Evan A Moore DVM
Laura Schapman DVM
Dr. Laura Schapman grew up in Imlay City, MI. In May 2002, she received her DVM from Michigan State University. Since graduation she has been employed by Evan A. Moore DVM Inc. Dr. Laura, along with her husband Bret, have 3 children, Avis, Cooper, and Rhyland and a Labrador Rieglee and live in Almont. Dr. Schapman enjoys treating small ruminants and camelids along with horses. When she is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and scrapbooking. She is also interested in nutrition and attends a local Cross Fit Box.
Susan Bonino DVM
Dr. Susan Bonino grew up in Hastings, Michigan. She graduated from Albion College with a BA degree and earned her DVM from MSU in 1988. She showed extensively as a junior rider on the hunter circuit around the country and continues her love of riding/jumping with her Warmblood mare, Bella. She has been with Evan A Moore DVM since 2006. She has 4 children and 2 step-children who keep her very busy when not at work. She also enjoys quilting and gardening when the time allows
Megan Ahearne DVM
Dr. Megan Ahearne is a 2020 graduate from Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She also received a master’s degree in Animal Science focusing on reproductive physiology. She then completed an equine internship at Colorado State University with their Equine Field Service department. Rotating through specialties such as sports medicine, emergency, internal medicine, and reproduction. Her clinical interests include sports medicine and reproduction, while a passion for teaching brought her to CSU to continue her education while also educating future veterinarians.
Outside of work Megan enjoys spending time riding and showing her hunter jumper gelding, Tate. She shares a home in Armada, MI with her fiancé, their chickens and cat Leo. In her free time, she spends days on Lake Huron, fishing and swimming, cooking and enjoying the outdoors. She is excited to join the local equine community and serving our loyal clients and their horses.