Our Team


Greg Ingman, DVM

Associate Veterinarian at CVVC
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Dr. Ingman grew up in Grays Harbor County where as a youth he was a nine-year 4-H member with projects in poultry, goats, horses, and cattle. An early interest in animals and their owners had him focused on veterinary school by the time he entered junior high. After high school graduation, he attended Washington State University for three years of pre-veterinary curriculum and was accepted into the veterinary school. While in veterinary school he was active in many student organizations.

After graduating from veterinary school in 1984 he and his wife Barb moved to Sedro-Woolley where he practiced for four years. In 1988 he started the current Chuckanut Valley Veterinary Clinic as a mobile large animal practice. The practice grew and expanded to include small animals in a leased facility on Pulver Road. Soon the practice outgrew the small leased facility and the current Chuckanut Valley Veterinary Clinic was built in 1996.

Dr. Ingman lives in Bow with his wife Barb and they have three children Brock, Blake, and Haylie. Family pets include a Jack Russell Terrier named Tug, and a very special cat named Me-No. He also raises dairy replacement heifers. Dr. Ingman is a member of the AVMA, WSVMA, and the American Association of Bovine Practitioners.

The Ingman family are big WSU Cougar Fans and make frequent trips to Pullman to support their beloved Cougars.

Jake Searle, DVM

Associate Veterinarian at CVVC
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Born and raised in Monroe, Washington, Dr. Searle spent most of his time outdoors playing soccer, working with the farm animals, and going to school. After High School, he went to Washington State University for a total of eight years. He received his Bachelors of Science in Genetics and Cell Biology, and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, Surgery, and Dentistry.

Dr. Searle says “Pullman is a great place to go to school. I grew a lot while I was there and most of all became truly convinced that anyone can achieve their hearts desire.” During his last year at WSU, he concentrated on mixed animal medicine and small animal surgery. This included blocks at Kulshan Veterinary Clinic in Lynden, Washington where he got to see and practice at a large mixed animal clinic, at an equine surgery practice in Gresham, Oregon, Northwest Equine, and at a mixed animal WSU extension clinic in Caldwell, Idaho.

Through continuing education, Dr. Searle has focused on small animal medicine and surgery. Recently Dr. Searle attended AO North America Orthopedic conference on techniques in fracture fixation including external skeletal fixators, intramedullary pinning and bone plating. Dr. Searle has really enjoyed Skagit County. He says there is a nice mix of all species, great outdoor activities, and wonderful hardworking people.

Dr. Searle, his wife and children have many pets of their own. Their family loves and enjoys Gus, the trusty black lab, Poppy, the loving DLH kitty, and several other farm animals.

Emily Knopf, DVM

Associate Veterinarian at CVVC & Chuckanut Feline Center
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Dr. Emily Knopf has been a veterinarian at Chuckanut Valley Veterinary Clinic since graduation from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. Dr. Knopf was inspired to be a veterinarian at the early age of three. Previous to age three, she had entertained hopes of becoming a lion tamer. Ironically, those skills may have helpful with some of the more reluctant feline patients. Her childhood passion for horses and an especially long-lived family cat named Mitten encouraged a career in veterinary medicine.

After graduation from high school in her hometown of Everett, she attended Washington State University in Pullman. After two years in the Honors undergraduate program, she entered the veterinary school. During veterinary school, she was active in many of the different clubs and even participated in her school’s national academic competitions.

After graduation, Dr. Knopf sought a quality mixed animal practice at which to begin her career in veterinary medicine. Dr. Knopf found that type of practice at Chuckanut Valley Veterinary Clinic.

She enjoys the ability to work as a team with multiple doctors and the excellent, highly qualified staff as well as specialized equipment. Dr. Knopf particularly enjoys and specializes in internal medicine and feline medicine. She feels it is very important to create community awareness of animal health issues. In an effort to encourage students to pursue careers in veterinary medicine, she often volunteers to speak at schools and other events. She is also an adjunct professor at Bellingham Technical College teaching the next generation of veterinary technicians. She enjoys living in Skagit County and shares a home in the hillside neighborhood of Mount Vernon with her cats, Braun and Luna and her yellow lab, Eva. Her passions include traveling, across the US, Western Europe, England, Ireland and Scotland, hiking, gardening and yoga.

Kristen Mowrer, DVM

Associate Veterinarian at CVVC
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Dr. Kristen Mowrer (Pierson) is a Burlington-Edison High School graduate and Skagit County native. Dr. Mowrer grew up on a farm just outside of Burlington and spent her childhood riding bikes through the crop fields, playing with her dolls in the mud, and caring for many pets over the years. Her true passion was always horses and during her teens she competed very successfully with her paint horse, TJ, at state and national level horse shows. After high school Dr. Mowrer followed in family tradition and continued her education at Washington State University, earning a degree in Zoology before attending veterinary school.

Dr. Mowrer knew from a young age that she wanted to be a veterinarian when she grew up, thanks to her immeasurable love of animals combined with a passion for science and problem solving. Dr. Mowrer enjoys wellness medicine and disease prevention, pain management including acupuncture, chronic disease management, critical care cases, and soft tissue surgery.

Outside of the clinic Dr. Mowrer enjoys riding her paint horse, Tula, road bicycling, yoga, traveling, and remodeling her century-old farmhouse with her husband. They have a silly Border Collie-mix named Bennett, two talkative orange cats named Freydy and Tweaker, and 3 paint horses: Tula, Lucy, and TJ.

Marcie Mullen, DVM

Associate Veterinarian at CVVC
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Dr. Marcie Mullen grew up on a farm just outside of Lyman, WA – in the upper Skagit Valley. In her youth she spent much of her free time wading through rivers and streams to the perfect fishing hole, backpacking all over the North Cascades, and running in local road races. Her interest in animals was sparked at a very young age, and she convinced her parents to let her own a menagerie of pets and farm animals.

After graduating from Sedro Woolley High School, Dr. Mullen attended Central Washington University – where she ran competitively for the cross-country and track and field teams. Somewhere during college, Dr. Mullen developed a strong interest in veterinary medicine and began volunteering for the local humane society and a mixed-animal practice. After graduating summa cum laude with a Bachelors of Science in Biology, she was admitted to Oregon State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. While in veterinary school she was active in many student small animal and large animal clubs and organizations.

Dr. Mullen is thrilled to be back in the Skagit Valley practicing mixed-animal medicine, and is our newest veterinarian at Chuckanut Valley Veterinary Clinic, joining us in 2013. While she enjoys meeting and helping every one of the patients and their owners that come to the clinic, she is especially excited to work with small ruminants and small animal internal medicine.

Dr. Mullen is temporarily living in Lyman with her husband, Jesse Buffum, while their own home is being completed in Sedro Woolley. Their pets include an always-injured Golden Retriever named Keeper and an overly-affectionate red Australian Heeler named Mel. Dr. Mullen loves to spend her off-time with family and friends, and continues to enjoy running, hiking, fly-fishing, and gardening. She recently took up CrossFit and is hoping to learn to cook without setting off the fire-alarm!

Carl Johnson, DVM

Associate Veterinarian at CVVC & Chuckanut Feline Center
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Dr. Carl Johnson was born and raised in New Hampshire, where he grew up wanting to be a veterinarian. He attended the University of New Hampshire, where he received his Animal Science degree. After graduation he took some time off from school and worked as a farmer, then moved to the Seattle area and worked as a veterinary assistant. He returned to college at the University of Washington, receiving his degree in Cellular Molecular Biology and then completed his studies at Washington State University, graduating with his degree in Veterinary Medicine in 2001.

During Dr. Johnson’s senior year as a veterinary student, he spent his month long preceptorship here, at Chuckanut Valley Veterinary Clinic! Upon completion of his veterinary rotations in Pullman, he returned to the Pacific Northwest and now resides in Bellingham.

He enjoys working with dogs and cats, and has a special interest in emergency medicine, toxicology, trauma, acute care and critical care. Dr. Johnson has been a member of the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society for the last 13 years.

He likes to spend his free time gardening and enjoying the outdoors through biking, hiking, kayaking, and cross-country skiing with his wife and son. He will log nearly 2,000 Smart Trips in one year, where he has ridden his bike or walked, in place of driving a vehicle in Whatcom county. He and his family have two black domestic longhaired kitty friends, Molasses and Cinder, and two dogs; a Cattle Dog cross named Dodge and Moxie, the Maltese.

Christina Meyer, DVM

Associate Veterinarian at CVVC
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Dr. Meyer graduated from Washington State University's College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008.

Soon after graduating she moved to New Zealand where she worked for seven years on companion animals and working dogs. She has a special interest in birds and enjoyed the chance to work on a couple of Kiwi birds and the odd penguin while in New Zealand. Pictured is a Kingfisher.

Working farm dogs are an important part of the agriculture industry in New Zealand and Dr. Meyer played the role of keeping them in top performing condition. The dogs were injury prone since they were often working with cattle and running along horses. This was where Dr. Meyer developed her extensive skills as an orthopedic and soft tissue surgeon. She has taken several continuing education courses on fracture repair, ligament injuries and road traffic trauma.

She returned back to the Pacific Northwest in 2015 and looks forward to exploring the outdoors with her two poodle mix dogs.

Joe Powers, DVM

Associate Veterinarian at CVVC
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Dr. Joe Powers was raised in Colville, WA and grew up playing baseball, skiing, snowboarding, and exploring the nearby lakes and Columbia River. He is a Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine graduate, and completed his veterinary preceptorship at Chuckanut Valley Veterinary Clinic during his senior year!

While at WSU, he spent his time volunteering and working at the Humane Society in Moscow, ID and the WSU Veterinary Hospital. During his Junior year, he studied abroad in Oahu, HI and then returned to WSU to finish his zoology degree. 

Opportunities during vet school allowed Dr. Powers to visit the Esther Honey Clinic in the Cook Islands for 3 months, where he helped provide care for the dogs and cats of Rarotonga and Aitutaki. In addition, he traveled with a group to Guatemala to provide much needed veterinary services, such as castration, deworming, and vaccination for Rabies, for the working horses in the country. The contacts that he made while spending time in the Cook Islands offered another opportunity to allow he and his partner, Dr. Christina Meyer, to move to New Zealand in 2008.

For the greater part of the last seven years, Dr. Powers has worked in mixed animal practice, largely focused on herd/flock health issues and caring for the working farm dogs. He worked closely with a great group of Black Angus, Hereford, and Simmental breeders on the east coast of the north island, learning a great deal from them while in New Zealand. The farms he worked on were large, extensive, and relatively well suited for cow/calf and sheep breeding operations; with some of the farms finishing their stock on the easier country.

New Zealand wasn't all hard work, and they were able to manage some time to explore and get out for the occasional snorkeling, diving, fishing and or surfing mission. It was a great experience, but even with all it had to offer, New Zealand is a long way from home and family, and he and Dr. Meyer are excited to return to the Pacific Northwest.

Technicians & Assistants

Brandi Knapp, LVT, CCRP

Licensed Veterinary Technician, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner at CVVC
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Brandi started working at the clinic in 2004, moving from central Oregon.

She attended Montana State University studying Animal Science, and then graduated from Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology. In 2008 she became a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner after studying at the University of Tennessee. She is excited about being able to offer physical rehabilitation to the many clients and pets that she enjoys working with.

Her animal family at home is comprised of a very sweet and sassy English Bulldog who looks forward to any day she can go fishing, riding in her bike cart, wildlife watching, or find a quiet spot to catch up on her beauty rest. She even loves to retrieve, learning these and many other “big dog” skills from her very special yellow Labrador Retriever sister, Molly, who passed away in 2008 and is dearly missed.

Brandi has a special interest in all of those athletic hunting breeds, those very wrinkly and entertaining bulldogs, and large animals as well.

Brett Husby, LVT

Licensed Veterinary Technician at CVVC
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Brett joined our clinic in August of 2005.

He attended Pierce College for two years where he received an Associate in Veterinary Technology. His special interests in the veterinary field include: parasitology, dentistry, and anesthesiology.

He lives in Mount Vernon with his wife, Eilidh, and his cat, Oscar. In his spare time he enjoys playing the guitar, spending time outdoors, and reading.

Kira Welton, LVT, SAMP

Licensed Veterinary Technician, Small Animal Massage Practitioner at CVVC
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Kira started working at our clinic as an assistant in May 2008. She received her certificate as a Small Animal Massage Practitioner in 2013, and passed her national board certification to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician in 2014.

She has a lot of experience in the husbandry and training of large exotics. After graduating from SWHS she then enrolled into a training facility in Spokane working with lions, tigers, and bears (go ahead say it, “lions and tigers and bears, O my!!”). To continue her education Kira interned for six months at Sea Life Park in Hawaii working with dolphins and sea lions. She then moved to California to work with exotic cats and bears for TV and film work. Missing her family in Washington, Kira moved back and acquired a job at the Humane Society of Skagit Valley. There she found interest in the medical side of the job and is now working with us.

Having a love for animals all her life, Kira has been around many of them- from cats to pot belly pigs. She has a house full of rescued animals of her own, two pit bull terriers, three cats and a continuous amount of kittens that she fosters through the humane society.

Cassna LaCount

Veterinary Assistant, Inventory Manager at CVVC
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Cassna began employment in April 2011 and she was selected because of her past experience and her love for animals. In addition to her role as a veterinary assistant, she became our inventory manager in January 2015.

Cassna has been working in veterinary medicine for approximately 6 years; first at a local clinic and then she moved down to a very busy practice in King County. Cassna is currently taking online classes to obtain her Veterinary Technology degree and hopes to continue to grow and learn from the excellent veterinary staff at CVVC.

Cassna, and her 3 kids (ranging in ages toddler to young adult), share their home with 2 dogs and 2 cats: Mini Me, a 3 lb. Chihuahua; Tessa, a Golden Retriever/Boxer mix; Pitter Pat, a "fluffy" lovable male; and Gizmo, the ruler of the roost.

Maggie deSouza, LVT

Licensed Veterinary Technician at CVVC
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Maggie has been with CVVC, off and on, since 2011 as a Licensed Veterinary Technician.

Maggie was born and raised in Seattle, WA and graduated from Meadowdale H.S. in 1985. She has had a love for animals since she was a small child. Growing up she had dogs, cats and horses. Before Maggie became interested in the veterinary field, she was an animal trainer for TV and movies. She worked on the TV show Northern Exposure, and movies such as Surviving the Game and Legends of the Fall.

Maggie later turned her interest towards veterinary medicine and has been in the field since 1999. She received an Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology from Portland Community College in 2002. After graduating, she spent the next 7 years working in an equine specialty practice in Central Oregon.

In 2010, Maggie moved back to Washington to be closer to her family. Maggie has a teenage daughter (go Tigers!), a Rottweiler named Whisper, a Labrador mix, Macy and an 8 pound “fluff” named Yoshi. She also has two cats that rule the roost, Oakley and Turley.

Maggie is also a Realtor with Re/Max Territory in Burlington. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling to tropical places, horseback riding, taking her dogs on walks, going to the beach and NASCAR.


Michele Sinclair, LVT

Licensed Veterinary Technician at Chuckanut Feline Center
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Michele joined CVVC in October 2013.

She graduated from Bellingham Technical College in 2012 with an Associate in Veterinary Technology. She has always held a strong passion for helping animals of all types, and is especially fond of felines.

Growing up in a Navy family, traveling around America and exploring the outdoors and wildlife were regular hobbies for her. After rescuing a crow stuck in her backyard fence at the age of 5, she knew she wanted to work with animals for her career. When not caring for pets, she enjoys photography and music, or doing activities outdoors such as fishing, camping, and snowboarding. She currently resides in Ferndale with her 2 sweet kitties, 3 lovely hens and a couple of goofy goldfish.

Caitlin Jacobson

Veterinary Assistant at CVVC & Chuckanut Feline Center
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Caitlin joined our team in 2013.

She has a Bachelor of Science in Zoology from WSU, and a certificate in Veterinary Assisting from Northwest Career and Technical Academy.

In her spare time she enjoys reading, spending time with family and friends, exploring, and teaching her cat, Oliver, new tricks.

She one day hopes to return to school to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician.

Jena Hayes

Veterinary Assistant at CVVC
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Jena started working at CVVC in September 2013.

She graduated from SVC with a certificate in veterinary assisting, and would one day like to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician.

Growing up in Mount Vernon, she has always been around animals, with rabbits and a cat in 4-H, and lambs in the FFA.

Jena currently lives with her husband and their two daughters. They have Hope, the beagle mix dog, and the mini Rex Cross rabbit named Prince Periwinkle, whom their oldest daughter is in 4-H with.

Isabelle Kuhblank

Veterinary Assistant at CVVC
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Isabelle started in the veterinary industry in 2009 as an assistant at a Polson, MT animal shelter, and then worked for a German veterinarian in 2011, where the veterinary team did a lot of work for a rescue organization, which allowed her to enjoy fostering plenty of dogs.

She has an Associates Degree in Liberal Arts, and aspires to start veterinary technician school in the near future, eventually completing a Bachelor’s Degree. She really loves dog training and hopes to incorporate that into her career one day.

She is a Skagit Valley native, but spent most of her youth in Florida and Montana. She fell back in love with the area and loves living in the PNW. Her absolute favorite thing in the world is hiking and backpacking near Mount Baker with her dogs. Arya is a timid, sweet Australian Cattle dog mix, and her other awesome dog, Rogan, is a goofy and snuggly Doberman Pinscher. Isabelle also enjoys biking with her dogs, sewing, reading and music.

Heather Carr

Veterinary Assistant at CVVC
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Heather joined CVVC as a veterinary assistant in June 2014. She has been in the veterinary field since 1997, and moved to Washington state in 2001.

Heather spends her time with her husband, daughter, three lab mix dogs- Jake, Tyson, and Moose, her horse, Johnny, and two chickens and ducks. She has been riding horses since she was 5 years old and has had dogs her whole life. Together with her family, she enjoys camping, fishing, and crabbing.

Amber Owen

Veterinary Assistant at CVVC
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Amber began working at CVVC in December 2014, after moving from Boulder, Colorado.

At the Humane Society of Boulder Valley in Colorado, Amber was involved in all areas of providing care to the many animals there. She is interested in all aspects of veterinary medicine and hopes to continue furthering her knowledge at CVVC.

Amber has three dogs, Lucy, Xander, and Rory; one horse, Bilbo Baggins; three leopard geckos, Moose, Scully, and Arrietty; one bearded dragon, Teeto; a three-toed box turtle named Sasha and a Russian tortoise named Toothless.

In her free time Amber enjoys hiking, photography, and riding her horse. She has ridden most of her life, starting out in jumpers and dressage, and now takes her Mustang gelding on trail rides. She also has quite a collection of orchids.

Client Service Representatives

Christy Lyon

Office Manager at CVVC
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Christy has been with our clinic since November 1998.

Christy has many pets at home including dogs and cats. Away from work she enjoys being a 4-H leader of the local Kidz-N-K-9s dog 4-H club, which has dog and service dog projects. She has been a leader of this club since 1999. She also enjoys raising service dog puppies for Summit Assistance Dogs based out of Anacortes. Christy has raised eleven puppies over the years. Each puppy raised by Christy is socialized at our clinic for an approximate period of sixteen months.

Christy was Skagit County’s 2009 4-H Leader of the Year.

Terri McCoy Hodgins

Client Service Representative at CVVC
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Terri came to the clinic in May of 1999 with an extensive customer service background.

She has worked in a variety of fields, but being a animal lover, Chuckanut Valley Veterinary Clinic seemed the perfect fit. Terri is married with three grown children and is a very proud grandmother to 8 beautiful grandchildren, all who keep her very busy. Her family also includes "Max" the Rat Terrier.

Terri's special interests include gardening, landscaping, canning, home improvement projects and restoring their 1936 Ford with her husband Cliff.

Trista Peterson

Client Service Representative at CVVC
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Trista joined CVVC in 2012.

She was an instructor at Northwest Hair Academy previously, and in addition professionally grooms beef cattle for the show ring. She grew up in Stanwood, Washington where she was part of the local 4-H Club active in showing beef cattle, sheep and swine.

Trista has a German Wirehaired Pointer named Emma, who loves her toys, chasing birds and running in mud puddles.

Nichole Parks

Client Service Representative at CVVC
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We welcomed Nichole to our team in August 2013.

Nichole has some background in medical billing and previously worked at Puget Sound Surgical Center. She volunteers at her children's school and is a Girl Scout Troop Leader in Clearlake. Her animal family love's include her two cats Shona and Charles.

Mindy Richardson

Client Service Representative at Chuckanut Feline Center
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Mindy has been with CVVC since Sept 2014. She started her career in 1997 in Orange County, California and has been working with animals in some form ever since. She is certified in wildlife rehabilitation, as well as dog grooming.

Mindy has worked in a few clinics in Whatcom County as a receptionist/veterinary assistant and has gained a lot of experience working with wild and domestic birds. She works at our Bellingham clinic, Chuckanut Feline Center, and absolutely loves it! She also enjoys pet/housesitting when our clients leave town and need care for their furry or feathered loved ones.

Mindy has a teenage daughter named Sierra and 2 Siamese cats; a Snowshoe named Kenai and a Ragdoll named Mufasa.

Shana Weiderman

Client Service Representative at CVVC
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Shana joined CVVC in January 2015. She has been working in the veterinary field for 22 years.

Shana shares her home with a Rottweiler/Lab mix named Kona, a Pitbull mix named Sasha, and two senior cats named Bobby and Sunset.

Shana spends her free time volunteering and organizing events at the community hall in Marblemount, where she lives. She also loves hiking and many outdoor activities.



Clinic Cat

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I decided to adopt the clinic in 2001, when I was just a brand new kitten. I was found underneath of the clinic while it was being built, cold and shivering by myself, and soon won the hearts of the staff, and became a very proud mascot shortly after.

You'll find me roaming the clinic, checking in on each of the staff members to see if they've got a moment to offer a loving scratch or time for play. My favorite past times include lounging on the warm computers, drinking out of water cups, and racing up and down the hallways whenever I've got a bit of energy to spare. If you see me around, say hello. I'm always available and enjoy all the attention I can get!

Employee of the Quarter

Congratulations staff, thank you for your excellent service!

Employee of the Quarter:

Our team votes quarterly to select an outstanding staff member who works above and beyond the call of duty. These employees show outstanding dedication and compassion for animals, are wonderful teammates, and provide ultimate customer service to our clients.

If you have a staff member that you feels deserves recognition, please email Tami at tami@chuckanutvet.com so she can be sure and relay this great news.

Join us in congratulating the following:


Isabelle Kuhblank- 1st Quarter

Tracy Cicero-2nd Quarter


Lori Fisher - 1st Quarter

Isabelle Kuhblank-2nd Quarter

Caitlin Jacobson-3rd Quarter

Cassna LaCount & Jody Walton- 4th Quarter 


Trista Peterson - 1st Quarter

Brett Husby- 2nd Quarter

Sharon Holcomb- 3rd Quarter

Kira Matthews-4th Quarter


Christy Lyon - 1st Quarter

Terri Hodgins - 2nd Quarter

Jayla Mills - 3rd Quarter

Michelle Beaulaurier - 4th Quarter


The Entire CVVC Staff - 1st Quarter

Brett Husby - 2nd Quarter

Kristina Oril - 3rd Quarter

Ashley Janz - 4th Quarter


Brandi Thill – 1st Quarter

Jessie Keller - 2nd Quarter

Christy Lyon - 3rd Quarter

Kira Matthews - 4th Quarter


Lori Fisher – 1st Quarter

Michelle Beaulaurier – 2nd Quarter

Matthew Wesley – 3rd Quarter

Tami Schorno – 4th Quarter


Sharon Novakovich – 1st Quarter

Brett Husby – 2nd Quarter

Christy Lyon – 3rd Quarter

Kira Matthews – 4th Quarter


Sarah Vanderwerff – 1st Quarter

Tami Schorno – 2nd Quarter

Lana Andrews – 3rd Quarter

Laura Hohmann – 4th Quarter


Brett Husby – 1st Quarter

Wendy Sekora – 2nd Quarter

Christy Lyon – 3rd Quarter

Brandi Thill – 4th Quarter


Beth Scheenstra – 1st Quarter

Jill Mason – 2nd Quarter

Michelle Slaman – 3rd Quarter

Suzanne Ostebo – 4th Quarter


Cathy Mouser – 1st Quarter

Kat Priebe – 2nd Quarter

Beth Scheenstra – 3rd Quarter

Tami Schorno – 4th Quarter


Christy Lyon – 1st Quarter

Tami Schorno – 2nd Quarter

Emily Axelson – 3rd Quarter

Wendy Sekora – 4th Quarter


Emily Knopf – 3rd Quarter

Terri Hodgins – 4th Quarter