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2829 East 27th Ave
Spokane, WA 99223

P. (509) 535-3551 • F. (509) 532-9989
Pet Emergency Clinic: (509) 326-6670

Our Veterinarians

Christine Perry-Siems

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.

Fear Free Certified Professional

Jessica Prewitt

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!

Marybeth Porter

Marybeth Porter, DVM

Dr. Porter became a veterinarian because she has always had a love for animals and science. She graduated in 1981 from WSU. Her goal at every visit is to address the concerns the client has for the patient, to give a thorough exam, and take care of the patient as the owner is able to do.

Dr. Porter is Fear Free Certified and is excited to help reduce fear, anxiety, and stress in our patients.

Dr. Porter's family includes her husband, one grown daughter and two grown sons. She has two Labradoodles of her own and takes pride in breeding an occassional litter of Labradoodles. And of course Sherlock, her 37 year old Amazon Parrot. 

Fear Free Certified

John Freeman

John Freeman, DVM

Dr. Freeman has always loved to be around animals and loved the idea of working with them. Becoming a veterinarian seemed to be agood way to be able to do that.

Dr. Freeman's goal with every patient is to understand their problem, figure our the cause, and fix it.

Dr. Freeman has joined our team in our fear free initiative and enjoys using the techniques he learned during his certification. He is now proud to say he is fear free certified.

Dr. Freeman's family consists of his wife Cary, his step children: Zak, Kori, and Kellie, and his son Braiden. They also have Zak the german shepherd, Zoloti the german shepherd, Jodi the miniature schnauzer, Kaijo the cat, Jessie the cat, Rio the mccaw, Charlie the sun conure and Ricky Bobby the green cheek conure. We don't want to forget the fish, turkeys, and deer that inhabit his property.

'You have to ride the horse in the direction that it is going'

Fear Free Certified

Dr. Sophie Lee

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.

Fear Free Certified