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Brookfield Veterinary Hospital
16241 Redmond Way        Redmond, WA 98052
Tel: (425) 895-8888        Fax: (425) 895-1958

Monday - Friday:   9am - 7pm            Saturday:    9am - 4pm


Dr Marie, our Cougar, graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University in 1992. After a year in mixed practice, Dr. Marie decided on small animal medicine and since then has enjoyed working on dogs, cats, and pocket pets. Dr. Marie is especially interested in feline medicine and internal medicine (e.g. managing diabetics, renal disease). When not in the office, Dr. Marie spends time with her three children, Colin, Olivia and Ciara. Making cookies and planting a vegetable garden are their favorite pastimes.

Dr. Howard hails from the Emerald Isle, but is pleased to call the Northwest home. He graduated in 1991 from the College of Veterinary Medicine, University College, Dublin. Since graduation, he has been working in the United States. First, he was an intern at Washington State University and then a resident at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Howard spent his time at these institutions perfecting his surgical skills, and that is his greatest area of interest in veterinary medicine. Dr. Howard is also fascinated by the latest advances in medicine, and hopes to keep his practice abreast of new technology, information, and equipment. When not at the helm of Brookfield Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Robinson spends his free time on the Internet, in his workshop or at karate.

Dr. Brenda first developed her love of animals while growing up in a Michigan farming community. Her interest in the sciences led her to pursue a career as a research scientist, but she was drawn back to working with animals. She decided to fulfill her childhood dream of becoming a veterinarian and graduated from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. Since then Dr. Brenda has worked as a small animal practitioner. She equally enjoys medicine and surgery and has a special interest in dentistry. In her free time, Dr. Kennedy enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, travel, and stained glass art.

Hospital Manager:

Emily has been in working in veterinary hospitals since 1997, and has been at Brookfield since 2002. She is currently our hospital administrator, and has worked in the past as both a veterinary nurse and receptionist at hospitals in Seattle and San Francisco. When not at Brookfield she enjoys spending time hiking, reading, and taking care of her five cats and miniature schnauzer, Calantha.

Client Relations:

Becky has been working in veterinary medicine since 1999, and has been with Brookfield since 2005. Prior to her start in the veterinary field Becky worked for ten years as a daycare provider for children ranging from infants to five years old before deciding to pursue her interest in working with animals. After four years working as a veterinary nurse and receptionist she took two years off to attend and graduate from North Shore Dental Assisting Academy, but fortunately for Brookfield her love of animals drew her back into the veterinary profession! When not working Becky enjoys gardening, reading, and going on long hikes with her husband and their Dalmation named Ella, Abby the Beagle, and Labrador mix named Cain.

My name is Kimberly and I have been working with animals for as long as I can remember. I hail from beautiful historic Charleston, SC. I may have left behind my southern accent (and my cows and chickens) but I did not leave my love for animals! In my spare time I enjoy playing with my three ferrets, reading, video games, and music. I also enjoy long walks and bike rides. I plan on completing a veterinary assistant program so I can enhance my skills as a receptionist, but as a nurse as well. I have been with Brookfield since June of 2006 and enjoy so many of the relationships I have established, not only with my coworkers, but our clients and their pets as well.

Licensed Veterinary Technicians:

Prior to joining the Brookfield team in January of 2006 Mary had spent ten years in the veterinary industry, becoming a licensed technician after five years. For the most part, you will see her in the treatment and surgery areas. She has a special interest in dentistry for which she has attended numerous seminars and continuing education classes, and is certified by the American Society of Veterinary Dental Technicians. Mary's outside interests include spending time with her family, swimming, running, biking, hiking and golf. When not chasing her two busy toddlers you can find her experimenting in the kitchen (striving to be a world famous chocolatier!) or curled up with a good book.

Veterinary Nurses:

Krista has been working at Brookfield Veterinary Hospital since September of 2000. Prior to Brookfield, she had two years of working as a veterinary assistant. Recently, Krista has stepped into the field of animal behavior, augmenting her talents at Brookfield as a veterinary nurse. She is now our resident behavior consultant although she still has the dirty work of taking your pet's temperature. If you are looking for puppy training, or even classes for your older dog, Krista is the official trainer of Clyde's Clues to Puppy Obedience classes. Krista is compassionate and always wears a smile. She spends most of her free time with her beloved Weimaraner, Clyde, and her goofy Golden, Grace. Otherwise you can find her at the barn with her horse or with a good book.

After many years of being employed in various industries, Angie decided to follow her life-long dream of working with animals. She graduated from Pima Medical Institute in 2006 with a Veterinary Assistant Certificate and is currently enrolled at Penn Foster to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician. Angie treats every day as a learning experience and truly loves all aspects of her new career. When not at Brookfield or studying, she enjoys spending time with her husband and her two dogs, (Annie & Chico) and five cats (Miles, Monk, BooBoo, Moxie & Polly). Her other interests include making jewelry, cooking, playing on computers, adding to her frog collection, watching old movies, and let?s not forget supporting NASCAR!