Emily joined SVA in June of 2015. She earned a BA in Visual Journalism at Brooks Institute of Photography in 2008. She is a long time dog lover, pet sitter and dog walker. In her free time she enjoys doing calligraphy and reading Harry Potter books. Emily has two fabulous dogs: Albus and Lily who keep her very busy when she’s at home!
Jamesy joined SVA in 2009. She has an Associates in Criminal Justice and Psychology. Her veterinary interests include animal behaviorism, cat and dog training, vet assisting, phlebotomy and client enlightenment. She plays guitar, sings, enjoys games, puzzles, art journaling, cat and dog training, reading, psychology, microbreweries, and home brewing. What a list! Jamesy currently shares her home with two cats. The first is Aha!, who is independent, expressive, and dog-like. The second is Porter who is cuddly, talkative, harness trained, adventurous, and trained to perform tricks!
Kylie joined SVA in April of 2016 after earning an Associate of Arts from Seattle Central College. Kylie enjoys learning the personalities of various breeds as well as those of each individual dog she meets. She loves them all and finds the variety fascinating. She has found her work with the team at Queen Anne Animal Clinic to be very fulfilling and loves how she learns something new every day. When she’s not working, she spends time with friends and family, goes hiking, running, attends concerts, and really does anything she can with dogs, including pet sitting. She shares her home with a feisty 6 year old tuxedo cat named Ella Bella. She also enjoys the company of her mom’s dog Beau– because she gets all the perks of having a dog without having to do any of the upkeep!
Sam joined SVA in 2017 after attending the University of Washington. Go Dawgs! When he’s not at work, Sam enjoys music, outdoor sports, video games, and of course, animals! He does not currently have a pet but has a preference for larger dogs and considers a Bernese Mountain Dog his dream pup.
Stacy joined SVA in November of 2016. Her previous aspirations included an interest in graphic design and web development but had always harbored a love for animals. When a position at Queen Anne Animal Clinic opened up, she jumped at the chance to join the team and begin a career in veterinary medicine. When she’s not helping take care of pets at the clinic, Stacy is an avid outdoors woman who loves snowboarding, canoeing, hiking, and anything that allows her to bring Tayla, her 11 year old husky mix. An avid Seahawks fan, Stacy and her husband attend home games, try to travel to at least one away-game a year, and spend the rest of the season cheering the team along with her two cats, Manny and Maize. GO HAWKS!