Jami Landry is an Associate Veterinarian at Newburgh Veterinary Hospital in the Hudson Valley where she treats dogs, cats, exotic pets and wildlife. The hospital offers low cost spay and neuter and treats wildlife pro bono in partnership with local rehabbers. Dr. Landry also works regularly with the Hudson Valley Animal Rescue and Sanctuary. Dr. Landry earned her bachelor’s degree at Bard College and her DVM from the Cornell Veterinary University of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to attending veterinary school Dr. Landry spent five years as the Senior Animal Cruelty Investigator for the Dutchess County SPCA in New York. While there she developed a deeper appreciation of pet overpopulation and the need for low cost veterinary services to serve low income pet owners. Dr. Landry first joined FARVets on a trip to Chetumal, Mexico as a licensed veterinary technician. In that and subsequent trips to Playa del Carmen, Puerto Morelos, Chetumal, Nicaragua and Bulgaria Dr. Landry has redesigned and modernized anesthetic and surgical protocols and is working to make FARVets a contributor to research benefiting international aide groups. Dr. Landry primarily leads trips to new locations and looks forward to FARVets becoming ever more versatile in assisting animal rescue organizations.