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510 S. Sullivan Rd Spokane Valley, WA 99037

 Keith L. Clark, DVM


Dr. Clark attended BYU Idaho (Ricks College) and later received a Bachelor of Sciences in Microbiology from the University of Idaho. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Washington State University. He has a special interest in advanced dentistry and is a member of the American Veterinary Dental Society. His dad, Chad Clark, DVM was his role model. It was working with his Veterinarian father that he learned to serve others and care for animals. After graduation he worked with his father doing mixed animals (large and small) for 8 years. Veterinary medicine was advancing so quickly that he decided to limit his focus to strictly companion animals (cats and dogs). This has given him the opportunity to provide the level of care he knows is available. His primary objective is to add years to your pet's life and life to your pet's years. He truly believes in keeping healthy pets healthy. He is very active in the community.  In 2007, he  was first elected as a member of the Board of Directors for Central Valley School District where he continues to serve. The Spokane Valley has the rural values he grew up with along with a progressive outlook. He is very proud to be a member of this community.

 Jessica Sanders, DVM

Dr. Jessica Sanders graduated from Oregon State University College of Veterinary medicine in 2002 after which she spent 5 years at a very busy small animal practice on the coast of Oregon. There she gained experience in general surgery and emergency medicine. She has called Spokane her home now since 2007 and is committed to providing excellent wellness care for this community's Pets. She has two dogs, a French bulldog and a Boston terrier and enjoys illustrative art as an active hobby.

Ragan E., LVT 


Ragan is a Licensed Veterinary Technician. She graduated from WSU with a Bachelor of Animal Science degree. She attended Freeman High School and is very familiar with many of the original Spokane Valley families. She grew up in a rural setting and has vast experience with animals. Working with animals is second nature to Ragan as she has always been surrounded by pets both large and small. Ragan has been part of our team since 2001. She also worked with ADM (Archer Daniels Midland) specializing in animal nutritional needs. She can answer your questions regarding pet nutrition and a whole array of pet related issues. Her education, experience and expertise allows her to provide the highest quality of competent care for your pet. Ragan is conscience, calm and caring. Our clients love her gentleness and understand that she will treat their pets as if they were her own.

         Shelly Clark, Practice Manager 

Shelly has worked with her husband, Dr. Keith Clark, in the Veterinary Profession for over 25 years. Prior to that she worked with other professionals such as dentist, physical therapist, orthodontist and oral surgeons. She was raised with a menagerie of pets including; squirrel monkeys, pigeons, horses, cows, chickens, rabbits, goats, snakes, mice, hamsters and of course cats and dogs. It was natural to marry a man who loved animals too. The Clarks purchased Central Valley Animal Clinic in 1995. We changed the name, remodeled, computerized and haven't stopped making changes since then. The original clinic was built in the 1970's. Many of you may remember the Old Red Barn that use to be next door. A lot has changed over the years but not the quality of the individuals and the families in this area. It has been a pleasure to live and work here. We are so proud to call this home. As you can see this is a family business. We hope that you and your pet will always feel welcome and part of our Veterinary family too.    

 Remi M., Veterinary Assistant

Remi has a bachelor degree in Animal Science from Western Illinois University. She is currently studying to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician.  Remi hails from Chicago originally, where she cultivated her passion for horses. She moved to Spokane in 2012 with her husband, Patrick. After transitioning from training horses professionally for the past 5 years, to once again working with small animals, Remi's love for all creatures furry remains strong. Remi is the proud parent of an Australian Shephard Mix, Gem and her newest Thoroughbred, Flynn.

MaryAnn T., Patient Care Coordinator

MaryAnn received a bachelor degree from Eastern Washington University.  She came to our Hospital having already worked in small animal medicine. Most recently, she worked for a corporation which manufactured and retailed animal feed and supplies. If you have any experience with 4-H you probably already know MaryAnn. She has been a leader in the Spokane County 4-H program for many years. She was raised on a farm and continues to live in a rural area where she owns a cat, dogs, cows, goats, horses, chickens and ducks.  MaryAnn understands the importance of the human-animal bond and will do everything possible to enhance that relationship. She has spent a life time caring for the welfare of animals. 

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Ginny use to work for us full time until she was accepted into Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She continues to work for us during the summer and holiday breaks. We look forward to her receiving her DVM.

Holly is a Licensed Veterinary Technician. We still consider Holly one of our own even though she moved to Yakima. She helps us out during the holidays and summer breaks. Many of our clients, who have been with us for awhile, make a point of stopping by when they know Holly is in town. She has great skills and is excellent help. 


Yoube (aka Smash) is our hospitality kitty. Persian mix that joined the Pet Vet's team in February of 2014. She is often found playing in the plant in the lobby and napping in the office chairs. Yoube has a wonderful way with clients and is particularly fond of other kitty visitors. She brings an unwavering confidence when faced with large dogs and an aptitude for snuggles.

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