Radka Busina D.V.M.
Dr. Radka Busina D.V.M., a resident of Yelm, has over 22 years of experience in the medical field. Dr. Busina’s medical experience began as an ICU pediatric nurse in Europe before expanding her medical expertise to her four-legged friends.
Graduating from University of Montreal in 1998, she dedicated an additional year to further her education by participating in an optional intensive internship program in emergency medicine. During that year, Dr. Busina also worked closely with specialists in internal medicine, orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, ophthalmology, dermatology, and cardiology to strengthen her skill in those fields.
She has authored a research article pertinent to emergency medicine and mentored many interns of veterinary medicine while working at The Pet Doctor in Lakewood, Washington from 1999-2007. Also while at The Pet Doctor, she gained further experience in Dentistry working side-by-side with Dr. Gene Storby DDS. And was also able to expand on her knowledge and experience in Canine Reproduction while working with Dr. Cindy Smith D.V.M..
Currently, Dr Busina is studying the benefits of using eastern medicine in conjunction with conventional veterinary care, and is working to incorporate some aspects of integrative medicine in her approach to the treatment of chronic and debilitating diseases and conditions.
Tibor Kozacek D.V.M.
Dr. Tibor Kozacek D.V.M., a graduate of Veterinary Medicine in Slovakia, completed North American training at Prince Edward Island Canada in 1997. Dr. Kozacek has been licensed in the State of Washington since 2001. Previous experience includes working in a surgical veterinary clinic in Chicago, as well as working in a general practice with emphasis on surgery in British Columbia. His primary focus is soft-tissue surgery and all levels of dentistry.
Our Relief Veterinarian:
Dr. Donna Fellows D.V.M.
Dr. Donna Fellows graduated from the School of Veterinary Medicine at University of California, Davis, in 1973. Her diverse background includes a BA in Zoology, an equine residency at the University of Illinois, and work at multiple animal emergency hospitals.