Sarah Inglis

Sarah developed a love for horses at the age of 3, when her family moved into a house next to a small farm. Getting to wake every morning to the sound of a donkey braying, and walk over every day to just interact with the resident family and their horse, she knew that she wanted to always, somehow, have them in her life. She half leased her first retired thoroughbred, Eve, at 19 years old, and has ridden for the simple pleasure of equine interaction on and off ever since. Sarah entered the world of Veterinary medicine at 17 years old in 2000, when she joined Red Bank Veterinary Hospital as a kennel attendant. As time passed, she learned all she could about what she quickly realized was her purpose. In 2004, she earned her first pair of “ blue scrubs”, and began on the floor training as a Veterinary Technician with the GP dept. In 2005, she joined and helped develop the Avian and Exotics dept. By the end of 2009, she was the lead technician in the A&E department, and had a deep love for the complex medicine involved. In pursuit of continued growth and knowledge, she left RBVH and began expanding her horizons. After passing the VTNE in 2010 and receiving her LVT, she spent many years working in specialty departments such as Emergency/Critical care, Oncology, Dermatology, and of course, more Avian and Exotics. All the while, she has still been spending as much time as she can in the presence of horses. In 2023, Sarah jumped at the opportunity to join B.W. Furlong & Associates as a Hospital Technician. As well as being excited to bring her existing passion and knowledge to equine medicine, she cannot wait to learn and grow with her new team. In her spare time, she enjoys riding when she can, laughing with her friends, being outside with her dog, Zoey, snuggling her cats, and hanging out with her African Grey Parrot, Q.