Meg Quinn, DVM
Dr. Quinn grew up in Spokane and graduated with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Washington State University in 1988. Once she graduated she found her home here in the beautiful high desert. It was after a particularly good day of Powder Skiing at Mt. Bachelor that she knew....This is the place! She is the 6th of 7 children in a family with her father and brother being doctors of the human species. Dr. Quinn enjoys skiing, hiking, horseback riding, windsurfing and most sports! She enjoys spending time with her son, Nick Hjelm, their fun-loving dog, Ruby, and their kitties, Olive, Darby and Kjell.
Diana Dunn, CVT
Diana joined Bush Animal Clinic in 2014 and we are thrilled to have her here. Diana has been a Licensed Veterinary Technician since 1988. Having grown up in Redmond, she started working in the Veterinary world back in 1978 as a high school student. Diana has a wealth of knowledge regarding all aspects of Veterinary Medicine. She also enjoys the hands on work and is an excellent cat tamer and puppy spoiler. When she's not working here, she is usually watching or listening to a sporting event, especially if it involves the Trailblazers or the San Francisco 49ers.
Teri Bombino, Receptionist
Teri has been a Veterinary Receptionist for the past 9 years. She has been here at Bush Animal Clinic for the last 5 years. Teri spent most of her early years in Tahoe. She graduated from North Tahoe High School and is the second oldest of 9 children. She loves spending time with her husband, Rick, her kids, grandchildren and their German Shepherd, Eleanor. Teri enjoys kayaking, hiking, gardening and spending time with family.
Sierra Jensen, Veterinary Assistant
Sierra started working at Bush Animal Clinic in May 2016. She has been a wonderful addition to the staff. Sierra will be attending the Veterinary Technician program at COCC. When she’s not at work, she is enjoying a wide variety of outdoor activities with her dogs Sitka and Keela.
Kelley Boulet, Veterinary Assistant
Kelley began working at Bush Animal Clinic in September 2016 after graduating from Oregon State University. She was born and raised in Corvallis where she attended OSU for three years as a Pre-Veterinary student and worked at Pioneer Veterinary Clinic. After moving to Bend, in early 2013, she changed career paths and received her degree in Human Development and Family Sciences with a minor in Animal Science. After graduating, she realized that animals are her passion and now hopes to attend Veterinary School down the road. Kelley loves hanging out with her husband, Jonathon, and their two dogs, Potchya and Kuzco. They do anything from intense backpacking trips to Lord of the Rings movie marathons.