Erin Zamzow, DVM
For 15 years, Dr. Erin Zamzow has worked to improve the lives of animals through holistic education, diagnosis and treatment. In 1986, she enrolled in pre-veterinary studies at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Washington, where her impressive performance earned her admission into one of the most prestigious veterinary schools in the country, Washington State University. During her tenure there, she distinguished herself as an advocate for compassionate and responsible animal medicine. Her strong voice and clear vision were instrumental in the creation of WSU’s Alternative Surgery track. Since its inception, this successful program has strengthened the surgical training program while preventing the unnecessary death of hundreds of animals.
Upon graduation in 1990, Dr. Zamzow joined the staff of the Animal Medical Center in Redmond, Washington. Two years later a desire to branch out into mixed animal practice in a more rural setting led her back to Ellensburg. Life as a small town vet supplied invaluable experience in emergency and surgical medicine. In 1996 Dr. Zamzow delved deeper into what seemed to be a frequently misdiagnosed and grossly neglected arena of veterinary science and entered the emerging field of Equine Dentistry.
For the last 10 years, Dr. Zamzow has traveled extensively throughout Washington and California restoring optimum health and performance in her equine patients and educating communities about the importance of proper equine nutrition and dental care. With progressive, responsible science the hallmark of her practice, Dr. Zamzow continues to challenge established traditions when they no longer serve the best interests of the patient. Currently, she is working with organizations at local, state, and national levels to address growing concerns regarding toxins in the environment and the health risks they pose to humans and animals alike.
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