Sand Springs Veterinary Team
Dr. Hartwig and Dr. Fleming were classmates in Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 1998. They have remained close after graduation and have practiced together for several years. Dr. Hartwig and Dr. Fleming are dedicated to providing their clients and patients with an exceptional pet care experience.
Dr. Micah Hartwig aspired to be a veterinarian from a very young age. Growing up in Stillwater and then in Tulsa, OK, she was surrounded by the family cats and dogs as well as horses and cattle at her grandfather’s ranch. After graduating from Cascia Hall, Dr. Hartwig attended Purdue University for her undergraduate work, then returned home to Oklahoma State to complete her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1998.
Dr. Hartwig married her husband John in 1999, whom she met at OSU while he was completing his Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering. She and her husband have been blessed with two daughters, Hannah and Jessica. Family hobbies include atv riding, college sporting events, and horseback riding. Dr. Hartwig’s family is completed with their two Labradors, six cats, and two horses.After practicing in Sand Springs for 9 years, Dr. Hartwig opened Sand Springs Small Animal Hospital in May 2007. Dr. Hartwig’s vision is to create a veterinary hospital dedicated to expert medicine and sincere compassionate care while fostering a friendly, team atmosphere. This vision includes a healthcare team dedicated to working together with our clients to provide high quality, sincerely compassionate care for their beloved family pets.
Dr. Kristin Fleming loved animals from early childhood. At the age of five, she announced to her parents that she wanted to be a veterinarian. She read avidly about animals, science, and nature throughout childhood in Sapulpa, OK. She graduated from Sapulpa High School in 1991, and having come from a family of OSU graduates, enrolled at Oklahoma State University in the Animal Science program. In addition to college academic accomplishments, Dr. Fleming continued to develop her talents as an accomplished musician. Dr. Fleming received her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science in 1994, was accepted to the College of Veterinary Medicine, then received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1998.
After graduation Dr. Fleming practiced small animal medicine in the Tulsa area, dividing her time between daytime practice and emergency medicine at Tulsa’s Animal Emergency Center. Dr. Fleming’s inherently nurturing personality sets her apart and drives her to achieve her goals to be part of a hospital team devoted to excellent companion animal care. Dr. Fleming attends Trinity Episcopal Church in Tulsa. She enjoys scuba diving, Native American beadwork with her sister Melissa, and spending time with her pets.
Dr. Amanda Bailey’s love of animals began very early on during her childhood in Jenks, Oklahoma. Her life-long compassion for animals, as well as her enthusiasm for science, made the choice to become a veterinarian an easy one. She received both her Bachelors in Physiology and Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University. She graduated vet school in 2013, and has been practicing in the Tulsa area since that time. She has been with Sand Springs Small Animal Hospital since May 2015, and has enjoyed every minute! Her special interests include preventative care, clinical pathology, and radiology. In addition to veterinary medicine, Dr. Bailey teaches undergraduate Anatomy and Biology at Tulsa Community College.
Dr. Bailey lives in Jenks with her husband and their young daughter. They share their home with 2 pugs – her favorite breed. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, playing piano, fitness, and chasing her toddler around the house.