Dr. Amanda Smith
Dr. Smith grew up in Port Orchard, Washington and attended veterinary school at Oklahoma State University. Immediately following graduation in 2010, Dr. Smith proudly served as a veterinarian in the United States Army for three years before returning home to Port Orchard.
Dr. Smith’s professional interests are varied. She has practiced in emergency/critical care, oncology-specific care and general practice. During her time in oncology care, she developed an interest in herbal medicine and is currently pursuing certification in this area.
In her free time, Dr. Smith enjoys baking, jigsaw puzzles and home renovation projects. She is married to her high school sweetheart Adam and they have 5 children.
They share their home with two dogs (Sherman and Molly), four cats (Grace, Milton, Newton and Eleanor), and a bunny (Charlie).
Dr. Tomoko Kiyonaga
Dr. Kiyonaga (Dr. TK) was a Certified Veterinary Technician prior to becoming a veterinarian. She obtained her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University in 2011.
After graduating from veterinary school, she completed a one year small animal internship at Seattle Veterinary Specialists in Kirkland, Washington with a goal to become a well-rounded general practitioner. Following her internship, Dr. TK worked at Bethel Animal Hospital, Cedar Creek Animal Clinic and most recently at Harbor Animal Hospital. Dr. TK has a special interest in small animal acupuncture and became a certified acupuncturist in 2016.
Dr. TK tries to visit her family in Japan as much as possible. In her spare time, she likes to go on nature walks with her Golden Retriever, Stanley. She also likes to try out new recipes, watch movies, read (in Japanese) and work on various art projects.
In addition to Stanley, Dr. TK has two 18 year old cats (Kiba & Maka) and an 8 year old cat, Dean.