Our caring and compassionate veterinary care team!

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Pet Care Center at Luna Park in Seattle, Washington! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets! Please call us at (206) 935-3600 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!


Dr. Su-Chin Dean-Griffith


Su-Chin obtained her undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from the University of Washington. She was involved with the study of small mammals and songbirds in their natural environment. This special interest carried over into her veterinary studies as she had great fun from rehabilitating Eagles in Sitka, Alaska to hormone studies of endangered species at the National Zoo. She is a graduate of Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, class of 2001. Immediately post-graduation she did an internship in small and exotic animal practice with Dr. Douglas Mader at Marathon Veterinary Hospital, Marathon, Florida. After that, she spent several years practicing in the beautiful and very cold Fairbanks, Alaska. Family life has brought her and her husband, Bob, closer to home. She is now interested in focusing on small animal medicine and making Pet Care Center the best hospital in West Seattle.

Dr. Bob Griffith


Bob was born and raised in Normandy Park. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Biology from Washington State University (WSU), Masters in Science degree in Biology from Eastern Washington University, and Graduated from the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. Along the way he worked on field studies of small mammal, bird and plant populations in Northeastern Washington and the Charles R. Conner Museum of Zoology at WSU preparing study skins and identifying specimens through dental characteristics. After graduating from veterinary school he moved to Fairbanks, Alaska and spent four wonderful, snowy, cold and busy years of practice in a multi-doctor facility. With the birth of their first child, he and his wife Su-Chin moved back to the Seattle area to be closer to family and friends. Bob’s passions in life include his family, photography, woodworking as well as nature and the outdoors. One of his main focuses now is continuing the quality reputation of Pet Care Center and establishing it as the most reputable veterinary hospital in West Seattle.

Dr. Shana Kitchen


Dr. Kitchen was born in North Carolina and began working in the veterinary field in her teens. She attended the University of North Carolina at Asheville for her undergraduate degree before moving to Colorado to attend Colorado State University for her doctorate in veterinary medicine. Dr. Kitchen has been practicing veterinary medicine in Colorado and Washington since 2014. She enjoys small animal general practice as it gives her the opportunity to get to know each of her clients and their pets, which allows her to implement distinct diagnostic and treatment plans specific to their individual needs. She appreciates the privilege of helping to care for her patients through all stages of life–from preventative puppy and kitten treatments to difficult end-of-life decisions. Her areas of interest include dermatology, nutrition, internal medicine and pain management. Outside of work, Shana enjoys spending time with her wife Daniela and their two kitties and dog– Jack, Pablo and Hattie Mae. She enjoys anything to do with being outside, reading, art, live music and the amazing foodie world of Seattle.

Client Services

Misty F.

Lead Receptionist

Misty joined the Pet Care Center team in 2018 after working in the travel and tech industries. She really enjoys meeting new people and has a passion for animals and has a house full. Misty is ready to take your call or greet you at the front desk with a smile. Misty enjoys exploring new activities with her husband and children such as local festivals and scouting events.

Sarah A.


Sarah has lived and worked in the States for more than 30 years. Originally from England she came here to work on a summer camp and met her husband, the rest, as they say, is history!
Sarah dedicated more than 25 years to working with young children and started a non-profit preschool when her daughters were little. It still serves families with young children in the West Seattle community.
Sarah now lives for her dogs; Tiffany III, an Old English Sheepdog, Ellie, a terrier mix of who knows what and the newest addition, Harry, a miniature dachshund that was rescued from a hoarder breeder. They take daily walks at Westcrest Park where mostly they wait on Ellie while she hunts rabbits in the sticker bushes.

Aaron B.


Aaron joined the team after years working in the animal field in both grooming and veterinary medicine. He enjoys the outdoors and spends most of his free time fishing, camping, or hiking. He also doesn’t mind a quiet day in relaxing with his three cats and reading a book.

Veterinary Technicians

Maggie W.

Lead Licensed Veterinary Technician

Maggie came to us from a background of working in general practice for about 8 years. She is very passionate about animals, especially cats. She used to own a kitty named Ginger, who she took care of up until her geriatric years. “Ginger was the first cat I’ve ever had, and she showed me unconditional love. She is what inspired me to become such a great veterinary technician and to give such profound care to pets.” Currently, she does not have any pets now, but hopes to adopt another cat in the future when the time is right. She loves to go hiking, paddle boarding, and thoroughly enjoys playing Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) in her free time.

Sophia B.

Licensed Veterinary Technician

Sophia is a licensed veterinary technician who came to us with a background in emergency medicine, with a focus on triage. She has been in the field for 8 years in various types of hospitals all over the pacific northwest. She has had many exotic pets in the past. She currently has two ball pythons, a leopard gecko, and two large and in charge Pittie mixes. When she’s not expressing her passion for animals and continuing to learn, she likes do motocross and drawing.

Kaley A.

Licensed Veterinary Technician

Kaley has a background in emergency medicine and wildlife rehabilitation, with a focus on sea birds, waterfowl, and birds of prey. Kaley has also worked with both dogs, cats and exotic animals as an LVT. She has a deep love for birds, snakes, ferrets, rats, and hopes to someday adopt a pair of ferrets or pigeons.
Kaley’s academic studies included psychology and biology. She also enjoys reading any and everything about medical breakthroughs, especially in the realm of emergency and battlefield medicine. Kaley’s hobbies include a love for reading, movies and a healthy dose of jiu-jitsu, cycling, and hiking.

Veterinary Assistants

Shree M.

Lead Veterinary Assistant

Shree grew up in the San Francisco bay area and graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelors of Science in Molecular Biology in 2018. She is now pursing a career in animal medicine and has aspirations to become a veterinarian. Her love for animals began at a young age, and some of her most treasured childhood memories include trips to the zoo, playing with her pets and riding horses. Shree had one German Shepherd named Luna, and during her free time she enjoys backpacking, swimming reading and painting.

Alyssa K.

Veterinary Assistant

Alyssa has always had a passion for caring for animals and recently decided to turn that passion into a career. Before starting her animal care giving career she was in the construction industry for eleven years as a cement mason. As a recent graduate of the Veterinary Assistant program at Pima Medical Institute, she joined the PCC team starting as an extern. Alyssa plans on continuing her education with goals of becoming an LVT in the future. Outside of work, Alyssa enjoys spending as much time as possible with her family, friends, and three dogs.