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Saturday: 9 AM – 3 PM
At Animal Health Associates, our mission is to grow a veterinary practice built on advocating for the pet through clear, timely client communication, education, and follow-up. We will practice modern medicine with high ethical standards in a clean, well-kept facility staffed by a dedicated, compassionate, and knowledgeable staff.
Animal Health Associates has a long and colorful history in South Eugene, Oregon. Over the years, our team and hospital have grown, but we always remain a trusted cornerstone for the pets and clients in our community.
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Dr. Sheila Johnson graduated with a dual degree from the OSU and WSU Colleges of Veterinary Medicine in 1998 and joined the staff at AHA immediately thereafter. She also holds a BS in business administration and an MBA. Dr. Johnson’s family consists of an endless series of dogs (she has a special fondness for poodles) and cats, as well as her son Erik and husband Jim. Her professional interests include dentistry, internal medicine, and geriatrics. In her spare time, she enjoys bicycling, camping, and reading.
Growing up in the Seattle area, Dr. Schroeder always enjoyed nursing and medicating the family’s many pets and horses when they were ill. She graduated with dual degrees in veterinary medicine from Oregon State University and Washington State University and in 1994 and has been practicing in Lane County ever since. She loves all aspects of veterinary practice, including internal medicine, dermatology, diagnostic ultrasound, dog kisses, and cat hair. Outside of work she spends her time reading, hiking, and training in dog agility and musical freestyle with her two border collies, Sylvie and Rey. She and her husband Charlie also share their rural home with two cats, Rufus and Elsie.
Dr. Fadden grew up on the Oregon Coast in Brookings. She graduated from Oregon State University’s Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016 and practiced as a mixed animal veterinarian in Myrtle Point before joining us. Her professional interests include, but are not limited to dermatology, internal medicine, and feline medicine. In her spare time, Dr. Fadden likes to go hiking, try out baking recipes, or curl up with a good book if it’s raining. Dr. Fadden has moved here to the big city with her fiance Tyler and their two cats Luna and Clover. She looks forward to meeting you and your pets.
Preventative dental care is essential to your pet’s overall health. Here’s Roxie having her teeth cleaned at Animal Health Associates!