Countryside Veterinary Service is a full-service animal hospital and welcomes pets of all types in need of medical, surgical, and dental care. Dr. Tammy Eichmann, our practice owner and Chief of Medicine, has over 27 years experience as a veterinarian. We have 5 licensed veterinarians serving locations in Myrtle Creek and Canyonville, with clients and patients coming from all over Douglas county and beyond. We see patients 6 days a week, ranging from the tiniest bird to a 1200 lb horse!
In addition to our two locations, Countryside Veterinary Service offers out-call and ambulatory services to your home or ranch for large and small animals.
We welcome you to our practice and love caring for pets in our community. Please come by and meet our team!
If you are interested in making a tax-deductible donation to help a person in need get veterinary care for their pet, we have set up a charitable foundation through the AVMA. 100% of these funds will be available to our veterans, the elderly on a fixed income, or a family that has just had a major life event like a flood or fire. If you click this link, it will take you to a page designated for donations to Countryside Veterinary Service. Any amount is appreciated! Thank you!
Dr. Tammy Eichmann graduated from Tuft’s Veterinary program in 1993 and started practicing immediately upon graduation. Although originally from California, she decided to pursue her Veterinary degree in Massachusetts, and then later settled with her family in Oregon. She started a small animal practice at her home in Days Creek and five years later moved the practice to its current location in historic Canyonville. Moving the hospital to Canyonville allowed Dr. Tammy to expand her services and provide a cutting edge veterinary hospital for her clients and patients. Veterinary Medicine was a life-long dream for Dr. Tammy and she never wavered from her plan to be a Veterinarian, even though she pursued a career in teaching for several years prior to Veterinary school. In 2019, Dr. Tammy decided to open a second practice in Myrtle Creek in order to serve the growing demand for veterinary care in Douglas county. She has two Children who are both pursuing their own dreams and professions. Her husband Don is the practice manager and holds a business degree from Stanford University. Dr. Tammy has many animals of her own including horses, chickens, many birds, cats, and her best dog friend Sparky. She has devoted her life to the care of her veterinary patients and is a compassionate and caring veterinarian.
Dr. Martin Burnett, DVM joined our team October 1, 2014. He brings 20 years of experience in both large and small animal practice. Dr. Martin graduated from Oregon State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1994 and began his veterinary career at Bailey Veterinary in Roseburg. Watch for Dr. Martin out and about in the new CVS out call truck.
Dr. Tammy and the CVS team invite you to call in and schedule your appointment with Dr. Martin today.
Dr. Lauren Furrer graduated from Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2018. Veterinary Medicine has been a life-long passion, and she is excited to be living the dream. She has a special interest in ruminants, but loves working with both small and large animals. In her free time she loves running, photography, drawing, and spending time outdoors, rain or shine.
Dr. Holly Slater is originally from Oklahoma and received her doctorate of veterinary medicine from Oklahoma State University in 2013. She then moved to Moab Utah and started her veterinary career at a mixed animal clinic. In 2015, Dr. Holly moved to Roseburg Oregon and has worked for the past 4 years at Bailey Veterinary Clinic. She is excited to continue her compassionate, progressive, quality veterinary medicine at Countryside!
In her free time, Holly loves biking, climbing, and basically anything outdoors. She has 3 dogs and 2 cats all of whom come on camping trips. Holly and her long time partner Dusty are both originally from Oklahoma but have found they love Oregon and plan to stay in the area.
Dr. Erin was born and raised in Idaho before attending veterinary school at Western University of Health Sciences in California. She moved to Oregon after completing veterinary school in 2015 and began working at Bailey Veterinary Clinic in Roseburg. She left Bailey Veterinary Clinic and began working here at Countryside Veterinary Service in January 2020. Her special interests include preventative and internal medicine. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, biking, traveling and spending time with her menagerie of animals. She’s excited to join the team at Countryside Veterinary Service!
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