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Lindsay has been living on the Palouse for over 10 years. Originally coming to the area to attend school at WSU, she has since met and married her husband, John. John and Lindsay dote on their Lakeland Terrier, "Olive", a frequenter of the Alpine lobby. Lindsay’s hobbies outside of work include competing in dog events such as agility, obedience, and conformation, enjoying time with friends on and off the river, and spending time at home with her family. Lindsay joined the Alpine team in 2009, and has multiple job descriptions. At times, she can be found up front at reception, behind the scenes grooming your pets, or running Alpine’s puppy socialization and dog training classes.                            
Lindsay with "Olive", "Karley", and "Trueman"

Trish came to the Palouse in the summer of 2015 after spending many years in Alaska where her husband Brian was stationed with the U.S. Coast Guard. He has since retired and they have decided to retire in Moscow, Idaho where her husband and the oldest of her two daughters both attend the U of I. Animals have always played a huge role in Trish's life and she is dedicated to their care and well-being. She enjoys playing with her 6 grandchildren, movies, gardening, hiking and most of all, playing with her big dog, “Sinbad”, and her Corgi mix, “Bradley Cooper”.
Trish with "Sinbad"

Forrest is new to the Palouse area and a new member of Alpine’s Receptionist team. Prior to relocating from California, he worked for several years as a Hospital PBX Operator and before that, worked 10 years with the Sheriff’s Dept. (Jail Division) as a Correctional Officer. He served 12 years in the Armed Forces in both the Air Force and Naval Reserves. His mother owned a dog grooming business when he was young, and he spent some time helping to wash and brush out dogs to help the family business. Forrest found a pet and a best friend when he adopted a surrendered kitten from Alpine Animal Hospital. He promptly re-named her “Caty-Wampus” due to the way she can get sideways while playing. “Caty”, or “Cat”, as she is sometimes called, is a gray and white Persian kitten with a smooshed face that is hard for the staff to resist when she comes to work for the day. Forrest’s hobbies are many, but to list a few, he enjoys writing poetry about animals (particularly about the Sasquatch) and making small wire bug sculptures for friends. He likes to sport a baseball hat and sometimes will wear monster socks on his days off.

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Alpine Animal Hospital
4853 SR 270
Pullman, WA 99163
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