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Marc Siegel, DVMDr. Siegel, our Chief of Staff, is a native of Summit, New Jersey. He graduated in 2005 from Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Behavior. Dr. Siegel then continued his studies at Tufts University in Massachusetts, where he received a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2010.

After graduating from Tufts, Dr. Siegel moved back to the New York area, completed a one-year intensive internship at the Veterinary Emergency & Referral Group in Brooklyn, and was an associate veterinarian at Park East Animal Hospital in Manhattan for three years. His areas of special interest include soft-tissue surgery, internal medicine, ophthalmology, animal behavior, canine reproduction, and orthopedics.

Heather Yarnall, DVMDr. Yarnall grew up in St. Louis, Missouri and currently lives in Madison. She received both undergraduate and veterinary degrees from the University of Missouri.

Prior to joining the Spring Harbor Animal Hospital team in January 2016, Dr. Yarnall practiced at a small animal hospital in St. Louis for three years. She also worked at a spay and neuter clinic in Madison. Her veterinary interests include soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, exotic pet care, preventive care, and sports medicine.

Outside of work, Dr. Yarnall's passion is dog agility training. She trains and competes with her three Border Collies — Mia, Crash, and Enzo. She also enjoys running and photography.

dr-abby-gaebler-dvmDr. Gaebler grew up in DeKalb, Illinois. She attended Northern Illinois University for her undergraduate studies, and completed her veterinary degree at the UW-Madison. Prior to joining Spring Harbor, Dr. Gaebler was an associate veterinarian at a small, rural practice outside of Madison.

Dr. Gaebler's favorite part of veterinary medicine is getting to know her clients and hearing their stories. Her medical interests include preventative care, anesthesiology, and pain management. Outside of work, Dr. Gaebler enjoys jogging with her dog, Pi, rooting for the Chicago White Sox, and gardening.