Dr. Jai Tuttle
I grew up on a farm near Connell, WA where we raised various crops, along with cattle sheep and pigs. I was involved in 4-H all through school; showing sheeps and pigs. However, dogs and cats have always been a part of my life.
I attended Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma for four years, where I earned my B.S. in biology and chemistry. I then moved on Washington State University, where I graduated in 1992, earning my Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine.
I began practicing in a mixed animal practice in Cheney, Washington. It was there that I was first introduced to Tennessee Walking Horses. From there I relocated to Moses Lake and continued in mixed animal practice. I have five years experience in exclusive small animal emergency medicine. In October of 2011, I purchased and re-opened the Animal Hospital of Omak.
I have a multitude of animals of my own, including dogs, cats, and horses. I enjoy the company of my animals on a daily basis; and I look foward to providing veterinary care to the animals of Okanogan county.