At the Pet Samaritan Clinic our veterinarians and professional staff make all the difference to your pets’ health care. Everyone with whom you and your pet come into contact is dedicated to providing compassionate care and skilled services. our veterinarians and professional staff make all the difference to your pets’ health care. Everyone with whom you and your pet come into contact is dedicated to providing compassionate care and skilled services.
- Experienced Veterinarians- At Pet Samaritan Clinic , you will see our veterinarians have many years of experience treating animals. They keep their medical knowledge current by attending continual education courses and seminars multiple times per year.
- Concerned Understanding– Pet Samaritan Clinic veterinarians take into consideration all the factors that can affect pet health, including exercise, diet, travel, preexisting disease, grooming, and the presence of other animals in the household.
- Licensed technicians and assistants– Our licensed technicians and trained staff are here to assist you and your pet at any time. Whether it is medically or just to offer a comforting hello when you and your pet walk in. We are here.
Dr. Sue Erickson
Dr. Erickson received her veterinary degree in 1986 from Oregon State University. She grew up on Long Island, New York and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Marine Biology from Long Island University in 1975. She did research on Arctic Seals for six years at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, where she received a PhD. In 1981 she realized veterinary medicine was her true calling. She now lives in a rural area south of Portland with her four cats. Her special areas of interest in veterinary medicine include the internal medicine of dogs and cats, care of geriatric pets, and dentistry.
Dr. Janet Ewing, DVM
Bio will be available soon.
Dr. Karen Davies
Dr. Davies attended and graduated from Oregon State University where she received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in the year 2000. She also attended the University of Washington, where she pursued her interest of science and received her Bachelor’s of Science in Zoology. She has always been intrigued by the world of science, the practice of medicine and its ways of healing, but most importantly she has always had a special place in her heart for all kinds of animals. At Pet Samaritan she treats each animal with a gentle hand whether it be a dog, cat, avian or pocket pet. She decided that practicing veterinary medicine was her true calling when she realized she could put all of her interests into one career. Dr. Davies grew up in the Pacific Northwest and lives with her husband, daughter, their 3 dogs, and 2 cats. She has recently started to feel the urge to adopt a horse from a local horse rescue! In addition to the exceptional care and treatment all our doctors provide, Karen can perform acupuncture on your pet. Acupuncture is a 3,000 year-old Chinese medical technique of using needles inserted into predetermined points of the body to produce a healing effect. Although acupuncture is many times used as a sole treatment, it is often used in conjunction with modern, western medicine. Acupuncture is most often found to benefit long-standing conditions such as arthritis, but can be helpful in some acute medical conditions.