Arizona Practice Owner Joins AAEP Board of Directors

Dr. Tegan Easton, whose ambulatory practice is based in Scottsdale, will serve a 3-year term.
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Dr. Tegan Easton
Dr. Tegan Easton is owner of Phoenix Equine Veterinary Services in Scottsdale, Ariz. | Courtesy AAEP
Tegan Easton, DVM, MS, owner of Phoenix Equine Veterinary Services in Scottsdale, Ariz., has joined the board of directors of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP). She was installed Nov. 21 during the AAEP’s 68th Annual Convention, in San Antonio, Texas. Her three-year term expires in 2025.

Easton earned her veterinary degree from Texas A&M University in 2008, four years after receiving her master’s degree in veterinary medicine with a theriogenology focus. She completed a rotating surgical and lameness internship at Pioneer Equine Hospital, in Oakdale, Calif., and stayed on as an associate until 2011. She subsequently practiced in Texas, Missouri, and Illinois before moving to Arizona in 2017.

Easton established her ambulatory practice in 2020, and it has grown to a three-doctor practice. Her primary areas of focus are sports medicine, reproduction, and general health practices, including dentistry.

Easton serves on the AAEP’s Performance Horse Committee, and she was a 2021 participant in AAEP Lead, a leadership workshop for those in practice 15 years or less. In addition, she mentors Arizona veterinary students as a volunteer with the Arizona Veterinary Medical Association’s Mentorship Program.

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