Dr. Sophie Lee
Dr. Sophie Lee became a veterinarian to care for pets and the people who love them. She lives and practices veterinary medicine by her core values of integrity, empathy, growth, respect, and building community. Dr. Lee seeks to develop long-lasting relationships with her clients and address their concerns at each visit. Her goal for each patient is health, happiness, longevity, and quality of life.
Dr. Lee is Fear Free certified and enjoys how these techniques allow her to care for each patient’s emotional wellbeing as well as their physical health. She has special interests in pain management, geriatric care, and feline medicine.
Dr. Lee and her husband, Jake, live in Pullman. Their pampered tuxedo cats, Maru and Dax, are the center of her world. Outside of work, Dr. Lee is usually found digging in her garden or curled up with a good book.
Dr. Mary Sinnamon
Dr. Mary Sinnamon is living her dream as she had wanted to be a veterinarian since early childhood. She has always had a fascination with all different kinds of animals and would attempt to learn all she could about them. Along with this fascination came a love for their well-being which developed later into her passion for medicine and concern for fellow pet-owners.
Dr. Sinnamon attended Michigan State University and currently lives with her wife, Elis, who is also a veterinarian. Their pride and joy include their 5 cats (Luna, Sgt. Pepper, Billie Joe, Manny, and Samhain), and a bunny named Kirby. She also has a variety of exotics: fancy goldfish and a pleco, snakes, geckos, a turtle, a tortoise, and a variety of invertebrates: blue death feigning beetles, a tailless whipscorpion, a hissing cockroach, and various species of tarantulas. She loves and has owned giant millipedes and various species of praying mantis. Ask her anything about her pets and you can get her to talk for hours!
Dr. Sinnamon loves all creatures great and small with a special interest in exotic animal medicine. Her goal is to work alongside pet-owners to provide the best possible care for their pets.