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Sarah Hadley, D.V.M.

 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

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Dr. Sarah Hadley grew up not too far from Boise, in the beautiful Wood River Valley.  Her love of animals started young, spending her childhood with dogs, cats, a pony, and various fish and salamanders. She got her undergraduate degree in Studio Art (with a generous share of science classes) at Scripps College in Claremont, California, which explains her lovely suturing techniques.  She went to veterinary school at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, graduating in 2004 with a focus on small animals.

She has lived in Boise since 2006 and has been with All Valley since 2013.  She works at both the Federal Way and Emerald clinics where she enjoys getting to know people and their pets and building relationships with them. In her time off she can be found reading, watching movies (the geekier the better), and at the gym getting in shape in order to keep up with her Border Collie while hiking.  She lives in Southeast Boise with her beautiful Border Collie, Lucy.

Dr. Sarah Hadley is at our Emerald location on Fridays and Saturdays and at our Federal Way Location on Mondays and Tuesdays. She is also the star of the "Your Pet 2Day" segment on KBOI2 where she gives out helpful pets tips to the Treasure Valley! To see a few of her segments, you can visit out Pet Blog.


The perfect team to care for your pet. 

Annie Vogel, D.V.M.

 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

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Dr. Annie Vogel was raised in the small, northern town of Sandpoint, ID. She fell in love with veterinary medicine at a young age while helping her veterinarian father on late night emergency calls. She received her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from the University of Idaho in 2013. She then went on to Washington State University where she received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in May of 2017.

After graduation, Dr. Vogel moved to Boise, ID to begin her career as a small animal veterinarian. She has special interest in surgery, emergency medicine and preventative care. Through shelter work and volunteering, she has also found a great passion in animal rescue. In her free time you can find her and her husband hiking, biking, camping, snowboarding, and just enjoying the Idaho wilderness.They currently have two rescue fur-kids, a calico cat named Chloe and a miniature poodle named Arya.


The perfect team to care for your pet.