Barclay Hills Animal Clinic

865 Molalla Ave
Oregon City, OR 97045

(503)656-0673

www.barclayhillsvets.com

Dr. Doug Ferro graduated from Washington State University prior to purchasing Barclay Hills Animal Clinic in 1984. Practicing small animal medicine, he has a special interest in reproductive medicine and performs AI and C-sections routinely. He enjoys traveling, bird watching and the outdoors. His favorite breed of dog is the Golden Retriever but has French Bulldogs as well.

Dr. Anjeanette T. Garland graduated from Oregon State University in 2003 where as a senior veterinary student she helped found the Draft Horse Club. She started working at Barclay Hills Animal Clinic in 2005 and enjoys the variety of animals and cases she sees.  She is married with a beautiful daughter born in 2009.  She lives on a small hobby farm with several horses, dogs, cats, chickens and a large garden. Besides veterinary medicine she is interested in entomology, archeology, science fiction, trail riding, camping and other outdoor activities.

 

Dr. Sapp grew up in St. Louis and attended college at the University of Colorado-Boulder graduating in 1998 with a degree in biology. She then moved to Corvallis, Oregon and began her life's dream of working in a veterinary clinic. She started as a kennel attendant but quickly advanced to become their head technician for 8 years. During that time, she was accepted to Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2008. In 2010, she completed a 150 hour course at the Colorado State University Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians. Dr. Sapp moved to the Portland  metro area in the Fall of 2015. She and her husband have 2 girls, Avery and Madeline, and an array of cats, dogs, horses and chickens. In her spare time, Dr. Sapp enjoys spending time with her family, trail riding, camping, and cooking.

Dr. Libbi Peltz graduated from OSU practicing equine medicine out of college and transitioned into small animal practice in 2010, joining Barclay Hills Animal Clinic in 2015. Preventive medicine, puppy care and education and treating canine athletes are her veterinary passions. She actively trains and competes in equine hunter/jumper and with Australian Shepherds in agility.

Dr. Margaret Bowyer graduated from Oregon State University in 2003 and worked in McMinnville & Newberg before practicing closer to home.  Her favorite thing about veterinary medicine is the animals and people she gets to know.  Two kids, two dogs, two cats, and one husband keep her busy at home.  She is involved in Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and several church activities.  When not working, she can often be found in the garden, at the sewing machine, reading a book with a cat in her lap, camping, or fishing.