Dr. Gage received her doctorate from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005, where she received extensive training in emergency and critical care and soft-tissue surgery. She worked as an emergency practitioner for 10 years. In November 2014, Dr. Gage and her husband purchased Springfield Veterinary Clinic. Her professional interests are in client education, preventative health, emergency/critical patients, alternative medicine, and soft tissue surgery. Her goal is to "provide personal, compassionate care along with progressive medicine for every patient".
Outside of work Dr. Gage enjoys spending quality time with her husband, Kelly, and her two children (Emily and Ryan). She often shares with her clients about her crazy Siamese cats (Harold and Cinderella), and her love for Husky and Labrador puppies! She enjoys camping in their RV and traveling to Northern Michigan in the summer and winter months.
Dr. Sarah Lindhurst has been a part of our Springfield Veterinary Clinic family as an associate veterinarian since June 2015. She began her journey and love for the veterinary field at the age of 12, starting as a kennel assistant. She quickly gained experience with general practice and emergency medicine as a veterinary technician for many years. Although she is a Michigan native, Dr. Lindhurst obtained her doctorate at Iowa State University and graduated in 2012. While at Iowa State, she received an award for outstanding performance in emergency medicine and critical care from the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care <
Society. Her professional interests include internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, and emergency medicine.Outside of work, Dr. Lindhurst enjoys playing slow pitch softball, bowling, and attending sporting events and concerts with her husband, Brad. She has a background in showing dogs, and has extensive knowledge of the Setter breeds. Dr. Lindhurst currently has four dogs in her family: a rescued mix breed dog named Chauncey whom you can see at the clinic greeting the clients, two Irish Setters named Derby and Lexi, and an Irish Red and White Setter named Chase.