Education: Kansas State University
Dr. Sheryl Rejba received her veterinary degree from Kansas State University in 2016. She grew up in Phoenix, AZ. with a menagerie of pets. She graduated from Northern Arizona University before attending veterinary school. Her love of animals combined with her passion for medicine led her to pursue her veterinary degree.
After living in Phoenix all her life, Sheryl was ready for a change of scenery. After graduating veterinary school in Kansas she accepted an internship with DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital in Portland, OR. She fell in love with the Pacific Northwest and decided to make Portland her forever home.
Sheryl’s interests include surgery, wound care, emergency medicine, and geriatric care. She truly believes that prevention is the best medicine.
In her spare time, Sheryl enjoys hiking, backpacking, playing and watching soccer, as well as eating all the Portland food. She has a giant lab mix named Oswin and 2 tiny monster cats named Finn and Roo.
Do you have any nicknames?
Mostly just my last name or sometimes Reba McIntyre since I have red hair and my last name is pronounced like Reba
In your words, what is your job at Frontier Veterinary Hospital?
My job is to corroborate with clients and their pets to provide the best care possible. Each pet is an individual and they all have their unique quirks.
Why did you decide to work at Frontier Veterinary Hospital?
I worked for a few years up in Washington State, but really wanted to transition back to living and working in Oregon. I came across a job opportunity with Frontier and was impressed by the quality of care they offered.
Do you have any pets?
Oswin is a big black lab mix about 7 years old. He recently had surgery on both knees, but is doing well. Finn is a 5 year old Tuxedo cat who followed me back from a trip to Wyoming. Roo is the most recent addition. She just turned a year and enjoys going on walks with her big dog brother in her bubble backpack.
Tell us a little known fact about you!
I enjoy knitting, which has become increasingly hard with the kitten around. I enjoy traveling and try to go somewhere new at least once a year.
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