Debbie Morey, an emergency and critical care specialist, obtained her DVM degree from UC Davis in 1992. After graduation, she completed a year-long internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the Sacramento Animal Medical Group. Debbie then moved to Fresno for a year of intensive emergency and critical care experience at the Veterinary Emergency Service before returning to Sacramento to head up the emergency department at the Sacramento Animal Medical Group for the next four years. In 1998 Dr. Morey embarked on a residency training program in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care while also working at several busy emergency practices and raising two children. In 2005, she successfully passed the rigorous examination to become a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care. Debbie’s professional interests include shock resuscitation, critical care monitoring, nutrition, wound management, and training veterinarians and technicians in critical care techniques. When off duty, she enjoys spending time with her 2 boys, 2 dogs, and 5 cats. She also enjoys downhill skiing, running, hiking, and wine-tasting.
Casey Kohen, DVM, DACVECC
Emergency & Critical Care Specialist
Dr. Kohen received his undergrad degree from UC Santa Barbara. He then completed the Small Animal Track and participated in a small animal rotating internship at North Carolina State University before joining the critical care/emergency residency program at the U.C. Davis VMTH.
Rebecca Harrod, DVM
Dr. Rebecca Harrod completed her undergrad in biological sciences at U.C. Davis and was accepted into the prestigious U.C. Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. She graduated in 2001 and was awarded the Gentle Doctor Award by her classmates for compassion toward animals and clients. She also completed an externship at the Marin Humane Society prior to completion of veterinary school. Dr. Harrod is a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners. She has a special interest in emergency critical-care and in feline medicine. After 16 years of practicing veterinary medicine for a busy and highly-regarded veterinary hospital, Dr. Harrod was confirmed as a daytime emergency doctor at MarQueen Veterinary Emergency and Speciality Group to work alongside internal medicine specialists Dr. Erica Queen and Dr. Ann Della Maggiore.
Michelle Lam, DVM
After receiving her undergraduate degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the U.C. Berkeley, Dr. Lam attended the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine where she obtained her DVM degree. Her intensive year-long continuing education program in a small animal rotating internship included Emergency/Critical Care Medicine, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Radiology, Oncology, Neurology, Cardiology, and Dermatology. Her experience also provides care for avian, exotics, and small mammals. A great doctor.
Rebecca Williams, DVM
Rebecca Williams completed her undergraduate studies at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a BS in Animal Science. She was accepted into and compleated her veterinary medical degree from Western University of Health Sciences School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Williams immediately began to practice veterinary medicine at a 24-hour emergency hospital in the Bay Area where she gained a vast amount of experience in veterinary emergency medicine over a span of four years. When job opportunities became available she transitioned to Placer County working emergency and general practice for a number of years before being selected to work as one of two daytime emergency veterinarians along side the internal medicine and surgery specialists at MarQueen. Beyond her seven-plus years of emergency medicine experience, her professional interests also include internal medicine and ophthalmology.
Nicole Ulhaq, DVM
Dr. Ulhaq grew up in Southern California where she completed her Bachelors of Science degree in Animal Science at California Polytechnic University. She began working in veterinary medicine at a young age and continued to work in the field through the completion of her DVM degree at the University of California, Davis in 2013. Dr. Ulhaq’s areas of special interest include dermatology, internal medicine, radiology, and surgery.
Anne McDonald, DVM
Dr. McDonald is a Sacramento native that grew up with dogs and cats in her family. She also has a love of horses and would spend as many days as possible with them. The love she had for these childhood dogs, cats, and horses along with her desire to help them inspired her to become a veterinarian.
After completion of her undergrad at the prestigious Stanford University, Anne was accepted into the equally prestigious UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2008. After completion of an internship in southern California, Dr. McDonald then spent a year overseas with her husband practicing veterinary medicine together. Upon her return to California Dr. McDonald joined a small animal emergency hospital in Los Angeles County. While she had many veterinary interests, Dr. McDonald is an exceptional emergency doctor with the ability, presence, and grace to handle difficult cases, including surgery, internal medicine, and endoscopic foreign body retrieval.
Laura Cagle, DVM
Dr. Cagle grew up in Tucson, Arizona and completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Arizona. She then attended veterinary school at the University of Prince Edward Island, Canada. She was accepted by the prestigious and number one ranked veterinary school in the world - UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine - and successful completed her residency in emergency and critical care medicine. She is currently pursuing a PhD at UC Davis. She and her husband are owned by their two boxer dogs. Laura is one of the most thoughtful and talented veterinarians around and we are honored to have her here.