Dr. Britton was raised in Birmingham, Alabama, but moved to Lafayette, Louisiana to attend the University of Southwestern Louisiana on both academic and softball scholarships. As a member of the Lady Cajuns softball team, she was a four-time All-American third baseman and went to the Women’s College World Series three times. Following graduation, Dr. Britton taught high school English for several years before going back to school to pursue a career in veterinary surgery. Dr. Britton graduated from the Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2006 and completed her rotating internship at the Central Texas Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Hospital in Austin, Texas in 2007. She completed both asurgical internship in 2008 and a surgery residency program in 2011 at Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Services in Rochester, NY. Dr. Britton’s areas of surgical expertise include cranial cruciate ligament disease, fracture repair, wound management, and numerous soft tissue procedures. She is very interested in pain management and rehabilitation therapy. Dr. Britton’s personal interests include music, traveling, quilting, and reading. She has two dogs (Andy and Atticus) and two cats (Gibson and Carter).