Jeanne Ross is a veterinarian with 40 years of experience in small and large animal medicine/surgery and wildlife capture. A graduate of WSU College of Veterinary Medicine, Jeanne has owned and operated several small animal clinics in the Pacific Northwest and has been a part of All Valley Animal since its opening.
Aside from domestic animal care, Dr. Ross also works heavily with wildlife animals and agencies. For the past 20 years she has also contracted with multiple state and federal agencies as well as private helicopter companies involved in wildlife capture. There are ongoing studies and research projects involving wildlife health/diseases, population surveys and management.
Jeanne has been involved in the Yellowstone Wolf reintroduction program, New Mexico Desert Bighorn Sheep (successful species delisting), sea lion and harbor seal captures (Puget Sound, Gulf Islands, Channel Islands, Oregon Coast), mountain goat (translocation and disease surveillance) to name a few. Other species that she has worked with include black bear, bison, elk, deer, coyotes, wild horses, moose and onyx. She is currently involved in the largest moose capture/study in the lower 48 (New England).