Our Practice

We are a full-service animal hospital providing comprehensive pet healthcare services in Olympia, WA. Our veterinarians offer a wide variety of medical, surgical and dental services. Our hospital has advanced equipment and technologies, including comprehensive in-house testing for accurate diagnosis, digital x-ray, surgical suite, dental suite, and a pharmacy. We are committed to providing quality care at every stage of your pet's life. From routine preventive care to early detection and treatment of a wide range of conditions and diseases, we have the expertise to provide the highest standard of care for your pet.

  • Natalee Rosinski, DVM

    Doctor

    I have lived in Olympia since 2004 after marrying a lifelong resident (Ryan), we have two kids, a standard poodle named Pearl, a fluffy ginger cat name Eva, an ever growing tankful of guppies, and 5 chickens.
    Since joining Healthy Pets in 2005 I’m pretty sure that 90% of my clients have no idea who Dr. Rosinski is (as I prefer Dr. Natalee) and for that I am grateful. I love the relationship I can build with my clients and their animals. When I graduated from WSU in 2001, I initially started out as a mixed animal veterinarian (with a fondness for sheep, goats, camelids, and cervids). Today I have left that life behind and my veterinary interests include dermatology, geriatrics, surgery, and a budding interest in exotics and wildlife.
    Outside of work my interests include building giant costumes for Procession of the Species, making chicken costumes, running with my dog Pearl while training for full and half marathons, helping with my kid’s dog 4-H group, and playing banjo.

  • Whitney Trepel, DVM

    Doctor

    Veterinary medicine is a second career for me. I was originally an engineer, and when looking into graduate school I recognized that veterinary medicine would combine my love of hands-on science with my love of animals. I moved to Olympia from Seattle when I started working at Healthy Pets in 2012 and I couldn’t have hoped for a better town or clinic. I currently live with three cats, all of whom came to our clinic from Animal Services in various states of disrepair, as well as a very tolerant Lab mix named Ned.

  • Kelly Murphy, DVM

    Doctor

    Dr. Kelly’s interests include photography, hiking, baking, traveling, and writing. She has two Lab mixes named Jules and Henry (an incredibly cute duo), and a cat named Leta a.k.a. “Gummy Bear”.

  • Danielle Mechur, DVM

    Doctor

    Going to the vet can be stressful for you and your pet. My passion is nurturing the human-animal bond while caring for your pet’s medical needs. I understand that no single approach is right for every individual so I aim to be compassionate and flexible.
    I have loved animals from a young age; from walking neighborhood dogs in elementary school to working at veterinary hospitals for many years prior to being accepted to veterinary school at Oregon State University. My husband, our daughters, 3 dogs and 2 cats moved to Olympia this summer so I could join the amazing team at Healthy Pets.
    I enjoy caring for all kinds of critters. In addition to dogs and cats, I am happy to see small mammals, birds, and reptiles. My professional interests include preventative care, dermatology, and surgery. When you see me, don’t worry about how to pronounce my last name, I prefer Dr. Danielle!

  • Kim Spradlin

    Hospital Manager

    I have always loved working with animals ever since I could remember. Doing 4H with horses and leading trail rides as a teenager. So when I started working at Healthy Pets in 2006 as a receptionist I couldn’t have been happier. I have since worked my way up to Hospital Manager and love the relationships I have made with the clients and pets that come thru the door. Outside of work I have fun with my 2 dogs Sullivan and Super Dave, my 2 cats Josie and Norman and riding my Quarter horse Twister. I do have a twin sister that works here as well and we love confusing the new employees.

  • Thea Cooling

    Licensed Vet Technician

    Thea attended Pierce College’s Veterinary Technician Program and graduated in June of 2016. When she finished school, Healthy Pets quickly offered her a job within a couple months. If Thea is not at work she enjoys time with her 4 year old Bearded Dragon named Phoenix and a 6 year old English Spaniel named Molly.

  • Stephani Wallace

    Assistant Manager

    I am an outgoing and bubbly soul that has loved animals her whole life. Working with animals has been a big passion and love of mine and so I decided to go back to school to get my LVT license. Outside of school and work I like to spend time with my husband and 3 dogs, Dozzer, Roque and Nova.

  • Sophie Turner

    Receptionist

    Since I was a small child, I have had a great deal of love for animals. Growing up on a small farm gave me a the opportunity to work with a wide variety of creatures and when I started working at Healthy Pets as an assistant in 2008, I knew I was in the right place. I am now back manager and it has been such an amazing journey getting to know all the wonderful pets and people that walk through our doors. At home I have 2 silly kitties, 4 sweet energetic rats and a lot of little stick bugs. I also love to sculpt, draw and bike in my free time.

  • Amy Spradlin

    Receptionist

    I have always loved and had animals since I was a little girl. I started working at steamboat Animal Hospital and then transferred to Healthy Pets where I get mistaken for my twin sister Kim all the time. My house is ruled by my 3 cats Chloe, Wally and Penny who love to create messes. For fun I like to read and ride my horse Alura.

  • Leane Schneider

    Receptionist

    My name is Leanne, and I work reception. I’m 21 years old, born and raised in Washington State. I’ve been in Olympia for almost 10 years now, and I’ve got to say it’s one of the best places I’ve lived in. Family has always been a huge part of my life; I’ve got 4 biological siblings and 2 step-siblings, aunts and uncles that I can’t count on two hands, and cousins with whom I was raised alongside, like siblings. Growing up, we always had at least one dog and cat. I spend most of my time playing video games, exploring outdoors, or going to local music shows or events. I love to travel, though I haven’t gone far, yet. However, none of these things would be complete without my dear friends and boyfriend. Whatever time I have, I spend as much of it as I can with people that I love.

  • Jasmine Brown

    Receptionist

    Jasmine graduated from Washington State University in 2016 with a degree in animal sciences. She has always had a passion for animals and knew from an early age this was the career field she wanted to pursue. Outside of work she likes to watch movies, bake, hike and spend time with her 12 year old rescue dog, Kacey.

  • Tifani Hurley

    Receptionist

    I have been with Healthy Pets for about a year as a receptionist and I love what I do. Getting to interact with the clients and their pets and watching the bond grow is fantastic. I have two cats at home luna is a 4 year lovable goof ball and Castiel who is the baby, is crazy with lots of energy. In my free time I love to be with my friends and family.

  • Kayla Maxwell

    Receptionist

    My name is Kayla, and I’m a dog mom of 2 Bindi, who is an Australian Cattle dog and Sophie a pug maltese mix. I have been working at HP for about 4 years. When I’m not working at HP I like to spend time with my dogs in the great outdoors. Such as hiking, camping, herding and Kayaking.

  • Chet Thompson

    Maintenance

  • Cameron Wright

    Licensed Vet Technician

    I have always had a great respect, love, and fascination with animals. Since I was 15 I’ve been working in pet clinics. I graduated in 2014 from Pierce College’s Veterinary Technician Program and landed my first licensed technician job in an emergency clinic. There is nothing like working in an emergency clinic! Not knowing what will come in next and managing multiple emergency / critical patients naturally leads to fast learning and working well with your team. My son was born on Thanksgiving morning 2017. After my paternity break I moved from swing/overnight shifts at the ER clinic to Healthy pets at the beginning of the year. I have met some great new friends in this new family-esque dynamic. You come across a lot of interesting characters (human and animals) in the vet field! I look forward to meeting every one of you!