Greywolf Veterinary Hospital
"Caring Professionals - Professional Care"
1102 East Washington Street
Sequim, Wa 98382
Make an appointment - (360) 683-2106
Meet the Doctors
Dr. Mike Tyler
Dr. Tyler was born and raised right here in Washington State. He studied wildlife biology and Washington State University (WSU), and received his DVM from WSU College of Veterinary Medicine in 1986. He has lived in Sequim since 1989, where he and spouse Suzanne founded Greywolf Veterinary Hospital in 1992. He loves the diversity and daily challenges of veterinary medicine.
Dr. Tyler, Suzanne and son Aaron are blessed to live on a beautiful sustainable family farm. They raise dairy goats and run a small cheesemaking business (www.wildharvestcreamery.com). They also raise pigs (which love the excess milk and whey from cheesemaking), cattle that graze the pasturelands, free-range ducks and chickens for eggs, "weed control" Tolouse geese, and heritage turkeys.
Dr. Tyler has a special interest in the field of disaster preparedness for animals and he serves as the Animal Emergency Coordinator for Clallam County. Additionally, he is very active in local Search and Rescue (SAR), where he is the Chief Training Officer and Operations Chief.
Dr. Jennifer Tavares
Dr. Tavares was raised in the country outside Erie Pennsylvania. She received her VMD from the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School in Philadelphia in 2001. "Dr. Tav" has been with us since 2006. Besides companion animal medicine and surgery(dogs and cats), she has special interest in small mammals, avian, reptiles and wildlife medicine. Her goal is to promote excellent husbandry of exotics in order to prevent many illnesses. She has a passion for creating and deepening the human/animal bond, and views everyday as an opportunity to learn and teach!
She and her husband Scott share their lives with 3 cats, 2 dogs and a parrot. They enjoy kayaking, hiking, skiing and rock climbing in their free time. "Toli" and "Robbie" regularly join them for hiking and rafting trips. around the Pacific Northwest.
Dr. Priscilla Stockner