Dr. Lindsy Bevins and her husband, Ryan, made the move to the Olympic Peninsula from our neighbor to the south, Oregon. Corvallis was home while Dr. Bevins finished her veterinary schooling at Oregon State University. She has also studied medical acupuncture for veterinarians through Colorado State University. Dr. Bevins and her husband met each other in Seattle and both had been to the Peninsula several times. The couple had hoped that someday they would be able to call this area home, so when the chance arose to move here, they did not hesitate!
Dr. Bevins and her husband share a love of animals and have created a home for their son and an assortment of pets. They have three cats with ten legs between them and two dogs, Vegas, a Hound mix and Banjo, an American Bulldog-Husky mix, with the appropriate number of legs. A smallish creature that looks like a cat but is actually the embodiment of adorableness with a touch of naughtiness wrapped up in a warm, fuzzy, body is their kitty, Krill. Kona and Diego, the BLM Mustangs, round out the animal portion of the Bevins clan.
When not looking after the animals, the family enjoys playing outside. “We love the outdoors and pray for waves in the summer and snow in the winter.” They are learning all the best places to hike, the best places to ride, and the best places to paddleboard and surf.