Dr. Stacy Chartrand

Associate Veterinarian, Kirkland

Education: Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

 I believe in the human animal bond.
By providing quality pet care, compassion and education to pet owners
By providing individual care and my 100% attention to their needs, paying attention to details and follow through to ensure value and quality care” – Dr. Stacy Chartrand

Dr Chartrand has been with us at Eastside Veterinary Associates since 2012 and comes to us originally from Canada.  Dr.Stacy graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001 and has worked in emergency and general practice throughout Canada and in the US.

Dr. Stacy’s interests include small animal medicine, surgery and emergency work has been expanding into small animal dentistry where she has continued to update her knowledge and skills eagerly.  Stacy carries a great deal of compassion and concern for her patients and works very hard to be thorough in her assessments to figure out what her patients can’t tell her with words.   Outside of work at Eastside Veterinary Associates, Dr Stacy has made her self available for palliative home care and home euthanasia services for those who need that extra help.

Now permanently located to the Pacific Northwest, with her young son, Evan, they enjoy exploring the Pacific Northwest, camping, swimming, the Mariners, Sounders and Seahawks of course and experiencing the beauty around the area.  Stacy recently took up hot yoga, and has found great personal benefits in taking on this new challenge.

Stacy and Evan share their home with their fur friends Tuque a 17 yr old cat who has no ears or tail due to his frostbite as a stray kitten in the cruel Canadian winters in Saskatoon. Also at home is Gus, a Jack Russel-Dachshund  cross who came into her life as a 4 week old pup with a jaw fracture. Gus, is now 14 yrs old.   The newest addition Leo – a kitten from a pregnant foster cat from Meow Cat Rescue.