Dr. Annie Norling
Dr. Annie Norling was born and raised in Kenmore, WA. She received her B.A. from Pacific Lutheran University and then continued on to Washington State University (Go Cougs!) where she completed her DVM degree. Dr. Norling is passionate about helping people by caring for their animals. She has a special interest in behavior and internal medicine. In her free time, Dr. Norling loves to travel, read, and spend time with her husband, daughter and two rescue pups.
Dr. Michael Estrada
Dr. Michael Estrada received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology from the University of Washington in 2016, before graduating from the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2020. Dr. Estrada worked for over a decade in the Redmond technology industry before returning to school to follow his passion for helping animals. His medical interests include canine behavior, dentistry, and internal medicine. When he is not at the hospital, he enjoys spending time with his husband and their border collies (Sonic and Kit-Kat), video gaming, and cooking plenty of Filipino food.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Terry is a licensed veterinary technician with many years of experience in small animal medicine. Terry is standing in front of a stained glass picture she put together with her dad when she was in junior high. She enjoys art and gardening and snuggling with her dog.
A lifetime of loving animals and volunteering prepared Jenn for joining the veterinary field in 2015. From Wisconsin to Northern California, and finally settling in Washington, she enjoys exploring the Pacific Northwest with her two rescue mutts Tobias and Emma. She also enjoys crocheting, reading, playing D&D, and baking.
Sarah was born and raised here in the Seattle area, attended WSU (Go Cougs!) and graduated in 2019 with a BS in Animal Science. She is working towards her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine and hopes to become a companion animal veterinarian. Sarah has two dogs and a cat and she loves spending time with her family. Other hobbies include camping, hiking, and volunteering on her off time!
Fritz is a lifelong lover of animals, working primarily with non-human primates. He graduated from Central Washington University in 2021 with a BS in Primate Behavior and Ecology, and a BA in Anthropology. After working at multiple primate sanctuaries, he returned to his hometown of Lake Forest Park to continue his career in animal welfare close to home. He enjoys hiking, watching movies, and doing agility classes with his rescue dog Benny.
Ashley was born and raised on Whidbey Island, growing up with dogs, cats, chickens, rabbits and more. She completed her veterinary technician degree through PIMA and is passionate about client education and animal behavior. Outside of the clinic, Ashley enjoys baking, camping, and hiking with her Aussie, Poe.
Liz grew up in Lake Forest Park and is excited to start a new career path as a veterinary receptionist after spending many years in the legal field. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her daughter and two kitties, as well as watching sports, going to concerts, cooking new food and exploring the Pacific Northwest.