The most wonderful aspect of being a Veterinarian is that no day is ever the same. Each workday I experience different clients, patients, and situations. Along with working alongside a dedicated and loyal staff, this variety is why I look forward to going to work. The staff and I will always strive to provide superior patient care by utilizing advanced techniques and technology to keep our companions happy and healthy.
Dr. John Carr has practiced veterinary medicine since graduation in 1980 from Murdoch University in Western Australia. His professional experience includes a residency in Equine Reproduction at the University of California at Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, and work in equine exclusive, small animal, and mixed animal practice in both the United States and Australia.
Dr. Carr’s personal interests include hiking, hunting and fishing, and tennis. Much of his time is spent pottering around his small ranch with wife Cathleen, daughters Caitlin and Marie, and their menagerie of pets and farm animals.
Dr. Sean Panella grew up in Knoxville, TN in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. He is a graduate of the University of Tennessee where he obtained his bachelor's degree in Animal Science and Doctorate degree in veterinary medicine. After working with local veterinarians and raising livestock of his own, he eventually came to the conclusion that veterinary medicine was the perfect fit for. His professional interests include multiple aspects of both small and large animal veterinary medicine, with particular interests in large animal reproduction and small animal surgery. His personal interests outside of veterinary medicine include spending time with his family and friends as well as getting outside. Whether it be snowboarding, skateboarding, surfing, hiking or fishing he likes any excuse to go outdoors!
Steve graduated from Oregon State University with a Bachelor Degree in Sociology. He pursued his degree after realizing he had over 10 years of management experience and over 20 years of life experience but lacked the education to further his pursuit of a professional job. His overall goal in life is to help anyone he comes into contact with whether that is an employee or just someone he sees in a store or on the street. He has served his local community for the past nine years as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff. Steve has a wife and four young children whom he spends every moment he can with.
Cory is a Prineville native. She has a long love for critters. She is a certified technician from her schooling in Wyoming. She has goats, cats and dogs. Her love of animals and knowledge makes her compassionate and caring for our patients.
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I joined Prineville Veterinary Clinic from my home state of Illinois. I lived in the Beaverton area for a number of years. I enjoy the outdoors which includes hiking, kayaking and scuba diving. I enjoy the beautiful scenery that surrounds Prineville. I have two sons and a daughter-in-law who are close by. I have two Chihuahua’s that keep me really busy.
I was born and raised in Prineville, where animals have always found a way to be a large part of my lifestyle. I enjoy spending time with my husband and family. We have two great dogs, one witty paint horse, and a kitten that will keep you laughing. A few of my favorite activities are riding horses and snowmobiling. I was blessed with the opportunity to grow up within Prineville Veterinary Clinic. I value the leading edge technology and medicine we provide. We strive to continue learning and growing with veterinary medicine; while still maintaining a small town veterinarian atmosphere.
I was raised in Redmond, Oregon where I still live today. I am married with two grown sons and I love to spend time with my family, camping, hunting and doing wood working projects. I have always loved animals and share my home with my dog Nakita, a chinchilla, a bearded dragon, parakeets and a few fish tanks. I decided to go to college after I raised my children and graduated in June of 2016 from the Veterinary Technician program. I did a three week internship at Prineville Veterinary Clinic and fell in love with the atmosphere and wonderful staff. They made me feel like I was part of the family and I was very excited when they asked me to become part of their amazing team!
I was born and raised in Redmond, Oregon. I graduated from the COCC Veterinary Technician program in June of 2018. I have always brought my pets to Prineville Veterinary Clinic and I couldn't be happier to work here and be a part of such a great clinic. On my free time you can find me hanging out with my family and corgis or competing on my horses at a local barrel race and rodeo.
I grew up on a commercial cattle operation in Eastern Oregon which lead to animals always being a huge part of my life. I received a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from North Dakota State University in 2016 and became a resident of Prineville shortly after. My husband and I have two sweet pups pictured above, named Remi and Millie, a horse named Duke and a mule named Zoey. When I am not at work, I enjoy spending time helping out on my family’s ranch, riding horses, hiking and fishing.
I was born and raised in the rocky mountains of Colorado, but recently transplanted to Prineville, Oregon. Animals have always found a way into my heart, being highly involved in raising 4-H show pigs and participating in western pleasure competitions. I was raised along side my five sisters, our yellow lab Wren, our Rhodesian Ridgeback Piper, and my horses Aspen and Drummer. When you see me in the office you can call me Cass! I am looking forward to meeting all of you and furthering my education in the Veterinary world.
I was born in the Philippines, where I operated a small business in the market before immigrating to America in 2008. My husband Charlie and I have been married since 2006. I enjoy working for the benefit of animals.
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