Dr. Chigos grew up in the San Francisco Bay area, where he developed a passion for taking care of animals at an early age. After dedicating many years to teaching and managing an educational television station, he decided to pursue his lifelong dream of becoming a veterinarian. Dr. Chigos earned his veterinary degree from Ross University and finished his clinical year at Oregon State. He greatly values and enjoys his relationships with clients, emphasizing preventive care and working with clients to ensure the best plan possible for sick patients. When not working he spends time with his wife and daughter taking care of their two cats, and beloved dog. Some of his favorite Oregon activities are hiking, skiing, trips to the beach, and attending Timbers games.
Dr. Lisa Loennig was born and raised in the mid-Willamette Valley. She grew up having an innate love for animals and drive to know more about them which she fostered by joining the Future Farmers of America in high school. Dr. Loennig graduated from Oregon State University with a degree in Animal Science and a minor in Biology and followed this up by joining OSU's Veterinary School where she graduated in 2009, finishing in the top ten percent of her class. While at OSU Dr. Loennig was president of their Pathology Club and has a special interest in surgery and preventive care. Outside the clinic she enjoys gardening, as well as canning and pickling. She also enjoys spending time with her husband and their two dogs "Madigan" and "Holly" as well as their cat "Chompers.
Dr. Tammy Tomschin first developed a deep bond with animals by training and showing dogs at an early age. The experience of communicating with the animals and learning how to work as a team along side a wide range of different breeds spurred a fascination and love of animals that took Tammy to Oregon States Veterinary school where she graduated in 1999 after completing a clinical rotation at Washington State's Veterinary School. As a veterinarian the special bond between humans and animals is still of paramount importance to her. She is passionately devoted to helping clients determine the best care possible for their pets. Dr. Tomschin enjoys spending time horseback riding and hiking especially in the gorge. At home she loves spending time with her dogs "Sonja" and "Sanders" as well as her cat "Cookie."
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