Maple Leaf Veterinarians

DrSchiniBWDr. Scott Schini received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Wisconsin. He practiced in Wisconsin and Chicago before moving to Seattle with his wife, Alice, and opening Maple Leaf Veterinary Care Center in its previous location in the neighborhood. They live with their rambunctious collies, Skye and Riley, along with their cats, Ollie and Leo. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, traveling, gardening, and visiting the local dog parks.


 

Dr. Bridget Drinon grew up in Alaska before attending Washington State University. After graduating in 2011 she moved to the west side with her husband and border collie Indy. Dr. Drinon enjoys surgery, dentistry, and partnering with owners to provide the best care possible for their pets. In her free time she enjoys running, traveling, and competing in canine agility.

 


Dr. Elizabeth Teyssier received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Oregon State University in 2019. Although she grew up in southern California, during her time in Oregon she fell in love with the beautiful Pacific Northwest and decided to continue to move north. She lives with her partner Molly, a perfect cat named Lady Sybil, and a very mischievous cat named Scoop. Dr. Teyssier has a particular interest in dermatology, surgery, and geriatric feline medicine. In her spare time she enjoys baking, crafts, and tending to her houseplants.


Dr. Moriah Morrison is a Midwestern transplant, graduating from the University of Missouri’s College of Veterinary Medicine (Go Tigers!) in 2018. After visiting and falling in love with the PNW, Moriah and her partner, Chris, settled in Seattle with their two dogs and cat. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, camping, and live music. Dr. Morrison feels lucky to be able to share her love for animals in her daily work by partnering with pet parents to provide quality care to their fur babies. 


Dr. Anne Heskel graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine in 2006.  She practiced in Boston and NYC before moving with her family to the beautiful PNW in 2017. Her professional interests include dentistry, dermatology, internal medicine and the environmental needs of geriatric pets.  As a veterinarian, Dr. Heskel enjoys combining her love of problem-solving with the intricate details of medicine and the adorableness of dogs and cats.  She shares her home with her husband, two daughters, and two socially inept cats.