Juanita Bay Veterinary welcomes Johnson as full-time veterinarian

  • Thursday, November 2, 2017 4:51pm
  • Business

Kari Johnson recently joined the staff at Juanita Bay Veterinary, 11416 98th Ave. N.E. in Kirkland, as a full-time veterinarian.

Johnson grew up in central California and southern Idaho. She graduated from Washington State University’s School of Veterinary Medicine in 1993.

According to a press release, Juanita Bay patients are most fortunate to have the benefit of her experience as an emergency doctor and rehabilitation doctor, in addition to her general practice knowledge.

Johnson is also a college professor who teaches undergraduate human anatomy and physiology. She enjoys solving medical problems and helping pets and people live happier more comfortable lives, the release states.

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