About Dr. Hannah Mueller
Dr. Hannah Mueller is a 2004 graduate from Oregon State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. From 4-H to the Intercollegiate
riding team, she has loved, cared for, ridden and trained horses for most of her life; horses are her passion. Before
becoming a veterinarian, she gained experienced as a veterinary assistant, horse trainer, and farrier.
During veterinary school, Dr. Hannah focused on equine sports medicine, lameness, advanced equine dentistry and nutrition. Dr.
Hannah was also active in the alternative medicine club and obtained Reiki Level I and II training outside of vet school. After
graduating from veterinary school, Dr. Hannah worked first as an associate veterinarian, then in December of 2004, she started her own
practice based out of Monroe, WA. Dr. Hannah continued her studies of herbs and physical
therapy, as well as becoming certified in veterinary acupuncture in 2005 and chiropractic in 2006. Dr. Hannah discovered her
gift and love of hands-on healing, rehabilitation, and equine dentistry as she mastered these modalities. In 2010, Dr. Hannah
opened the pristine Cedarbrook Farms rehabilitation center facility, where patients can haul in for dental floats, bodywork and
other appointments, or come and stay for a few weeks to a few months for a rehabilitation treatment plan.
Dr. Hannah strives to provide the best care possible for her patients and believes her unique holistic approach allows her to do so.
Dr. Hannah has a solid foundation in western medicine, dentistry, sports medicine, and lameness. This, along with her training
in acupuncture, chiropractic, stretch exercises, massage techniques and other hands on healing modalities, allows Dr. Hannah
to rehabilitate horses to their fullest potential. She excels in rehabilitating horses with dental imbalances, lameness, neck
and back injuries, and horses with behavioral problems.
Dr. Hannah believes in following holistic principles not only in her practice but also in her daily life. She feels that
stewardship to animals, the environment, and to her community is a key element of holistic living. She has a driven,
passionate desire to make a difference to all the animals in her care.
Because of this passion and the need to give back, Dr. Hannah helped establish a non-profit equine rehabilitation and
education center (Northwest Equine Stewardship Center). NWESC is
her way to give back and to be able to look back over the long years of her life and know that she made a difference to
equines and made an impact in regards to the humane treatment of animals.
Dr. Hannah enjoys giving talks for NWESC's Educational Series Symposiums and teaching veterinary and veterinary technician
students how to perform veterinary procedures while providing veterinary care and rehabilitation for rescue horses. She also
regularly writes articles, gives 4-H and Pony Club talks, and teaches equine yoga and stretch class exercises for horses through
Cedarbrook Veterinary Care.
Dr. Hannah resides in Snohomish, Washington with her family as well as her dog, cats and horses. She enjoys hiking, biking, guitar,
dance, skiing, and of course, riding.
“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its
animals are treated.”
~ Mahatma Gandhi