Natalie attended the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She then completed an internship at the University of Illinois in Farm Animal Reproduction, Medicine, and Surgery. After completion of her internship, Natalie returned to private practice where she worked as a Chief of Staff for Banfield Pet Hospital for 3 years. Natalie completed her residency training as part of a three year combined graduate degree program at Auburn University. While at Auburn, Natalie was trained in comparative theriogenology, covering all major domestic species as well as exotic animals.
Natalie is board certified by the American College Theriogenologists and a member of the Society for Theriogenology. Natalie's research interests include developmental reproductive biology, immunocontraception, and evidence-based medicine for best practices in breeding kennels. Natalie's broad experience working with both horses as well as dogs and cats will allow her to provide assistance to the referring veterinary community across a range of species needing advanced reproductive care.