Dr. Kendall Willson
Kendall had the amazing opportunity to study veterinary medicine and surgery at the University of Glasgow in Scotland, United Kingdom. Her main interests and emphasis during vet school included both equine and bovine medicine. When she had any free time from school, Kendall enjoyed playing polo for the University and traveling to new places throughout Europe.
Throughout veterinary school, Kendall went on many externships with equine and bovine practitioners to gain knowledge and experience in the field she wanted to enter into upon graduation.
Kendall has spent that last two years at a large animal practice in Smith Valley, Nevada where she became advanced in equine lameness and proficient in pregnancy checking cows and bull reproductive work such as, semen and Trich testing. She also enjoys dental work on equids and is an advocate for preventative medicine. She also spent a small amount of time working on small ruminants and camelids.
Before veterinary school Kendall earned her Bachelors of Animal Science at California State University, Chico. During her studies at Chico, she took many opportunities to be actively involved with the University Farm, by taking milking shifts at the organic dairy and working at the sheep and goat unit.
Kendall was raised in Vacaville California, which is where she first starting riding horses and found her passion for large animal medicine. Currently in Kendall’s free time she enjoys spending time with her husband Dave, waterskiing, running and spending time outdoors . She is very excited to be joining the Mendocino Equine and Livestock team and is looking forward to meeting all of our clients.
Allison is a proud local having been born and raised in Elk, Ca. She grew up riding horses with her parents on their Guest ranch. After graduating from Mendocino High School, she received an Associates Degree in Equine studies from Feather River College in Quincy, Ca. She moved back to Mendocino shortly after where she worked for Fort Bragg Feed and Pet. Spending her free time riding and training her horses Oliver and The Flash, showing in Ranch Riding classes. Having an interest in Veterinary Medicine, she was welcomed by a small animal clinic in spring of 2016 and met Dr. Willson in 2018. She lives with her husband Collin, 2 horses, 3 dogs, 3 guinea pigs.
Emily moved to the Mendocino coast in 2016. Since then she has completed her BA in Equine Business Management while helping facilitate the care of 25+ horses at a local stable. Emily has 2 horses of her own and enjoys three-day eventing and trail riding. Veterinary science and large animal care have always been a fascination for her and she is so excited to be part of the Mendocino Equine and Livestock team.