Our Doctors

Dr. Michael Pfeifer

Dr. Mike Pfeifer graduated from Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1983. After working for a busy east side practice for seven years, Dr. Mike opened Inglemoor Animal Hospital in 1991 as a small, solo practice which quickly grew thanks to the support of the Kenmore community. In his free time Dr. Pfeifer enjoys playing soccer and spending time in Chelan with his wife, Susan. He has two golden retrievers, Rooney and Beau, and two horses, Taylor and Sioux.

Dr. Cassy Chatterson

Dr. Cassy Chatterson graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. She finished her clinical year at the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation, Dr. Chatterson practiced emergency medicine at a busy practice in St. Louis. After a year of excitement, stress, and 12-hour shifts, she moved to Ohio and settled into small animal practice. She absolutely loves the interaction and bond she is able to form with the patients and the clients.​

Dr. Jessica Vammen

Dr. Jessica Vammen graduated from Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. In the past she has volunteered for projects at PAWS, Palouse Feral Cat Project, and Rural Area Veterinary Services. She has worked at Inglemoor Animal Hospital since 2007, where her interests include surgery, preventative medicine and client education. Outside of the hospital she enjoys travel, sports, cooking, working in her large organic garden and chasing her two children around. She has recently completed a marathon on every continent and is now working towards taking her children to all 60 national parks. At home she enjoys spending time with her family and animals which include two dogs, two cats and 11 chickens.

Dr. Kristin Kemper

Dr. Kristin Kemper graduated from Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. Following graduation, Dr. Kemper served as a general practitioner in the Pacific Northwest, and focuses not only on cats and dogs but rabbits and guinea pigs as well. She loves witnessing and supporting the bond shared between people and their pets, and emphasizing preventative care. Dr. Kemper’s interests include internal and integrative medicine and is now offering acupuncture, a wonderful tool for pain relief and a variety of other medical conditions. Dr. Kemper enjoys travelling with her family, is an avid reader of fiction and enjoys all the cuisines that the region has to offer. She shares her home with her husband Tyson, two sons Oliver and Finnian, her senior dog Zelda and two cats who rule the roost, Hex and Bell.  

Dr. Lane Martin

Dr. Martin joined Inglemoor Animal Hospital after graduating first in his class from Oregon State’s College of Veterinary Medicine in June 2011. He grew up on the Eastside, attending the University of Washington for his undergraduate studies and spent several years working as a microbiologist for Phoenix Central Laboratories in Everett prior to starting vet school. His interests include small animal internal medicine and clinical pathology. In his spare time, Dr. Martin enjoys hiking and fishing in the Cascades with his wife, Kim, and their two dogs, Satchmo and Lucy. He is also an avid football fan, particularly of his alma mater, The University of WA Huskies.

Dr. Sheri Belou

Dr. Sheri Belau earned her doctorate in veterinary medicine from the University of Minnesota, graduating in 1998. Her love of nature and the great outdoors brought her to the Pacific Northwest following graduation where she has practiced as a small animal clinician ever since. She joined Inglemoor Animal Hospital in November 2018 after practicing at another very busy eastside hospital for nearly 20 years.  She enjoys both medicine and surgery and strongly believes in lifelong learning and the human-animal bond. Outside of work, Sheri enjoys being active with her family, including mountain biking, hiking, skiing and paddle-boarding. Much loved family pets include “Harley,” the chocolate lab, “Lulu,” the papillon and a very fluffy cat named “Ned.”

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