Christine Perry-Siems, DVM/Owner
Dr. Siems always wanted to to be a doctor, but found human medicine and hospitals unwelcoming. So she decided to follow in hr dads foot steps and become a veterinarian. She graduated from WSU in 1998. She finds creating lasting relationships with clients and their pets most rewarding.
Dr. Siems has a special interest in surgery, especially orthopedics. Her goal with every patient is to understand the clients concerns for their pet and offer compassionate care options that address these concerns.
Dr. Siems is working toward Fear Free Certification and loves the way the patients respond in a positive way.
Dr. Siems family consists of her husband Jeff, daughter Sophie, French Bulldog 'GiGi', and horses, ponies, chickens, and 'Rosebush' our cat.
Dr. Siems maintains the faith that things work out for the best, the way they were intended. She believes this is an optimistic outlook to live by.
Jessica Prewitt, DVM/Medical Director
Dr. Jessica Prewitt, like many vets, has wanted to be a veterinarian for as long as she can remember. Her father still has a picture she drew in preschool of herself as a veterinarian. She loves medicine, animals, and helping people. For Dr. Prewitt, being a veterinarian is the best combination of all the those. Having a healthy pet go home to a happy family is why she is a veterinarian.
Dr. Prewitt's goal is to work together with clients to provide the best possible care to each pet with the goal of having them live happier, healthier lives so their humans can love them longer.
Dr. Prewitt lives with her fiance, Austin, and their toddler, Finnigan, who are her world. They share their home with their two rescue pups, VeeVee and Porter, and their hairless kitty, Jynx.
Growing up, Dr. Prewitt remembers hearing her dad's life motto that he got from his mother: 'if you are anything in this world, be honest, hardworking, and kind.' From relationships with friends and family, to education and her career, she tries to live her life by those simple words: be honest, hardworking, and kind!