Meet our doctors.
DVM, DACVECC, DACVSMR
Dr. Fielding grew up in Mill Valley, CA and his first job was at Miwok Stables in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. He led guided trail rides...Read More
Catherine Jacobs has been at Loomis Basin for nearly 15 years. She grew up outside Philadelphia riding in pony club and fox hunting, as well...Read More
Dr. Morgan grew up in rural Illinois. His first memorable encounter with horses resulted in a broken arm when he fell from the back of a mare in...Read More
Dr. Errico is a California native who received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University and attended veterinary school at UC Davis...Read More
Eduardo De La Cruz
All my life I have admired the beauty, power, and versatility of horses. My dear uncle, Jorge De La Cruz, was instrumental in exposing me to such...Read More
After accompanying her mother, a human physician, to regular weekend rounds at the children’s hospital, Jennifer decided she wanted to...Read More
Dr. Monmaney is a Northern California native who spent her early years in Petaluma, Foresthill, and Auburn. She has been 'horse crazy' as...Read More
DVM, CVMA, IVCA Certified
Dr. Deane is originally from the Bay Area, growing up in Sunnyvale and Half Moon Bay, she started her interest in horses at a young age, participating...Read More
A love for horses runs in her family. Her Mom grew up riding horses and her Uncle owned a dude ranch in Colorado. After plenty of pony rides at...Read More
Dr. Mercer grew up in a tiny town in New Jersey and caught the pony bug at a young age. She credits her grandfather’s love of horse racing and her...Read More
Dr. Katie Schilling was enrolled in a riding summer camp and has been in love with horses ever since. She spent time growing up in both Florida and Northern California where she showed hunter/jumpers with her OTTBs. She returned to Florida to complete her undergraduate and veterinary studies (Go Gators!). As a veterinarian, her interests are lameness, reproduction, and ambulatory medicine.
Dr. Jessica Bouton grew up in Riverside, California but her passion for horses began when she started her undergraduate education at the University of California, Davis. She attended veterinary school at UC Davis where her focus was large animal medicine and surgery. As a veterinarian, her interests are emergency medicine and ambulatory work.
Dr. Maggie MacQueen grew up in Southern California north of Los Angeles. From a young age, her love for animals shaped her desire to become a veterinarian. Dr. MacQueen received her undergraduate education at San Diego State University and attended veterinary school at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California. Her main professional interests include both internal/emergency medicine, critical care, and surgery.
Dr. Katelyn Bakun grew up in rural San Diego county. She completed her undergraduate degree at Sacramento State, where she began volunteering and eventually working as a part-time technician at LBEMC. Dr. Bakun ventured to Florida where she completed her DVM at the University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine. She was also trained in equine acupuncture through the Ocala Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. Her interests include equine sports medicine, ambulatory medicine, and alternative regenerative therapies.
Dr. Abby Geick started riding at the age of 4 and has yet to grow out of the "horse phase". She was an active member of Pony Club while growing up. She is originally from New Hampshire and went to University of New Hampshire for her undergraduate degree where she competed at the intercollegiate level in dressage. She graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. Her main interests include sports medicine, podiatry, and critical care.
Dr. Courville was born and raised in San Jose. She spent most of her childhood at the barn before pursuing an undergraduate degree in animal science with equine emphasis at... UC Davis and worked in the large animal hospital in the ICU, equine surgery and lameness, and with the integrative sports medicine service before getting into veterinary school at Western University of Health Sciences. She is interested in many aspects of equine practice, but enjoys a thorough lameness workup, and emergency cases.