Dr. Kiki Campbell, DVM

Dr. Kiki Campbell, DVM

Dr. Kiki Campbell, DVM

Doctor

Dr. KiKi Campbell received her veterinary degree from Colorado State University in 2000. She attended Oberlin College for undergraduate school with a double major in Biology and Biochemistry, while also working as an emergency medical technician outside of school. She has always had a love of medicine and science of all kinds, and with her passion for pets, veterinary medicine was an ideal career path.

KiKi was born in Ohio, but grew up in Texas, Germany and Okinawa. She traveled extensively overseas during her childhood, and came back to the states for college. After veterinary school, she lived and worked in the Seattle area for 5 years, then purchased a practice here in Beaverton in 2005. She met her husband in 2010 and over the next few years got married and had a baby, leading her to sell her practice in 2014. She and her husband, Josh, and daughter, Braelynn, and extended family all live locally. She came to Beaverton Pet Clinic to give her the best of both worlds, allowing her to practice high quality medicine but still devote time to being a mom.

Dr. Campbell has a strong interest in preventative medicine, with a general love of all medicine, especially oncology and cardiology. Her focus is always on finding ways to improve the quality of life of her patients, and being proactive in their care.

Dr. Campbell loves being a mom, and devotes most of her spare time to spend with her daughter. Her family also loves to travel and will spend most vacations on warm beaches or at Disney world. However, she also has a passion for music and plays clarinet in a few small local ensembles. She has a muddle of guinea pigs (a muddle is a term used to describe a group of guinea pigs), an older mutt named Gypsy, a cranky cat named Galaxy, and her newest edition is a loving stray cat that she adopted that her daughter named Biscuit because she is always making biscuits.