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Through his 20 years of experience working at Companion Pet Clinic, our Klamath Falls veterinarian, Dr. Dean Michael Wilson knows there is nothing routine about being a veterinarian. 'It's a challenging job every day,' he explains. 'The science industry is constantly changing and so is veterinary medicine.' As a result, I am always learning something new and passing this on to my patients.'
Alissa Stichler, DVM
Dr. Alissa Stichler was born and raised in Bend, Oregon. She has always had a love for animals whether it was playing with her family dogs or going to her grandparent’s farm in Lakeview, Oregon where she enjoyed helping with bottle feeding bummer lambs, milking goats, and riding horses. Dr. Stichler always knew she wanted to be a veterinarian and has worked hard to fulfill her dream.
Dr. Stichler graduated with a degree in Animal Science and a minor in Chemistry from Oregon State University in 2016. She completed her veterinary degree from Oregon State University Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine in 2020. Dr. Stichler enjoyed being a part of her vet school’s ambassador club where she was able to be involved in community outreach and she hopes to continue to be involved in the community in Klamath Falls. Dr. Stichler also enjoyed being a part of the theriogenology club where she was able to help with Cesarean-sections in dogs and pregnancy palpation in cattle.
Dr. Stichler is excited to start her veterinary career at Companion Pet Clinic. Dr. Stichler met her partner, Dr. Jean-Paul Reboulet, in vet school and they moved to Klamath Falls and will be working together at Companion Pet Clinic. In her spare time, Dr. Stichler enjoys hiking, camping, reading, and playing with her tuxedo cat, Meeko
Jean-Paul Reboulet, DVM
Dr. Reboulet is from Chandler, Arizona and completed his undergraduate degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry at Northern Arizona University. In 2020, he received his veterinary degree from Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He has traveled to Nicaragua to provide veterinary services for communities in need, and to India to learn at the Veterinary College in Bangalore.
He believes in building relationships with each family through compassion and communication. It is his highest priority to clearly explain what options are available so that pet owners can make the best decisions for their family members.
He and his partner, Dr. Alissa Stichler, moved to Klamath Falls and are happy to be a part of the Companion Pet Clinic team. In his free time, he enjoys reading, cooking, working out, being outdoors, and spending quality couch time with their cat, Meeko.