Tammy L. (White) Renteria, DVM, AVDC
Dr. White graduated from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996.
She became a Diplomate of the American Veterinary Dental College in 2009.
Pacific Northwest Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery was started in 2009 to offer advanced veterinary dentistry for dogs and cats, teaching, and consulting services.
Dr. White is part of the Adjunct Faculty at Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Canine and feline advanced veterinary dental services are offered at the following locations: Longview and Spokane
Senior veterinary students will be rotating through her practice in Spokane, WA enabling them to learn more about small animal veterinary dentistry.
Dr. Alice Sievers
Dr. Sievers is a Diplomate of the American Veterinary Dental college. She was born on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington and was raised in Oregon. She received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Oregon State University in 2000 through the Oregon-Washington Co-operative training program, so Washington State University was kind enough to grant her a Diploma as well. Dr. Sievers worked in private practice after graduation and has been a practice owner. She began her formal study of advanced dentistry and oral surgery in 2009, limiting her scope of practice to dentistry and oral surgery in 2013.
Dr. Sievers enjoys teaching and has presented at continuing education events both locally and overseas. She is an instructor of locally provided continuing education courses here in the Pacific Northwest. She is a visiting clinical instructor at Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Since 2013, she has taught an intensive laboratory course that is offered multiple times every year for senior veterinary students at OSU CVM.
She lives in SW Washington with her husband, children, and pets. She enjoys kayaking and outdoor exploration, as well as more sedate activities like knitting or a good book.
Julie has been part of the Northwest Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery team since 2012 and has Proudly worked in the Veterinary Dentistry Speciality field for 10 years.
Julie is happily married to her husband Frank for 30 years. Her kids are four pawed and consists of her westies Poppy and Titus.
Julie’s joys in life are her dogs, family and traveling.
Ashlyn Henson was born and raised in the pacific northwest. She received her veterinary assisting certificate in 2013 and is currently enrolled at Penn Foster College working on her veterinary technician degree. In her years of working in a clinical setting, she has experienced everything from a hedgehog to a horse, but her favorite has always been the cat. She has been working at Pacific Northwest Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery for a year and has enjoyed every moment of it. On her off time, she enjoys spending time with her family and pets.
Mimi has been a member of the team since 2009 and has worked in the veterinary field since 1996. Mimi is a knowledgeable, dedicated assistant veterinary dental assistant and is currently scheduling appointments for the Longview and Spokane locations. Mimi and her husband have 3 beautiful daughters, 2 dogs and 1 cat named Ninja. Mimi was born and raised in Longview, Washington and is pleased to raise her family here. When Mimi’s not at work she enjoys playing with her children and pets, camping, riding 4-wheelers, going for long walks in the woods, and spending time with her family and friends.
Assistant Longview Location
My journey helping animals spans over 30 years. For the past two and half years that passion has expanded to include veterinary dentistry and oral surgery. I love getting to know my patients, earn their trust, and build relationships with their human family members.
In my free time you’ll find me in the great outdoors, exploring new waterways on my paddleboard, hiking trails, camping, fly fishing, and enjoying everything that the pacific northwest has to offer. When I’m not out on my adventures, I love to spend time at home with my loving husband and amazing daughter.
My four-legged family members include Sandy (spoiled chihuahua), Furgus (my chubby cat) and my adventurous corgi named Bear!
Shelly is a licensed technician and joined Pacific Northwest Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery in 2017. She also currently works with the Animal Eye Clinic. She had previously worked in a full-service general practice in Nebraska. She has an A.A.S. in Veterinary Technology from Vatterott College.
Rebecca Clayton is a licensed technician since 2007 after graduating school at Pierce College, with a passion for dentistry and anesthesia. Rebecca and her husband enjoy camping, hiking, fishing, and offroading. She has two dogs and two cats all of whom are the loves of her life. When she isn’t playing in the great outdoors Rebecca enjoys reading fantasy books by the fire with a nice cup of tea and has been known to knit a hat or two. Rebecca is working hard to become specialized in dentistry in 2020.