Dr. Harlan Witt
I grew up in Illinois but moved to Michigan to attend college. I graduated from Michigan State University in 1969. After college, I was fortunate enough to practice alongside Dr. Lyle Hartrick. I worked with Dr. Hartrick for 17 years before purchasing the practice from him. I have been practicing veterinary medicine for 49 years. I love performing general surgeries and orthopedic surgeries, such as ACL repairs. I have been happily married to my wife, Lee, for 52 years. Together we have two beautiful twin daughters and one amazing son. In my spare time, I like to golf, garden, fish, and spend quality time with my wonderful seven grandchildren.
Dr. Kenneth Corino
I’m originally from New York but moved to Michigan to study veterinary medicine at Michigan State University. GO GREEN! I graduated from MSU in 1994. For the past 25 years, I have practiced at a variety of veterinary hospitals and had the pleasure of working alongside some amazing veterinarians. I have been practicing at Hartrick for 6 years. Currently, I am available for appointments on Thursdays. Two things that I am passionate about are animals and all MSU sports.
Dr. Andralika Reed
Dr. Andralika Reed is new to Hartrick Veterinary Clinic. She is a 2018 graduate from Tuskegee College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Reed is very interested in Pathology. She and her husband have a beautiful baby girl. She relocated from Alabama to Michigan to work at Hartrick Veterinary Clinic. When not at work, Dr. Reed loves spending time with her husband and little girl.
Dr. Sarah Lindhurst
Dr. Sarah Lindhurst has been a part of our Hartrick Veterinary Clinic family as an associate veterinarian since August 2019. She began her journey and love for the veterinary field at the age of 12, starting as a kennel assistant. She quickly gained experience with general practice and emergency medicine as a veterinary technician for many years. Although she is a Michigan native, Dr. Lindhurst obtained her doctorate at Iowa State University and graduated in 2012. While at Iowa State, she received an award for outstanding performance in emergency medicine and critical care from the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society. Her professional interests include internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, and emergency medicine.
Outside of work, Dr. Lindhurst enjoys playing slow pitch softball, bowling, and attending sporting events and concerts with her husband, Brad. She has a background in showing dogs and has extensive knowledge of the Setter breeds. Dr. Lindhurst currently has three dogs in her family: a rescued mix breed dog named Chauncey, an Irish Setter named Lexi, and an Irish Red and White Setter named Chase.