The Latah Creek
The team at Latah Creek Animal Hospital is fear-free certified, as well as our clinic. This means that we have additional training to help your pet have a low-stress visit. This also means that we have changed our hospital environment in positive ways to make your pet feel calmer and more relaxed.
Dr. Megan E. Bauer, DVM
Veterinarian / Owner
Dr. Megan graduated in 2015 and started working as a veterinarian here at Latah Creek Animal Hospital, then bought the practice from her dad in 2017. Dr. Megan is passionate about animal behavior and internal medicine and also has a special interest in feline medicine.
Dr. Megan has two dogs: a Miniature Poodle named Remy Pierre and a Poodle/Chihuahua mix named Oliver Elvis. Oliver is a Pawsitive Dog Prison Program graduate! She also has two cats, Momo and Chandler, who think they are the bosses of the house!
In her free time, Dr. Megan enjoys training and competing with her dogs. Remy has been doing agility since he was a puppy and has many titles to show for it! Oliver recently started doing nose work and is really enjoying it so far.
Hospital Manager/ Owner
Jessica entered the veterinary field in 2003 as an assistant and receptionist, then grew into the hospital manager role. Her career as a hospital manager began in 2010. She completed her bachelor’s degree in HR management at EWU, then pursued her certification in veterinary hospital management. Completing her certified veterinary practice managers certification (CVPM) in 2016.
Jessica is very passionate about the veterinary field. She enjoys meeting clients and patients. And she loves being a part of keeping your four-legged family members healthy. She also loves that she gets to help team members grow and be successful while also helping the hospital grow.
Jessica shares her home with her husband, three kids, a Great Dane named Liberty, a Golden Retriever named Dash, and two kitties, Gus and Rocco Wilson. In her spare time, she enjoys playing soccer with and against her husband. But most of her time is spent carpooling kids from one sporting event to another.
Tammy’s favorite part about working in the veterinary field is creating bonds with clients and their 4-legged family members. She also enjoys sharing her knowledge and education with the clients. Her passion is dentistry, and she believes that you get happy pets and happy clients after a dental cleaning.
Tammy has been Fear Free certified since January 2017 and is an advocate for the patients’ wellbeing. She loves seeing the patients happy to come in the front door and leave wagging their tail or purring!
Tammy’s family consists of her husband of 40 years, Jeff, their cat, and honeybees. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, cycling, beekeeping, and watching movies, and reading.
Elizabeth was born and raised in Wyoming and moved to the beautiful state of Washington in 2010. She now lives outside of Cheney with her husband on a working cattle ranch. They have a 4 year old heeler named Tank, 3 cats, 2 horses, a foal expected in the summer, chickens, and plan to add a border collie to their home this spring. In her free time, Elizabeth can be found working on the family ranch, camping, horseback riding, and snowboarding.
She looks forward to meeting you and your fur family.
Abby’s favorite part of working in the veterinary field is building a bond with both the patient and their owners that lasts a lifetime. The best part of working in a fear free clinic for Abby is that she gets to work with patients to have a calm and enjoyable visit with us every time that they come into the clinic. We want them to enjoy coming to see us as much as we enjoy seeing them.
Abby’s family consists of her boyfriend, Andy, and their 2 pets; a 9-year-old beagle mix, Chamomile, and a 1-year-old domestic longhair cat, Hoot. In their spare time, they enjoy hiking, volleyball, fishing, and snowboarding.
Aliza’s favorite part about working in the veterinary field is being able to meet the clients and their furry friends when they come in for checkups. Being able to help the clients with their pet’s needs and making sure they have a healthy lifestyle.
Aliza loves being fear-free certified because it allows her the opportunity to look over the well-being of not only the animal as a whole but help clients get a better understanding of making their pets feel comfortable visiting the clinic safely.
Aliza was raised in Springfield, OR by her mother and grandmother. These are 2 of the most important people that helped raise Aliza to be the person she is today. Her significant other and her share a dog named Uko, who is a 3-year-old German Shephard. Outside of work, Aliza enjoys getting in lots of naps and spending time with family and friends. She loves traveling and seeing new places.
Aliesa’s favorite part about working in the veterinary field is that she gets to build relationships with both the pets and clients. She is also fear free certified and is excited to utilize the skills that she has learned. She likes the gentle, compassionate approach that fear free allows her to take with all the animals that come to the clinic.
Aliesa’s family consists of her husband Paul and the dogs, Louie, a brazilian mastiff, Xander, a bluetick coonhound, and Winston, a german shorthair pointer. When she is not at work, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and dogs hiking, biking, swimming, running, and camping. She also enjoys triathlons.
Bradyn is very passionate about working in the veterinary field. Her favorite part is meeting and building relationships with the clients and their pets. She is also very eager to continue her learning in the field. She has enjoyed becoming fear free certified and learning to better work with patients with high stress and anxiety.
Bradyn’s family includes her fiancé Tyler and their 2 dogs Sampson, a german shepherd, and Rajah, an australian shepherd. In her free time she enjoys anything outdoors, hiking, fishing, snowboarding, and camping. She is also an exceptional drawer and loves to paint.
Kayla’s favorite part of working in the veterinary field is building relationships with clients and their furry family members. She also loves educating and making sure clients can live the best life with their animals. Of course kitten and puppy snuggles don’t hurt. Kayla is also Fear Free Elite Certified and loves to make the vet experience less scary for the animals and less stress on the owners. Creating a positive experience makes such a huge difference and its amazing to be apart of that.
Kayla’s family consists of her 2 beautiful and amazing German Shepherds named Mar-Vell and Noh-Varr. She also has 2 loving and full of attitude cats, Danvers and Andromeda. Outside of work, Kayla spends all of her time with her animals. She loves taking her dogs hiking, camping, backpacking, and paddleboarding. She is a huge Marvel enthusiast and loves to read the comics or binge the movies. Her hobby is dog training and training something new each week for her dogs.
Client Care Representative / Veterinary Assistant
Kady loves meeting new people and interacting with all of the patients. She has a love of learning new things also.
Kady’s household includes her mom and her fiancé. She also has three dogs, Koby, a 12-year-old Queensland heeler; BeeGee, an 8-year-old corgi/heeler mix; and Karma, a 5-year-old German shepherd. In her spare time, she loves to hike and kayak. She also enjoys binge-watching Ghost Adventures.
Lead Client Care Representative
Kenzie’s favorite part about working in the veterinary field is welcoming all of the new puppies and kittens and watching them grow and earning their trust. She really enjoys the fear free aspect of it because going through the certification has given her the skills to provide owners and their pets with a good experience.Kenize understands how stressful it can be to bring in a pet that is anxious and stressed.
Kenzie’s family consists of her parents and 1 brother. They have a family dog named Theo and 2 cats named Jax and Lucy. Kenzie has a 3 year old border collie named Waylon. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, bonfires, fishing, and teaching Waylon new tricks. She likes to spend time at her Grandma’s in St. Maries having fun floating the river, shooting, huckleberry picking and putting in some work splitting, stacking, and hauling wood. We always say ‘you can’t go to Grammy ‘s without doing some work!’
Client Care Representative
Josh is looking forward to serving our patients and clients as he truly loves all animals of all shapes, sizes, and breeds. We just introduced him to fear-free and he is very excited to get his certification and start utilizing low-stress techniques.
Josh is married to his amazing wife Kimberly and they have their fur baby Kaine who they love dearly. In his spare time, they enjoy camping, hiking, rock climbing, snowboarding, writing novels, sketching, and making music.