It is our mission to create a positive experience through veterinary medicine for our patients, clients, staff, and community. Our healthcare team strives to provide quality medical care in a safe, clean, respectful, and compassionate environment. Our staff is committed to excellent service and genuine concern for our client and their animals. It starts with CARE and ends with PRIDE.
Welcome to Bailey Veterinary Clinic where we provide exceptional care for every patient, every time.
Our practice has multiple veterinarians to assist you with the needs of your precious companion animals and those of your large animal friends as well. We are a full-service hospital that sees appointments, walk-ins, and emergencies and we constantly strive to provide the absolute best in veterinary medicine.
In order to give our loyal, established clients the best service possible, anyone who comes into the clinic on a walk-in basis and has not been seen in the clinic in the past seven years will be charged a walk-in fee of $25. Should you decide to make an appointment for your veterinary needs, this fee will be waived. We understand that scheduling an appointment is sometimes difficult due to your work schedules or other unforeseen circumstances, but we encourage everyone to make an appointment for general exams and vaccines and save the walk-in time slots for emergencies and acute care exams. Our patients and clients are an important part of our amazing team and we can't wait to welcome you to the Bailey family!
We provide service in a friendly, timely, and efficient way. All clients are special and deserve our undivided attention when they are with us. We are committed to the interests of our clients in particular and for the welfare of our community in general.
Meet the Doctors
Barry Downie, DVM
Starting out in the clinic as a kennel crew team member in his teenage years, Dr. Barry quickly climbed the educational ladder and graduated from Oregon State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008 and returned to Baileys to work as an associate veterinarian. Fast forward a few years, adding a lot of hard work and dedication, Dr. Barry is now one of the owners of Bailey Veterinary Clinic.
Jill Giri, DVM
Dr. Jill has always had a love for animals and an interest in medicine. She graduated from UC Davis with an emphasis in equine medicine. Baileys welcomed her into the family back in 2007 and we haven't had a dull moment since. She always loves coming to work and keeps the clients and staff on their toes with her quick wit and positive personality.
Paul Bailey, DVM
Dr. Paul wanted to be a veterinarian for as long as he can remember. He grew up bringing his animals to Baileys and started working here in high school as a member of our kennel crew staff.
Kyle Henrikson, DVM
We were more than ecstatic to welcome Dr. Kyle into the Bailey family in May of 2013. He graduated from Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. During the five years prior to Bailey's, he worked as a mixed animal practitioner in Hermiston, Or.
Erin Lane, DVM
Erin was born and raised in Caldwell, Idaho. Her love of animals and veterinary medicine started when she was young and surrounded by lots of different critters. She attended veterinary school at Western University in California. She has always wanted to practice mixed animal medicine and is looking forward to every day
Megan Packham, DVM
Dr. Megan joins us after seven years in mixed-animal practice in her hometown of Banks, OR. She is a 2010 graduate of the Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Lindsey Cheetham, DVM
Dr. Lindsey is a new graduate from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She was part of their regional program (Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah) so she spent her first two years of veterinary school at Utah State University School of Veterinary Medicine. She spent her undergraduate time at Montana State University in Bozeman.
Meaghan Eschliman, DVM
Dr. Meaghan is a new graduate who is originally from Eugene, and after graduating from Midwestern University in Arizona, she and her husband William were thrilled to be able to come back to Oregon to work.