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Dr. Brie Duff: Dr. Duff is very excited to be the new owner of the Clearlake Veterinary Clinic! She returned to Lake County after working in the East Bay in 2014 to 2015. She previously worked in Lake County for 7 years & enjoys the small town lifestyle, clientele, & their pet companions. Dr. Duff grew up in Eugene, Oregon, where she aspired to become a Veterinarian since she was a young girl. She graduated from Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007 & moved to Lake County shortly thereafter. She is passionate about high quality & compassionate care for her patients & clients. She treats all small companion pets & her main interests are: dentistry, chronic pain management, behavior, & internal medicine.
Dr. Duff’s family includes her husband Nathan & their 3 pet children (one dog & three cats). Her & her husband are passionate about sailing (racing & leisure), camping, & hiking during their free time. And she enjoys trail running with their golden retriever Kodi.
Dr. Thea Lambert: Dr. Lambert is originally from San Jose. She received her B.A. in Biology from Lewis and Clark College, Portland OR in 2009. She graduated with her DVM from UC Davis in 2014 before joining Clearlake Veterinary Clinic. Her special interests include: exotic companion animal medicine, ultrasound/diagnostic imaging, endocrinology and preventative medicine.
Dr. Lambert's family includes Nonny, a work in progress Spaniel cross, Daphne, a slightly scarred fluffy kitty, and a tank of fish. In her free time, she enjoys hiking and exploring Lake County with her dog, gardening, wine tasting, and trying new recipes.
Dr. Clare Bartholomew: Dr. Bartholomew grew up in Humboldt County in a home full of various critter companions. She received her B.S. in Zoology from San Francisco State University in 2010, and discovered her passion for veterinary medicine shortly thereafter while working at an animal hospital in Seattle. She received her DVM from Washington State University in 2017 and is excited to be returning to northern California and joining the Clearlake Veterinary Clinic team. Her primary interests include wildlife, animal rescue and welfare, complementary and alternative medicine, animal behavior, and pain management.
Dr. Bartholomew is currently owned by two cats named RZA and Devon, but also has a special place in her heart for dogs (especially bully breeds), pigs, and goats. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, camping, road trips, drawing and painting. .
Dr. Scott Fetherston: Dr. Fetherston started working with the Clearlake Veterinary Clinic as a relief veterinarian with a specialty in Orthopedic's. He works with us on a case by case basis to provide orthopedic surgical care to our patients. Dr. Fetherston travels far and wide for his orthopedics and enjoys bike rides in his free time.
Dr. Mark Willett: Dr. Willett has been relief working with the Clearlake Veterinary Clinic for about 5 years. He joins us during our busy months and has a special interest in wildlife patients. In his free time he travels outdoors and enjoys water tubing.
A Veterinarian who enjoys medicine and surgery is wanted to join our team in delivering compassionate care to small companion animals and their people in Northern California. We offer a salary plus production with other bonuses, benefits, and incentives. We are a busy practice with a friendly and knowledgeable support staff. Lake County is a stunningly beautiful area with plenty of water sports, cycling, hiking, wine tasting, artisans, local farmers, and other fun to keep you entertained on your days off. Flexible, 4 day work week. New grads welcome with mentoring program available. Please submit resume to email@example.com