Client Services

  • Receptionist Supervisor

    Lydia R

    Lydia came to Redwood in April of 2011. She adores all animals and has been in the veterinary field since 2005. Her other love is baking and has a diploma in Pastry. She hopes to always find a happy medium in combining these two passions for the rest of her life. She currently resides in Bothell with her boyfriend, Rob and two best felines, Clyde and Dexter. Outside of work, nothing makes her happier than spending time with her boyfriend and her family. She also loves a good laugh, eating Chinese food, the snow and rain, the mountains, playing video games, and anything with polka dots!


  • Receptionist

    Chloe B

    Chloe was new to VCA Redwood Animal Hospital in 2014. Although she has always worked with animals, this is Chloe’s first job in the veterinary field. She spent five years volunteering at the Everett Animal Shelter. While she was there, Chloe picked up lots of animal behavior knowledge, as well as training techniques. Chloe has three rescue dogs, a bird, a snake, and a Bearded Dragon. In her free time, she enjoys taking her dogs to the dog park, hiking, fishing, camping, and reading a good book!


  • Receptionist

    Liz

    Native to Everett and new to Redwood, Liz joined the team in June 2011. Her first time being in the veterinary field, Liz couldn't image working anywhere else!
    While not having fun at Redwood, Liz enjoys traveling places with her friends, herpetology, and kicking back and enjoying life. She has two pets, a tortoise named Viola, and a hamster named Matt Damon and has a knack for getting curious looks by people when taking her tortoise outside in the summer for "walks".

  • Receptionist

    Carly P
    School: University of Portland, B.S.

    Carly recently moved from sunny California to experience the Northwest lifestyle. When not at work she enjoys water sports, reading, and trying new foods. She earned a degree in Biology with an emphasis on Animal Behavior and a minor in Political Science from the University of Portland. She hopes to use this knowledge in the future to prevent animal cruelty. As a life long animal lover she enjoys welcoming the patients with loving hugs and a handful of treats!

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