Our Staff

Stacy Fitz Gerald, CVTstacy

I have been truly blessed in this life. I have a job that I love, a family I adore and amazing friends (both furry and otherwise). I started my career in veterinary medicine eight years ago working with Dr. Houston in Gresham. I became a Certified Veterinary Technician four years ago. I am so excited to once again be working with Dr. Houston and to be working with such an incredible team in the same place that I call home. I have lived in Damascus for five years with my wonderful husband Todd. Together we have started a beautiful family that consists of our 2-year-old son Parker and our newborn daughter Charleigh. Our 4-footed family completes the picture and is made up of our fearless Boston Terrier, Porter, and his security team, German Shepherd siblings Leo & Juno.

 

Brandi HarmierBrandi-Harmier

My name is Brandi and I have been a veterinary assistant since 2000, I took a break to care for my young children and returned in 2007. I love working here and taking care of your pets. I am happily married and have two boys which keep me quite busy. I am blessed to have such a wonderful life and enjoy the time I spend at the Village Vet. We have a wonderful team that feels more like a family.

 

Shauna GalliganShauna Galligan Village Vet

My name is Shauna Galligan. I have been a veterinary assistant at The Village Vet since June 2013. I’m currently going to school to complete my veterinary technician certification and look forward to this advanced position of veterinary medicine. I have two amazing cats, they are: Maui and Burlious.

 

 

Shan HillGrizzly-Bear

I may be the most blessed person ever. Take my job: I get to work with the most amazing team of caring pet professionals I have ever had the privilege of knowing. I get to work for the extraordinary Dr. Houston. I get to manage the business end of things, which is work I enjoy enough to do for free (please don’t tell Dr. Houston that). And every day is different, but full of puppies and cats and dogs and kittens and even the occasional turtle or hamster or something. I live in the beautiful state of Oregon. I have two of the best sons a father could ask for. Right next to my computer, the picture of the most lovely bride. What more could a man ask for?