Dr.Bevin MarzulloAssociate Veterinarian
Growing up, Dr. Marzullo was very interested in the science and conservation around wildlife and wildlife medicine. She pursued her bachelor’s degree from UC Davis in Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology. After graduating she volunteered with wildlife veterinarians in South Africa, hoping to go into conservation medicine with large African wildlife. She recognized how strong foundations in companion animal medicine translated to wildlife medicine, so she decided to build her companion animal skill set and ended up falling in love with it. She graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2011 and worked at a large 24-hour hospital in England for 2 years. She moved back to the US and worked at another 24-hour hospital for 4 years prior to calling Mercer Street Veterinary Hospital home.
When she's away from the hospital, she enjoys traveling, outdoor activities, trying new recipes and seeing live music as often as possible. She is also determined to find the best Bloody Mary in the PNW.
Dr. Piper SelmonAssociate Veterinarian
Dr. Selmon graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2015 after completing her clinical year of vet school at Colorado State University. She moved to Seattle Washington soon after to start working in small animal general practice. Originally from San Francisco, she has also lived in Texas and the Caribbean. As much as she enjoyed the warm weather, her visits to the Pacific Northwest caused her to fall in love with the area… and the coffee! Her two dogs, a puggle and a boston, seem to fit right in as well with routine walks around Green Lake. She is also passionate about travel and always looking for a new place to explore, especially if scuba diving might be involved. Dr. Selmon loves to learn new things both in and outside of the hospital. She enjoys general practice because it allows her to help animals in the many different fields of interest ranging from surgery, to managing chronic endocrine disease, to dentistry. As an advocate for the pet, Dr. Selmon truly believes communication is key to forming a trusting relationship with clients so that the pet receives the best quality care. She's excited to join the Mercer Street Animal Hospital family in 2019.
Jessica EnglehardtHospital Manager, Veterinary Technician
Jessica joined Mercer Street Veterinary Hospital in 2017 as our hospital manager and lead technician. She has a special interest in veterinary dentistry and in 2019 became a Certified Veterinary Cannabis Counselor. Outside of work she enjoys attending concerts, trying new restaurants, spending time relaxing with her fur babies and enjoying all the beauty the PNW has to offer.
Craig StrotherVeterinary Technician
Craig has been working in the field of animal care since 2002 and joined the Mercer Street team in 2017. Over the course of his 17 years as a veterinary technician, he has had the privilege of working with a wide variety of patients, from beloved dogs and cats to penguins, rattlesnakes, and wallabies. Outside of work, Craig is an avid oil-painter, martial artist, outdoorsman and movie buff. He enjoys spending time at home with his wife, cat, guinea pigs, snake, lizard, and scorpions.
Inga SkolrudVeterinary Assistant
Inga joined Mercer Street in 2018 as an assistant. They have an undying passion for shepherds and working dogs, and have a sweet German Shepherd named Desdemona. Outside of work, they enjoy spending time with goats and sculpting with clay.
Emily GoodinVeterinary Assistant
Emily has been with the Mercer Street team since 2018. She currently has three cats of her own but has the tendency to fall in love with any animal she meets. Someday she hopes to have a doggo (most likely a pitbull) of her own to spoil and adore.
Shae NewburyHead Receptionist
Shae joined Mercer Street in November of 2018. She was previously a sous chef and left the food industry to pursue a degree with a focus on Psychology and Animal Behavior. She jumped at the chance to work at Mercer Street while attending college due to her passion for animals. When she isn't at the hospital, she enjoys reading, film, camping, and cooking for her friends and family. She has two dogs at home, Melvin and Luna, who are very jealous of all the pets and snuggles the patients get at the clinic.