Kayleen Blair, DVM
Dr. Blair is a 1997 graduate of Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She has been a part of the practice for over 18 years. In her spare time, Kayleen enjoys horseback riding, reading, and spending time with her family.
Megan Kennedy, DVM
Dr. Kennedy graduated from Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. Her interests outside of general practice include ultrasound imaging and optimizing client access to clear communication so they can best understand their pets' health. Fear Free practice is also a passion that brings her joy, as the benefits for both pets and clients are so evident. Outside of work, she enjoys yoga, hiking, reading and horseback riding. She also enjoys spending time with her family, as well as dog, goats and chickens!
Allyssa Henderson, DVM
Dr. Henderson is a Washington native and graduate of Washington State College of Veterinary Medicine. When away from the clinic. she loves time with her family and pets, mountain biking, kayaking and camping. Through veterinary practice, she enjoys piecing together the puzzling cases (especially neurology), observing the relationships clients share with their pets - a bond that's truly remarkable - and following fur babies into adulthood. She implements acupuncture for its many therapeutic benefits and has interests in other areas of alternative medical practice.
Lisa Counterman, Licensed Veterinary Technician & Bookkeeper
Lisa joined the Stanwood clinic in 1983 and currently works out of the Stanwood and Smokey Point offices. She has a certification as a Licensed Veterinary Technician and the Veterinary Reserve Corp
Pam McCoy, Licensed Veterinary Technician
Pam joined the Advanced Care Animal Clinic staff in February, 2000. As well as being a Licensed Veterinary Technician, she also is a Certified Veterinary Dental Technician. She is a 1978 graduate from Fullerton College with a degree in Animal Science.
Becky Ventimiglia, Licensed Veterinary Technician
Becky joined our staff in October 2009. She is a Licensed Veterinary Technician who graduated from PIMA Medical Institute. Becky enjoys making jewelry and spending time with friends and family.
Chelsey Ibarra, Licensed Veterinary Technician
Chelsey joined our team in November 2017. She has been a licensed technician since 2015. She has 2 little Chihuahuas, Zoey and Taco. In her off time Chelsey enjoys knitting and anything outdoors.
Melissa Givler, Receptionist
Melissa joined the staff in August 2005. She graduated from the PIMA Medical Institute and can now be seen helping out at the front desk as well as assisting in back. She especially enjoys the relationships she has built with the patients and the clients.
Sarah Pfarr, Veterinary Assistant
Sarah joined our team in October 2013. She is our certified dog trainer who offers basic obedience training for dogs of all ages. She also enjoys spending time with her Basset Hound Baeleigh, Lab Trigger and kitten Maebelle.
Candace Pfarr, Veterinary Assistant
Candace started working with us in March of 2017. She loves to read and go on hikes. Candace has always wanted to work with animals because it reminds her of her childhood growing up on a farm.
Heather Bayly, Veterinary Assistant
Heather joined our practice in July 2017. Her interests include phlebotomy and patient care. On her off time she enjoys riding Harleys, music, playing with her dogs, and hanging out with family and friends. Heather started in the veterinary field because of her love of animals. "I love to help a sick dog or cat that needs my full attention and TLC. When they get better and walk out the door, that is my best accomplishment."
Kiana Quinores, Veterinary Assistant
Kiana started at Advanced Care in July 2017. She received her veterinary assistant certificate from Sno-Isle Tech. She enjoys riding her horse, painting, and gardening.
Toots, Clinic Cat
Toots is our clinic cat. You can see him in the clinic on days he feels like blessing you with his presence. He has been in the practice for two years, and his interests include exploring, and getting into things he shouldn't.