Michelle Enman

Michelle grew up in Vernon, NJ. She discovered her love of horses at the age of 7. Over the years she spent as much time as possible helping in barns in exchange for riding. She knew this was her passion and wanted a career with horses. She graduated from Hocking College where she majored in equine health and complementary therapies and minored in farrier science. She also studied veterinary technology through Penn Foster College. She obtained a job as a professional groom and traveled around the U.S. and Canada with a team of driving horses. She later became a head veterinary technician at an ambulatory equine practice where she grew her experience and knowledge. She most recently explored her interests in barn management and small animal medicine, but realized she is most passionate about equine medicine and is happy to return to it here at B.W. Furlong and Associates as an overnight hospital technician. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her dogs and horses as well as quading, hiking, and kayaking.