We See your pet promptly. With extended weekday afternoon and Saturday morning walk-in hours, we are never "too booked" to see your pet that day.
Dr. Brian Hunter is a graduate of the College of Veterinary Medicine at WSU after which he completed an additional year of training with an internship at the Santa Cruz Veterinary Hospital in Santa Cruz, CA. He has been the president of the Inland Empire Veterinary Medical Association since 1989, and was the "Pet Vet" for KXLY-TV 4's Wednesday.. noon news for 8 years. . Since 1991 he has provided voluntary veterinary care for the large cats at Cat Tales Endangered Species Conservation Park in Mead, WA. In his free time he enjoys fishing, golf, and time with his family.
Voted Best Vet in the Pacific Northwest Inlander newspaper in their annual poll.
Hunter Veterinary Clinic has been repeatedly voted "Best of Spokane" on KREM's website.
Dr. Mark Schrag is a graduate of WSU?s College of Veterinary Medicine. His areas of special interest include orthopedic / soft tissue surgery and exotic animal medicine. Birds have been a favorite area of focus, having treated diseases in and performed surgery on everything from parakeets to eagles. He also treats ferrets, hedgehogs, rabbits, reptiles and other small mammals and rodents. He and his wife routinely enjoy the outdoors with their two dogs (Brittanies). Two cats claim ownership as well. Dr. Schrag?s hobbies include photography, hiking, fishing, and music.
Dr. Serena Copley grew up on a farm in Harrison, ID and graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at WSU in 2008. After two years of mixed large and small animal practice in Otis Orchards, she is happy to be part of the Hunter Veterinary Clinic. She and her husband Tom have two children, and 4 dogs. They enjoy gardening and outdoor activities.