Local and family-owned since 1980 and with over 30 years of experience, trust the dedicated staff at Canon Hill Veterinary Clinic to provide your pets with the veterinary care they need. Contact us
today to schedule your appointment.
Dr. Sarah Campman
Sarah Campman, VMD graduated from The University of Pennsylvania in 2003 and started work as an equine veterinarian at Canon Hill that same year. She has been part of the team ever since. Dr. Sarah enjoys all aspects of general practice, but each spring, you will most likely find her working with broodmares and foals, as she handles much of the practice’s reproduction work.
When she is not helping to bring new horses into the world, you might find her doing preventive care, dental work, field surgeries, lameness work or tending to your horses’ emergencies.
Prior to becoming a veterinarian, Sarah attended college at Alfred University, in western New York where
she was a member of the school’s IHSA Equestrian team. Sarah grew up in central Pennsylvania on a small family farm, raising dairy goats, rabbits, chickens and other assorted animals.
When she is not working, Dr. Sarah finds time for her family - Rob (husband) and children, Ava Jane (born 2006) and Jack Wesley (born 2008). She enjoys outdoor activities like hiking, running and kayaking as well as gardening and caring for the family’s many pets, including 3 horses, 2 dogs, 1 cat, 1 snake and 9 chickens.
Dr. Amanda Conklin
Dr. Amanda Conklin grew up on the beaches of Santa Cruz, California. She graduated magna cum laude from Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo before attending the University of California – Davis for veterinary school. After graduating in 2010, she went to Chino Valley Equine Hospital
for a surgical internship and then on to the University of Missouri for another year of training before joining the team at Canon Hill.
While still practicing at CHVC, Dr. Conklin became certified in acupuncture from Chi Institute
of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2014. She enjoys field surgery, lameness and the blending of holistic medicine along with traditional veterinary practice. When she is not working, she enjoys riding her horse Vic, gardening and traveling the world with her husband Jeremy.
Dr. Megan Darragh
Dr. Megan Darragh was born in Pittsburgh and raised in Indianapolis, IN. She began riding horses as a 6-year-old at the local stables. Throughout her riding career, she focused predominately on dressage, competing through her high school and collegiate years. Her first horse, a retired Thoroughbred named Flying Chicken ("Fontina"), inspired her to become an equine veterinarian.
Dr. Darragh attended Butler University and graduated in 2011, and continued her education at the Michigan State College of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation in 2015, she completed a rigorous rotating internship at the University of Illinois. Her predominate interests are field surgery, sports performance, rehabilitation, and internal medicine. Dr. Darragh enjoys working with performance and pleasure horses, and continues to be in awe of the amazing athletes and companions that horses are.
When she isn't working, Dr. Darragh enjoys exploring the city, staying active with outdoor activities, riding her horses Fontina and Sydney, and baking.
Dr. Courtleigh Watson
Dr. Watson is originally from Baltimore MD. However, she relocated with her family to Charleston SC
at age 15. She began taking riding lessons at the ripe old age of 5! She grew up competing in a wide variety of English disciplines including Hunters, Jumpers and Eventing. Pursuing her veterinary passion immediately was apparent early on. She attended Clemson University where she earned her undergraduate degree while competing on her Hunt Seat IHSA team. Dr. Watson then achieved her doctorate from the illustrious Tuskegee University in Alabama. Upon graduation, she completed a rotating surgery, medicine, anesthesia and sports medicine internship at the renowned Peterson and Smith Equine Hospital in Ocala FL.
Dr. Watson joins us with a wide variety of interests in the veterinary field including general medicine, ophthalmology, lameness and surgery. Presently she is the proud owner of two horses Chynnah and Chaqueta, two dogs Chino and Carter and a blue tongue skink named Melman. In her spare time, she loves to travel, ride her horses and learn new things. Large or small Dr. Watson loves them all!