We love what we do! Our care team strives to go above and beyond to make both you and your pet feel welcome and comfortable, never rushed, and always heard. We want to become your trusted partner and the resource you turn to for all of your pet care needs.
Originally from Charlotte, North Carolina, Brittany attended college in Missouri before resettling in the Pacific Northwest. She previously worked in a boarding facility in northern California, as well as a fast-paced medical records center in Berkeley. When she heard about an opening here at Cornell Center Animal Hospital from a fellow employee, Brittany jumped at the chance to apply her animal-care knowledge in order to better the lives of the area’s pets. In her time away from work, Brittany is an avid artist and paints, draws, and sculpts whenever she can find time. She’s also fond of exploring new places, reading, playing golf, and attending stand-up comedy shows.
Kelli’s animal-care career began when she interned at a local pet clinic, where she developed a fascination with animal medicine. After moving to Portland, she started working at a doggie daycare facility and later signed up for the Veterinary Technician program at Portland Community College. Shortly after beginning her studies, she came across an opening here at the clinic, and knew it was the perfect opportunity to supplement her schooling with real-world animal healthcare experience. Around the hospital, Kelli enjoys performing blood draws and studying samples under the microscope. Most of all, she enjoys meeting new pets every day and getting to be a first-hand witness to the incredible bonds between pets and their owners. When she isn’t studying or caring for pets here at the clinic, Kelli enjoys reading history, horseback riding, surfing, gaming, and spending time with her own pets. She has a Chihuahua named Tyson who is a true people-lover; a cat named Roo who adores Tyson; a chihuahua Kenny who was adopted from WCAS while in school; and a foster cat who goes by Shadow.
Sandi used to work for a friend who ran a dairy, which was her first introduction to veterinary medicine. The doctor there told her about a program at Portland Community College, and with two young children to raise at home, Sandi went back to school and graduated in 1988 and has been certified ever since. Dentistry is one of Sandi’s favorite passions within veterinary medicine. She loves giving a pet a clean mouth. She also likes working with senior pets. Sandi and her husband have two grown children who have children of their own, and several pets, a large Cane Corso puppy, a British shorthair cat named Miley, and a Scottish fold cat named Beourman. Sandi even runs a Scottish fold cattery called Faerydae Folds, where she currently has two breeding females, two toms, and two more females on the rise!