Dr. Sarah Jarosinski is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia. Her specific interests include managing intra- and postoperative pain with the use of locoregional analgesia, total intravenous anesthesia/partial intravenous anesthesia, and minimally invasive cases. Dr. Jarosinski also enjoys teaching and looks forward to providing continuing education opportunities for general practitioners, technicians, residents, interns and students.
Dr. Jarosinski is from the Richmond, Virginia area. She grew up knowing that she wanted to be a veterinarian after meeting an equine practitioner when she began riding horses at a young age. She graduated from Hollins University in 2012 where she was an active member of the equestrian team. After living in Virginia her whole life, she moved to Texas and graduated from veterinary school at Texas A&M University in 2016. After graduation, Dr. Jarosinski completed an internship at Mid Atlantic Equine Medical Center in New Jersey. Afterward, she moved back to Texas to complete a second large animal internship at Texas A&M followed by an anesthesia internship and an anesthesia residency. She became board-certified in 2022.
Though she’s from the east coast, Dr. Jarosinski is very excited to explore the west coast with her fiancé Josh, two dogs named Eloise and Daphne, and get back to riding horses after a long hiatus. She’s also an avid runner and is looking forward to the southern California weather.
- “The Effects of Prophylactic Dexmedetomidine Administration on General Anesthesia Recovery Quality in Healthy Dogs Anesthetized with Sevoflurane and a Fentanyl Constant Rate Infusion Undergoing Elective Orthopedic Procedures.” Frontiers, Frontiers, 28, Sept. 2021, Read Article
- “The Effects of Xylazine or Detomidine When Used as a Pre-Anesthetic Sedative on Recovery Quality and Duration in Horses Undergoing Elective Equine Castration.” The Canadian Veterinary Journal = La Revue Veterinaire Canadienne, Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, Sept. 2021, Read Article
- “Ultrasound-Assisted Injection of the Centrodistal Joint in the Horse.” BEVA, 5 Oct. 2020, Read Article