Dr. Sareena Enloe joins us from Denver, CO. She graduated with a degree in Biochemistry from Florida Institute of Technology. After college, she researched Type 2 Diabetes at The National Institutes of Health and participated in panda conservation research with the National Zoo’s Conservation Research Center. She also volunteered at the National Zoo and a wildlife rehabilitation center. She worked as a Veterinary Technician in Virginia and Florida prior to veterinary school. Dr. Enloe earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from The University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. She was active in organizations focusing on exotics medicine, disaster preparedness, and pathology. She also served as a student ambassador and completed externships in pathology, exotic animal medicine, and sea turtle rehabilitation.
Post veterinary school, she participated in an exotics-only internship here at the Center for Bird and Exotic Animal Medicine. She then moved to Colorado and practiced 50% exotics medicine as an Associate Veterinarian while working part time helping the birds of The Gabriel Foundation and serving as Secretary on the Board of Directors for Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. During her time in Colorado, Dr. Enloe established a thriving veterinary relief business where she practiced small animal and exotics general practice and emergency medicine throughout CO and in AK. She maintains active membership in multiple veterinary organizations (AAV, ARAV, AEMV, AAZV, AVMA). She has a passion for lifelong learning, emergency medicine, internal medicine, and clinical/anatomic pathology. Outside of the clinic, Dr. Enloe pursues her love of everything outdoors including hiking, backpacking, kayaking, and generally enjoying nature. She also enjoys dancing, reading, traveling, and trying new foods. She currently shares her home with her cat, Charles, and her dog, Rezi.