Meet our excellent veterinary team!
At Skagit Animal Clinic, we are committed to your pet’s health. Our team has dedicated their lives to providing compassionate veterinary care to each and every animal they work with.
Emma Harvey, BVM&S, MRCVS, KPCTP
Emma joined Dr. Dight and the rest of the Skagit Animal Clinic family in August 2017. She has been practicing veterinary medicine since 2012. Dr Harvey has a particular interest in neonatal development, behavior and nutrition. Dr Harvey grew up on the Olympic Peninsula, moved to Edinburgh, Scotland where she received her veterinary degree, and has now returned to the Pacific Northwest. She has worked in mixed animal practice and canine reproductive practice before settling into small animal practice here in Skagit County. When not in the clinic you might find Dr Harvey with her two Icelandic Sheepdogs, Gus and Roo, in the garden or up a mountain.
April joined Skagit Animal Clinic in January 2021, She is a graduate of UC Davis in 1988, practicing medicine in CA, SC, and GA before settling in Skagit Valley more than 20 years ago. Dr. Sandors enjoys all aspects of small animal practice but has special interests in internal medicine and geriatric comfort. When not at the clinic, April and her husband work on their small family farm, which emphasizes humane agricultural practices while raising Red Dorking chickens, heritage turkeys, and grass-fed Katahdin sheep.
Jan Rhodes, DVM
Jan joined the team at Skagit in Feb, 2018, and had the privilege of working with Dr Dight before he retired. I moved here in 2009 from San Diego, CA, where I had my own clinic and then went on to work at a 24 hour Veterinary hospital in Del Mar, CA. I came to the Northwest to learn how to sail and ended up marrying my sailing instructor!
I am devoted to all animals, large and small but have settled into mostly dogs and cats, and especially Golden Retrievers, my breed and my love. Oh, but I can’t forget, Badger, the Sea Dog, who goes with us on our sailboat every summer up the Inside Passage to Desolation Sound and beyond. He is the best Border terrier ever!
Sue joined the Skagit Animal Clinic on April 1, 1981, but started her career with veterinary medicine in March of 1971. At the present time, she has three cats, Yamamoto, a seal point siamese, Flo, a siamese mixed and Schmittens, an old rescue cat. When Sue is not working at the clinic, you may find her in the garden, singing with her praise team, camping, fishing and she has a passion for crafts and reading.
Veterinary Assistant/Inventory Manager
Marisa joined Skagit Animal Clinic in April of 2017. She has two cats, Marceline and Finn (both black domestic shorthairs) and one dog, Jaxx (who is a Belgian Malinois/Australian Shepherd mix). When not in the clinic you will find her reading a book, hiking, binge watching shows with her fiance, or practicing archery.
Receptionist / Veterinary Assistant
Chloe joined Skagit Animal Clinic Feb 2018. When she is not in the clinic you can find her relaxing at home, or enjoying the outdoors with her American Pit bull Luna and three other family dogs
Veterinary Assistant / Receptionist
Mia joined Skagit Animal Clinic in May of 2014. She has two pets (DSH) named Pumpkin and a (White German Shepherd) named HunterBlue. When she’s not in the clinic you can find her enjoying the outdoors and traveling with her husband and daughter.
Aliah joined the team at Skagit Animal Clinic in August of 2021. Aliah has 2 dogs, Rocky a chihuahua, and Lilo a pitbull mix. When Aliah is not at work you will find her either at home playing video games and hanging out with her dogs or out and about on some trails when it is nice out.
Anna joined the Skagit Animal Clinic team in May of 2021, graduating from Skagit Valley College with High Honors the same year. She especially loves working with Siamese cats as she has her own Siamese kitty named Sophia at home whom she loves. When she isn’t working in the clinic, Anna enjoys reading novels, walking and hiking in nature, and spending time with family and friends.
Exceptional service and quality veterinary care in Burlington, WA.
At Skagit Animal Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are. We understand the bond between people and their pets, we share that bond with our own pets, and would be honored if you'd trust us to care for your four footed, furry family members.
Mon – Fri: 7:30 am – 6:00 pm
Sat: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
December 23rd - 25th: Closed
December 26th: 7:30 am – 6:00 pm
New Year's Eve: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
New Year's Day: Closed
January 2nd: Closed