Lisbon, OH USA
Submitted by:
Diana Ritchie
Lisbon Veterinary Clinic
Comments: Dr. Schmucker treats dogs and cats at Lisbon Veterinary Clinic. Please visit www.lisbonvetclinic.com for more information on Dr. Schmucker and the services provided by Lisbon Vet Clinic
Schotman, Thomas
Lake Wales Veterinary Hospital
520 Mountain Lake Cutoff Rd.
Lake Wales, FL USA
Submitted by:
Jean Clemens
Tradition Farms Alpacas
Comments: Dr. Schotman is very knowledgeable in Camilids. He treats many Alpacas in his pratice and camilids are his specialty.
Seaman, Grant
Canisteo Veterinary Hospital
58 W. Main Street
Canisteo, NY USA
Submitted by:
Wren Owens
Close-Knit Alpacas
Comments: Dr. Seaman enjoys camelids very much and is always seeking to learn more. We have enjoyed working with him and have been impressed with his way with the alpacas and his perception and knowledge.
Silverman, Shari
Abbey Rose Veterinary Services
572 Sergeantsville RD
Flemington, NJ USA
Submitted by:

Comments: Dr Silverman is very enthusiastic about working with both experienced breeders and newcomers to the industry. Her practice deals with general medicine, preventative herd health, reproduction and neonatology. She is available for farm visits and educational seminars. Please call for more information or visit the website: www.abbeyrosevet.com
Smith, Jana
Hooves & Hummers
1841 Wellesley Drive
Thousand Oaks, CA USA
Submitted by:
Nancy & Jimmy Stepp
Rolling Thunder Farms
Comments: Dr. Jana is a caring and thorough vet. She is available for farms calls and travels with all the necessary equipment even an ultrasound. She has attended the Camelid Veterinary Clinics at Ohio State and Oregon State. She dreams of one day having a camelid hospital but in the meantime she has a great report with the local equine hospital. We feel very fortunate to have Dr. Jana.
Smith, Tom
Miford Veterinary Clinic
SR 15 North
Milford, IN USA
Submitted by:
Liz & Lee Clark
Turkey Creek Alpacas
Comments: Very caring individual & staff
Somerville, William
Somerville Animal Hospital
2089 E. State Rd 163
Submitted by:

Somerville, William
Somerville Animal Hospital
2089 E. State Rd 163
Clinton, IN USA
Submitted by:
Ann Sullivan, SP
White Violet Farm Alpacas
Comments: Absolutely superb!
Somerville, William
Somerville Animal Hospital
2089 E. State Rd 163
Clinton, IN USA
Submitted by:
Ann Sullivan, SP
White Violet Farm Alpacas
Comments: Absolutely superb!
Specht, Brenda
East Fork Mobile Veterinary Service

Batavia, OH USA
Submitted by:
Christiane Rudolf
Tanglewood Farm Alpacas
Comments: Dr. Specht has a 24-hr emergency Farm Call Service and deals with Horses, Livestock, Cats, Dogs, Llamas, Alpacas and Pot-Bellied Pigs. She has attended numerous Alpaca seminars and is very knowlegeable about camelids. I highly recommend Dr. Specht for anyone with Alpacas or Llamas in the S.W. Ohio area. Please visit our website at www.farmvet.biz
Stachowski, DVM, Dr. Anthony
Stachowski Alpacas
12648 State Route 44
Mantua, OH USA
Submitted by:
Cheryl Palmentera
C R Alpacas, Inc.
Comments: Dr. Stachowski has retired and sold his large animal practice but still services alpacas and llamas by appointment only. We trust him and rely on his 20+ years of experience with camelids. He has helped pioneer much of the camelid research along side Dr. Bravo from Peru, Dr. Anderson with OSU Camelid Clinic and many more.
Strickland, Barry V
Greene, Lewis & Associates, Inc.
17737 Highway 40
Coving ton, LA USA
985 - 893 - 3839
Submitted by:
Sandy Steffy
Whisper Soft Alpaca Farm
Comments: Greene, Lewis and Associates is a mulit-discipline equine veterinary practice that also offers experience from having been the attending veterinarians for one of the large herds of camelids in North America. During this experience many reproductive, as well as internal medicine, techniques were developed. Currently, there are three doctors on staff. Dr. Gary Greene, a theriogenologist, has given many seminars and lectures and also has written a charter in "Current Therapy in Large Animal Theriogenology", on llamas. Dr. Hunter Lewis and Barry Strickland are also associate veterinarians with interest in camelids.
Sudlow, Tracy
Bush Verterinary Services
2145 E. St. Rd. 18
Flora, IN USA
Submitted by:
Tim & Beth Sheets
Heritage Farm Suri Alpacas
Thibeault, Dennis
Green Valley Veterinary Services, LLC
35 Shuba Lane
Chaplin, CT 06235 USA
(860) 455-9280
Submitted by:
Anj Shaw
Paradise Farm Alpacas
Comments: Doctor T attends all the information seminars and conferences he can and is very interested in camelid care (he also owns llamas.) He is pragmatic and kind (goes a long way in New England) and a good teacher to the many students who sometimes assist him on his runs to our farm in R.I.
Thomsen, Chris & Leigh Ann)
South Milford Veterinary Hospital
7445 S 900 E
Wolcottville, IN USA
Submitted by:
Liz & Lee Clark
Turkey Creek Alpacas
Townsend, Matthew
Kennebec Veterinary Services
36 Highland Dr
Oakland, ME USA
(207) 465-8300
Submitted by:
Jill McElderry-Maxwell
Bag End Suri Alpacas of Maine, LLC
Comments: Dr. Townsend is not only gaining experience as a camelid vet, he owns and shows a small herd of huacayas. He is a very pleasant person to deal with and very open to owner input. He is backed up by Candace Erker, who is very interested in camelids.
Turk-Reiger, Susan
CrossRiver Veterinary Service

Bangor, PA USA
Submitted by:
Karen Thatcher-Smith
Smith KREKK Alpacas
Comments: Dr Turk is licensed in both PA and NJ, she is very interested in working with alpacas and has recently ('08) attended the North American Camelid Conference at UMASS . She has a wonderful way with alpacas and is very willing to network with alpacas specialists and university hospitals when she is unsure of the recommended treatment for camelids. We are very fortunate to have found such a caring vet who is willing to do all she can for our herd. Dr Turk is very willing to make farm visits. Highly Recommended. Please mention that you found her AN.
Tusch .D.V.M., Mr. Claire V.
Wells Veterinary Hospital
418 Sanford Road
Wells, ME USA
Submitted by:
Tom Talbott
T-Square Suri Alpacas
Comments: I have appreciated having a knowledgeable and friendly staff close by. Nicole Mailhot D.V.M. has been our primary vet, and she is terrific to work with.
Wiley, Doug
Lisbon Veterinary Clinic
8100 Race Road
Lisbon, OH USA
Submitted by:
Diana Ritchie

Comments: Dr. Wiley is the founder and president or Lisbon Veterinary Clinic. He travels to farms daily providing care for large animals. Please visit Lisbon Vet Clinic's web site at www.lisbonvet.com for more information.
Woods, Phil
Dogwood Equine Clinic
P.O. Box 2196
Southern Pines, NC USA
910 245 2211
Submitted by:
Wayne Gertz
BellaVista Farm
Comments: Excellent Vet and prompt service
Yerovi, Santiago
All Creatures Animal Hospital
1894 Ohio Pike
Amelia, OH USA
Submitted by:
Rick and Patty Deaton
Field Of Dreams Alpaca Farm
Zech-Manhart, Jean
Pacific Veterinary Clinic
275 Fruitdale Dr.
Grants Pass, OR USA
Submitted by:
Car A&Q Gather
Adorabella Alpacas
Comments: Dr. Jean is one of the top Camelid vets in the Northwest. We are lucky to have her. You may not always like what she has to say, but she will tell it like it is. If she is busy, Dr. Glenn Bowman is also very good.


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