Country Animal Hospital has provided veterinary care to the animals of the plateau since the early 1950's. Our practice is located in the original farmhouse that was home and clinic to the very first veterinarian of Country Animal Hospital.
Although the building has been updated to meet the demands of modern medicine, we have maintained the charm and unique characteristics of the past to provide a warm, comfortable environment for our patients.Your pet's health and well being is very important to us and we will take every step to give your pet the best possible care. It is our privilege to care for your dogs and cats. We value the long-term relationships we develop with our clients. It is our sincere wish that we work together to provide the best health care for your animal companions.
Our location enables us to incorporate the services of veterinary specialists in the greater Seattle-Tacoma area.
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Country Animal Hospital | 360-825-2061
24407 SE 440th St.
Enumclaw, WA 98022
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Dr. Polhemus joined Country Animal Hospital after graduating from the University of California at Davis in 1991. She and Dr. Horton purchased the practice together in 1992. Dr. Amy enjoys small animal medicine. She lives in Enumclaw with her husband and two kids, their dogs, Dexter and Lennox, and their cats Speedy and Mr. Winkle. When she's not working, Dr. Amy likes spending time with her family. Some favorite things to do are traveling, camping, biking, and attending her kids' school and sporting events.
Dr. Horton graduated from The Ohio State University in 1985 and joined Country Animal Hospital in 1988. She and Dr. Polhemus purchased the practice together in 1992. Dr. Heather enjoys small animal medicine and surgery, centering on dogs and cats. She lives in Enumclaw with her husband, their Labs, Libby and Birdie, and their cats Smokey and Little Ricky. When she's not working, Dr. Heather likes quilting and spending time outdoors hiking and skiing.
Dr. Waffle graduated from Washington State University in 2007. She joined Country Animal Hospital in May 2013. After she graduated Dr. Lindsey spent a year interning at a vet in Scottsdale, AZ before she moved to Portland, OR where she worked as an Equine Veterinarian for 3 years. Dr. Waffle now lives at home with her husband and two sons, Rhett and Sawyer, her rescue dog Taffy, and her retired guide dog Doreen. In her free time Dr. Lindsey enjoys working in her garden, kayaking, hiking, and going on walks with her family and pups.
Dr. Herzstein graduated from Washington State University in 2013. She joined Country Animal Hospital in June 2013. She grew up in Southern Oregon but has always loved the Pacific Northwest. Dr. Maggie enjoys gardening, hiking, and being outside in general. She lives at home with her rambunctious rescue dog Roland, and her two cats Walnut and Bella. Dr. Maggie loves small animal medicine and surgery, she has been working in the Veterinary field since she was 16 years old.
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