DR. SAMANTHA WILSON
Dr. Samantha Wilson was raised in the Washington side of the Columbia Gorge with her parents and younger brother.
She graduated from Central Washington University with a Bachelor's of Science in Biology. She attended veterinary school on the gorgeous Caribbean island of Grenada and received her Veterinary Degree from St. Georges University in 2007.
Dr. Wilson joined the staff at Klamath Animal Clinic in 2007. She enjoys working with her small animal clients and her interests include internal medicine. She is a certified veterinary Acupuncturist in Klamath Falls and enjoys mixing in Eastern medicine to help her patients.
Dr. Wilson currently resides in Klamath Falls with her furry family.
During her off time, she enjoys outdoor activities and exploring the Klamath Basin with her dogs as well as curling up with a good book and her cats.
DR. LISA PLUMB
Dr. Lisa Plumb was raised here in Klamath Falls, where she graduated from KUHS. She attended OSU where she graduated with a Bachelors in Agriculture Education and a Minor in Animal Science. It was then on to veterinary school at OSU and WSU. After graduation, Dr. Plumb moved to north central Montana where she practiced large and small animal medicine and surgery for 20+ years.
In 2016 Dr. Plumb moved back to the Basin to join the KAC crew as an associate veterinarian. Along with a strong interest in Western internal medicine and surgery, Dr. Plumb is also certified in acupuncture and chiropractic for animals.
Free time for Dr. Plumb is spent on the golf course, any kind of water sports, quilting, and spending time with friends and family. Her animal menagerie includes one dog, four cats, and multiple freshwater aquariums.
DR. RICH LONG
Dr. Rich Long was born and raised in Colfax, Washington, a small farming town on the Eastern side of the state. While growing up, he worked on ranches in the area. His father was the veterinarian in Colfax, so it was natural that he spent a lot of time working with him and developed his interest in Veterinary medicine at a young age.
Upon graduation from High School, Dr. Long attended the University of Idaho and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Range and Animal Science. He then attended New Mexico State University and finished a Master's of Science in Animal Science before moving to Corvallis to enter Veterinary School at Oregon State University.
After graduating from OSU and a two year stint at the Animal Emergency Clinic in Lynwood, Washington, Dr. Long joined the staff as an Associate Veterinarian at Klamath Animal Clinic in December of 1989. He currently practices small and large animal medicine and surgery.
Dr. Long is also a Public Health Officer in the Oregon Air National Guard. He was deployed to Afghanistan in 2009 in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and continues to support the 173rd Fighter Wing at Kingsley Field.
Dr. Long and his wife Lori reside in Klamath Falls where they have four children and an extended family of dogs, cats and horses.