Dr. Brianne Hagerty graduated from The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinarian Studies in Edinburgh, Scotland in 2016. Dr. Hagerty grew up on a small island off the coast of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. She received her undergraduate degree at Seattle Pacific University, prior to moving to the UK to complete her Veterinary medicine degree. Dr. Hagerty additionally spent time in both South Africa and India, providing veterinary care to rural areas and working at non-profit clinics focusing primarily on preventative care in the street dog population. After graduation Dr. Hagerty went on to complete a Veterinary internship at Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital in Washington State, with an emphasis on equine and large animal primary care and referral medicine and surgery.
After moving to Victoria, BC, Dr. Hagerty took a position at a small animal practice. This role grew into the position as Medical Director for two quickly growing and busy clinics.
Dr. Hagerty has a strong interest in both small and large animal medicine; specifically internal medicine, soft tissue surgery and the close relationship between human and animal health and disease prevention.
When not busy with her professional interests, she remains involved with Equestrian Sports and has competed internationally in both dressage and show jumping. Dr. Hagerty currently plays polo and enjoys hiking and running with her dogs, Avery and Bjorn.