Meet Our Team

Carrie Webb, DVM

Associate Veterinarian
General Practice

Dr. Carrie Webb has been providing passionate veterinary care at Alpine Animal Hospital since 2004. She believes that through listening and collaboration with her clients, they can provide their pets with the best quality of life possible. She focuses on the importance of preventative medicine and loves helping puppy and kitten parents get off to a good start and then seeing them through a lifetime of care. Dr. Webb developed a passion for veterinary medicine at an early age while shadowing her cousin, Dr. Dennis Ross. She pursued an Animal Science degree at UC Davis and completed her veterinary degree at University of Missouri, Columbia. She received the coveted Seattle’s Top Vets award by the community. As a PNW native, Dr. Webb can be seen hiking trails with Reacher (Doberman Pincer), Gizmo (Shih Tzu), and Bella and Bentley (Cavalier King Charles Spaniels) or teaching children to ski at Snoqualmie summit. She is also active in community outreach through Eastridge Cares and Hope Alliance for Children.

Wendy Conaway, DVM

Associate Veterinarian
General Practice

Dr. Wendy Conaway has been a dedicated member of the Alpine Animal Hospital Team for over 15 years. Dr. Conaway strives to build client relationships through education with the goal of helping her patients live longer and healthier lives. She loves caring for pets of all life stages and is especially excited about canine and feline dentistry and oral health care. She received a BA in English from University of New Orleans, where she grew up, and then joined the Alpine team as Practice Manager. It was during that time that she realized she was destined to care for animals. She attended Washington State University while still working summers at Alpine as a veterinary assistant until she returned with a degree in veterinary medicine. Dr. Conaway enjoys reading with her cats Eva and Finn, skiing, hiking, paddle boarding and RV’ing with her dogs Ember, the Lab mix and Porter, the Mastiff mix.

Tuyet Hoang, DVM

Associate Veterinarian
General Practice

Dr. Tuyet-Anh Hoang joined Alpine Animal Hospital in the summer of 2014. She feels that is important to get to know her patients and their families and she aims to help by using a practical, but thorough approach. She finds reward in helping clients manage their pets though challenging internal medicine and chronic disease conditions. Dr. Hoang attended the University of Washington before attending the Western University of Health Sciences, College of Veterinary Sciences in Pomona, CA. She returned home to the PNW in 2013 and completed a one-year internship at the Veterinary Specialty Center in Lynnwood, WA where she received extensive training on emergency and critical care, internal medicine, surgery, neurology, and ophthalmology. Dr. Hoang enjoy traveling to Vietnam to visit family, cooking and hiking. Her furry friends include her cats Pumpkin and Monkey and her teeny tiny Chihuahua Mimi. She is also involved in pet volunteer work locally and has traveled internationally to help domestic animals worldwide in spay/neuter and other veterinary health missions.

Catherine Cotton, DVM

Associate Veterinarian
General Practice

Dr. Catherine Cotton has been with Alpine Animal Hospital for 12 of her 22 years as a practicing Veterinarian. Her philosophy is to treat her patients as if they were part of her own family. She spent 17 years as a paramedic and firefighter in Maui, HI and For Collins, CO before deciding to focus on another passion, Veterinary Medicine. She graduated from Colorado State College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and began practicing small and large animal medicine in Alaska until relocating to Washington state, where she joined the Alpine team. While Dr. Cotton is knowledgeable in all areas of general practice, she particularly enjoys soft tissue surgery. She also helps clients complete any International Health Certification process to ensure all requirements are met so they can safely take their pets with them when traveling internationally. Dr. Cotton has opened her home to many rescued dogs over the years including Brittany Spaniels, Dalmatians, and many other mixed breed dogs. When she’s not traveling, you might see her hiking with Chyna, her geriatric Dalmatian or out gardening her beautiful yard. Dr. Cotton also volunteers regularly as an EMT with the Snoqualmie Fire Department.

Mary Ellsworth, DVM

Associate Veterinarian
Urgent Care

Dr. Mary Ellsworth joined the Alpine Animal Hospital team in 2010. She loves that the patients she treats on Urgent Care can to return to Alpine’s general practice department for their follow up care. This allows her to be able monitor her patients’ progress in a way that wouldn’t be possible without having general practice under the same roof. Dr. Ellsworth spent her first 12 years working with animals as a Veterinary Technician in Internal Medicine, Emergency and Critical Care and Shelter Medicine in California. She relocated to WA to attend the Veterinary program at Washington State University. Following graduation, she completed a rotating internship at the Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle. She is most excited about wound repair and managing those treatments with surgery and bandage care. Dr. Ellsworth is also passionate about mentoring Veterinary Students, new Veterinarians or any team member interested in learning more. Dr. Ellsworth has a senior Greyhound named Mortimer at home. When she’s not at Alpine, she enjoys hitting the antique stores looking for midcentury modern furniture and exploring the city with her family.

Mary Schmid, DVM

Associate Veterinarian
Urgent Care

Bio coming soon!

Anna Smith, DVM

Associate Veterinarian
Urgent Care

Dr. Anna Smith is the newest addition to the Alpine. She joined the team in 2018 after completing a small animal rotating internship at the Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle. This internship prepared her to work with a wide variety of cases every day, which is exactly what she does as an Urgent Care doctor. Her specific areas of interest are critical care and ophthalmology. Dr. Smith is originally from the Midwest and attended Purdue University in Indiana, where she received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She relocated to the Pacific Northwest for her internship and loved it so much that decided to become a permanent Washingtonian. As such, she spends as much time as she can hiking, running, snowboarding, kayaking, and paddle boarding. When she’s not outside, Dr. Smith likes to venture to new restaurants or try out new recipes at home. She has a trio of pets including a Hound mix named Lacey, a Labrador named Quill and a geriatric cat named Sasquatch.