Dr. Jan White, DVM


Dr. White is a 1990 graduate of the University of California at Davis. She earned her BS degree in Social Work and completed graduate work in veterinary medicine.

She spent 32 years doing community organizational work with animal rescue groups ranging from stray and orphaned pets, animal care of indigent pet owners, to organizing wildlife rehabilitation on local, regional, and national levels.

Dr. White worked for 15 years as the Executive Director for the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council promoting wildlife conservation and education. She also worked hands-on intensively providing veterinary and management services for oil spill response from Seward, Alaska to Long Beach, California.

Practicing small animal medicine for the last 25 years, she brings a wealth of experience to animals in her care. She actively participates in continuing education courses to stay on top of new methods of care in animal health care services. Her special interest in infectious diseases puts front and center the veterinary duty to inform and prevent infections from traveling between animals and their human families.

Dr. White is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Washington State Veterinary Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital Association, Wildlife Disease Association, and Washington Wildlife Rehabilitators Association.


Dr. Grace Allodi


Dr. Grace Allodi is a recent graduate from the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, WA. Before attending vet school, she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science at WSU. Dr. Grace grew up in the Issaquah-Sammamish area with an array of animals including dogs, cats, chickens, ducks, hamsters, guinea pigs, goats, and horses.

Throughout her veterinary education, she volunteered as a dog trainer with the local animal shelter and was involved with multiple student veterinary associations. She has strong interests in behavior medicine, pain management, and preventative care. She is currently earning her veterinary acupuncture certification and has special interests in integrative medicine including Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and physical rehab.

Dr. Grace has a strong passion for the human-animal bond and enjoys connecting with a mix of patients including companion animals and various farm animals (especially goats!). Quality of life is her number one priority for each animal that she treats. In her free time, you can find her exploring the PNW with her 7 year old Chihuahua mix, Violet, and her partner Ryan.