Dr. Bethany Holman BVScVeterinarian
Bethany grew up in Salem, OR before attending Oregon State University for her undergraduate degree. Originally planning to become a human doc she decided at the last minute (after successfully suffering through the MCAT prep & test) that her real passion was in animal health. She then moved to beautiful New Zealand with her husband to attend veterinary school at Massey University in Palmerston North. Since moving back she has worked at a low-cost veterinary clinic in Southern Oregon until 2013 when she moved to Prineville and opened Crooked Tails. In her spare time Bethany loves to get outside hiking, mountain biking, climbing, or anything else in the mountains. She has three cats and two dogs – two crazy border collies that love getting outside for a bike ride or run.
After living in the Willamette valley and Washington State, Tracy moved back to Central Oregon seven years ago where she lived as a teenager. She comes to Crooked Tails with over 20 years experience in the animal field. She worked in law enforcement for 15 years as an animal control officer in the valley before moving back to Central Oregon where she worked at an animal shelter for four years. She has always had a love for animals. She grew up with horses, dogs, cats, cows and other farm animals. She lives in Prineville with her husband on their small farm with a variety of animals including bees. She has two children, one in the Army and the other in college. She enjoys spending time outdoors and has traveled to Italy, Greece and St. Lucia. In her spare time she enjoys riding her horses, baking (which her co-workers enjoy) and a variety of crafts.