Dr. Hartung graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1984, and received her veterinary degree from Oklahoma State University in 1988. She attained specialty board certification in Canine and Feline Practice by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in 1995, and joined Redmond Fall City Animal Hospital in January 1996.
She and her husband enjoy time at home with a Portuguese Water Dog, an Australian Shepherd and two cats. In addition, her daughters bring their critters home from college to visit regularly, so the household can get wild and wooly! In her free time, Terri enjoys hiking, reading (history, literature and education), writing (essays and short fiction), traveling to Disney Parks as often as possible, and volunteering with dog 4-H. At work her special interests include internal medicine, behavior, and pediatric/geriatric care.
Dr. Erin Maillet
Dr. Maillet graduated from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. While in veterinary school, she wrote a thesis paper on mercury contamination of endangered river turtles in Venezuela. After graduation, Dr. Maillet practiced just north of Boston. She moved with her husband to the Seattle area in 2002. She has worked as an emergency veterinarian, shelter veterinarian and as a general practitioner. She found her home at Redmond Fall City Animal Hospital in 2008 where she is the current medical director. Her special interests include internal medicine, soft tissue surgery and preventative medicine. When her husband, two tweens, two cats and a dog allow her a moment of spare time, she enjoys running, reading, traveling and gardening.
Dr. Kristina Schwartz
Dr. Schwartz received her undergraduate degree in Russian Studies from Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania. She worked in Russia for a year on a large dairy farm before attending the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, where she graduated in 2019. Dr. Schwartz was the president of the veterinary school nutrition club and has been involved with cows, chickens, and small ruminants in addition to cats and dogs. Her interests include dermatology, internal medicine, surgery, and any animal that might live on a farm. Dr. Schwartz and her husband, both originally from the East coast, enjoy their new life in the Pacific Northwest, where they frequently run, hike, rock climb, and go on other adventures.