GARY L. JOHNSON DVM
Dr. Gary L. Johnson Dr Johnson is a WSU graduate of 1971. He has enjoyed practicing veterinary medicine and serving his valued clientele for over 30 years. He enjoys orthopedic surgeries, senior pet medicine and general medicine on all small pets Your pet will feel at ease and comfortable with his caring and compassionate treatment. His clients often comment about his kind nature that puts pets at ease and calm during their visits. They wag their tails and purr throughout their visits, making a trip to the vet a pleasant experience.
Dr. Johnson, a bird-dog vet known to many, loves the sport of field trialing labradors. He has been training bird dogs and trialing his dogs since the 1970's, a long time passion and hobby. A true appreciation for the sporting dog types, Dr. Johnson is fond of the bond between a dog and his owner and enjoys hearing stories from his clients.
Dr. Johnson lives overlooking the tulip fields and runs each day with his dog, keeping fit. He likes writing poetry and music too! He lives with his black labs, Cairn terrier and Australian Shepherd.
Janice Rhodes DVM
Dr Rhodes joined Highland Animal Clinic in the fall of 2009 with 23 years practice experiencein the San Diego area. She actively enjoyed practicing medicine and her special interest in surgeryin a multi doctor practice and brings her enthusiasm to the Highland team.
Dedication, compassion and thoroughness are applied to each case that she works. Her warm friendly approach brings comfort to our clients as they are assured their pet will be treated with the utmost care. Dr Rhodes takes time to listen to each client and explains all issues with care for each pet.
She has special interest in skin disorders, dental disease and surgery. Her application of acupuncture and understanding of complimentary medicine helps serve her patients with excellence. She lives locally with her two georgeous golden retrievers and husband! She looks forward to meeting all of Highland Animal Clinic's dedicated and new clientel.
Lisa Donaldson, DVM
Dr. Donaldson practices compassionate care and brings strong medical and surgical skills on a variety of species. She loves to laugh and contributes to our positive environment and staff. She graduated from Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences with her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 1998. She began her veterinary career in California and practiced medicine as a relief veterinarian. She continued her work in a busy five doctor practice and gained focused experience with reproduction in canines where she had the pleasure of teaching incoming young veterinarians. She moved to the northwest in 2007 where she focused on feline exclusive medicine in for the last few years. She longed to return to a mixed small animal practice where she could use her vast experience with dogs as well. Her friendly, confident approach with clients is an excellent asset to our practice. Her hobbies include riding horses in the hunter jumper discipline and spending time with her family.
Dr Noemie Haas joins Highland Animal Clinic's team of veterinarians part time. She graduated from Washington State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1996 and has practiced in the Marysville area for many years. She brings experience and compassion and her skills in dentistry, internal medicine, feline medicine and much more. We are happy to have her as part of our team and we provide more flexible hours for our clients as an effort to serve you better.
Northwest Veterinary Surgery, Inc is a mobile small animal referral surgical practice serving the Puget Sound and western Washington. Mobile referral surgery allows your pet to have advanced surgical procedures at your regular veterinarian's office, thereby allowing your pet to be treated in a familiar setting by familiar professionals. Since referral veterinary care often requires driving to a distant location and multiple trips for rechecks, mobile surgical care for your dog or cat prevents long and taxing drives that might require time off from work and increased stress on your pet.
Dr. Mark Davis is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) and is a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner (CCRP). Dr. Davis is a 1993 graduate of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Oklahoma State University and completed his small animal surgical residency at Texas A&M University. He has been board certified since 1999 and has extensive experience in orthopedic, soft tissue/reconstructive and neurosurgical techniques.
In Heart Felt Memories for Our Friend, Co-Worker, Veterinarian....
Rebecca Moody DVM
Dr Rebecca Moody was a joy for our staff to work with and our clients enjoyed every moment of her kind, compassionate and dedicated care. In the spring of 2012, she lost her battles with a long term illness. We will miss her dedication, kindness, comradery and wonderful personality, she is dearly missed.