Our Veterinarians

Our Veterinarians are proudly serving the Washington county area along with many other areas.  We provide quality vet care to your beloved family pet.  

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Brian Pilversack, DVM

Dr. Pilversack grew up in the east. He studied marine biology as an undergraduate and then obtained his veterinary degree from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998.  Having fallen in love with the Pacific Northwest after a previous cross-country trip, he moved to the Portland area after graduation where he has practiced since.  Outside of veterinary medicine, Brian enjoys making music, cycling, swimming and spending time with his family and assorted pets.

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Dr. Margaret Crepeau

Margaret grew up in rural Snohomish, WA.  She started her veterinary education learning to take care of the family's chickens, parrot, duck, rodents, ferrets, rabbits, pigs, dog, cats, goats, cows, and horses.  Margaret knew at a young age that veterinary medicine was a perfect fit.  She did her undergraduate studies at Seattle University and then earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine.  She immediately began her career at a fast-paced 9-practice veterinary clinic in Spokane, WA.  In 2008 Margaret moved to Oregon and began practicing in Hillsboro.  From day-to-day health and wellness concerns, to cesarean sections, to exploratory surgeries, to solving internal medicine mysteries, Margaret continues to love the adventure, diversity, and challenge of being a veterinarian.

Besides being a veterinarian, Margaret strives to be active and involved.  She plays on her indoor soccer teams, snowboards, hikes, jogs, and volunteers with community service projects like Habitat for Humanity, Blanchet House, St Francis Dining Hall, Northeast Emergency Food Program, Oregon Food Bank, and the St Bernard Project in New Orleans.

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Dr. Tom Dickey

Dr. Dickey grew up in Oklahoma, developing an interest in wildlife and biology at an early age. He has extensive experience as both a clinical and research veterinarian. Prior to veterinary school he worked as a research associate at Emory University in Atlanta and at the Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center. He graduated from Oklahoma State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1992, earning the ACVS and Irwin Awards for the Outstanding Surgery Student. Following graduation, he became the manager of the Laser Surgery Lab at OSU, performing both clinical and research duties.

Since moving to the Pacific Northwest in 1998, Dr. Dickey has been a small animal veterinarian, as well as a faculty member at the Oregon Health and Sciences University in both the Department of Neurology and at the Oregon Hearing Research Center. He lives in Portland with his wife Michelle Judd and two rescue dogs. He enjoys singing and playing guitar, and also working in their community garden plot.

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Dr. Jenny Ross

Jenny has been involved with animal welfare since a very young age. She volunteered extensively with The Denver Dumb Friends League, raised eight Guide Dogs for the Blind, and currently volunteers with the Portland Animal Welfare team. During her free time she enjoys reading, tutoring special education students and playing with her two retired Guide Dogs.

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