Dr. Rich Long

Dr. Rich Long was born and raised in Colfax Washington, a small farming town on the Eastern side of the State. While growing up he worked on ranches in the area. His father was the Veterinarian for Colfax, so it was natural that he spent a lot of time working with him and developed his interest in Veterinary medicine at a young age.

Upon graduation from High School, Dr. Long attended the University of Idaho and graduated with a Bachelors degree in Range and Animal Science. He then matriculated to New Mexico State University and finished a Master’s of Science in Animal Science before moving to Corvallis to enter Veterinary School at Oregon State University.

After Graduation from OSU and a two year stint at the Animal Emergency Clinic in Lynwood Washington, Dr. Long joined the staff as an associate Veterinarian at Klamath Animal Clinic in December of 1989. He currently practices small and large animal medicine and surgery.

Dr. Long is also a Public Health Officer in the the Oregon Air National Guard. He deployed to Afghanistan in 2009 in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and continues to support the 173rd Fighter Wing at Kingsley Field.

Dr. Long and his wife Lori reside in Klamath Falls were they have four children and a menagerie of dogs, cats and horses.

Dr. Robert Fisher

Dr. Robert Fisher was born in San Francisco and raised with two brothers and a sister on the San Francisco Peninsula. He worked as a teen on ranches on the California coast, south of Half Moon Bay.

He Graduated from the University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, Dr. Fisher served four years as a Public Health Veterinarian in the U.S. Air Force in Southeast Asia and Japan.

Dr. Fisher Practiced large and small animal medicine in Point Reyes Station, California for 38 years were he had an interest in orthopedic surgery, ophthalmology, and dairy cattle reproduction. He sold the practice in 2002 and moved to Bonanza, Oregon in 2005. He joined the staff of Klamath Animal Clinic in 2008 and continues practice small animal medicine and surgery.

Dr. Fisher and Fisher and Carole Anne have four children, three step-children, and seven grandchildren. They raise Navajo-Churro sheep, cattle and hay on a small ranch in Langell Valley.

Besides the ranch, animals and dogs, they enjoy traveling to see the grand kids, traveling around the west, fishing and camping, whitewater rafting and visiting his sister in Italy.

Dr. Samantha Wilson

Dr. Samantha Wilson was raised the Washington side of the Columbia Gorge with her younger brother and parents.

She graduated from Central Washington University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology. She attended Veterinary school on the gorgeous Caribbean island of Grenada and received her Veterinary Degree from St. Georges University in 2007.

Dr. Wilson joined the staff at Klamath Animal Clinic in 2007. She enjoys working with her small animal clients and her interests include internal medicine. She also is the only certified veterinary Acupuncturist in Klamath Falls and enjoys mixing in Eastern medicine to help her patients.

Dr. Wilson currently resides in Klamath Falls with Jeb, who is an Arborist in Klamath Falls, and their furry family.

During her off time, she enjoys outdoor activities and exploring the Klamath Basin with her three dogs as well as curling up with a good book and her four cats.