Dr. Hannah Moua
Dr. Moua received her undergraduate degree in biology from the University of Northwestern St. Paul in 2015 and is a 2021 graduate of Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She has worked in a wide variety of settings including anesthesiology, shelter medicine, wildlife rehabilitation, research, and small animal general practice. She is especially passionate about pocket pets–small exotic mammals like rabbits, guinea pigs, and rodents–as well as preventative/wellness medicine and client education. Additionally, she is Fear Free certified, meaning she has completed training to use methods that help reduce anxiety in pets during veterinary visits.
Dr. Moua has always loved all animals, but it was her first rabbit, Humphrey–a toothless, deaf Holland lop with one good eye–that made her fall in love with rabbits and pocket pet medicine. Currently, she and her husband share their home with four rabbits (Ghibli, Daisy, Sprout and Ted Bunny), and a mustached British shorthair cat, Groucho Marx. When she’s not working or caring for her pets, Dr. Moua spends her time hiking, traveling, reading, or being in prayer and worship with her small church family.