Meet Our Team
Learn more about the dedicated individuals at Wickiup Animal Hospital that take care of your pets as if they were their own.
Dr.Lindsey BohardDVM, cVMAVeterinarian, Fear Free Certified Professional
A native Pacific Northwesterner, Dr. Lindsey Bohard was born and raised in Albany, OR. Her lifelong love of animals and science inspired her to pursue veterinary medicine, with a particular passion for horses. She attended Eastern Oregon University where she received her Bachelors in Molecular Biology, while playing volleyball. Dr. Bohard received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oregon State University. Go Beavers! She is also certified in Veterinary Medical Acupuncture for both large and small animals. When she’s not helping animals in need, Dr. Bohard loves to read, play the piano, stay active in sports, watch the Seahawks, and spend time with her family. She has a fluffy cat named Miss Priss, a naughty pony named Porter, and a sweet little lab mix named Honey.
LoriLead Veterinary Assistant
Before coming to Wickiup, Lori worked as an Animal Control Officer in San Diego for 15 years. After moving to La Pine to be closer to her parents, Lori continued her passion working with animals transitioning into the veterinary field. She is currently attending school to become a Certified Veterinary Technician. In her spare time Lori enjoys being outdoors, crafting, and spending time with her fur babies. Lori has two cats as well as Molly the Pit Bull and Daisy Mae the French Bulldog.
DarlaLead Client Services Representative
Darla is originally from Southern California but her father moved the family to Oregon when she was a little girl and it's been home ever since. She loves traveling and exploring with her husband, riding her quad, hunting for vintage items to repurpose into treasures, and interior decorating. She doesn't currently have any fur babies but is looking for the purrfect family member to adopt.
TaylorVeterinary Assistant/Client Services Representative
Taylor grew up in the small town of Dallas, OR playing sports and riding horses. She knew early on she wanted to work with animals. To pursue that passion, Taylor volunteered at the Willamette Valley Humane Society Spay and Neuter Clinic, furthering her knowledge and love for veterinary medicine. We are so fortunate Taylor decided to move to La Pine to make caring for animals her full-time career as a veterinary assistant. She has two blue heelers named Rebel and Kai, two sassy cats named Lane Frost and Tuff. When she's not at work you might catch her at the sand dunes!