Parker Way Veterinary Clinic is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Mount Vernon, WA. The professional and courteous staff at Parker Way Veterinary Clinic seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for their highly-valued patients. Our hospital has advanced equipment and technologies, including comprehensive in-house testing for accurate diagnosis, digital x-ray, surgical suite, dental equipment, and a full pharmacy. We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients at every stage of your pet's life. From routine preventive care to early detection and treatment of a wide range of conditions and diseases, we have the expertise to provide the highest standard of care for your pet. We also serve Skagit, Snohomish and Tacoma areas, as well as Oregon and Idaho.
Dr. Amanda Wolf
Dr. Amanda Wolf is originally from Iowa, but fell in love with the Pacific Northwest when she attended Linfield College in Oregon for her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry. She returned to Iowa State University for her veterinary studies and graduated in 2017 before moving out to Washington to start practicing Veterinary Medicine. She has been with Parker Way Veterinary Clinic since she graduated as the growing staff and clients have become her PNW family. Amanda and her husband Aaron love and care for several pets of their own, including Leela, a senior one-eyed Shi tzu, Hope, a food-allergic Chihuahua, Meadow, a senior tuxedo cat, Elaine, an orange and white cat, Aviendha, a brown tabby cat, and Hinatea, a crested gecko.
Dr. Alison Herendeen
Dr. Alison Herendeen has been with Parker Way Veterinary Clinic since 2020. She is a proud graduate of the Washington State University (Go Cougs!) and spent her first year after graduating completing her small animal medicine and surgery internship at a specialty clinic in the Seattle area. Though she enjoys emergency medicine, she decided to pursue general practice in order to build lasting relationships with pets and their owners and be able provide quality medicine for family pets throughout all the stages of their lives. When she is not in the clinic, you can find Dr. Herendeen hiking with her Boxer mix and fastest boy Nitro, training her new pup, cuddling with her spicy tabby cat, or enjoying as much of the Pacific Northwest as the weather will allow.
Dr. Cord Kivi
Dr. Cord Kivi is a Central Washington native from Ellensburg. He raised pigs for 4-H as a child and helped his dad grow orchard grass hay on their property. He earned his bachelor’s degree at Eastern Washington University before being accepted into the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine as a member of the class of 2021.
To help pay for college expenses, Cord worked as an assistant at a mixed animal practice in Ellensburg before working for five summers as a wildland firefighter with the Department of Natural Resources.
He moved to the area with his vet school sweetheart after graduation. They enjoy getting out in nature with trail rides on their horses, whale watching, hiking, hunting, fishing, and camping. They share a Golden Retriever and two cats.
Dr. Kivi looks forward to a lifetime of learning as a veterinarian and is excited to continually strive to provide the best possible care to the community.
Sandra Lebron is a Navy veteran of 20 years. Upon retiring, she immediately felt the boredom of retirement and decided that she was not ready to settle into the quiet retirement life. Although she holds a BA in Criminal Justice, she decided to pursue a career in the veterinary field due to her affinity for animals. She became a member of Parker Way Veterinary Clinic as a Veterinary Assistant, and after 5 and a half years, she was promoted to overall clinic manager due to her work ethic, reliability, managerial experience, and knowledge. Outside of being an avid crafter and gamer, Sandra is a mother to 2 cats, Katara and Lion-O, and 2 dogs, Suki and Jughead
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Julie, LVT, received her training through the Veterinary Assistant Program at the Bellingham Technical College in 1995. She then interned at Parker Way where she trained as an Assistant Veterinary Technician. Julie is the staff member everyone else calls on when they need help or need to locate something in the Clinic. Julie is owned by a West Highland White Terrier named Jasmine, and a silly black cat, named George. Julie likes to read, make jewelry, and sing. She also plans the Clinic’s annual Christmas Party–that we all enjoy!!!
Kim was born in Tacoma and moved to Bellingham at three months of age where she lived on a farm, which helped develop her love for animals, especially horses. She enjoys trail riding, traveling, reading, camping and spending time with family. She is owned by a mini Aussie named Abbie and a paint gelding named Chip and lives in Sedro Woolley with her son Colton.
Danyelle was born and raised in Mount Vernon and at a very young age developed a love for animals. She completed the veterinary assistant program at Skagit Community College in 2020. She is owned by three pets, Makia the German Shepherd Dog, Riley the black Labrador Retriever, and Clover her orange domestic shorthair cat. She enjoys hiking, swimming, and traveling with her family.
Ariel was born in the medical field to two firefighter/EMT parents, which fueled her love for helping others. She completed the veterinary assistant program at Skagit in 2015 where she met her partner. Ariel is owned by the best pittie Gryfija, two lovely cats Jarvis and Chi, a chinchilla named Kino, and a whole zoo of chickens, rats, snakes, and spiders. She loves any animal that wants affection, and is more than happy to oblige. She loves heavy metal, Halloween, and crafting anything she can.