Meredith Herdrich was born and raised in Northern California and grew up riding and competing on the local hunter/jumper circuit. She developed a fierce
passion for equine sports medicine and rehabilitation during her time training and competing with her own horse.
Meredith earned her undergraduate Bachelors of Science degree in Equine Sciences with a minor in Business Administration from Colorado State University (CSU) in 2012, and continued on to earn a Masters of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences from CSU in 2013. She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree from CSU in 2017 with a professional certification in veterinary medical acupuncture for both large and small animals from CuraCore’s Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians course.
Meredith most recently completed a one-year equine veterinary internship at Pioneer Equine Hospital in Oakdale, California that furthered her knowledge
and experience while defining and strengthening her passion for all aspects of equine veterinary medicine.
Her devotion to equine acupuncture, sports medicine, and rehabilitation ultimately inspired her to follow her dream of founding her own equine acupuncture business to continue healing the bodies and minds of these beautiful souls. Meredith and her husband, Adam, recently moved to Washington after falling in love with this area on many previous occasions thanks to the wonderful people, atmosphere, and all the life adventures and opportunities it has to offer.