Banfield Pet Hospital® - Bothell
24110 Bothell Everett Hwy #100 | Bothell, WA 98021Call 425-908-0856
Our veterinarians love your pet (almost) as much as you do.
From nose-to-tail exams to routinely recommended vaccinations, flea, tick and heartworm prevention, microchipping, dental care, and surgery, Banfield Pet Hospital’s veterinarians are committed to delivering care that’s as one-of-a-kind as your pet. Throughout every stage of your pet’s life, we’re at your side to help you find a smarter way to love your pet with access to:
• 1,000+ hospitals with convenient hours
• Affordable Optimum Wellness Plans® to make routine care easy – with access to Vet Chat™ 24/7 live chat support
• On-the-go scheduling and medical records on the Banfield app
• And lots more we’d love to tell you about at your first in-office visit
Get to know us with a Free first exam at your neighborhood Banfield – we can’t wait to meet you and your pet.
Dr. Hollan is originally from Las Vegas and is a graduate of the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She has been practicing since 2007 and has been with Banfield since 2013. In her free time, Dr. Hollan enjoys hiking, spending time with her daughter and riding her pony, Taco.read more
Dr. Jo Ellen Schielke has provided caring veterinary medical and surgical support for the past 20 years through biomedical research and an academic focus primarily at the Washington National Primate Research Center and at a Contract Research Organization working with nonhuman primates, dogs, swine, rabbits and rodents in the support of drug safety and development. She briefly worked in the field of emergency veterinary medicine before joining the Banfield family in 2018 where she is happy to provide compassionate and quality veterinary care for her patients. She is originally from Michigan, obtained her BS degree in Biology at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks, and graduated from Colorado State University in 1990 where she earned her degree as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Schielke has dual licensure in New Mexico and Washington state. She has lived in Washington state since 1993 and enjoys raising her son and spending time with their Labrador-mix dog, Whylie, and cat, Boomer. Dr. Schielke has done hours of volunteer work with the Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project in community outreach programs and performing spays and neuters, as well as volunteer work for NOAH. In her free time, Dr. Schielke enjoys family activities including her son's hockey games, hiking, home improvement projects and cooking.read more