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Dr. Toni Jensen was born and raised in Tacoma, Washington. After graduating high school, she volunteered at a cat hospital and soon found her love for veterinary medicine. She obtained a bachelor of science degree in microbiology and went on to become a doctor of veterinary medicine at Washington State University. Following graduation, she practiced in Tacoma for three years and has been practicing in Sequim for the last seven years. She opened Hurricane Ridge Veterinary Hospital in 2012. Dr. Jensen believes in continuing education as veterinary medicine is always changing. She has two dogs,Maybel and Mandy Lynn, both Pitt bull rescues and a cat named Lilly. Dr. Jensen was married out at lake Crescent. She and her husband love the outdoors and feel at home on the Olympic Peninsula.
Angie grew up in Phoenix, AZ and moved to Sequim in 2006. She worked in retail for 15 years before transitioning into veterinary hospitals. She feels very lucky to be part of a team that works so hard to help people care for their beloved pets. Angie has been volunteering with animals both two and four legged since she was a kid. She loves spoiling other people's pets and often babysits her friends' furry children. Angie loves crafts, books, movies, journals and her nieces Ava and Isla. She is passionate about organizing and cheering on the Seahawks.
At a young age Allyson realized she had a love for animals. When her parents bought her a horse for Christmas, Allyson immediately fell in love and never turned back. After graduating high school she attended Pierce College in Tacoma and became a licensed veterinary technician. After working at a veterinary hospital for seven years Allyson decided to become a humane officer. In this role she rescued animals, assisted with their recovery, and had the joy of seeing them adopted out to loving families. After five years as a humane officer Allyson decided to work as a technician again. She has a great deal of experience in emergency medicine and has worked with a variety of animals from llamas to birds. However her true joy comes from assisting with the health of small animals.
Allyson lives in Sequim with her daughter Hailey and their pack of rescued animals, Autumn the dog and Kitty and George the cats. When she is not working or being herded to the animal’s food dishes she likes to work in the yard and make stained glass windows.
Schelle is a native of Pierre, SD. She moved to Minneapolis, MN after high school where she earned her AAS in Veterinary Technology from Argosy University in Eagan, MN in 2005. That same year she passed state and national board exams, receiving her license. She moved to the Olympic Peninsula in September, 2010. She now lives with her husband, daughter and 3 orange tabby cats named Warren, Edmond and Margaret. Schelle loves working with dogs and cats, she also has a long history or working with birds, exotics and wildlife.
Christine grew up in Las Vegas and moved to Sequim in September 2016 with her husband, daughter and cat, George. Her and her husband fell in love with this charming town and plan to stay a long time. She started working in the veterinary field in January 2017. She has always loved animals, and would often bring pets home growing up. She feels strongly that the work here is very rewarding. Her and her husband are expecting a new baby in April.
This is EASILY the best vet experience for both me & the pug. The environment is friendly, clean, and uplifting. Staff & doc are amazing, knowledgeable, and really care as if your pet is their own. Pricing is fair too. We are lucky to have such a talented vet that is so passionate in the area.
Otis P. / Sequim, WA
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