Dr. Sandie Wood, DVM, PGRS-C



Dr. Sandie Wood was born and raised in small town, Oklahoma. Having been raised on a beef and dairy farm, she grew to love animals at an early age. She attended Oklahoma State University and received an Honor’s Bachelor of Science in Animal Science, graduating summa cum laude. She went on to achieve her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2016 at OSU as well. Dr. Wood briefly practiced in Michigan but wanted to be closer to family and the region of NWA she had come to know and love while in Oklahoma. 

Dr. Wood has been Fear Free Certified since March 2018 and was the Fear Free Champion at her previous practice. Dr. Wood also completed advanced training as a Certified Pet-Loss Grief Recovery Specialist (PGRS-C), enabling her to help pet parents and continue to support the human-animal bond even past the loss of the pet. 

Outside of work, Dr. Wood enjoys her mini-farm: a few goats, a mammoth donkey, and small flock of chickens.  Dr. Wood and her husband, Jonathan, also have 4 dogs: Mojo Jojo (a rescue mutt), Speedy (a former bomb-sniffing dog and former research participant), Monty (a smaller rescue mutt), and Ginger Snaps (a rescued Old English Bulldog). They have 3 cats: Simba, Sofie, and Fitz, a rescue who has been blind since birth.  Dr. Wood is a closet nerd and enjoys Dr. Who, subtitled anime, DnD, and board games.  Another favorite pastime is singing in the car, but occasionally Dr. Wood can be heard singing just about anywhere.


Hannah Crabb

Veterinary Assistant

Hannah Crabb was born and raised in NWA, on a farm outside of Harrison. Hannah likes to say that her family’s farm is like a mini zoo because they had all kinds of animals from dogs and cats to Foxes and Sugar gliders and everything in between. Hannah currently resides in Fayetteville, Arkansas with her daughter, Sterling, and their Corgi, Piper. She has a love and passion for animals as well as the outdoors.

Ms. Crabb is currently in the process of going to school to get her degree in Animal Science through the University of Arkansas. Hannah is Fear-Free Certified and looks forward to serving you and your pets!


Heather Espe, LVT

Licensed Veterinary technician

Meet Heather, Kindness in Motion’s Tech on the Go!

Heather started on her veterinary path as a receptionist in 2006. She quickly became a veterinary assistant and then a licensed vet technician in the state of Washington in 2015. Over the last few years, she has developed a special interest in behavior, focusing on patients that are fearful with and without aggression. As part of the Kindness in Motion team, her goal is to foster a positive relationship with our patients and clients while making vet care at home accessible to all.

Heather currently resides in Springdale with her husband, 2 pugs (Kenny and Mr. Bean) and Chi-weenie (Evi). she enjoys napping and watching movies in her off time, but may eventually venture into the outdoors, fingers crossed!