Michael Reynolds, DVM

aboutdoctorsDr. Reynolds received his doctorate in veterinary medicine from Oregon State University in 1999 and has been in large and small animal practice ever since. His areas of interest include surgery, equine dentistry and lameness.

Dr. Reynolds, his wife Tina, a Stayton native, and their three children have lived in the Stayton area since 2005. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, working on his small farm and the occasional game of pickup basketball.

Jeffrey Brubaker, DVM

aboutdoctors2Dr. Brubaker has been in both large and small animal practice in the area since receiving his doctorate in veterinary medicine from Oregon State University in 2004. His areas of interest include orthopedic surgery, pain management and small ruminant medicine and surgery.

Dr. Brubaker and his wife Jessica have lived in Stayton since 2006.In his spare time, he enjoys fishing, camping and working with his small herd of cows. Dr. Brubaker and his wife share their home with four cats and a Basset Hound.

James Welch, MS, DVM

Dr. Welch received his master of science from the University of Georgia in 1999 and his doctorate of veterinary medicine from Oregon State University in 2007. He has practiced medicine with small animals, exotics and non-human primates. His areas of interest include canine reproduction, as well as soft tissue and orthopedic surgery.

Dr. Welch, his wife Dorie, and their two children have lived in Oregon since 2000. He enjoys spending time with the kids on their small farm, training and hunting over his German wirehaired pointers, and caring for their many animals including dogs, cats, chickens, pigeons, and llamas.

Brittany Hale, DVM

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Dr. Hale received her doctorate in veterinary medicine from Oregon State University in 2015. Her areas of interest include internal medicine, and small ruminant medicine and production

Dr. Hale has lived in Oregon since 1995. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, working with cattle and goats on the family ranch, hiking, camping, and anything else in the outdoors.

Sara E. Livesay, DVM

Dr. Livesay (Liv-e-say) started working at Stayton Veterinary Hospital on January 9th and we know that you are going to love her as much as we do!!

Dr. Livesay has been practicing both large and small animal medicine since receiving her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oregon State University in 2013. She is also certified in veterinary acupuncture and uses it to treat a variety of conditions including pain management, neurologic dysfunction, inflammatory disorders and much more. We cannot tell you how excited we are to be able to offer this valuable specialty option to you. We have seen numerous cases where acupuncture has improved an animal’s overall quality of life and has extended a pet’s longevity.

She is a Corvallis native and grew up raising and caring for animals in 4H and in livestock judging. She has a passion for service and had traveled to many underserved areas to provide veterinary medical care, including Nicaragua, Morocco and Mexico. She loves all things outdoors and is ready to discover all the wonderful outdoor activities we have to do around here.