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Presley - Lead

Presley is from Midland, Texas, and recently moved to Pullman with her husband. She has earned a bachelor's degree in Animal Science with a minor in Biochemistry. Presley has always loved working with animals and has done externships in Thailand and Australia. She has been a veterinary technician for 7 years working in general practices, diagnostic hospitals, and emergency care. Presley has 3 dogs, a standard poodle (“Rein”), a pitbull (“illi”), and a pocket bully (“Groot”), along with her 2 cats, a siamese (“Tarouse”) and a sphynx (“Pearl”). On her time off Presley enjoys going on hikes, cooking at home, traveling with her husband, and visiting with her family. Presley is very excited to be a part of the Alpine team and looks forward to providing care for all her patients.
Presley
Matt

Matt recently moved from his hometown of Springfield, MO to Pullman. He plans on applying to WSU to pursue a bachelor's in Zoology with a minor in Animal Science. From there, his goals include veterinary school and becoming a vet! When Covid shutdowns began, Matt decided he would start looking for a field to build a career in. He applied for a CSR/reception position at a veterinary hospital in Springfield. He then transitioned to being a veterinary technician and that's when he truly found an undiscovered passion for the field. Matt then made it his goal to save up enough to move across the country to pursue this passion, and now he's here! Matt has two pets - a Staffordshire/Border Collie mix named “Honey” and a cat named “Moonshine”. Previous pets include a quaker parrot, a corn snake, a leopard gecko, a bearded dragon, two goldfish, an emperor scorpion, and even a tarantula at one point. An aspect of veterinary medicine that Matt most enjoys is diagnostics - being presented with a problem and working closely with the doctors to come up with a solution. He also thoroughly enjoys meeting and building close relationships with clients and patients, seeing progress, and being there for them. He has an affinity for the scaly and the winged pets and plans on specializing in exotics care in school. In his spare time, Matt can be found hiking around Pullman with “Honey”, adding to his ever-growing vinyl collection, and spending time on his computer. Matt wants clients to know that he will always be there with a smile, a joke, a shoulder, or an ear.
Matt
Edward

Edward was born and raised in Boulder City, Nevada. He moved to Pullman with his significant other while she is attending veterinary school at WSU. While veterinary medicine is still new to him, he hopes to also attend veterinary school at WSU so that he can someday take care of his favorite animals. Edward loves all animals, but he is madly in love with his two bunnies, “Ollie” and “Juneau”. He also just added a beautiful snowshoe cat named “Winifred” to his family. Edward’s favorite part of veterinary medicine is bringing a pet back to their owner and seeing both of their faces light up with happiness. Edward is excited to be able to join the Alpine team and looks forward to bringing joy to animals and their owners.
Edward
McKenna

McKenna is from Kent, Washington and is currently a pre-veterinary animal science student at WSU. She has been working in the veterinary field for the past 3 years as a veterinary assistant at her local humane society and is very passionate about animal welfare and behavior. She hopes to attend WSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine in the future to pursue a career as a veterinarian. In her free time, McKenna enjoys being an officer in WSU’s Zoology Club and volunteering at Orphan Acres. McKenna loves to craft and bake, and is a pro at making DIY dog and cat toys! She currently doesn’t have any pets in Pullman, but she really misses her German Shepherd, “Kimi”, who is back home in Kent with her family. McKenna is very excited to be on the Alpine team and can’t wait to get to know everyone and their pets!
McKenna
Lyndsie

Originally from Olympia, Lyndsie (pictured, right) moved to Pullman to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Animal Sciences. She has worked in the animal care field for the past 3 years as a veterinary assistant for both large and small animals, at a local dog boarding/day care facility, and at the humane society, to gain experience in different manners of husbandry and medicine. For as long as Lyndsie can remember, she has wanted to do her part to take care of animals everywhere and intends to work her way up to wildlife care. Her father introduced her to wildlife management with his job working for WSDFW, and from there she was fortunate to experience mountain goat translocation efforts. Lyndsie currently has two lovely kitties, “Saunsa” and “Nirvana”, and a goldendoodle named “Baloo”. In the field of animal care, Lyndsie enjoys the opportunity to interact with amazing creatures big and small and know she is helping to make a difference in their lives. Lyndsie spends most of her free time in nature hiking and learning about native ecosystems, spending time with her wife, and reading.
Lyndsie (Right)
Katie

Katie grew up in Gig Harbor, Washington and made her way to Pullman for college to pursue a degree in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation. Since high school she has been working with animals and plans to make that a part of her future. During the pandemic, she developed a love for veterinary medicine and began working at her first clinic as a Veterinary Assistant. She has always had a love for family pets and hopes to build upon her work in this field and make it a career. The most rewarding part of veterinary medicine for Katie is being able to help families when their pets are not well in big and small ways. Having a positive impact on her community brings light in all aspects. She recently adopted a mixed breed dog named “Margo”. “Margo” is around 1 year old and full of energy. Together they like swimming, hiking, and snuggling on the couch. She is excited to continue her path at Alpine and has enjoyed getting to know all the furry friends that call Alpine home away from home!
Katie
Katelyn

Originally from southern California, Katelyn has called Pullman her home for the past 6 years. She has always been drawn to animals, and particularly enjoys medicine and being able see animals get better, as well as connecting with owners about their pets. Working previously at an animal shelter and another veterinary clinic, she loves that every day is filled with learning and growing. Katelyn currently has a domestic long-haired cat named “Butters”, who loves smelling her shoes each day after she gets home. Over the years, she has owned dogs, cats, guinea pigs, birds, fish, and a snake. Katelyn, her husband, and their son enjoy going on adventures like camping, fishing, and visiting new cities & towns, among other activities. Katelyn is pursuing veterinary school to become a veterinarian. Her hobbies include creating short stories with her husband during long drives around Washington and Idaho, and being creative with their conversations.
Katelyn
Ally

Ally is originally from Snohomish, Washington, and recently moved to Pullman to continue her education at Washington State University. She grew up in a household full of animals, from cats and dogs to llamas and alpacas. Living with such a variety of life and watching her mom on the farm, she developed a passion for working with animals. Ally has been working in the veterinary field for the past year as a veterinary assistant at an emergency clinic. She is currently working on getting her veterinary technician license and would like to finish her bachelors degree in Animal Science. Ally has 2 pets - an Anatolian Shepherd named “ Lady May” and a cat named “Toast”. In her free time she enjoys hiking, listening to Harry Styles and cuddling with her fur babies. Ally is extremely excited to join the Alpine team and looks forward to meeting everyone and their pets.
Ally
Shelby

In order to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian, Shelby moved from Snohomish, WA to Pullman where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Animal Sciences. Now she is applying to the WSU vet school and gaining experience while she does so. Shelby enjoys the diagnostic journey of seeing a sick or injured animal get better, and loves taking care of them as they heal. While she currently does not own any small animals, Shelby owns 4 horses and 4 goats. The majority of these pets are back home with her family, but her horse “Fonzi” made the move to Pullman with her. In her free time, you can find Shelby at the barn riding her horse, in the gym, or painting!
Shelby
Alyssa

Originally from Nine Mile Falls, WA, Alyssa moved to Pullman to pursue a bachelor's degree in Animal Science and has plans to apply to veterinary school. Growing up, her family always had several pets. Alyssa has found the field of veterinary medicine fascinating since she was a little kid, and knew she wanted to pursue a career in it. Since having the opportunity to work in a vet clinic, her love for helping pets and their families has only grown. Alyssa has 2 dogs of her own. “Bolt” is a mixed breed dog and is 5 years old. “Paisley” is an English Cream Retriever and is about 1 year old. In her free time Alyssa likes to hike with her dogs, travel, and ago to the lake with her boyfriend and family.
Alyssa
Kayla

Kayla is originally from Ephrata, WA and has a Bachelor’s of Science in Animal Science. She enjoys getting lost in a good book and hiking with her three dogs, “Wilson”, “Mia” and “Duck”. She loves being able to take part in our clients beloved pet’s health and happiness.
Kayla
Reh

Reh was raised in Western Washington as an only child with no pets. That did not stop her from volunteering after school at the local animal humane society, however. After many years of persuading she finally got her first companion, a Shih Tzu/Yorkie “Hosier”. Reh later moved to the Palouse to continue her Bachelor of Science at Washington State University. Upon graduation she will move on to veterinary school, hopeful for admission to the veterinary college at WSU. Reh sees the world as a map to be explored and loves camping or hiking to connect with nature. She one day hopes the adventure will lead to volunteer work in Asia at Elephant Conservations to achieve her long-term goal of meeting and eventually working with her favorite species, elephants, along with many other exotic creatures. Reh is excited to join the Alpine team and looks forward to gaining useful skills that she will utilize throughout her entire career, wherever the adventure may take her.
Reh
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4853 SR 270
Pullman, WA 99163
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