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Sandy Nelson, DVM
Dr. Nelson’s outside interests include adventuring outside with her family, road trips and camping, playing with her guitar, and entertaining her two dogs, Skitzzy and Wren.
Dr. Nelson is Fear Free certified.
Rachel Baker, DVM
Dr. Rachel Baker is a 6th generation Oregonian who completed her undergraduate studies in biology and chemistry at the University of Oregon before earning her DVM from Oregon State University. She has been serving the Tigard/Beaverton/Lake Oswego areas for the last 11 years. Dr. Baker loves establishing relationships with her patients/clients and advocating for their best care through dentistry, internal medicine, surgery, pain management, and preventative medicine. She is one of the lucky ones who met the love of her life in high school and they tied the knot in 2010. She and her husband started a family in 2014 with the debut of their only son Bobby. They have four cats (Mo, Ozzy, Olly, and Tilly) and an older black lab/pit bull mix named Violet. When not working, Dr. Baker loves vacationing in warm places, gardening, napping, and spending time outdoors with her family.
Cassie, Practice Manager
Cassie started her veterinary career at 17 years old when she got an afterschool job cleaning the local animal hospital in the evenings and taking care of their in-house pets. Cassie realized very quickly that the world of caring for animals was for her and has grown in her career and knowledge over the years working in general practice, exotics, emergency, physical therapy, and holistic veterinary medicine. Cassie’s love for all things pets worked its way into 7 years of training dogs in the evenings and fostering for local rescues specializing in Pitbulls and seniors of any breed.
Cassie is married and is owned by 3 dogs. In her free time Cassie enjoys baking, exploring the Oregon coast, gardening, and travel
Maycie, Licensed Technician
Maycie started her career in the veterinary field when she was 16 years old through a high school internship. She always knew she wanted to work with animals. As a young child, her dream was to become a zoo keeper when she grew up! Maycie soon realized that she found her calling in the veterinary field. She became a licensed veterinary technician in California in 2018 and has since worked in multiple general practices, ER/Specialty hospitals, and even with a traveling orthopedic surgeon.
Maycie is married and lives with 2 rescue pups from Mexico, Carson and Anza, a one eyed kitty, Toulouse. In her free time, Maycie loves to explore the outdoors hiking or driving around in her Jeep, listening to loud music, and spends lots of type cycling and running.
Martha, Lead Receptionist
When not at work Martha loves to hang out with her husband haunting antique stores, museums, used books stores, and occasionally even nature walks. Or she can be found snuggled at home with her husband and her two pups, Annie and Bixby, reading, watching old movies, or yakking with her two grown children.
Martha is Fear Free certified.
Sayge, Veterinary Assistant
Sayge found her passion for working with animals through experience at an animal shelter in Pennsylvania. Sayge has moved around a lot her whole life, but has landed herself in Oregon where she plans to go to school to become a certified veterinary technician.
In her spare time Sayge enjoys making art, reading, binging TV shows, and spending time with her cat Frodo. Sayge considers herself an animal lover of all sorts, but cats hold a special place in her heart
Emily, Veterinary Assistant and Receptionist
You may recognize Emily from her previous work in our areas doggy day cares and she often recognizes your pets as well! Emily came to us with a desire to get a deeper understanding of veterinary medicine with a long term goal of helping shelter pets find their forever homes.
Emily is our “Jill of all trades”, sometimes she is answering phones and helping you get your pet set up for an appointment and other times she is your room tech helping the doctor get your furry friends the care they need.
Emily lives with an orange tabby named Alfie who has very quickly given her an introduction into the treatment of various medical conditions. But Alfie is very lucky to have her and have the support of an entire veterinary team.
Emily’s hobbies and interests include her movie club, a deep love for olive garden, and spending time with her family at the cabin on the lake.