Originally from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, Dr. Brittany Davis left a brief but rewarding career as a graphic designer to follow her dream of becoming a veterinarian. With the support of her husband, Bret and followed by her horse, dog and pet rabbit, the Davis family moved to Fort Collins, Colorado. Dr. Davis obtained her Bacholor’s degree in Equine Sciences with a special interest in equine nutrition before going on to complete her veterinary medical degree at Colorado State University.
Dr. Davis and her husband both worked for a large equine reproduction facility in Fort Collins where they gained knowledge and experience in equine reproduction techniques. This helped lead to a position at the CSU Equine Reproduction Lab where she continued her practice in breeding management, artificial insemination, stallion collection, semen evaluation and embryo transfer. After vet school, Dr. Davis completed a one-year internship at the esteemed Alamo Pintado Equine Medical Center in Los Olivos, CA focusing on medicine, surgery and advanced imaging. Here she also gained exceptional experience in regenerative medicine techniques, primarily bone marrow derived stem cells in a variety of applications.
Immediately after her internship Dr. Davis joined a two-doctor equine practice in northern California, enjoying the exciting and rewarding career of a field veterinarian. Eager to get back to the northwest, Dr. Davis joined Evergreen Equine in July 2013 and is looking forward to providing the Snohomish area with high quality, compassionate equine care. Outside of work, Dr. Davis and her husband can usually be found outdoors — hiking with the dogs, biking, camping, snowboarding or catching a Mariners game. But she is happiest aboard one of her two Arabian horses training for the next 100-mile endurance ride!