Dr. Amanda Steinagel

Dr. Amanda Steinagel is a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, Board Certified in Exotic Companion Mammal Practice. She obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary. After completing veterinary school, Dr. Steinagel completed a small animal medicine and surgical Internship with Pennsylvania Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Associates, as well as, a specialty internship in avian and exotic medicine and surgery at the Animal Medical Center. She completed her avian and exotic medicine and surgical residency training at MedVet.

In addition to her clinical endeavors, Dr. Steinagel is an active member of several professional organizations, as well as, a published author on a wide variety of topics, including: gastrointestinal diseases of rabbits, avian reproductive behavior, avian endoscopy, aspects of zoological nutrition, and hematology and biochemistry of aquatic species. Although interested in all aspects of exotic veterinary medicine, Dr. Steinagel is particularly passionate about rabbit gastrointestinal disease and critical care/emergent small mammal medicine. Her favorite part about being a veterinarian is having the opportunity to learn something new every day – whether that be working with a new species or learning new technical/surgical techniques. She also enjoys working in the field of veterinary medicine which allows her to build long-lasting relationships with clients and their pets.

When not caring for patients, Dr. Steinagel enjoys participating in outdoor activities, such as camping and hiking, as well as, yoga, amateur Olympic weightlifting, cooking, collecting records/listening to music, brewery hopping, and spending time with her family and her energetic pug, Elvis.