Dr. Anne-Marie Burrell is a graduate of the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon, Canada. She shares a chaotic home with her husband, Mike, four dogs, and four cats. When not at work or wrangling her household, Dr. Burrell enjoys horseback riding, taking the dogs to the park, and enjoying local theatre. She has also recently started showing Persian cats!
Dr. Emily Fukuzato is a native of the Pacific Northwest and a graduate of Washington State University. She completed an internship in emergency medicine and surgery at a specialty hospital in Los Angeles after receiving her DVM degree. With over 15 years of emergency experience, she enjoys caring for and treating all types of emergencies. Particular interests include feline critical care, endoscopy, soft tissue surgery, and trauma management. Outside of her veterinary career, Dr. Fukuzato enjoys biking, gardening, hiking in the great northwest, and traveling with her family.
Dr. Mullins is originally from Ohio and is a 2006 graduate from the College of Veterinary Medicine program at The Ohio State University. She completed a year long rotating surgery and medicine internship and discovered her love for emergency medicine. She has been an ER veterinarian for the last 14 years and loves the challenges presented in this field. Her passions include emergency surgery, diagnostic imaging, critical care, and pain management. Dr. Mullins also loves intensive care as it gives her the chance to bond with and provide comfort for the animals that are in the hospital. She especially enjoys working with geriatric patients and those with special needs. She believes that animals have a profound gift for healing and enjoying life to the fullest, even when faced with illness or trauma. Dr. Mullins enjoys many things in her life outside of work, including hiking and exploring the beautiful PNW trails, mountain biking, SCUBA diving, yoga, meditation, and international travel. She has lived abroad in the UK and Australia. Her animal family includes a three-legged Rottweiler named Kingsley, a large hound mix named Peter, and a turtle named Leggo.
Dr. Jordan Stankowiak graduated from Michigan State University with his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2019. He started his career as a veterinarian in emergency medicine and enjoys wound management, toxicology, and internal medicine. As a native Washingtonian, he is excited to be back practicing medicine where he grew up. When not taking care of owners and their pets, he is most often found hiking, skiing, rock climbing, and spending time with his two dogs and partner Lindsay.