Dr. Bill Hughes
Dr. Bill Hughes, the current practice owner, joined Canyon Pet Hospital as a partner in 1974 at the original location on Canyon Road in Beaverton. He began working for Dr. Richard C. Hay as an undergraduate in 1966. Drs. Hay and Hughes formed a partnership in 1974 and practiced together until 2001. During that time the practice was moved to the Beaverton Mall location in 1976 and then to our current location in 1998. Dr. Hughes has been the sole practice owner since 2002. He received his BS in Biology from Portland State University in 1969, his MS in Biology in 1971 and graduated from Washington State University with his doctorate of veterinary medicine degree in 1974. He has been past president of the Portland and Washington County veterinary medical associations. He enjoys skiing, traveling and sailing. He owns a Llewellin Setter named Doc, a Labrador Retriever named Jackson and a cat named Pearl.
Dr. Kimberly Boothe
Dr. Kimberly Boothe grew up primarily in Oklahoma. She graduated with a B.S. in Agricultural Economics in 1991 and received her DVM from Oklahoma State University in 1994. She has practiced as an associate veterinarian in small animal practices in St. Paul, Minnesota and Reno, Nevada before moving to Oregon in 2002. She has been at Canyon Pet Hospital since 2005. She has a special interest in dog behavior with an emphasis on preventive behavior modification, and strengthening the human-animal bond. When she is away from work, she enjoys playing dog agility with her dog, Mokus. This terrier mix is a crowd pleaser, regardless of whether or not they are doing well on the course.
Dr. Bill Baucum
Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Dr. Bill Baucum has been with Canyon Pet Hospital since June 2012. He received his B.S. in Vertebrate Zoology from Memphis State University in 1980 and graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 1983. He has worked in Virginia, Oregon and Tennessee as both a veterinary associate/partner and as an emergency/critical care veterinarian since 1983. His primary areas of interest are internal medicine and soft tissue surgery. He has also worked as an exotic animal clinician. He enjoys playing trumpet with local groups, camping, snow skiing, and hiking with his golden retriever, Sven.
Our Support Staff
At Canyon Pet Hospital many members of our staff have been with us for many years. We are really proud of that-it makes us a true family veterinary practice. And, as a smaller veterinary practice, it allows for consistency of care and ensures your satisfaction because your veterinarian and staff will really get to know you and your pets.