Our Staff

Bailey Brown

Hello,

My name is Bailey Brown, also known as Bailey June, not to be confused with Bailey Burnett or my identical twin sister Josie. I Graduated from Mary Walker High School in 2014 and have been working part time at the Deer Park Vet Clinic since 2015. Though I have only been employed by the DPVC for almost four years now, I have grown up at the clinic. Whether it was coming in for our family goats or pigs to be seen, gawking at all the puppies and kittens or visiting my aunts, who also are apart of the DPVC family. Along with working at the clinic I also work with Dr. Dean on his farm, helping him with his embryo transfer business as well as breeding cows, which he taught me to do. Cows are my favorite animals. In my spare time I volunteer my time as a 4-H leader and an AAU assistant coach. It is my hope that one day I will become a licensed Vet Tech and have a cattle ranch of my own.

Bailey June

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Bailey Burnett

Hello, my name is Bailey Sue, I have been lucky enough to work here at the Deer Park

Veterinary Clinic for the last 3 years. I am currently going to school to get my Veterinary

Technician License. When I am not working I'm committed to my life long passion of

working horses. I spend most of my time horseback in the mountains, chasing cows, and

running barrels. That is where my heart longs to be. In the future I plan on owning a little

ranch in the mountains, raising mini longhorn, and longhorn cattle, while also having a

steady pen of horses out back ready for work.

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Jade Dibble

Hello my name is Jade! I am currently in school through Penn Foster  College to become a Veterinary Technician. I have learned so much  working here and have enjoyed it so much. Each day brings its own  surprises. In my free time, I enjoy taking pictures of animals, spending  time with family, and going on a hike. I hope to see your companions in  boarding!

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John Harris, DVM

Dr John Harris is a 1993 graduate of WSU and has practiced at DPVC since then. He and his wife

Mary are natively from Colorado but fell in love with eastern Washington since moving to Pullman in 1989. They have raised three children in Deer Park and now are enjoying grandchildren who are also here. Their interests include raising, training and showing reining horses as well as pack trips to the mountains. Dr John's practice interests include small/large animal medicine, surgery, reproduction, equine lameness and canine ear cropping.

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Charly Holm

My name is Charly Holm. I have worked at the Deer Park Veterinary Clinic  since I graduated high school in 2007. I have a B.S. in Biology from  Eastern Washington University and I obtained my veterinary technician  license in 2014. I am married and have a daughter  named Harriet.  At home, I have one horse, dogs, cats, goats, pigs,  chickens and geese that keep me very busy. I enjoy hanging out with  family and doing anything outdoors.

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Amanda Layton

My name is Amanda Layton.  I am a licensed Veterinary Technician.  I  have been at DPVC since the fall of 1996 and have been a technician  since 2000.  In my spare time I team rope and raise corriente cattle on  our ranch near Clayton.  I also enjoy spending time with my husband  Coby, our Great Danes, Jax and Jake and our small mixed breed dog Butch.

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Amy Mauch, DVM

  

Amy Mauch, DVM

Dr. Amy graduated from WSU College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013 and joined DPVC after graduation. Amy grew up in south Spokane and kept very busy playing basketball and showing dressage horses. She completed her undergraduate studies at Eastern Washington University and planned to be a dentist like her father, but ultimately decided to follow her dream of becoming a veterinarian. Amy, her husband Rod, and son Nathan have 2 dogs, 2 horses and 2 cats. In her spare time she enjoys riding her horses, boating, camping, and snowmobiling. 

“DPVC is more than just a vet clinic, it is a family. I feel very fortunate to be part of such an incredible place where we are enthusiastic to help the community by providing quality medicine and care for their beloved animals.”

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Amy Thompson

  Hey there, my name is Amy and I’ve been a licensed tech here for 21  years! I also have another business in my “off “ time called Prairie  Leather Designs. My sister and I do custom leather work, from rope cans  to queen chaps! I really like to travel and see new places when I can,  and that is what my husband and I are trying to do more often. I have 2  daughters and a grandson that keep me very busy as well with sports  (volleyball) and other various activities. We have horses, chickens,  cats and dogs on the farm currently but that is always subject to  change! I love working here at DPVC and hope I’m here for another 20  years!!


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Sandy Tullar

Hi, my name is Sandy. I have worked in the pharmacy at DPVC since March of 2002. I feel very blessed to be part of the DPVC family. Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my friends and family. I have a wonderful husband, two sons and three perfect grandchildren. My hobbies include canoeing, camping and fishing or anything else outdoors. I also enjoy spending time with my horses, cats and hanging out with my main man Teddy, a red Shiba-Inu which I totally adore.

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