Acorn Mobile Veterinary Services, LLC is proud to serve Maple Valley, WA and surrounding areas. We are dedicated to providing the same level of professional small animal care that you would receive in a traditional clinic setting while allowing for the personal touch our mobile clinic offers. We believe in treating every patient like our own pet by giving them the same loving attention and care that we would give our own family member.
Katya Dass-Hillard, DVM
Dr. Katya Dass-Hillard (aka Dr. Dass) graduated from Virginia Tech in 1997. Before starting Acorn Mobile Veterinary Services, she owned a traditional small animal clinic then worked as an associate Veterinarian at that clinic. By starting her mobile clinic, her goal is to spend more time with her clients and their pets to figure out the best wellness care and treatment plan options. By coming to you, she hopes to decrease the stress to pets and owners that visits to a traditional clinic setting can bring. She has a special interest in behavioral medicine, internal medicine and preventative medicine. She loves the concept of the one-on-one care that comes with house calls and looks forward to being an active part of your pet’s care. When not working, she enjoys her busy life with her 3 boys, 3 dogs, cat, fish and bird.
Georgia Fleming graduated from PIMA medical institute with her veterinary assisting certification in 2010. She has been in the veterinary field since obtaining her certificate working as a receptionist and assistant for a small animal veterinary clinic. By joining Acorn Mobile Veterinary Services, Georgia plans to dedicate herself to building strong and long-term relationships with their clients and their pets and to be able to offer the best possible personalized and compassionate veterinary experience. The mobile veterinary clinic option is giving her the opportunity to spend more time with her clients, minimize pet and owner anxiety, and create more personal, convenient and individualize pet care. In her personal life, Georgia enjoys working and playing on her computer as well as spending time with her four rescue cats, two rescue dogs from Montana, and her Russian tortoise.