Meet Our Team

Our Doctors

Barry Downie, DVM

Dr. Barry, 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. He and his wife Sara have two amazing kids! A son named Cade and a daughter named McKinley. Their fur family consists of four goofy dogs, Briar, Stretch, Ryder and Jasper. 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

Dr. Paul, 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.

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

Dr. Kyle, 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.

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

Dr. Cheetham, DVM


Dr. Cheetham is a 2019 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.

Dr. Cheetham 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

Dr. Eschliman, DVM


Dr. Eschliman is a 2019 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

Dr. Boyajian, DVM


Dr. Boyajian was born and raised in Kansas but has called Oregon home for many years now. She has been involved in the veterinary world for more than 15 years since starting as a "kennel kid" and worked hard at achieving her veterinary license and becoming a full-fledged doctor from Kansas State University in 2019. Dr. Boyajian was raised in a family who worked tirelessly to give back to their community via hometown services and that ethic has easily transferred to her work as a veterinarian here in Roseburg. Dr. Boyajian enjoys the many species she has the opportunity to call patients at Bailey's - from farm animal production to canine/feline preventative medicine to the husbandry of exotic pets and equine injuries; it is never the same day and that's what keeps things exciting!When she isn't working she enjoys being outdoors (rain or shine), improving her angling, hiking the coast with her dachshund named Todd and enjoying the many facets Oregon has to offer.

Britt, DVM

Dr. Britt​​​​​​​, DVM​​​​​​​


We were delighted to welcome Dr. Britt in June of 2022, Dr, Britt brings so much to the table with her enthusiasm and tatent. She graduated from Oregon State College of Veterinary Medicine in June of 2022. Dr. Britt grew up in Arizona, where she received her undergraduate degree from Arizona State University. Growing up in a family that has always included many four legged members, Dr. Britt was very active in the local 4-H program. Her passion for veterinary medicine truly blossomed after her first jobs included working for an equine dentist, as well as a veterinarian whose focus work included equine lameness. The possibility of helping creatures of all sizes is what drew Dr. Britt to Bailey Veterinary Clinic, and she especially enjoys all aspects of equine dentistry. In her spare time, she loves kayaking with her dachshund Paisley, ranch sorting, and spending time with family.

Danielle, DVM

Dr. Petrini​​​​​​​, DVM​​​​​​​


Dr. Petrini was born on the central coast of California but calls Spokane, WA home. She received her Bachelor’s of Equine and Animal Science from Colorado State University in 2015 where she spent as much time as possible on ranches in Montana and eastern Colorado. After graduation she worked and played in Kentucky with some of the top racehorses and spent a year exploring and working in the equine and livestock industries in Australia. When it was time to settle in Dr. Petrini went through veterinary school at Washington State University, graduating in May of 2022.

Wanting to become a veterinarian for as long as she can remember, Dr. Petrini still in fact has “records” from “patients” she saw in the laundry room when she was 6 years old. She attributes much of her success throughout the years to the many wonderful mentors and animals she’s gotten to know and work with.

Dr. Petrini comes to Roseburg with her partner Anthony and their two dogs, Otto and Lady. She is excited to be serving a variety of animals and really appreciates the supportive staff, patient and client community, and the spectrum of medicine we offer at Bailey Vet. In her time off Dr. Petrini enjoys exploring local fare, anything outdoors, baking, and spending time with family. She loves the color green, a hot day at the lake, and Petrini’s Italian Dressing.

Danielle, DVM

Dr. Buktenica​​​​​​​, DVM​​​​​​​


​​​​​​​Dr. Buktenica, DVM is a recent graduate of UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. She enjoyed her time in school and found the challenge of veterinary medicine to be very rewarding. Tracking Mixed Animal for her education, she enjoys working with dogs, cats, goats, sheep, horses, and any other critter who needs medical care.

Dr. Buktenica was raised at Crater Lake National Park, so the move to Roseburg brings her back close to home and family. She moved to Roseburg with her Australian Shepherd, Gobi, and her rescue cat, Chloe. During her time away from the clinic Dr. Buktenica heads outdoors to enjoy many of her hobbies.

She enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine and has a special passion for oncology and internal medicine cases. She is committed to volunteering within her community, and has worked with several free spay/neuter - well animal clinics while in Davis, CA. She hopes to continue her service as her career develops.

Danielle, DVM

Dr. Stuck​​​​​​​, DVM​​​​​​​


Dr. Stuck is such a welcome addition to our team of Veterinarians! She came to work with us in October 2023. Dr. Stuck was so impressed by the family and caring environment we have here at Bailey Veterinary Clinic, that she knew, this was the spot for her.

Dr. Stuck is very excited to be in the Douglas County area as her family is here, and after living abroad for the last 4 years, being close to home is nice. In her free time she enjoys cooking, hiking, reading, and exploring the area. She also has a very passionate interest in plants and is looking forward to building her collection now that she is here in Roseburg. Her favorite animal is the cow, specifically the Hairy Coo which is native to Scotland. Dr. Stuck really enjoys sports and is looking for some local teams to join. Her goal in life is to continue to travel internationally and visit more countries! She is currently at 15!

Danielle, DVM

Dr. Baker​​​​​​​, DVM​​​​​​​


Dr. Baker is a 2023 graduate of the University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine where she also completed her undergraduate degree in animal science after transferring from community college. She grew up in the mountains outside of Santa Cruz California. Her livestock interests started with showing dairy goats in 4-H, then as an undergraduate student she worked at the UC Davis dairy and helped out with the beef herd and dairy and meat goat herds on campus. Dr. Baker can’t wait to meet and care for all your animals from your tiniest new kitten to your range cows. Dr. Baker has many hobbies including waterskiing, snow skiing, mountain biking, dancing and diy home projects. She has a goal of eventually visiting every waterfall in the highway 138 corridor.

Danielle, DVM

Dr. Phelps​​​​​​​, DVM​​​​​​​


Dr. Cierrah is a 2023 graduate of Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. After coming for a visit here at Bailey Veterinary Clinic, Dr. Cierrah knew this was the place for her, with our happy and supportive staff. Dr. Cierrah brought along her husband & 2 dogs, Trudy and Sadie. Her pups love walks, fetch, bird watching, pawing for attention and occasionally, Trudy, thinks she is a cat. In her free time, you will find Dr. Cierrah reading, kayaking, spending time with family and friends, enjoying the outdoors or doing DIY projects on her house. A few goals that she has are, traveling to experience one new location a year whether state side or abroad and to learn a new language!