Meet Our Team

Meet Our Family


Our Owners


Sig Nottingham, DVM

Dr. Nottingham completed an undergraduate degree in Microbiology at Montana State University and a one-year internship in Medical Technology at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane, Washington. Following his graduation, he moved to Bellingham to work in St. Luke’s Hospital laboratory. After several years of rewarding work in the laboratory, Dr. Nottingham elected to continue his education. He applied and was accepted to the College of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University, graduating with honors in 1982. Following graduation, Dr. Nottingham worked at Parkway Veterinary Clinic for several years, learning elements of small animal practice. Then, Dr. Rick Williams offered Sig the opportunity to manage and, then, buy All Creatures Veterinary Clinic in 1985. Later that year, his family was complete with his wife, Kathryn, 3 girls and a boy.

In 1996, All Creatures Veterinary Clinic merged with Animal Care Hospital and Drs. Coe and Eileen Lindner, and continues as All Creatures Animal Hospital today.

Dr. Nottingham’s hobbies include almost all sports, especially football and basketball. He has been a high school basketball official in Pierce County for fifteen years working with this Western Washington Basketball Officials Association and the WOA. He also enjoys fishing, and other outdoor activities, reading, and spending time with the family. Last but not the least, he enjoys playing the accordion - although not very well, and much to the dismay of some family members!

Years in practice: 35

Special Interests: Orthopedic surgery and internal medicine

Coe Lindner, DVM

Dr. Lindner graduated from WSU in 1980 and has been in private practice since graduation. As a member of the AVMA and the WSVMA, he has owned three practices during those 37 years. One of his greatest joys of his profession is getting acquainted with his clientele one-on-one and to educated them about their pets in a way they understand.

In 1996, Dr. Lindner and his wife, Eileen, who is now a retired veterinarian, merged with Dr. Nottingham and continue as All Creatures Animal Hospital today. He, now, lives in South Hill Puyallup with his wife and 4 boys.

He enjoys anything outdoors, such as yard work, road bike cycling, rollerblading, hiking, and playing outdoors with his children. Puget Sound provides him with all he could ever ask for regarding outdoor activities. He is also the first and second grade Sunday school teacher at his church and enjoys attending the men’s bible study group every week. His current pet population at the home front consists of three cats named Tang, Cricket, and Izzy.

Years in practice: 37

Special Interest: Internal medicine and soft tissue surgery

Eileen Lindner 


Associate Doctors


Katy Green, DVM

Dr. Katy Green is a 2005 graduate of Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. After finishing her veterinary degree, she and her husband relocated to Phoenix, AZ where she practiced for 4 years. The summer of 2009 brought a very exciting change of life when the Greens moved to Puyallup.

Life in private practice has been incredibly fulfilling. Dr. Green specially loves the opportunity to work with families and their pets as their family veterinarian. Seeing patients frequently and getting to know them is extremely rewarding to her.

Dr. Green’s parents imparted a great love of the outdoors in her at a young age. She enjoys hiking, backpacking, camping and fishing. She spent her childhood swimming competitively and then played water polo through college. During her time off, she still enjoys getting into the pool. Spending a year in Finland as a high school student, learning to speak Finnish, and enjoying the differences of another culture have fostered in her a great love of travel as well. Their travels have taken them throughout the United States, Europe, and Central America (that leaves a lot to look forward to!). Dr. Green now has a complete family; her husband, 2 children, a Great Dane, Great Dane mix, Shepard mix and one cat.

Special Interest: Dentistry, soft tissue surgery, and preventative / healthy pet wellness care

Jacquie Preston, DVM

Dr. Jacquie Preston was born and raised in Western Washington and her passion for animals led her to pursue a career in the veterinary field. Dr. Preston earned a B.S. in Animal Science and went on to graduate from Washington State University with a degree in Veterinary Medicine.

After veterinary school, she returned home to Graham, where she lives on a small farm with her dogs, cats, horses and peacock. The majority of her free time is spent with her horses which she raises, trains, and competes in barrel racing. Dr. Preston has also trained and competed with her dogs in agility, earning 17 agility titles. In addition to riding her horses, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, riding her quad, and spending time in the mountains (when it’s warm).

Dr. Preston places high value on the bond that people have with their animals, and understands the importance of proper care and nutrition for all animals - whether it is a family pet or competitive athlete.

Other professional interests include pain management, sports medicine, soft tissue surgery and dentistry. While she has a love of animals, she also really enjoys getting to know her clients and having the opportunity to work as a part of their team to ensure the well-being of their adored, furred family members.

Krisha Salmon, DVM 


Practice Manager


Angela Miranda, LVT 


Client Relations Specialist


Hope, LVT
Client Relations Specialist Coordinator

Educational Background:
  • High School Diploma 1991
  • Colorado Career Academy - Dog Training Certification 1991
Hope has been in practice since 1991, and she has grown to appreciate animal behavior, nutrition, and pathology over the years. She has an 8-year old Shetland Sheepdog named Quinn who loves to play with his soccer ball and a 13-year old Toy Poodle named Truffles who enjoys being held like a baby.

She moved to Puyallup, Washington in 2001 with her husband, David and her 6-month old son, Ryan. They live close to All Creatures Animal Hospital, became clients, welcomed their second son, Chris, in 2002 and have been working at All Creatures Animal Hospital since 2004. Her home and yard are the never-ending projects that she and her husband enjoys working on together. In their need to expand their world and teach the children that there is more out there than "just us", the family goes on cruises to explore other places, histories, and cultures.

Elaine

Danielle, Client Relations Specialist

Educational Background:
  • Licensed Cosmetologist
Danielle is a licensed Cosmetologist. She loves being a part of the veterinary world and All Creatures Animal Hospital has allowed her to do both. She started in the veterinary field in 2009 but has been a part of the ACAH family since February 2014 as a Client Relations Specialist where she is continually learning and fine-tuning her interests of pet loss / grief counseling, high-quality anesthetic medicine and toxicology.

Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Danielle loves to hang out on / by the water, thrifting, pinteresting, and anything to do with the beauty industry. She is a proud daughter of a union plumber and an even prouder wife of a union carpenter. She has 4 fur kids - Zydeco and Isetta, the felines of the house, and Invidia and Aston, the dogs of the couch. She has an insane love for European cars and attends car shows regularly, goes on drives, and owns a few. Recently, Danielle had the opportunity to go to the Fiat Abarth track in California to learn how to race like a professional driver and she enjoyed it thoroughly. 

Keedhen


Assistants


Valerie
Outpatient Coordinator

Educational Background:
  • Currently enrolled at Penn Foster Program for Veterinary Technology
Valerie has been in the veterinary field since 2004 and joined the All Creatures family in 2013. She appreciates doing blood draws and placing IV catheters during her work day. Recently, All Creatures Animal Hospital added Wellness Plans as a budgeting option for preventative care and she was drawn to them. As the Wellness Plan Coordinator, she takes joy in helping clients have the ability to afford the preventative care for the pets. She also relishes being able to bond with the clients on a daily basis, getting to know them and their furry family members, and collects the accurate history at the beginning of appointments to ensure the highest quality of medicine.

She is from a military family with 6 human children and 4 furry children. Her four furry children consist of an American Bulldog (Natas), a Chihuahua / Pomeranian mix named Theo, and two pugs named Buddha and Georgia Rose. As a family, she likes to go hiking, fishing, and go to the movie theater. When she's relaxing at home, she loves to watch Seahawk games, The Walking Dead and Dancing with the Stars with her family. 

Kari

Kari has been in the veterinary field since 1997 and joined the All Creatures family in 2004. She gets very excited about helping surgery patients wherein she is able to show off her skills keeping the clients' pets comfortable, calm, and providing an overall happy experience while in the care of All Creatures Animal Hospital. She takes pleasure in educating pet owners about their furry family members not only to have a long but healthy life.

She is a mother of a beautiful little girl and enjoy spending time with her. She enjoys gardening, shopping and reading with her daughter. She loves the quiet household she has with her daughter, Charlie (adult cat), Pepper (senior cat), Kita (Akita), and our 3 betas.

Michelle

Ashley

May

Maria

Hannah

Chris


Licensed Veterinary Technicians (LVT) 


Aimee, LVT
Inpatient Coordinator

Educational Background:
  • Pierce College Graduate
Aimee began her career as an LVT in 1999 and joined All Creatures Animal Hospital in 2005, where she has developed an interest in anesthesia monitoring and providing pain management to the patients that receive care at the hospital. As the Inpatient Coordinator, she strives to make sure all the patients receive the care they deserve and their parents stay well-informed of their stay with All Creatures Animal Hospital. She is the oldest of 6 children and has a little girl of her own who keeps her pretty busy but she enjoys running and trying new recipes from Pinterest during her off days.

TC, LVT

Educational Background:
  • AAS at Tacoma Community College
  • AAVT at Pierce College
  • 1 year at Washington State University
  • Member of the Washington State Association for Veterinary Technician (WSAVT)
TC has been in the veterinary field as an LVT since 1995 and has been at All Creatures Animal Hospital since 2001. She loves the job and enjoys watching some of the favorite patients grow up. Her passion lies not only in helping animals but also helping people who love their animals. TC enjoys working with the "family" at All Creatures Animal Hospital. Her coworkers would do anything for the patients. Interests that she has developed over the years are ultrasonography, client education, surgery, and radiology.

TC is married for 14 years, has 3 human children and 5 furry children. She has two cats (Winter and Maverick), a Doberman (Felon), a Standard Poodle (Cody), and a Chihuahua (Indy).

Sarah, LVT 

Robyn, LVT 

Crystal, LVT 

Caitlin, LVT 

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