Pioneer Veterinary Hospital

Pioneer Veterinary Hospital was established in 1985 by Dr. Peter Miller and Dr. Daniel Cameron. Dr. Tracy Solis has worked at Pioneer since 2014 after graduating from Washington State University. In early 2019, Dr. Solis became the proud new owner of the veterinary practice and has been serving the community here in Tillamook since. We are a mixed animal practice providing care to every type of animal under the sun, from dogs to dairy herds.
Our Mission

Our Mission

Our mission is to improve the health and well-being of pets and livestock through quality veterinary care, education and exceptional client services.
Our Staff

Our Staff

Our compassionate staff strives to enhance the life of your animals for the betterment of our community and for our fundamental love of animals.
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Our Team

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Dr. Tracy Solis, DVM

Owner

Dr. Solis starting working in Tillamook as a mixed animal veterinarian in November of 2014 and is now the proud new owner of Pioneer Veterinary Hospital! Most days she is working in the field with large animals (dairy cattle, beef cattle, horses and goats) but also works in the clinic with small animals. She graduated from Washington State University with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2014. She received a Master’s Degree from WSU in 2010 after studying bovine mastitis. Dr. Solis grew up in Longview, WA and attended Western Washington University where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in 2007. She lives in Tillamook with her husband, 3 children, 1 dog, 1 cat, 11 chickens, and fish. Outside of work, she enjoys crabbing, clamming, hiking, and attending Sacred Heart Catholic Church with her family.
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Dr. Daniel Cameron, DVM

Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Cameron is a native Oregonian and was raised in Portland, but spent a lot of time in North Tillamook County at the family beach cabin in Twin Rocks. He attended Portland State University and later Oregon State University, graduating in 1978 with a Bachelors of Science in Microbiology and a Bachelors of Science in General Biology. In 1983 as a member of the first graduating class, he received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oregon State. He has two adult children, three cats and five grand-dogs. On his days off, he likes to take advantage of the many outdoor activities our area has to offer and enjoy kayaking, fishing and hiking.
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Dr. Jennifer Witt, DVM

Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Jennifer Witt attended the University of Nevada for her undergraduate degree and graduated with herDoctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree from Washington State University in 2014. Followinggraduation, she and Mark married and moved to Southern California, where they practiced small animal medicine and surgery for 5 years. They have two young children: Chase born in 2016 and Liliana, born2018. In April of 2019, the Witt family packed up the dog and cats to move to Tillamook and start work atPioneer! In her free time, Jen enjoys exploring and spending time outdoors with the family, painting, and beach days.
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Dr. Mark Witt, DVM

Associate Veterinarian
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Dr. Kate Steinkamp, DVM

Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Peter Miller, DVM

Associate Veterinarian
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Sara

Veterinary Technician
Sara has lived in Tillamook most of her life, growing up on a beef and sheep farm. She graduated from Linn-Benton Community College with an Animal Science degree and has nine years of experience in the veterinary setting. She loves working for Pioneer Veterinary Hospital and helping all the animals. She learns something new almost daily and loves the people she works with. In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her family, raising sheep, and taking Tap & Jazz dance classes. She and her husband and have one daughter.
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Jimmie

Veterinary Technician
Jimmie worked as an emergency Veterinary Technician in Arizona before moving back home to the Tillamook area. He now has what he describes as the pleasure of working with both small and large animals.
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Ruth

Veterinary Technician
Ruth was born and raised in Tillamook on her family's dairy farm. Even as a kid, she knew she wanted to take care of animals. She graduated from Portland Community College in 2015 with an associates degree in Veterinary Technology. She moved back to work at Pioneer Veterinary Hospital. When she’s not at the clinic, you can usually find her working on the family dairy. In her free time she enjoys driving her team of Fjord horses, Bud and Billy, as well as long walks, photography and baking. She has a dog named Daisy who she brought home to foster on her first day of work. She loved the scruffy, bouncy, little dog so much that she found her forever home on the farm.
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Sonna

Veterinary Technician
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Fran

Management
Fran and her husband and have lived in Tillamook for over 22 years, raising their 5 children on their family farm. They have 2 dogs, Annie and Jasper, and 6 cats, Milo, Mo, Boo, Fred, Beerus and Cocoa. Fran has worked for Pioneer Veterinary Hospital since 2006 and loves it here. She says it's not a typical job, there is always something new to learn and there is never a dull moment.
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Cynthia

Management
Cynthia grew up here in Tillamook County and loves the small town vibe. She has worked in customer service for many years and loves it, too. She’s been with Pioneer Veterinary Hospital since 2012, loving her job and getting to see animals everyday, especially puppies. She currently has one dog, a frenchie/boston named Chica. She also has 2 cats, Josie and Kitty Meow Meow.
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Marissa

Receptionist
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Beth

Receptionist
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Bethany

Receptionist

Pioneer Veterinary Hospital in Tillamook

The team at Pioneer Veterinary Hospital provides wellness & preventive care, emergency pet care, pet dental care, spay & neuter procedures, pet surgery & orthopedics, avian & exotic veterinary care and house calls & mobile services for small animals as well as veterinary care for cattle, equines, small ruminants & camelids, pigs, poultry & other large animals in Tillamook County, Astoria, Lincoln City, Cloverdale and the surrounding areas..