A Pacific Northwest native and true animal lover, Dr. Damm grew up in Oregon City, OR and received her DVM from Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She had pet rabbits and rats as a child, and describes herself as “being in love with basically every dog she sees” – especially sugar-faced seniors. In addition to geriatric care, Dr. Damm has a special interest in preventive medicine, veterinary rehabilitation and enjoys seeing pocket pets like hamsters, rats, gerbils, and rabbits.
Dr. Damm is committed to helping you strengthen the bond you have with your pet and believes in the Fear Free philosophy so that veterinary visits are as stress free for your pet as possible. Interacting with the families of her patients is one of her favorite parts of being a veterinarian.
When she’s not working, Dr. Damm is an avid hiker, backpacker and photographer who also enjoys kayaking, cooking, reading and spending time with family. She shares her home with her two golden retrievers River and Beau, who also accompany her on her outdoor adventures!