Dr. Eibey knew at a young age she wanted to be a veterinarian. In elementary school she missed a day of school to watch the family’s German Shepherd Dog, Jazz, whelp a litter of four puppies. Her passion deepened in high school when she watched Jazz and Rex suffer through their battles of Degenerative Myelopathy (an incurable neurological condition). She knew she wanted to help families care for their beloved pets.
Dr. Eibey enjoys small animal internal medicine and soft tissue surgery. She believes quality veterinary medicine should be attainable for all pets.
Prior to her undergraduate training, Dr. Eibey worked as a receptionist and assistant at Value Pet Clinic in Kent, WA. She got her start here, learning about vaccine protocols and animal restraint. She received her undergraduate training through Green River Community College and Washington State University. Dr. Eibey received he Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Washington State University in May 2015. She then spent two years with Value Pet Clinic Puyallup, prior to returning to Kent in September 2017.
In her free time, Dr. Eibey enjoys spending time with her husband, Steve and two beautiful daughters, Madison and Natalie. They share their home with a Golden Retriever, Blitz, and Pit Bull mix, Sky. In the fall, Dr. Eibey enjoys watching football and cheering on the Washington State Cougars (Go Cougs!) and Seattle Seahawks. In the spring, she enjoys gardening and bike rides with the family in the beautiful Northwest.