You share more than you realize with your dog, including bacteria. Exposure to germs in your dog's mouth can increase your risk of developing capnocytophaga, a serious blood infection.View Article
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Dr. Currier was raised in central Oregon and has been involved in agriculture and animal husbandry his whole life. He graduated from Oregon State University with a BS in Animal Science and a minor in Business in 2000. Then he went on and received a MS with Oregon State University Agriculture Research Center in Burns, Oregon and completed his course work in Corvallis, OR in Ruminant Nutrition and a minor in Biochemistry graduating in 2003. He then decided to continue with his education attending Oregon State and Washington State College of Veterinary Medicine receiving his DVM in 2006. He has been practicing mixed animal medicine since.
Besides working with pets and livestock, he enjoyes camping, fishing, riding horses, and just sitting around the campfire with friends and family.
Jennifer has been with Ambrose clinic since 2018. She is pursuing a AAS degree in Veterinary Technology and really enjoys the field of work! She owns a year old black lab named Tuco who she enjoys waterfowl hunting with. Other activities she enjoys outside work are archery hunting, hiking, and fishing.
Ashley is born and raised in Stevensville, Mt. I graduated from Stevensville High School. I’m married and have three girls. My two girls are in 4-H they raise steers and have a little cow herd of their own. I love to hunt, fish, ride my four wheeler and spend time with my family.