Amy Haraway DVM

Amy Haraway DVM Death Austin TX, Famous veterinarian has passed away

Amy Haraway DVM Death – Renowned veterinarian Amy Haraway DVM has passed away. She was so caring and wonderful. Amy Haraway was announced dead yesterday, Wednesday, the 20th of December 2023. Dr. Haraway was an amazing doctor, colleague, and even more amazing human- a force of nature, with a big caring heart.

An incredible veterinarian and a wonderful human being. She made a difference in this world. Not only was she amazing honest funny fun full of life and love but a friend. She was also an amazing mentor. Her warm smile and presence will be greatly missed but never forgotten.

Dr. Amy Haraway was a beloved member of the AVES family who touched the hearts of so many people and animals during her time. So far, no official news on her cause of death has been released.

Austin Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center released the following statement:

“Yesterday our team experienced a tragic loss of our close colleague and friend. Dr. Amy Haraway was a beloved member of the AVES family who touched the hearts of so many people and animals during her time with us. Her warm smile and presence will be greatly missed but never forgotten.”

“Tomorrow, 12/21, at 5:30 PM we will hold an open vigil at our practice. Everyone is welcome to come to honor her life and the impact she made in all of ours. We’ll be sharing our grief and gratitude with special words and memories.”

About Amy Haraway

Having earned her veterinary degree from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004, Dr. Haraway proceeded to complete a one-year Emergency and Critical Care internship at DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital in Portland, Oregon.

Her professional focus revolves around emergency medicine, trauma, and wound care. Subsequently, Dr. Haraway assumed a role at Northwest Veterinary Specialists and Emergency in Portland, OR, until 2019 when she relocated to Austin to be closer to her family.

In her leisure time, she indulges in pampering her lab cross, Eli, spending quality moments with family, engaging in reading, cooking, and playing the piano and violin. When the rivers are deemed safe, she enjoys taking Eli on hikes.

The family will release an obituary and funeral arrangements for Amy Haraway.

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