Dr. Christine Crawford
Washington State University 1997
Dr. Crawford has been providing quality veterinary care in Salem since she graduated from Washington State University in 1997. She has a special interest in internal medicine and ultrasound.
Dr. Crawford was raised in a small town in Nebraska and has always wanted to be a veterinarian. She continuously surrounded herself with animals; either spending time on her uncle’s dairy farm, collecting stray animals or riding her pony as a child. She loves caring for her clients’ pets and has experience with internal medicine, surgery, dentistry and ultrasound. When not at work, Dr. Crawford enjoys spending time hiking, camping and mushroom hunting.
Dr. Crawford owns one cat, a rescue named Brooklyn and two golden retrievers named Bo and Lexie.
Dr. Kristin Woodard was born and raised in Oregon. She graduated from the University of Oregon in 2011 with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Pre-Veterinarian Medicine. She continued to pursue her deep desire to become a veterinarian, receiving her doctorate from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2016.
Dr. Woodard enjoys general surgery, but has a special interest in emergency medicine, pocket pets and birds. Dr. Woodard grew up working in the family business Feathered Kids, an exotic bird store Salem, OR. There wasn’t a day that Dr. Woodard did not know she wanted to be a Vet. Growing up she had a vast array of rescue animals, too many to list, but included horses, dogs, cats, birds, pigs, chinchillas and llamas. In high school, she was involved in Future Farmers of America (FFA) which, furthered her love for and desire to provide the best care to animals. She has always been a community advocate and volunteered for animal care, rescue and shelter medicine. Dr. Woodard’s current rescues are an African grey named CJ, and a dog named Carson, rescued from the island of St. Kitts. When not working
Dr. Woodard enjoys horseback riding, indoor rock climbing and spending time with family and friends, both two and four legged.