Dr. Loral Sayre
In 2006, Dr. Sayre received her bachelor’s degree in biology from Huntingdon University in Montgomery, Alabama. In 2010, she received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University.
Dr. Sayre worked in general practice for two years before finding her way into emergency medicine. She has remained in emergency medicine for the past four years.
Dr. Sayre and her husband Jay have lived in Headland for the last four years. When she is not working, Dr. Sayre can be found at home in her garden or perfecting the year’s Christmas light scheme in time for December. Dr. Sayre and her husband have seventeen cats, two dogs, and a turtle that never seems to leave their yard.
Dr. Sarah Champion
Dr. Champion received a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering (Summa Cum Laude) from Auburn University. Before attending veterinary school, Dr. Champion worked as a technician at SRVS. She graduated in 2016 with her doctorate in veterinary medicine from Auburn.
Dr. Champion and her husband Rusty live in Abbeville, Alabama. They enjoy spending their time in the great outdoors training dogs, hunting, riding horses, and renovating their one hundred year-old farm house. Dr. Champion and her husband have three dogs, two cats, and three horses.
Dr. Robert Martin
Dr. Martin began his career at Auburn in 1976 (DVM). He served in the USAF Veterinary Corps from 1976 to 1980 and completed his surgical residency at Cornell University from 1980 to 1983.
Dr. Martin joined the faculty of Virginia Tech University in 1983 and received his American Board of Veterinary Practitioners certification in 1984 and his American College of Veterinary Surgeons board certification in 1988. Dr. Martin left Virginia Tech after 25 years of service in 2008 and founded SRVS the same year. He founded SRVES the following year.
Dr. Martin has been married for the past 43 years, has four children, fifteen grandchildren, and three dogs.