Meet Our Team

  • Linsey Sutton
    DVM
    Veterinarian, Medical Director

    Dr. Sutton graduated from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine.  She is a 5th generation Spokane native graduating from John R. Rogers High School.  After graduating from high school she pursued her life long aspiration to become a Veterinarian.  Dr. Sutton earned her Bachelors Degree in Zoology from Washington State University before attending veterinary school.  After earning her DVM she worked briefly in Eagle Point, Oregon before realizing she wanted to come home.  She returned to Spokane in early 2007 and has no plans to ever leave, “this is my home”.  Dr. Sutton lives with her three young daughters, husband and large menagerie of animals.  She stays busy outside of work wrangling her 3 chickens, 8 llamas, 4 miniature goats, 4 miniature horses, 2 dogs and 2 cats.  “Being a veterinarian and having lots of animals and a family was what I aspired for as long as I can remember.  I feel I’ve accomplished everything I set out to do and now it’s time to enjoy it” - Dr. Linsey Sutton

  • Kat Bell
    DVM
    Associate Veterinarian

    Dr. Kat Bell is a proud graduate of Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine. She can be found ringing her cowbell (a sacred school symbol) on gamedays during football season. Dr. Bell's professional interests include feline medicine, and surgery of all types. Since graduating in 2010 Dr. Bell has logged an array of experiences, practicing on both sides of the United States and in England. Dr. Bell has also become fear free certified. Dr.Bell shares her home with her husband Erik, 'Irish Bulldog' Lola and their two cats, Pooter and Chubbs. When not at work she enjoys traveling and reading.

  • Arnora Griffith
    DVM
    Associate Veterinarian

    Dr. Griffith graduated from St. George's University. A Chicago native, she fell in love with eastern Washington while completing her clinical year at Washington State University. She chose to settle in Spokane with her husband David, two dogs Yalia and Kara, cat Tiffin, and chameleon Orisa. When not practicing medicine Dr. Griffith enjoys spending time with her husband, being crafty around the house, and playing video games. She also enjoys reading and is looking forward to getting back into camping.

  • Robin Wieck
    LVT
    Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Robin became a veterinary assistant in 1996 in her native state of California. She moved to Washington in 2002 and considers this her forever home. Robin became a licensed veterinary technician in 2015 after working in mixed practice, small animal and emergency medicine, pocket pets and birds. She has a special interest in anesthesia, dentistry and geriatric medicine. Robin and her husband Jeff own a home in Medical Lake that they share with their daughter Makenna, three dogs (Angus, Wanda and Skoshi), a cat (Stella) , a bearded dragon (Fang) and two geckos. When not working, Robin will be found camping, fishing, hiking and spending time with friends. Robin believes that by explaining procedures well it alleviates most people's fear of anesthesia, which she feels is extremely important. She also shares the clinic belief that your pets are well treated and cherished as family.

  • Heather Henderson
    LVT
    Licensed Veterinary Technician

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  • Kathy
    LVT
    Licensed Veterinary Technician

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  • Hope Luttrell
    Veterinary Assistant and Receptionist

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  • Shannon Sullivan
    Veterinary Assistant and Receptionist

    Shannon began her career in Veterinary Medicine at the age of 13 as a volunteer at a vet clinic.  She was hired a year later and has been in the field for nearly 20 years now. Aside from her work in general practice, Shannon has worked in emergency medicine and critical care, non-profits, and has worked abroad in the jungles of Peru.  She volunteers for local rescues, including River’s Wish Animal Sanctuary and is a House Rabbit Society Educator.  At home Shannon has cats, dogs, a guinea pig, and bunnies (some of whom are special needs). Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, reading, cross stitch and baking and is of the firm opinion that Star Trek is better than Star Wars.

  • Stephanie Everett
    Receptionist

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  • Jessica Lancaster
    Veterinary Assistant

    Jessica grew up in Shoreline WA where she enjoyed playing soccer and volleyball.  She became a part of our team in 2018 after getting her bachelors in Animal Sciences/Animal Management from Washington State University.  After graduating Jessica decided to make a home for herself in Spokane with her boyfriend Austin and their two cats Flicker and Stevie.  In her spare time she enjoys going on hikes, taking photographs, being crafty and hanging around the house with her animals.  

  • Hailey Cox
    Veterinary Assistant

    Hailey grew up in Spokane and recently graduated from WSU in Pullman, WA with her bachelor’s degree in Pre- Veterinary and Animal Science. When she is not at working, she can be found hiking, horseback riding or playing with her three dogs and two cats. 

  • Calli Wayenberg
    Veterinary Assistant

    Calli is a lifelong resident of the Spokane region and currently attending Whitworth University. She is working toward obtaining a double major in Business Management and Spanish. Calli's hobbies include horseback riding, snowboarding, running and many other outdoor activities.  Calli has become a valued team member over the past year where her meticulous nature and compassion are much appreciated.  Calli's furry friends include her horse Emma, dog Beka and soon to be bulldog Wanda.

  • Meagan Cooper
    Veterinary Assistant

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  • RayAnne Minikin
    Kennel Assistant

    RayAnne has worked with our hospital since moving here in early 2018. She started working with dogs professionally at 18 and hasn't stopped since! She loves spending time with her husband, son, Australian Shepard mix, 3 cats and her newest pet obsession, a Gargoyle morph Ball Python. She can usually be found in the back of the hospital checking on and talking to all the 'babies', and spending time with us for procedures between all her normal daily tasks. 

  • Miranda Luttrell
    Kennel Assistant

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  • Katy Folkerts
    Veterinary Assistant

    Katy grew up in Selah, WA. She first started her career in Veterinary Medicine in 2012, and her love of animals has kept her in the field since.  She took a brief break from caring for animals to welcome into the world her son Kein, her little miracle.  Katy and her fiancé Ryan moved to Spokane Valley after Kein was born and enjoys. Katy has 3 dachshunds at home, and loves getting to play with all the little long dogs at Union Animal Hospital! Katy joined our team in December 2019.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonial

  • "Had a great first experience! Dr Sutton was great!"
    Debra R.