Dr. Sarrah Hoppers graduated Magna Cum Laude from The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017. Dr. Hoppers developed a passion for dermatology in veterinary school, particularly enjoying the facets of immunology and endocrinology integral to the diagnosis and management of many skin diseases. Dr. Hoppers completed a companion animal rotating internship at Louisiana State University in 2018 and then returned to her alma mater at the University of Tennessee for a residency in dermatology, which she completed in 2021.
Dr. Hoppers is sensitive to the many ways in which skin and ear disease can negatively impact quality of life for both pets and pet parents. She enjoys working collaboratively with pet parents and nurturing the human animal bond. Her areas of professional interest include feline dermatology and autoimmune disease.
- Feline bilateral inflammatory aural polyps: a descriptive retrospective study, Veterinary Dermatology, 13 Aug 2020, Read Article
- Residual antibacterial activity of canine hair treated with five mousse products against Staphylococcus pseudintermedius in vitro, Veterinary Dermatology 18 March 2019, Read Article