Veterinarians in York, NY

Dr. Kaye Morgan, york ny veterinarian Dr. Kaye Morgan founded York Animal Hospital on July 1, 1992, and is a General Practitioner at the Hospital.

Asked when she first developed an interest in becoming a veterinarian Dr. Morgan says it was during her high school years. Since then she has developed a strong appreciation for providing care to animals throughout their various life stages. “What I like most about being a veterinarian,” she says, “is caring for animals; keeping them healthy throughout their lives, from a puppy or kitten into their senior years and then letting them go with dignity when it is time.”

A native of King Ferry, New York, Dr. Morgan first attended the State University of New York at Delhi where she earned certification as a Licensed Veterinary Technician in 1984. She then entered Cornell University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science in 1986.

A year later, Dr. Morgan enrolled in Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. In 1991, she graduated with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. Her professional specialty is Small Animal Science and she is a member of the New York State Veterinary Medical Society and the American Veterinary Medical Association.

A true soccer/football mom, Dr. Morgan and her husband, John, a local farmer, have two sports minded kids. Eighteen year old Jaclyn plays soccer and will be heading off to college in the fall and 16 year old Matt plays football and basketball.

At home, the family has five dogs named Pearl, Sophie, Lilly, Snickers & Jabali, 4 cats named Alice, Esme, Jojo & Cheese-it and three horses named, Sundance, Chief and Twister. When not caring for various pets or at work, Dr. Morgan also enjoys spending time with her family and friends, walking and horseback riding.

Dr. Ailsa Curie, vet in york, ny Dr. Ailsa D. Currie is a General Practitioner who has been with York Animal Hospital since 2003.

A native of Pictou, Nova Scotia, Canada, Dr. Currie says that she first fell in love with caring for animals as a young child. “I decided to become a veterinarian after visiting a friend’s farm at four years of age,” she says. “Since becoming a veterinarian, I have fallen in love with helping puppies and kittens get a good start in life and helping older pets maintain a healthy and active lifestyle.”

Upon graduation from high school in 1993, Dr. Currie entered the University of Prince Edward Island where she studied biology. While studying for her undergraduate degree, she regularly earned First Class Standing, the Canadian equivalent of Dean’s List. In 1997, she completed her undergraduate work to earn a Bachelor of Science in Biology.

After a two year break from academics, Dr. Currie enrolled in the University of Prince Edward Island's Atlantic Veterinary College. During her veterinary school studies she consistently achieved First Class Standing and was awarded the Canadian Kennel Club Surgery Award. In 2003, she graduated with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.

Her particular areas of professional interest include Surgery and General Medicine. She is also a member of the Atlantic Veterinary Medical Association and the American Animal Hospital Association.

Dr. Currie’s love of animals does not end at our doors as she has a number of pets, which include five cats – Halle, Sherekhan, Tanner, T2, and Spooky. She also has five dogs: two Border Collies named Zing! and Reese; a Black Lab named Keirra; a Miniature Australian Shepherd named Foster; and a Beagle named Butter. Recent additions include Moxie and Presto!

With so many dogs it is not surprising that she is also an avid participant in Flyball – a team dog racing sport – and is a member of the Buffalo Wings Flyball Dog Racing Team.

Dr. Currie is married and has two young children; a daughter named Piper and a son named Brooks.

Dr. Bruce Ingersol, veterinarian york ny Dr. Bruce D. Ingersoll grew up on a farm in Fulton, New York, and he remembers that his family had an orphaned lamb that would escape from his pen and follow him around. The lamb's name was Shadow. Today, he works with animals of all different sizes and shapes. "I love the variety this career brings, "Dr. Ingersoll said. "I never know how my day is going to shape up." Dr. Ingersoll joined us at York Animal Hospital in November of 2011.

He earned his undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Richmond in 1998. He was later awarded his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell in 2005. Dr. Ingersoll has a special interest in emergency medicine. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society.

Dr. Ingersoll shares his home with a 5-year old yellow lab named Havana and a long haired catnamed Gibson. For relaxation he plays volleyball, softball, travels, hikes and reads.