Dr. Severin Knudsen
Dr. Knudsen was born and raised in Portland before heading to the East Coast for his higher education. After graduating from Veterinary School at Virginia Tech he moved to Boise, Idaho where he has practiced both large and small animal medicine for the last three years. Although he finds beef production to be one of the most rewarding parts of his job, he also will admit to a big soft spot for cats. Enterprise has always been a dream location for both Severin and his wife, Emily Knudsen. Severin and Emily are outdoor enthusiast and look forward to enjoying all the great hiking, climbing, fishing and hunting that Wallowa County has to offer. When not found at home curled up with his wife and three cats, you are most likely to find Severin hiking the hills looking for Chukar with his Brittany pup, Ranger.
Dr. Kala Grover
Dr. Grover grew up in cattle country in SE Oregon. From there she attended college at Washington State University for her undergraduate degree. She was very involved with World Vets and traveled extensively helping impoverished animal populations around the world. Dr. Grover received her didactic training at Ross University and her Clinical Training at Oregon State University. Her love of the outdoors, hunting, horseback riding, black powder competition, and the mountains drew her to Enterprise, Oregon. She has a special interest in equine medicine, specifically sports medicine and reproduction. She also enjoys surgery and working with unique species such as camels and bison. When not at work, Dr. Grover enjoys spending time with her husband, her son, and her horses.
Dr. Chrissie Younggren
Dr. Younggren grew up in Eastern Oregon and knew from a young age that she wanted to be a veterinarian. She attended the College of Idaho for her undergraduate on a swimming scholarship and earned her veterinary degree from Ross University. Dr. Younggren completed her clinical year at Oregon State University and was practicing in Baker City before joining Enterprise Animal Hospital. She loves most outdoor activities, but especially backpacking, rafting, and running.
Cheri Miller has worked in the veterinary field for more than 20 years. She is an incredible patient advocate, with exceptional animal nursing and handling skills. Cheri maintains her own menagerie of horses, sheep, rabbits, chickens, dogs and cats, and still has energy to be very active in the 4-H clubs of Wallowa County as well as other educational opportunities for young people.
Brenda Johnson has had a lifelong passion for animals. She’s owned and loved a menagerie of pets throughout her life including horses, dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, and even some exotics. While she is passionate about all animals, her passion is for horses. She has been riding since the age of three and has been a practicing farrier since 2016.