Dr. Piper Selmon
Dr. Selmon graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2015 after completing her clinical year of vet school at Colorado State University. She moved to Seattle Washington soon after to start working in small animal general practice. Originally from San Francisco, she has also lived in Texas and the Caribbean. As much as she enjoyed the warm weather, her visits to the Pacific Northwest caused her to fall in love with the area… and the coffee! Her two dogs, a puggle and a boston, seem to fit right in as well with routine walks around Green Lake. Dr. Selmon is also passionate about travel and always looking for a new place to explore, especially if scuba diving might be involved. She loves to learn new things both in and outside of the hospital. She enjoys general practice because it allows her to help animals in the many different fields of interest, ranging from surgery to managing chronic endocrine disease, to dentistry. As an advocate for the pet, Dr. Selmon truly believes communication is key to forming a trusting relationship with clients so that the pet receives the best quality care. She’s excited to join the Mercer Street Animal Hospital family in 2019.Read more
Craig has been working in the field of animal care since 2002 and joined the Mercer Street team in 2017. Over the course of his 17 years as a veterinary technician, he has had the privilege of working with a wide variety of patients, from beloved dogs and cats to penguins, rattlesnakes, and wallabies. Outside of work, Craig is an avid oil-painter, martial artist, outdoorsman and movie buff. He enjoys spending time at home with his wife, cat, guinea pigs, snake, lizard, and scorpions.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Alison earned her bachelor’s in Animal Science from Oregon State University and has been a licensed technician since 2016. She is very passionate and about anesthesia, pain management, and dentistry. In her spare time, she likes to hike with her dog, Woody, and relax with her two cats, Kitty B and Marvin. She also enjoys spending time with friends and family.
Briar started at Mercer Street in February of 2020 after taking a few years off to complete college; their passion for animal care made them want to return to veterinary medicine. Briar is originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, and moved to Seattle to see rain for the first time, and to pursue their education. Outside of work, Briar is a painter, illustrator, and tattoo collector. They can most commonly be found around town at local vegan restaurants, missing their former local green chile, and petting neighborhood cats.