Woodhaven Veterinary Clinic's team of doctors provide unmatched compassionate care,
led by practice owner, Dr. Ann Brudvik.
Meet our seven wonderful and diverse doctors below!
Dr. Mohamed - Dr. Emery - Dr. Creason - Dr. Brudvik - Dr. Weeks - Dr. Allen - Dr. Endicott
Ann Brudvik, DVM
Dr. Ann Brudvik moved to Edmonds and purchased Woodhaven Veterinary Clinic in 1992. After graduating from veterinary school at the University of Minnesota in 1971, she moved to Puget Sound and has practiced here ever since.
Veterinary medicine is constantly changing and there are new challenges everyday, but the joy of caring for pets and helping people is always satisfying.
Over the years, she has had dogs, cats, goats and ducks, but currently there is just one kitty at home since she gets to play with her patients at work. When not working, Ann enjoys gardening, cooking and reading.
Jennifer Creason, DVM
Dr. Jennifer Creason is a Seattle native. She joined Woodhaven directly after receiving her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Washington State University in 1998.
She is especially interested in the human-animal bond, and in her spare time enjoys traveling, cooking, kayaking and of course “anything that has to do with animals,” including her own three cats and sweet Wheaten Terrier.
Jennifer was featured as one of Seattle’s Outstanding Leaders in the promotion by Macy’s and KING-TV designed to encourage and mentor young people to enter professional careers.
Suzanne Endicott, DVM
Dr. Suzanne Endicott graduated from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. She joined the Woodhaven family in July of 2002.
Suzanne has a special interest in soft tissue surgery, pain management, acupuncture, oncology and internal medicine. She is also involved with the only local animal blood bank located at Animal Critical Care and Emergency Services.
Outside of Woodhaven, Suzanne enjoys spending time with her son, their dog and two cats. She also enjoys gardening and horseback riding.
Joan Emery, DVM
Dr. Joan Emery grew up in Seattle; her life-long dream was to become a veterinarian. Her dream became a reality when she graduated from Kansas State University, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000.
After a one year internship in Chicago, Joan was ready to return to the Pacific Northwest and has practiced in Seattle for the past 14 years. Joan filled in for us as a relief veterinarian for many months before becoming a permanent Associate in August of 2012. She has a special interest in preventative wellness care, internal medicine, behavior, and geriatrics.
Joan's family enjoys outdoor activities, especially skiing!
Stephanie Allen, DVM
Dr. Stephanie Allen is a Shoreline native who knew she wanted to be a veterinarian for as long as she could remember. Dr. Allen fulfilled her dream in 2009, when she received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Washington State University.
Since graduating, she has been practicing small animal medicine in the greater Seattle area and also volunteers regularly at the Seattle Humane Society.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, their dog and resident orange tabby cat. She also enjoys cooking and hiking.
Karen Weeks, DVM, MBA
Dr. Karen Weeks is a Seattle native whose life has been dedicated to animal care her entire life. She obtained both her BS (Biology) and her MBA from Western Washington University, and then went on to receive her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Washington State University in 2008.
Dr. Weeks returned to greater Puget Sound area and has been a small animal practitioner ever since. She especially enjoys geriatric medicine, dentistry and surgery. She has a close relationship with Old Dog Haven and loves caring for many of their foster dogs.
In her spare time, Dr. Weeks is an avid Seahawks fan - Go Hawks! She loves to travel to exotic locales and has visited over 15 countries around the world. She tries to participate in an annual volunteer trip with World Vets, a nonprofit organization that provides veterinary care to underserved parts of the world. She shares her world with her Siamese cross cat Cringer and always has her dog Griffin by her side.
Lina Mohamed, DVM
Originally from Toronto, Dr. Lina Mohamed moved to upstate New York to attend Cornell University where, at the top of her class, she earned her B.Sc. in Animal Science and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees. Following her graduation in 2008, she and her husband decided to put down their roots in Seattle.
While deeply interested in all aspects of veterinary medicine, Dr. Mohamed has a passion for preventative wellness care, dentistry, internal medicine and soft tissue surgery. She is strongly committed to client education and believes that it is an integral part of veterinary care. Dr. Mohamed is always looking for ways to expand her knowledge and skills, both professionally and personally. She cherishes sharing her life with her loving husband, two strongly opinionated cats and a bouncy little dog. Outside of her profession, Dr. Mohamed can often be found tending her garden, checking out the local restaurant scene with friends, and engaging in activities at the local gym. In the warmer months, she delights in throwing her camping gear into her pickup truck and heading out to explore the beauty of the Pacific Northwest!
After providing exceptional veterinary care and service for nearly 10 years in Seattle, Dr. Mohamed joined the Woodhaven team. She is dedicated to being your “other” family doctor, helping you to care for your beloved 4-legged family members from the exuberant days of youth through the golden years of age.