Dr. Bart Iaia is a 1992 graduate of Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. "I have always admired Veterinary Medicine. It truly is a profession that allows one to practice all aspects of medicine." His professional interests include dentistry, nutrition and animal behavior. Dr. Iaia also has interests in complimentary medicine and has completed courses in Lomilomi, an ancient Hawaiian healing art. This healing art can be applied to the veterinary field and many pets enjoy the touch, and relax quickly during the session. He is also certified in Veterinary Acupuncture from the Chi Institute of Reddick, Fl. Acupuncture is a 2000 year old art of healing that involves stimulating certain points within the body to promote healing. It is very effective in treating chronic conditions such as arthritis, IBD and skin disease. Dr. Bart enjoys spending time with his wife Denise, their daughters Brie and Gianna, and of course, the family pets; currently, two dogs, one cat, a few fish, and a guinea pig. Hobbies include gardening, eating (and occasionally cooking) and water skiing."
Dr. Kaitlyn Gregg moved to Seattle in May of 2017 from Oklahoma. She earned her Bachelor’s in Animal Science and her Veterinary Medical Degree at Oklahoma State University. Dr. Kaitlyn has special interests in surgery, physical rehabilitation, wound management, and is currently being trained in herbal therapy and acupuncture. Since the first grade Dr. Kaitlyn always wanted to be a veterinarian, and now she gets to live her dream by helping her patients and clients. She enjoys biking, painting, cooking, and exploring the state of Washington! She has two wonderful fur-kids, Abby, a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel, and Kaiser, a goofy German Shepherd.
Kendra Mack is a Californian native and moved to Boston after graduating high school to pursue higher education at Simmons College. After relocating to Washington on a whim, she started her veterinary career as a receptionist, quickly making her way up the ranks to Office Manager. Nearly a decade later, she found herself interested in energy work and animal communication and decided to pursue Reiki training and attunement. Now a Reiki Master, Kendra offers Reiki to our patients, as well as ensures our office and team is running smoothly. She a proud pet mom to her four cats (Nugget, Liz Potato, James, and Cho) and her pug, Holly. When not working, you can usually find her at the beach taking pictures of clouds and wandering the shores looking for treasures.
Tammy joined our team in 2008 and can't imagine working elsewhere. It is rewarding for her to see pets that are not doing well become happy and healthy with the help of our team. Tammy is married and the mother of 3 wonderful children, as well as three dogs, Stout, Hawk, and Kaya. She is also an avid Seahawks fan and you can always count her to be celebrating blue Friday.
Lica moved from Texas back in June of 2014 to Seattle. She was originally studying Computer Science at University of Washington but she realized that she could not sit behind a desk without helping animals. Since then, Lica has completed a Veterinary Assistant Program in June of 2017 at Renton Technical College. Lica has an affinity for large breed dogs, however, she enjoys seeing all of the animals that come through our doors. When away from work, Lica can be found playing video games or out in the woods. She has one fur-baby named Speedy, who is a Chihuahua/ Corgi mix.
Renton West Veterinary Hospital
607 SW Grady Way # 100
Renton, WA 98057
For general information, questions, appointment requests, call or email us at:
Clinic (425) 226-3360
Fax (425) 277-6616
Monday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Friday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday 8:30am - 4:00pm