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Dr. Kaitlyn Kremer DVM

Dr. Kremer joined the Heart of Gold Team in October, 2023. She  brings a passion for working with small ruminants: sheep, goats, llamas, and alpacas! 


A graduate of the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine (2015), Dr. Kremer is also an alumnus of the Cornell Summer Dairy Institute (2014) and completed an internship in Food Animal Medicine and Surgery at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine (2016), obtaining advanced training in ruminant (cattle, sheep, and goats) and camelid medicine. Dr. Kremer returned to New York in 2016, working in mixed large animal practice (equine, bovine, small ruminant, and camelid) for two years before moving to the Geneva area where she specialized in dairy cattle and small ruminants for the past five years. Subsequent to injury, Dr. Kremer retired from dairy cattle practice in 2023, when she joined Heart of Gold. 

In addition to ruminant expertise, Dr. Kremer brings significant experience in equine practice, particularly in emergency and critical care. During veterinary school and as an intern, she worked in the Cornell Equine and Food Animal Hospital and U of IL Veterinary Teaching Hospital respectively, assisting with and providing equine emergency and hospitalization care with a diverse case load including colics, wound management, infectious disease, orthopedic injury, obstetrics, and neonatal intensive care. Following graduation, she practiced equine medicine for two years in the Finger Lakes Region. Dr. Kremer has an affinity for Centered Riding and believes in a collaborative approach to wellness, combining conventional medical care with adjunctive modalities including acupuncture, chiropractic, massage therapy, and nutrition.

Dr. Kremer's professional interest include: 

  • Goat, sheep, llama, and alpaca medicine

  • Reproductive management and obstetric care for small ruminants

  • Ultrasonography - including pregnancy diagnosis in sheep, goats, llamas and alpacas

  • Soft-tissue surgery - including cesarean section for ruminant species

  • Neonatology and young-stock management

  • Integrated Parasite Management - Including FAMACHA Certification Workshops for clients

  • Milk quality and mastitis management. 

  • Client education - FAMACHA Certification Workshops, Ontario County 4-H Goat and Dairy Cattle Clubs

  • Population/production medicine - including development of disease surveillance programs, farm biosecurity protocols, treatment protocol development andimplementation, and evaluation of performance metrics. 

Outside of work, Dr. Kremer is a classically trained singer and can be found performing with the Hobart and William Smith Community Chorus, the Geneva Theater Guild, and the Geneva Light Opera Company. She lives outside of Geneva where she grows a large 

vegetable garden and is managed by two cats – Q-Tip and Cotton Ball.

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