Strokes, vision problems, arthritis and other conditions don't just affect people. Pets also develop serious health problems that change their lives. Fortunately, you can help your handicapped pet ...View Article
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Ross University College of Veterinary Medicine 2001.
Dr. Kopman has been caring for pets and animal companions for 11 years. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Southwest Washington Veterinary Medical Association. He enjoys the variety and challenges of caring and helping dogs and cats and their families.
He enjoys traveling with his wife and family. He has a keen interest in bee keeping and is actively attempting to improve his bee stock through selective breeding.
Sandra Memenis, DVM
Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine 2010.
After graduating from veterinary school in the Midwest, Dr. Memenis began practicing on the Oregon coast and remained there for three years honing her skills with companion animal and emergency medicine. This past spring she moved with her husband to the Vancouver area to be closer to family and has enjoyed the transition from the ocean to the mountains. She likes the adventure of exploring the Columbia River Gorge and all that it has to offer by hiking, backpacking, camping with her faithful sidekick Sierra. She is also the loving owner of a medium haired cat who believes he is king of her new home.