Meet Our Team

Our Doctors

Barry Downie, DVM

Barry Downie, DVM

Veterinarian
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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. He and his wife Sara have two amazing kids! A son named Cade and a daughter named McKinley. Their fur family consists of three goofy dogs, Briar, Stretch, and Ryder. The family enjoys the rural area, especially all of the outdoor activities. Dr. Barry loves the variety that a mixed animal practice provides and constantly strives to provide the very best in veterinary care.

Paul Bailey, DVM

Paul Bailey, DVM

Veterinarian

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.

He graduated from Oregon State School of Veterinary Medicine in 2008 and practiced medicine in Wasilla, Alaska for nearly 5 years before returning home to Bailey Veterinary Clinic in 2012.

Within the clinic, Dr.Paul enjoys getting to know his patients with compassion and patience. His special interests include soft tissue surgery, orthopedics, general medicine, and sheep and goat medicine. Dr. Paul says, ” I enjoy my family time with my wife and 3 children, including our new arrival of twins in January of 2014”. His fur family consists of 2 dogs and 2 cats.

Away from the clinic, his interests include outdoor activities and raising sheep.

Kyle Henrickson,  DVM

Kyle Henrikson, DVM

Veterinarian

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.

He and his wife Charlene have 2 sons Rio and Cash and a beautiful baby girl named Sage. They also have an Australian Shepard mix named Wiley who goes everywhere with them. In their spare time they enjoy hunting, fishing, white water rafting, and many other outdoor activities

Erin Pugh, DVM

Erin Pugh, DVM

Veterinarian

Dr.Erin joined the Bailey family in July of 2014 after graduating from Oregon State College of Veterinary Medicine.

Her favorite area within the clinic is surgery but she excels in everything that she does. She is a great people person” and has excellent communication skills. Growing up on a family ranch in eastern Oregon, Dr. Erin is no stranger to the great outdoors and in her spare time, she enjoys hiking and riding horses. She can also be found reading a good book or catching a movie.

ERIN LANE, DVM

Erin Lane, DVM

Veterinarian

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 being new and exciting.

She currently shares her home with a lab mix, two cats, and a horse. In her spare time, she enjoys the outdoors. Her favorite activities include hiking, camping, and fishing. She is excited to live in Oregon and can’t wait to enjoy everything the area has to offer.

In July of 2016, Dr. Lane and Benji welcomed a beautiful baby girl into the world. Congrats on the arrival of little Rylee Sofia!

Megan Packham, DVM

Megan Packham, DVM

Veterinarian

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 who moved to Roseburg with her husband, David, to help run their family's Angus cattle ranch. In her spare time she competes her horse, Riley, in eventing (equestrian triathlon). She also keeps a house cat named Smudge, a blue heeler (Dusty), and a crew of barn cats at the ranch.

Megan Packham, DVM

Lindsey Cheetham, DVM

Veterinarian

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.

Lindsey grew up in Utah and enjoyed her summers outdoors and camping, as well as at her family cattle ranch in Northeastern Montana. She’s excited for mixed animal practice for the continual challenges of different species as well as working closely with owners to foster the human-animal-bond with their pets. Brought with her on her move to Oregon includes two dogs, (Willow a yellow lab, and Diesel a Belgian Tervuren) and one cat (Morty). In her spare time, she enjoys dock-diving competitions with Diesel, exploring Oregon and all the outdoor activities it has to offer, reading a good book, and hopes to eventually find time to get back into horse riding.

Megan Packham, DVM

Meaghan Eschliman, DVM

Veterinarian

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. She especially enjoys working with horses, cows, goats, and sheep but also loves working with dogs and cats. She has two dogs, Kalvin, and Patches, as well as a cat (who thinks he is a dog) named Hobbes. In her spare time, she likes to read, as well as go horseback riding, hiking, and scuba diving.

Samantha, DVM

Samantha Boyajian, DVM

Veterinarian

Dr. Boyajian (pronounced "boy-ah-jin" - not as scary as it looks!) graduated from Kansas State University in 2019. Born and raised in Kansas, she went to K-State (Go Cats!) for both her undergraduate degree in Animal Science and veterinary degree. She fell in love with the idea of mixed animal practice during her undergrad years when her animal science degree helped her develop a passion for animal agriculture and agriculture as a whole. Becoming a pivotal role in animal welfare is the driving force behind Dr. Boyajian's desire to be a veterinarian. Animals can serve many roles in people's lives, and she looks forward to working with the wonderful clientele at Bailey's to determine how to best keep those animal roles and relationships at the forefront every day.

She has one pet that made the move cross country - her dachshund, Todd, (named after the character in the movie "The Fox and the Hound"). She loves rainy days and reading, and hopes to start fishing more with all the wonderful opportunities that the area surrounding Roseburg offers!