Our Veterinary Team
Meet the Veterinarians & Team of LaPaw Animal Hospital! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets.
Dr. Jonathan Schlossberg
Dr. Jonathan Schlossberg is very excited to announce his employment at LaPaw Animal Hospital and is excited to join its amazing family. His Bachelor of Science is in pre-professional biology from the University of West Florida. He obtained his doctorate in veterinary medicine from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2020 and graduated with honors. During his time there he learned how to treat and take care of both large and small animals and worked as a dissector for the anatomy labs. He attended his clinical year at Oregon State University and fell in love with the people and pristine nature of Oregon.
Since his graduation Dr. Schlossberg has worked at Banfield Pet Hospital in Hillsboro for almost 3 years. He is relocating to the Bend where he hopes to raise his 8-month-old son Milo, live a life full of adventure with his wife Nina and two dogs, Nano and Limon. He has an interest in surgery and modern medicine. He likes to involve diet for treating common diseases and allergies that our fur kids tend to get. He likes to focus on client education and how to prevent disease before it occurs. Dr. Schlossberg is fear free certified; he strives to provide stress free hospital visits and he always likes to consider how he would feel if he had the same insult/disease occurring to himself. He understands that in veterinary medicine there isn’t only one way to treat disease thus he appreciates open communication, consulting with his peers, clients and staff in order to better serve his patients.
Dr. Schlossberg was born in CT but lived for over two decades in Jerusalem, Israel and served 3 years in the Israeli military. He moved back to the United States in order to pursue his dream of becoming a veterinarian. His hobbies include soccer, ultra-running, trail running, hiking, scuba diving, cooking and spending time with his son. He would love to learn how to wall climb, mountain bike and ski. He follows a plant-based diet and his senior paper during his clinical year was about how a plant-based diet can prevent disease in dogs. He has always dreamt of becoming a veterinarian since he was a little child and it is his pleasure and honor to serve you, your beloved pets and the community.
Dr. Callie Meeder
Dr. Callie Meeder earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 2014 and has been practicing ever since. She specializes in wellness, ophthalmology, dermatology, dentistry, and internal medicine. She takes pride in both being able to provide care throughout the lifetime of a pet from their first visit to geriatric care and building trust between a pet and their family. Outside of her veterinary work, she enjoys spending time with her family, horseback riding, and traveling. A fun fact about Dr. Meeder: She grew up competing on the AA Hunter Jumper circuit in California and worked for several prominent horse trainers before deciding to become a veterinarian. Her beloved pets include Juniper a 4-year-old Golden Retriever, D’Artagnan a 10-year-old cat, and Thistle an 11-year-old Welsh pony mare.
Brittani has lived in Central Oregon for most of her life. Her professional background started in food service and restaurant management. She has been in the veterinary field for 4 years now. She lives happily in Redmond OR with her boyfriend Nick, their German Shepherd Apollo, corgi Alfredo and their two cats Kayko and Shadow. When Brittani isn’t at work she likes to be outside at the lake, eating new food, attending a fun concert, or watching football.
Michelle is a long-term employee at LaPaw Animal hospital and is vital to the smooth running of our surgical and dental procedures. Before coming to LaPaw Animal Hospital, Michelle worked for several years at the Redmond Humane Society. Michelle has 2 dogs and 1 cat, and chickens. She seems to be constantly working to improve the house she bought in 2014. Michelle and her partner have a rowdy son named Landon!
Started at LaPaw Animal Hospital: 2008
Interests: Petsitting, Various pets, Biking and Family.
Alexis is originally from Wisconsin and came to central Oregon in 2017, she is a cheese enthusiast and big Packer fan.
Alexis began her work in the veterinary field at the young age of 17, she’s passionate about educating clients and providing the best patient care possible for every animal who walks through the door.
When not at work, Alexis enjoys the central Oregon outdoors and brewery hopping with her husband and 3 dogs.
Brianna was born and raised right here in Bend and has enjoyed 8 years in the veterinary field. In her down time she enjoys playing roller derby, nature, local concerts, and spending time with her friends. She currently lives with her fiancé and their 4 felines.
Marti has always had an extraordinary love for animals. She started training horses and dogs at a young age, has done petsitting, and worked in veterinary clinics.
Marti joined the La Paw Family August of 2023 and looks forward to seeing all the new pets that come in!
Client Service Representative
Megan joined the La Paw team in September 2023. Megan lived in Central Oregon most of her life, besides a brief few years in Southern California. She has always been an animal lover and enjoys every minute she gets to spend with furry friends. In Megan’s free time, she enjoys hanging out with her daughter, Ashtyn, and golden retriever, Primrose.
Marissa has lived in central Oregon for the last 3 years she is originally from California. She has always had a passion for animals big and small. She did volunteer work at a horse ranch when she was younger and has always had animals of her own from dogs, cats, and rabbits. She currently has a dog named Stout and one rabbit named Bebe. In her free time you can find her with her husband and son.
Suzanne has lived in the Central Oregon area most of her life. Before starting at La Paw, Suzanne worked in several other animal care positions at the Humane Society of Central Oregon, other clinics, and a boarding facility. She wants to continue with her education to become a CVT as soon as possible. Suzanne currently has 3 cats, but would love nothing more than to own a farm with her husband and daughter so she can once again have goats, chickens, and more.