About Us

  • Dr.
    Meg Frey

    Dr. Meg Frey grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio and went to The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. After an internship and practicing in Los Angeles area for 3 years, Dr. Frey went to work at Forest Heights Veterinary Clinic, a sister clinic to Bob Groves Veterinary Clinic. After spending time at both clinics, Dr. Frey decided to work in Lake Oswego full time and eventually bought the clinic in 2006. She is passionate about creating a clinic where clients, staff and patients thrive. In her free time, Dr. Frey enjoys spending time with her family, dogs, hiking and swimming. 

    'As I've grown in this profession, I've found the people aspect one of my favorite parts. I love getting 
    to know families, their pets and I admire those relationships.' - Dr. Meg Frey

  • Dr.
    Emily Stuart

    Dr. Emily Stuart grew up in Winston-Salem, NC. During her childhood, she kept many pets, including dogs, cats, fish, parakeets, gerbils and a rabbit. Once in 
    college, she adopted her first ferret, which started a 13 year tradition. Her first degree was a BA in Fine Art from Bard College. She moved to Portland and began working with horses as an assistant trainer at a local barn. She decided to return to school in order to prepare for application to veterinary school and later graduated from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine.

    She entered private practice in order to build and nurture long-term relationships with patients and their owners. She and her husband Joel live in NE Portland, where they enjoy hiking with their two dogs, Zoe and Calvin. They live with a 50 pound Sulcata Tortoise named Rasputin, who was rescued at the Tufts Wildlife Clinic. Dr. Stuart also enjoys riding horses, reading, running, camping and gardening.

  • Dr. Sandy Sadowitz
    Sandy Sadowitz

    Sandy is originally from Michigan.  She migrated her way out to Oregon in the mid 1990’s.  She has had various careers, but finally settled on her childhood dream of becoming a small animal veterinarian.  She graduated from OSU School of Veterinary Medicine in 2011 as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.  She worked for a mixed animal practice in rural Oregon for 4 years before coming to Full Circle in June 2015.  She is very happy to be working with such an upbeat crew and wonderful Doctors.  She is a certified veterinary acupuncturist.  Hobbies include the typical northwest activities and motorcycle riding.

    Formerly Bob Groves' Lake Oswego Veterinary Clinic...With a seamless transfer of ownership in 2006, Dr. Meg Frey and staff continue to operate the clinic with a commitment to optimal care and service.

  • Sarah, LVT
    Meet Our Support Staff

    Growing up as an “Army Brat” helped me realize at an early age how important the human animal bond is. I’ve had a love for animals my whole life, and my first job was as a kennel assistant when I was 15. I was hooked!

    I was accepted into the animal health technology program at Murray State University in 2000 after graduating from high school. I graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Agriculture with an emphasis in animal health technology. I sat for, and passed, my national boards and became a licensed veterinary technologist in October of 2004.

    Since then, I’ve worked in both emergency and private practices and have enjoyed developing and using my skills as a technician to the fullest.  While I love the excitement that an emergency practice can bring, I also really like being able to build long term relationships with both clients and patients.

    My husband Chris and I, along with our two dogs Murray and Zoe, and our cat Ellie,  relocated to Oregon from right outside of Nashville, Tennessee, in July 2015.  We are both enjoying getting to know that Portland area.

    I’m so excited to be a part of the Full Circle family, and can’t wait to get to know all of our clients and their pets!

 

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Office Hours

Surgical drop offs are 7:30-8:30, and other appointments are available beginning at 8:30

Monday:

7:30 am

7:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am

5:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am

7:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am

5:30 pm

Friday:

7:30 am

5:30 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am

2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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