Dr. Eddy Suchy graduated Vet school from Oregon State University in 2012 and dreamed of becoming a Theriogenologist, however life had its own plans. Dr. Suchy joined the WVAH team in 2014 as an associate Veterinarian, drawn to the strong focus on community service and WVAH's mission statement of providing excellent quality care at prices that all pet owners can afford. Volunteering with military veterans and the homeless community, running spay and neuter clinics for non-profit rescues while working closely with local breeders devoted to the genetic health of the pet population is a strong reminder of the strength and importance of the human-animal bond in our lives and community. These days, Dr. Suchy owns and manages WVAH in Gladstone with her partner, Carlus, and has a strong interest in surgery, orthopedics, and acupuncture. Dr. Suchy also sits on the Board of Directors of the FIDO Pet Food Bank. Dr. Suchy and Carlus share their home with their daughters and deaf cat named Bruce. When Dr. Suchy is not at the clinic, she enjoys traveling home to Israel, hiking and cooking and has recently started taking Pilates classes.