Everett Veterinarians

Everett VeterinariansKaren Morris, DVM, co-owner

Dr. Karen Morris joined the Veterinary Medical Center team in July 1994. She completed her undergraduate work at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, graduating cum laude in 1986. She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and her professional interests include internal medicine and soft tissue surgery.

Growing up in Indiana, PA, Dr. Morris was interested in the well-being of animals from an early age. "I would 'bandage' our Siamese cat," she says. "When he got older I was the only one who was able to give him his medicine." She later became interested in horseback riding, an activity she still participates in today.

Dr. Morris has two dogs, two cats, and five horses. She is a member of the United States Equestrian Federation and the Arabian Horse Association, and regularly participates in shows with her Arabian horses. She is also a member of the Friends Cove United Church of Christ and is serving her second term on the church council. In her free time she enjoys boating and fishing with her boyfriend and his daughter.

Everett VeterinariansBruce Mueller, DVM, co-owner

Dr. Bruce Mueller attended California University of Pennsylvania, earning a BS degree in Elementary Education in 1981. After teaching fifth grade for seven years, he decided to make a career change. "My wife Andi encouraged me to go back to school and pursue a career in veterinary medicine," he says. "She believed in my abilities and without hesitation was willing to place her career on hold and go wherever we needed so I could attend veterinary school." This turned out to be the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Mueller joined the Veterinary Medical Center in 1994. His interests are focused in canine and bovine reproduction, orthopedic surgery and general veterinary medicine. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association, and the Society for Theriogenology.

Dr. Mueller's wife Andi is a business/office manager for three oral surgery offices. They have two children, Ryan and Erin. In his free time Dr. Mueller enjoys training, field trialing, and hunting his English setters, Jigs and Mia. He also enjoys fresh and salt water fishing.

Everett VeterinariansLindsay Turnbull, DVM, co-owner

Dr. Lindsay Turnbull joined our veterinary practice in June 2009. She completed her undergraduate work at Juniata College, earning a degree in biology. She then attended the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating valedictorian in 2009. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Regarding her position as a veterinarian, Dr. Turnbull says: "It's extremely fulfilling to see an animal that's been very sick get better and go home with their family, and then get to see that pet come back for wellness checks for years to come."

At home Dr. Turnbull has two children, as well as a dog, two cats and a horse. She attends the Bedford Assemblies of God Church. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family.

Everett VeterinariansNathan Carr, BVMS

Dr. Carr is an associate veterinarian at Veterinary Medical Center, first joining the team in February 2016. He attended the University of Scranton and received an undergraduate degree in biology in 2010. He then attended the University of Glasgow, graduating with a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery in 2015.

His professional veterinary interests include production animal medicine and general veterinary medicine. He is a member of the American Veterinarian Medical Association and the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.

Dr. Carr enjoys the variety in the day-to-day of being a veterinarian. "No day will be the same, yet every day there is an opportunity to make a difference," he says.

He grew up in Plains, Penn., always knowing he wanted to work with animals. He was an intern at Big Cat Rescue in Tampa, Fla., a veterinary technician at Plains Animal Hospital, and held an extern dairy placement at UC Davis Veterinary Teaching and Research Center.

When he's not working, Dr. Carr enjoys fishing, sports, fitness and traveling.

Everett VeterinariansAmber Davidhizar, DVM

Amber started as a Veterinarian at Veterinary Medical Center in June of 2017. She grew up in Altoona, PA, and has known from a young age that she was meant to be a vet. Amber graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2013 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology and minors in Chemistry and Spanish. She continued her veterinary studies at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating in 2017. While earning her degrees, Amber worked at several animal hospitals that cared for from small animals, to large and even dairy.

Amber specializes in dairy production medicine, along with canine and feline general medicine. As a food animal vet, she finds the direct contribution to the health and safety of our food supply greatly satisfying. Amber enjoys working as a small animal practitioner and developing relationships with people and their animals. This interaction allows her the opportunity to show clients how much she genuinely cares for their pets.

In her spare time, Amber enjoys spending time with her husband Curtis and friends. She loves playing basketball, hiking with her beagle mix Daisy, and going to the gym. Amber also has two cats, Snowball and Dweezel.

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