Dr. Audrey has always loved animals and grew up with a string of family dogs in Seattle. She attended Reed College in Portland, OR for an Undergrad Degree in Biology. Later she attended Washington State University (Go Cougs!) for Veterinary School. She loves being back in the Northwest, with all the familiar and calming rain. Her favorite part of being a Veterinarian is all the different amazing clients she gets to meet who all love their animals. Outside of the clinic, one of her big passions is volunteering for the Girl Scouts, which she joined as a nine-year-old and never left. She also likes to knit, read books, and hike with her young-at-heart pitbull named Jack.
Tangelo came to Orchards Veterinary as a feral cat in the summer of 2012. Tangelo had a large infected wound from being attacked by a coyote. For two months he lived in the clinic while getting life-saving antibiotics and laser therapy. Eventually, Tangey became part of OVC, he is no longer a feral, and now lives in the clinic full time. Tangelo's favorite activities include lounging on warm blankets (after they come out of the dryer), eating any leftover dog food, and attacking techs when they're holding grumpy cats.
Fun Fact: Tangelo is a blood donor!