Mon-Thur: 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Fri: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Sat & Sun: Closed

6630 NE 181st St.
Kenmore, WA 98028

Our Team


Dr. Julia Mulvaney joined Kenmore Veterinary Hospital in September of 2022 as Medical Director.

Dr. Mulvaney received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Portland, and her DVM degree from Oregon State University in 2012.  She has been practicing in the Seattle area since graduation.

Her medical interests include internal medicine, management of senior pets, behavior, dentistry, and pain management.  She loves getting to know pets and their families and helping them stay happy and healthy!

Dr. Mulvaney attended Colorado State University to become certified in acupuncture and enjoys being able to use this drug-free modality to manage diseases such as cranial cruciate rupture, hip dysplasia, and intervertebral disc disease.

Another passion for Dr. Mulvaney is Fear Free handling techniques, with a goal to reduce fear, anxiety, and stress at Kenmore Veterinary Hospital as much as possible.

When not at work, Dr. Mulvaney can be found spending time with her husband and two daughters, running with her terrier mix Boomer, snuggling with her two senior kitties Coco and TK, or in the kitchen baking.

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Dr. Alisha Corringham


Dr. Corringham was born in Toronto, Canada and completed her Bachelors of Science at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She moved to Wisconsin where she graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine in 2022. She practiced for two years in Florida, before moving west to Washington and joining Kenmore Veterinary Hospital in July of 2024.

Dr. Corringham has a special interest in Integrative veterinary medicine and is certified in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine small animal acupuncture through Chi University. She has seen success in treatment of intervertebral disk disease, arthritis, and gastrointestinal disease in both cats and dogs. In the future, she plans to become certified in other holistic areas including veterinary spinal manipulation therapy.

Dr. Corringham is passionate about decreasing stress for her patients, and is a Fear Free certified professional. Her other medical interests include ophthalmology, internal medicine, dermatology, and senior pet care. She has a special interest in feline medicine, and is sometimes known as Dr. C(at lady)!

Outside of work, Dr. Corringham loves to hike, and horseback ride. She shares her home with her husband Anthony, and her two lively cats Luna and Indi. She can’t wait to explore the great outdoors of the Seattle area.

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Jac Callaghan

Assistant Hospital Administrator/Lead Customer Service Representative

Jac joined the Kenmore Veterinary Hospital team in July of 2019.  Growing up on a ranch in Texas, working in the veterinary field seemed like a natural evolution.  Outside of work Jac and her partner share their lives with their Australian Shepherd Clark, and two Brittanys Gator and Delta. Jaclyn is a dog sport enthusiast, she loves training and competing with Clark in Scentwork, Agility and Conformation, and with Delta in Conformation.

Audrey Vierra

Veterinary Assistant

Audrey was born and raised in California’s bay area. She moved to Washington in the summer of 2020, where she entered the veterinary field later that year. She joined the Kenmore Veterinary Hospital team in November 2021. She has several years of animal handling experience with the FFA and later as a professional groomer. Her experience in FFA and theater has helped her to be a very outgoing, approachable, and friendly individual.
In the future, Audrey hopes to follow in the family footsteps and manage or own her own winery. Her hobbies include sewing, playing video games, and cuddling with her cat, Shark Bait. She and her dogs, Duckie and Robin, are avid dog park enthusiasts and spend much of their free time visiting parks they’ve never been to before.

Millie Dowden

Veterinary Assistant

Millie joined the Kenmore Veterinary Hospital team in January 2024. An interest in Veterinary Medicine runs in Millie’s family, as Millie’s mom is a Veterinary Technician, so it seemed natural to Millie to follow in her footsteps. In her Veterinary Assistant role, Millie has a special interest in learning all she can about radiology.

Outside of the clinic, Millie has two very handsome kitties named Towel and Mop. Millie has taught Towel to walk on a leash and takes him for outings as often as she can. Towel’s favorite place to go to is the beach!

Bee Hale

Lead Surgical Tech

Bee Hale came on in January 2024 as our Surgical Lead. Bee is receiving their vet tech degree from Penn Foster to become an LVT. They are also Fear Free Certified, have their Pet Nutrition Advisory Program Certificate, and are Rescuer certified in BLS and ALS through RECOVER.

Their medical interest revolves around cardiology, emergency medicine, and surgery. Fear Free is very important to Bee since they started their career working with shelter animals, primarily “live evidence” and other cruelty cases. Every animal deserves to be treated with compassion despite their fear and reactivity. Bee’s ultimate goal is to make every animal feel safe and handled with care. When not working, Bee spends their time with their two orange cats, Wombat and Gumbo, and their dogs, Clara and Ruckus. They enjoy taking in senior animals and adopting animals with behavioral needs.