Dr. Anna Reading received her veterinary education from Cornell University. She was motivated to become a veterinarian after unexpectedly losing her dog, Zoe, in a train accident. Her goal is to make sure that her patients have their longest, best lives possible with their families. Dr. Reading is also a Certified Veterinary Medical Acupuncturist and is pursuing training to become a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner.
Dr. Reading’s professional interests include acupuncture, pain management, rehabilitation, dentistry, and oral surgery. Her professional goals include becoming board-certified in canine and feline medicine, and certified in veterinary pain management.
In her time outside of work, Dr. Reading is usually found relaxing with her husband and young daughter, dog Lucas, and cat Nigel. She loves science fiction, and she dabbles in suburban permaculture.
Dr. Malia Haddock has been a vital part of Cascade Park Animal Hospital for over 9 years. She is a local graduate of Battle Ground High School and completed her Bachelor’s degree in Zoology at Washington State University. She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of California Davis, College of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Haddock especially enjoys internal medicine, no matter how complicated, and also has a keen interest in geriatric medicine. She’s quick to tell you, “I have a special place in my heart for all things feline.”
She lives with her husband, Jake, 3 cats, Ricky Bobby, Kevin and Trevor, and a free range house rabbit named Chester, who rules the roost. She’s also the proud owner of both of our resident clinic cats, Little Man and Lily, whom you may occasionally see basking in the sun at the reception desk.
Dr. Jessie Barber attended veterinary school at The University of Minnesota and went through an intensive emergency and critical care internship at Wisconsin Veterinary Referral Center.
She started in the veterinary field as a kennel technician at the age of 15, and then became an RVT working at an emergency specialty clinic in Northern California prior to vet school. Dr. Barber has an interest in emergency, critical care, geriatric, and feline medicine. Professional goals include becoming certified in ultrasound and endoscopy.
At home, she spends her free time with her 4 dogs, 3 black cats, her tabby cat Phoebe who she foster-failed as a kennel technician, and “entertains” her tolerant husband with her dry humor. Hobbies include drinking coffee, reading mystery novels, playing video and board games, and anything else introverted.
Emily grew up all over the US. As a child, she brought home lots of strays and baby birds. As an adult, she has tended to everything from spiders and praying mantises, to foster kittens, and an occasional foster dog, opossum, or baby bird.
She got her foot in the door of veterinary medicine in San Francisco in 2000. She spent 15 years between two San Francisco clinics and the San Francisco SPCA before moving to the Pacific Northwest in 2016.
Emily lives with her boyfriend Troy, 2 Maine Coon cats, Tom and Lou, 21 chickens (all have names!) and an 11-year-old lab mix named Scout.
When she’s not working, or cleaning a litterbox, or keeping the dog out of the garbage, she likes fishing, thinking about more flight lessons, playing in the dirt with her chickens, vegetable gardening, naps, and taking pictures. You may also find her riding her motor cycle around town with Lou, her Maine Coon that loves to ride with her!
Veterinary Assistant/Kennel Attendant
Hayley is a vital part of our kennel and animal care team. She has always loved caring for animals, which explains how she ended up with so many of her own! Hayley shares her home with four cats (Pookah, Lily, Nugget and Milah), three dogs (Juno, Zeus, and Jackson), and three red-eared slider turtles (Kim, Khloe and Kourtney).
In her free time, Hayley enjoys being a chef, playing softball, hiking, camping and doing just about anything outdoors! She also fosters kittens.
Hayley’s future goal is to become an anesthesiologist.
Lead Veterinary Technician
Ashley is our lead technician and has worked at Cascade Park Animal Hospital for over 10 years. With her extensive experience, she is the “go to” person to answer any question or find a solution to any situation.
She has been happily married for 5 years and has 3 beautiful daughters – Grace, Adelynn and Annabelle. Her furry family includes a cat named Cooper and a dog named Dakota.
Ashley loves spending time with her family and enjoys fishing, camping, or any outdoor activity. She also spends her free time painting colorful flowers.
Lisa was born in Los Angeles, raised in Arizona and moved to the Pacific NW from San Diego. She lives with her husband Scott, two daughters, Hannah and Bailey, and one giant 80 lb. Labrador lap dog named Buddy.
Lisa received her veterinary technician training from Pima Medical Institute in California.
Lisa’s entire family enjoys hiking, adventures, the change in seasons and spending time together.
Trevor, aka “T-Swift,” is from Northern California, and really likes the Pacific Northwest since moving here with his wife- Jessie- and their four cats and four dogs: Crutch, Phoebe, Luna, Jack and Bud, Flynn, Chip and Cooper.
He is currently attending classes at Penn Foster to become a licensed veterinary technician. His special interest are in urgent care medicine and anesthesia.
In his spare time, Trevor enjoys watching the 49ers and Giants, working on renovations in the family’s fixer-upper home, singing, dancing, reading, and gardening.
Brittany was born and raised in Virginia, where she earned her veterinary technician license at Blue Ridge Community College before moving cross-country. While living in Virginia, she worked in rehabilitation for wildlife and exotic animals.
Brittany currently lives with her brother and two adorable chihuahuas, Bean and Luna.
Brittany is an avid car enthusiast and loves her white 370Z Nissan sports car. She also enjoys Comic-Con, video games and Star Trek.
Brittany is currently attending Clark College and is on her way to earning her (human) dental hygiene credentials. She loves doing dental cleanings on our patients here at CPAH!
Anna has always worked in veterinary medicine – at shelters, in emergency medicine, and at general practice clinics. Although she earned her veterinary technician license (and AS degree) from SJVC in California’s central valley, she fell in love with the role of receptionist even more. Anna enjoys talking to and educating people about their pets and as a receptionist, she gets the best of both worlds.
She has a guinea pig named Jax, a Bassett Hound pup named Lola and a pug named Frankie.
When not working at CPAH, Anna is competing at cake baking competitions across the US!
Licensed Technician, Rehabilitation Department
Monica attends to our patients in our rehabilitation department. She was born in Portland, and has lived and taught yoga all over the world in places like Bali, Ireland, Thailand and Hawaii.
Monica earned a degree in Environmental Sciences at U of O and was also a NCAA athlete in volleyball.
Monica has four dogs – Yodi, Avanzo, Lucius and Inna.
Veterinary Assistant, Rehabilitation Department
Denisse assists Monica in our rehabilitation department. She was born and raised in Woodland, Washington.
She has a young son named Thomas, a dog named Iris, and a cat named Snowflake.
Denisse is currently on her way to earning her degreein physical therapy from Clark College.
When she’s not attending classes or working in our rehabilitation department, Denisse runs marathons and loves to rock climb.
Ian is a native of Southern Arizona. He moved to the Pacific Northwest several years ago with his family. Ian joined Cascade Park Animal Hospital in 2018 and is a valuable addition to the team. He is patient, gentle, and is instrumental in keeping the surgical instruments sterile and well-maintained.
In his spare time, Ian enjoys working on his car, a Nissan Xterra.
Crystal earned her certification as a Veterinary Technician from Carrington College. She also brings several years of on-the-job experience to role at CPAH.
Crystal lives with her husband, their two children, Ayla and Cole, and their two pit bulls, Rosey and Rocky.
She loves to spend time with her family and do outdoor activities like camping and hiking.
Nix has worked over 10 years in the veterinary industry. She has worked in several practice settings, including general practice, emergency medicine, and veterinary specialty referral centers.
Born and raised in Boston, MA., Nix is our Jill of all trades! She’s into dog genetics and has extensive knowledge of dog breeds. She has also studied map making and geographic information systems at PCC.
Nix enjoys reading speculative fiction, hiking, and exploring the Pacific Northwest.