Hospital:
(360) 574-7290

13914 NE 16th Ave
Vancouver, WA
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Mon - Wed: 8:00am - 5:30pm
Thurs: 8:00am - 8:00pm
Fri: 8:00am - 5:30pm
NEW Sat: 8:00am - 5:30pm

The Mountain View Play and Stay Facility
is Now Open!

We are offering upscale boarding and daycare! Please call us at 360-719-2527 for details and to book your stay!

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Play & Stay:
(360) 719-2527
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Mon-Fri: 7:00am-6:00pm
Sat-Sun: 7:00am-9:00am
& 4:00pm-6:00pm

Our Doctors

Drs. Tom and Jean Meyer

Drs. Tom and Jean Meyer co-own Mountain View Veterinary Hospital. They established the American Animal Hospital Association practice in 1979, just a year after they received their DVM degrees from WSU. Dr. Tom Meyer has served organized veterinary medicine in many capacities at local, state, and national levels since 1995. He is interested in leadership development and is an advocate for the AVMA Veterinary Leadership Experience (VLE). Currently he serves as President of the AVMA Executive Board Chair District XI. They live in Ridgefield.

Adrianne Fairbanks, DVM

Dr. Fairbanks graduated Veterinary school in 2002 from Michigan State University. She has joined Mountain View in 2014. Dr. Fairbanks has been in private practice for the past 12 years in Portland and just recently moved up to Ridgefield, Washington. Dr Fairbanks has been involved with numerous animal non-profits. She is currently the Board Chair of Dove Lewis, a nationally awarded non-profit emergency animal hospital. She is passionate about the human animal bond and developing long lasting relationships with clients and their animal counterparts. Dr Fairbanks shares her home with her loving husband; Ben, her two amazing kids; Ava and Wyatt, two crazy dogs, three cats, 7 chickens, 2 goats, and a handful of turkeys. During her time off, Dr. Fairbanks loves gardening, spending time outside, being a mom, and taking care of her small farm.

Jennifer Phipps, DVM

Dr. Phipps completed her B.S. in Animal Science from Washington State University in 2004 and received her DVM in 2007. She joined Mountain View Veterinary Hospital in 2015. Her special interests include orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, preventative care and geriatric medicine. She and her husband share their home with a cat, Cody, and dogs, Raina and Amber. In her free time she enjoys hiking and exploring local parks with her husband and dogs, volunteering at a local therapeutic horseback riding facility, camping and traveling.

Petrina Patete, DVM

Originally from New Jersey, Dr. Patete earned her DVM from The Ohio State University and relocated to Vancouver, WA. Being a veterinarian was always a lifelong dream for Dr. Patete and she is grateful to be in this profession. Dr. Patete loves the diversity of challenges that veterinary medicine presents and her greatest joy is seeing her patients thrive. Dr. Patete is passionate about the human-animal bond and feels honored to witness this connection on a daily basis.

Dr. Patete shares her home with two rescued Border Collie mixes and a cat who keeps the house in order. In her free time she enjoys hiking, rock climbing, and exploring the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest.

Rita Lawler, DVM

Dr. Lawler grew up in Northwest Iowa and graduated from Briar Cliff University with a degree in Biology and Psychology.  She then attended the University of Nebraska where she received a Master’s Degree in Biology.  She worked as a field biologist for New Mexico State University for eight years and loved traipsing around the desert collecting and gathering.  Dr. Lawler received her DVM from Oregon State University in 1991 and practiced in New Mexico for 22 years.  While in New Mexico she completed advanced training in Acupuncture and Veterinary Chiropractic Medicine but never lost her love for surgery.  Family brought her back to the Northwest where she enjoys exploring the mountains and the coast.  Presently she lives in Portland with her miniature dachshund Hazel.

Michael Glynn, DVM

Dr. Glynn graduated from Western Washington University with a B.S. in biology in 2005 and received his DVM in 2012 from Oregon State University. He loves helping maintain quality of life in geriatric pets, managing critically ill patients, and creating client understanding of veterinary medicine. Dr. Glynn and his wife have 2 energetic boys, 2 dogs, and a cat. In his free time he enjoys running, photography, and exploring the natural wonders of the Northwest.

 

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