Jodi join our clinic in 2016 and thrived at her job. Jodi has grown up in a rodeo family and been competing in barrel racing and other events for most of her life. Aside from running barrels and horses Jodi has a love for all animals including her 2 dogs and 3 cats. In her free time Jodi enjoys spending time watching her niece and nephew compete in various sports.
Elly joined our team on a suggestion from one of our loyal clients. She grew up homeschooled as the oldest of a large family and enjoyed her share of the farm chores. After working various farm jobs as a teen, the longest of which being a horse exerciser for over-active Arabians, a career in animals was practically set in stone. Elly is happiest when she is busy helping other people, enjoying the beautiful outdoors, playing with horses, reading, or playing guitar for her church. We like to refer to Elly as our “Speedy Gonzales,” she’s always on the go!
Nathen was born and raised in the Walla Walla valley. He’s always had compassion to care for the well-being of animals large and small and it started at a very young age when he decided that he wanted to work with animals for a living. After he starting his own business as a horse trainer he decided that he wanted to do something more. It was then that he discovered he could become a veterinary assistant and still pursue his passion for horse training. When Nathen isn’t in the clinic working you can find him in the saddle working a horse or enjoying some quality time with family and friends.
Hannah has been around a variety of animals from ferrets to horses all of her life. She has been in 4-H since she was eight and competed in every event in horse showing and multiple gaming events. She was also the queen of the Milton Freewater Pioneer Posse in 2016. In high school she was in many sports and the FFA program where she participated in trap shooting and horse judging. Hannah loves spending time in the outdoors, having fun with family, friends, and pets.
Dori grew up in Kalamath Falls, OR and moved to the Walla Walla Valley in summer of 2018 after graduating from her local community college with an Associate’s degree. In her free time, she loves to spend time with her husband, participate in water sports, hiking, traveling, and camping. After staying busy throughout high school partaking in many different sports, clubs, and working on her families produce farm, she knew she wanted a job in the agricultural field. This would not only challenge her, it would keep her just as busy. She’s always had a passion for caring for animals, but it became even more evident after volunteering at her local animal shelter. Dori is very excited to have an opportunity to begin her career in Veterinary Medicine here at our clinic!