Dr. Emily Klein

Dr. Klein grew up on a farm in Harford County, Maryland where she began riding horses at a young age. She raised many different farm animals including horses, sheep, goats, and alpacas! She was actively involved in her equine and livestock 4-H groups. She spent her childhood on the farm, as well as playing a variety of sports and staying involved in her youth group. She has owned many horses and ponies over the years. However, Kelly, her first paint pony was the one that she learned to ride on at age 7 and that has stayed near to her heart. Her family has since moved to Lancaster, South Carolina where they have expanded their farm.

Dr. Klein worked as an assistant for a large animal veterinarian during high school that allowed her to explore her desire to work with animals and veterinary medicine. This opportunity solidified her passion for the field of veterinary medicine. She received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology as well as Molecular & Cellular biology at Cedarville University in Ohio. There, she founded and was the president of the pre-veterinary club and would seek any opportunity to learn and strengthen her veterinary knowledge.

Dr. Klein attended veterinary school at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, TN and graduated in the spring of 2023. She was involved in many different clubs and organizations during her time in veterinary school including AAEP, Food Animal Club, Christian Veterinary Missions and the Emergency and Critical Care Club. She held executive board positions for a few of these clubs as well. She always knew she would pursue a career in large animal and equine medicine. However, during her time in veterinary school she specifically found her passion for equine general practice. She still enjoys working with all large animals but has fallen in love with equine medicine.

Dr. Emily Klein with her horse


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