Dr. Emily Niedfeldt was born in Chicago, but spent most of her adolescence outside of Providence, Rhode Island. She received her B.S. in Veterinary Sciences and her M.S. in Animal Sciences with a focus in food safety at the University of Arizona (Bear Down!), before moving to Kansas for veterinary school. She graduated with her DVM from Kansas State University in 2018.
Dr. Niedfeldt has a special interest in small ruminants and camelids, but is excited to meet and work with animals of all shapes and sizes. She is especially looking forward to becoming a part of strengthening the human-animal bond between animals and their humans as a clinician.
In her spare time, she enjoys knitting, hiking, volunteering with the local Guide Dogs for the Blind puppy raising club, and spending time with her family. She lives in Sequim with her partner, Brian, career-changed guide dog pup Keena, and two cats, Leon and Minerva.