Sharon Jensen, DVM
Blue Mountain Animal Clinic entered Dr. Jensen's life when it was sold to her by founder, Dr. Jack Thornton. She says it's has been a fun challenge to bring excellent pet and client care to this practice. "I'm fortunate to share BMAC's mission with two experienced doctors and a compassionate, well trained staff."
She is a graduate of WSU College of Veterinary Medicine, a native of Bellingham, and an avid boater and gardener. She is currently in "my 'cat phase' of life" and lives surrounded by felines Susie and Walter and new kitten Larry.
Beloved Leif Jensen, felis emeritus, left his old body on February 24th, 2013.
"I lost my "dog" heart to Clancy, my perfect Golden Retriever."
Dr. Jensen advocates to keep local veterinary practices out of the hands of corporate owners. For more information, she invites you to visit NVA Online .
Nicole Wagnon, DVM
Dr. Wagnon was born and raised in Missouri, graduating from University of Missouri Veterinary School in 2005. Dr. Wagnon practiced in Texas for the first five years with an exciting stint as a trauma and emergency services veterinarian.
With a deep interest in orthopedic surgery, Dr. Wagnon will expand our practice's abilities with her keen surgical and trauma management skills.
Dr. Wagnon married the love of her life, Chris on December 12, 2012. They share their home with a Rhodesian Ridgeback named Ellie, a Heinze 57 named Maddie and the Siamese cat from Heck: Spaz. (Seriously, the cat is constantly combat-ready!)
Welcome, Liz Oien, DVM! Dr. Liz Oien grew up in Sequim and came back to her roots after graduating from Ross University's School of Veterinary Medicine in 2012. She previously obtained a Bachelor Degree in Neuroscience from Washington State University.
As fate would have it, while she was applying for vet schools, she also met the love of her life, her husband Ken. Liz and Ken now call Sequim home once more with their two adopted, and, I might say, very well loved cats, Boo Bear and Tubbs. She and her husband love the Olympic peninsula and continually find new interests including running, stained glass, kayaking, and hiking.
Dr Oien understands the importance of the community and is committed to all the residents and their pets extending beyond the walls of our hospital. She understands that the highest standard of care encompasses both at home care and the care given while in the clinic. Her devotion to giving animals the highest standard of care started at an early age after her exposure to animals in her participation in 4-H. It was during these years that she witnessed first hand the mutual benefits of the human-animal bond. It is her primary responsibility and passion to extend that patient care to each individual animal at the Blue Mountain Animal Clinic.
We regret to inform all of our customers that we will be losing Dr. Meg Gordon to the wilds of Montana. She and her husband are moving to Kalispell to be closer to family. We will miss her and wish her Good Luck!!!