Dr. Doug McInnis

Dr. McInnis grew up with animals on their small family farm and it was there where he gained a love for animals and decided to pursue a career to help animals. He earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from Oregon and Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, Dr. McInnis became very active in organized veterinary medicine locally, statewide, and nationally He is a past president of the Klamath and Lake Counties Veterinary Medical Association, past president and board member of the Oregon Veterinary Medical Association, and currently serves as the Oregon Delegate to the American Veterinary Medical Association House of Delegates. He is a past member of the American Veterinary Medical Association Foundation and is currently a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association Foundation Advisory Board. Dr. McInnis is a member of the Rotary Club of Klamath County where he has been treasurer, president, and has served on the Board of Directors. He is also the past president of the Klamath County Rotary Club Foundation. Dr. McInnis is currently serving his community as a member of the Sky Lakes Medical Center Board of Directors, a member of the Sky Lakes Medical Center Foundation Board, and a board member of Klamath County CASA (Child Abuse Special Advocates). Dr. McInnis is very dedicated to his profession and often fosters that dedication for high school students and the youth interested in the veterinary field. He encourages his veterinary hospital staff to pursue continuing education and career advancement and provides preceptorships to students in the veterinary field. Dr. McInnis serves on two local scholarship committees. The Rotary Foundation Scholarship Committee and the Merle and Emma West Scholarship Committee.

Dr. McInnis is an animal advocate and has served on the Board of Directors and was Vice President of the Klamath Humane Society. Dr. McInnis continues to support the efforts of the Humane Society and donates many services and provides assistance to the shelter and its animals.

Below is a link to the Diamond Collar Award he received in 2018 for his efforts in animal welfare from the Oregon Humane Society.

Dr. Marcie Keener

Dr. Keener has been involved in veterinary medicine for over 30 years. She began her career as a kennel worker at Brant-Hill Veterinary Hospital, which is now East Ridge in 1988, She obtained her degree and license as a veterinary technician in 1991. In 1995 Marcie returned to Klamath Falls to be near family, in 2000 Marcie became part of the West Ridge crew as a technician. She returned to school and obtained her Doctorate in 2009 and has been an anchor veterinarian at East Ridge since that time. Dr. Keener has 1 grown daughter, 1 granddaughter and many dogs and cats. In her off time she enjoys woodworking, crafting from reclaimed wood and spending time in the great outdoors.

Dr. Carolyn Whitaker

Dr. Whitaker earned her D.V.M. in 2002 from the University of California, Davis College of Veterinary Medicine with an interest in large animal medicine. Dr. Whitaker has been in Klamath County since graduation and joined East Ridge in October of 2006. When Dr. Whitaker is not working she is busy with her husband and two young daughters at their home in Bonanza, where they have a variety of animals including horses, cats, and a dog. Dr. Whitaker and her family also keep very busy with their herd of Boer meat goats. Dr. Whitaker is a member of the Bonanza PPA and active with Bonanza Little League.

Dr. Jenny Gondek

Dr. Jenny Gondek graduated from the University of Glasgow, Scotland, in 2013. She has an interest in surgery, behavior, and wildlife rehabilitation. While not at work, she is busy with three cats, two dogs, and one husband. She is originally from California and loves the great outdoors.

Dr. Sheree Everett

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Even after numerous years in the Veterinary field, I still look forward to going to work, interacting with our patients and clients, and working cooperatively with a great team that I consider family.

I graduated from Dental Hygienist school and after a few years, I decided to return to school to pursue my first love: Veterinary Medicine. My mom predicted that I would become a veterinarian and was never surprised at what critters supposedly followed me home. My pets not only included dogs, cats, and birds…but also a menagerie of snakes, mice, guinea pigs, hamsters, barn owls, horny toads, turtles, and more.

After graduating from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1987, I set my sites on opening my own veterinary hospital. Thus, in 1992, Everett Veterinary Hospital & Boarding House was opened. However, after 25 years, I was not ready to retire after selling my practice in 2017. I love continuing my passion and being an employee with East/West Ridge Animal Hospital.

My spare time is spent with my Labradoodle (Morgan), hiking, traveling, and kayaking. My passions also include photography and writing.

I know that I am truly blessed to be in a profession where I am able to give and yet get back so much in return.