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Danielle - Veterinary Assistant

Danielle joined the team as a veterinary assistant in December 2017. She grew up surrounded by animals and currently has nine pets at home. Danielle has a passion for animals and veterinary medicine and is currently working toward entering the vet tech program at PCC.

When Danielle isn't working she enjoys spending time outdoors, playing with her dogs, traveling and spending time with family and friends.

Kendra - Veterinary Assistant

Kendra moved from Houston, Texas in 2018. She grew up surrounded by animals as a child. Whether it was bottle feeding stray kittens on the farm or bringing home other tiny creatures she found, she's always loved helping animals. She has fostered many sick, injured, and bottle fed animals as an adult. She has been working professionally with animals for several years at animal shelters and clinics. Kendra shares her home with two cats, Scout (pictured) and Calypso as well as a rambunctious rabbit named Lola.

Micayla - Veterinary Assistant

Micayla joined Wilsonville Veterinary Clinic in 2018. She grew up in North Eastern Oregon and graduated from Union High School in 2014. Shortly afterward, she moved to Salem, Oregon where she worked with animals in the retail industry for several years.

Micayla realized her passion for animals at a young age. Her first dog was a Rottweiler named Ursula who will always hold a special place in her heart. Her pets now include Kylo Ren, a Bearded Dragon; Ripley, a Crested Gecko; and the family rescue dog, Delilah (pictured). Micayla also enjoys exploring the outdoors, painting, and spontaneous trips to the beach.

Kayla - Assistant

Kayla Joined the team early in 2019. After graduating high school, and completing a 5 year enlistment in the US Marine Corps, where she met her husband and together adopted their three dogs. Kayla has grown up loving animals and after spending sometime volunteering with rescue dogs is in the beginning stages of her goal of becoming a certified veterinary techician at Portland Community College.