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Dr. Meghan Landen-Fowler grew up in Omaha, Nebraska in a family full of pets of all sizes, from hamsters to dogs to horses.

Her ambition to become a veterinarian started at a young age when the family vet, also a family friend, promised her a job at his clinic as soon as she could drive. He made good on that promise, and she worked with him all through high school and college.  During that time, she learned about small-animal patient care and solidifying her desire to become a veterinarian herself.

She graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a bachelors degree in veterinary science, from Kansas State University with a doctorate in veterinary medicine and earned her certificate in veterinary medical acupuncture from Cura Core in Fort Collins, Colorado.

She completed her small-animal internship at the VCA Emergeny Animal Hospital and Referral Center here in San Diego, in 2005 and has since been practicing in San Diego North County.

She enjoys time with her husband, two children, their two dogs, chickens, guinea pig and horse back riding.  She looks forward to meeting you and your pets and answering questions you might have regarding how integrative medicine might help their health.

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