Meet Our Team

Veterinarians

Dr. Dennette Wood

Dr. Dennette Wood

As a little girl growing up in Portland, OR, Dr. Wood was often seen at the local veterinarian bringing in a pet in need of care.  Rarely were these pets her own, but pets she had found in need of help.  This early soft spot for the amazing relationships between people and pets has made her a life-long advocate of ‘The human animal bond”.  She has served on the animal welfare committee for the AVMA, volunteered veterinary services for the Iditarod and has partnered Buckley Veterinary Hospital with Left Behind K9 (and kitty cats). 

After graduating from Washington State University in 2002 Dr. Wood moved to Enumclaw and practiced in the area until purchasing Buckley Veterinary Hospital in 2009.  Her motivation for this comes from the enjoyment of working in a small community that fosters building a relationship between her clients and patients.  She values life-long learning and the opportunity this location provides for networking with local specialists on complicated medical and surgical cases.  She most enjoys soft tissue surgery and internal medicine cases just as much as educating clients on the importance of preventative care and early disease detection.

In her spare time she enjoys alpine skiing, cycling, hiking, gardening, music and spending time with her pride and joy, “Smelly Cat”. Who yes… was found in desperate need of a rescue.

Dr. Christine Stevens

Dr. Christine Stevens

Dr. Stevens joined the Buckley Veterinary Hospital team in 2015. She grew up on the Plateau and after graduating from Washington State University in 2006 returned to the area to practice general veterinary medicine. She enjoys seeing dogs, cats, the occasional small ruminant, rabbits and rodents. Dr.Stevens has a particular soft spot for both geriatric and pediatric pets and enjoys working in general practice seeing a variety of cases ranging from wellness care, dermatology cases (having a very allergic dog has given her a new appreciation for living with an itchy dog!), lameness (again, lots of personal experience here), internal medicine, dentistry, surgery, etc. Recently Dr. Stevens has become certified in both canine rehabilitation and veterinary acupuncture. These have required many hours of study and trips for continuing education to obtain certification, and have been greatly rewarding for both Dr.Stevens and her patients. Outside of the clinic, Dr. Stevens stays busy with her husband and two young boys. They have 3 dogs - a Golden Retriever, a German Shepherd, and a Chihuahua. There is also usually at least one foster dog in the house. They also have a 3-legged orange cat. Dr. Stevens enjoys helping out with Left Behind K9 Rescue and various other rescues. She has also helped Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation to deliver meals to housebound seniors in Enumclaw. In whatever time she has left, she also enjoys napping, reading, camping and surprising co-workers with random gifts.
 

Dr. Watts

Dr. Watts

Dr. Watts grew up between the Gig Harbor and Tacoma area. She has always had a passion for animals and was often bringing home “pets” from turtles and frogs to dogs and cats. She always had a passion for science and medicine and began studying at the University of Washington in 2006. She later transferred to Washington State University to pursue her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. She graduated in 2010 (Go Cougs!) and has been practicing in the area since.

Dr. Watts has a passion for building relationships with clients and their fur babies. She loves to see your babies grow and help you keep them healthy. There is nothing better than seeing people and their pets forge a human-animal bond.

When not at work Dr. Watts is surrounded by her fur babies: two pits and a kitty, and her husband and son. She enjoys camping, music, movies and video games. It would not be surprising to find her at a concert or convention.

Licensed Veterinary Technicians

Kim Mason

Kim Mason

Kim graduated from Pierce College with a Veterinary Technician degree in 1998.  She came to work at Buckley Veterinary Hospital as a Licensed Technician in 2006.  She retired from that position and dove head first into office management in 2017.  Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her husband, 3 daughters, 3 dogs, 4 pygmy goats and guinea pig.  As a family they enjoy the outdoors including hiking, camping and boating.

Sarah Stevens

Sarah Stevens

Sarah, a licensed veterinary technician, has been with BVH since 2007. She began her veterinary career as a kennel tech while attending Pierce College’s Veterinary Technician Program. Upon graduation in 2008, she joined the team full-time as a Licensed Veterinary Technician. She is an accomplished horsewoman, spending most of her free time riding and training horses with her fiancé. She has three cats, two dogs and four horses that also keep her very busy.

Savannah Crowl

Savannah Crowl

Savannah, a graduate of PIMA Medical Institute, is a licensed veterinary technician that just joined BVH in January 2018. Savannah’s background includes working with pocket pets and rabbits as well as cats and dogs. Having grown up on a small farm in the area, she spends her time riding and showing her two horses one of which is a retired racehorse. She also has two cats and two dogs and has a fondness for goats. When she has free time, you can find her on day hikes around the PNW. 

Veterinary Assistants

Chancee Burley

Chancee Burley

Chancee joined Buckley Vet in January of 2010. As a child, Chancee always was interested in animals and helping any critters she could.  She loves getting to know our clients and is a valuable volunteer with Left Behind K9 Rescue. When not at work, she enjoys riding horses, gardening and caring for her farm. She has two dogs, two cats, two horses and a flock of chickens. Also, Chancee has a twin! Even though they are not identical, you will still do a double take.

Chelsea Ulrich

Chelsea Ulrich

Chelsea joined our team as a veterinary assistant in March of 2015. She was drawn to the field by her love for animals, and regularly brings joy to those around her. She has a rescued German Shepherd named Bridgett, and is currently fostering another dog as well. When not at work, Chelsea enjoys hiking, jogging, hanging out with her family, and boyfriend Steve.

Client Services Team

Breanna Berg

Breanna Berg

Breanna, or Bre, grew up and currently lives in the Buckley area. She is the newest addition of the Client Services Team. She is married to a wonderful man, Ethan. Together, they have three furbabies; two black cats named Nyx and Cayenne, and a yellow Labrador named Duke. In their free time, they enjoy camping, hiking and spending time by the water. Working with animals has always been a dream and goal for Breanna and she’s very excited to be a part of the team.

Laurie Nelson

Laurie Nelson

Laurie has lived in the Enumclaw area for the past 25 years.  Joining Buckley Veterinary Hospital in May 2018, she is the newest addition to the Client Services Team.  Laurie is married to Jon and has 2 grown sons, Cris and Kevin and one very non-beagle named Bindi-Lu.  In her spare time Laurie loves to read, bake and spend time with family.

Paige Childers

Paige Childers

Paige joined the team in May 2018.  She grew up in Enumclaw on a farm and has had many different types of critters through out the years.  She loves travel and the outdoors.  Most of the time you can find her hanging out with her farm animals or out by the river in the summer time.  Her dream is to study animal science and continue her journey in the veterinary field.

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Monday 7:00am 6:00pm
Tuesday 7:00am 7:00pm
Wednesday 7:00am 6:00pm
Thursday 7:00am 7:00pm
Friday 7:00am 6:00pm
Saturday 8:00am 4:00pm
Sunday Closed Closed