Dr. Jenny Beedle

Education: Oregon State University

Dr. Jenny Beedle received her DVM degree from Oregon State University after receiving her undergraduate degree in Biology from Whittier College in Whittier, California. An Oregon native, Dr. Beedle grew up right here in Hillsboro and is excited to be back in the area. Click here to watch her video and learn more.

Her interests include dentistry, dermatology, helping pets with chronic allergies, and internal medicine. Her goals are to provide quality preventive care to give pets a long and healthy life and strengthen the human-animal bond.

Dr. Beedle shares her home with three crazy cats; Oscar, Coconut, and Ziggy. She enjoys the outdoors and hiking with her husband. When the weather isn’t cooperating, you can find her indoors catching up on movies.

Do you have any nicknames?
Jen, Jenny. Sometimes my friends will call me J.Lo because my husband’s last name is Lopez. 🙂

In your words, what is your job at Frontier?
As a veterinarian, my job at Frontier is to provide medical care to our patients and educate owners on preventive care. The goal is to strengthen the human-animal bond between our patients and their families while giving patients the best care possible to live a long and healthy life.

Why did you decide to work at Frontier?
I grew up in Hillsboro and moved back to the area to be closer to my family. As luck would have it, a position was available at Frontier at the same time as my decision to move back. It has been a great opportunity that has lasted 10+ years.

Do you have any pets?
I currently have three cats.

Coconut is my oldest cat. He has 3 legs and is extremely agile. He is always busy, and the only time he stops doing something is when he’s sleeping! Coconut was at the Oregon Humane Society and was a patient of mine while on rotation there for veterinary school. He had a nerve injury to his front leg that wasn’t healing, so we needed to amputate his front limb. No one knew how he ended up with the nerve injury. But seeing how he gets into EVERYTHING, I have a feeling his curiosity may have led to the injury.

Ziggy is the middle cat. I found him as a kitten by the dumpster here at Frontier Veterinary Hospital when I was leaving work one night. He is gray and fluffy! He is the cat that likes to cuddle the most.

Pebbles is the latest addition to the house in this past year. She is still a kitten, and she needed to be rehomed from her previous owner. It was a good fit. She is full of energy and zips through the house all the time. She is the smallest of the cats, but she has the loudest meow! You can hear her from anywhere in the house.

Tell us a little-known fact about you!
I love hiking and camping. When I’m not at work, then I’ll likely be exploring the various trails or State Parks.

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