Dr. Linda Allen - Dr. Allen obtained a degree in cellular and molecular biology from Cal State Northridge in 1987 and her degree in veterinary medicine from U.C. Davis in 1991.
Prior to moving to the beautiful Olympic Peninsula in 1999, Dr.Allen owned a companion animal practice in the high desert of southern California, where in addition to the general practice she enjoyed working with the dogs at Guiding Eyes.
Dr. Allen moved to the beautiful northwest in 1999 to raise her two children and opened Pacific Northwest Veterinary Hospital in 1999 and renovated a 1920's home.
Dr. Allen and both children were very active with the United States Pony Club. Dr. Allen has recently experienced "empty nesters" syndrome with both children leaving out of state to attend college.
Her four-legged children consisting of two horses, three dogs, and four cats continue to keep her busy and occupied at home.
Debbie, Hospital Administrator - Debbie was born and raised in Seattle and decided after she graduated from high school to move to San Diego, California. She worked as a paralegal and office manager for many years.
Shortly after the birth of her daughter, Michelle, she decided it was time to "retire" and move to a better place to raise children. She moved to Sequim in 1996, and later found out that retirement would not last long.
She has worked as the Hospital Administrator for Pacific Northwest Veterinary Hospital since February, 2005. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Debbie and her daughter have a dog and a cat, Daisy and Roscoe.
During the spring and summer you will find Debbie on softball fields all over the state and country cheering on Michelle at her many games.
Kelley, Receptionist- Kelley moved to the Pacific Northwest in June, 2015 after 30 plus years in Colorado. She attended Colorado State University and received a BS in Animal Science.
She has worked in the veterinary field since January, 1993. Outside of work, Kelley enjoys spending time with her four Great Danes, three cats and a small herd of Angora goats.
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