Harmony Veterinary Services, LLC
About Harmony Veterinary Services
Dr. Sandi Farris has called Whidbey Island home since 2011 when she moved from Alaska with her long-established large animal veterinary practice. Dr. Farris is a 1995 graduate from the internationally-acclaimed Colorado State University Veterinary program and after a year-long internship at the renowned Alamo Pintado Equine Medical Center in Los Olivos, California founded Harmony Veterinary Services in 2000. Dr. Farris has extensive experience working with and competing top-level equine athletes. In addition to her ambulatory practice she is a licensed FEI Veterinary Delegate for the Olympic sports of Eventing and Show Jumping in the United States and abroad.
Veterinary Technician JoDee Snyder is a lifelong horsewoman and is a dedicated key member to keeping the clinic running smoothly. She trains and runs barrel horses, manages a large Thoroughbred racehorse farm and spends her free time with her husband supporting her kids in their multitude of sports and activities.
Annie Frosolone rounds out the all-women crew as a veterinary assistant during school holidays. Her family spent 5 years in Sicily before returning to Whidbey where she says her heart remains. Annie is currently a third- year student at Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine! Her spare time includes Eventing, polo matches and hanging out with her Australian Shepherd Robbie.
Our passion is the health and well being of your animals. We care for a range of large animals from the elite performance horse to the backyard sheep, goats, and camelids, providing a full-spectrum of compassionate, skilled preventative care to the most detailed equine soundness evaluations utilizing both conventional and integrative therapeutic options.