Dr. Danielle Wyatt
Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology, graduated from Ross University College of Veterinary Medicine with clinical training at Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. She performed her rotating internship at BluePearl Veterinary Partners in Tampa, FL. Dr. Wyatt completed her dermatology residency at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine where she developed a passion for communication, teaching, and clinical research.
Dr. Wyatt has authored many published papers in various journals including: The journal of Veterinary Dermatology, Veterinary Records, and Veterinary Case Reports. She continues to engage in clinical research and the teaching of veterinary dermatology. She has extensive training and a great interest in CO2 laser surgery. Dr. Wyatt has a special interest in the management of chronic skin conditions including: allergies, otitis, autoimmune disorders, and more. She is very excited to be relocating to the PNW from Florida and will be serving the Lacey community.
Dr. Danielle R. Tulloss
American College of Veterinary Dermatology Resident
Danielle R. Tulloss was born in Redmond, Washington, and grew up in Yakima, Washington. She graduated from Washington State University with a BS in Neuroscience in 2006 and received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) in 2010. After graduating veterinary school Dr. Tulloss commissioned as a Captain in the Army in 2010.
Dr. Tulloss then completed an internship at Fort Belvoir, VA, similar to a civilian internship program, designed to train new graduates in clinical medicine, managerial skills, leadership, and public health and food protection.
Subsequently, Dr. Tulloss completed a deployment at Naval Air Station Bahrain, where she was responsible for operating a veterinary clinic and for complete medical care for the largest military working dog kennel in the Central Command area of operations. Following her deployment in Bahrain, Dr. Tulloss’ served as medical director from 2012 to 2015 in Vicenza, Italy, where she managed two military veterinary treatment clinics in Northern and Central Italy. Dr. Tulloss went on to become the Medical Director of Veterinary Services in Fort Leavenworth, KS, where she managed three veterinary hospitals. While she was medical director of Fort Leavenworth Veterinary Treatment Facility, her hospital applied for and achieved American Animal Hospital Association's initial accreditation for the first time ever in 2017, one of the few military clinics to attempt this goal.
Dr. Tulloss left active duty as a Major in 2018, joined the U.S. Army Reserves, and started a small animal general practice and emergency relief service serving Thurston, Pierce, and surrounding counties. In the Army Reserves, she is a veterinary preventive medicine officer for Public Health Activity – Fort Lewis on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA.
Dr. Tulloss has an eight-year-old daughter, Nadia, and an 11-year-old Coonhound, Necie. In her free time, she loves spending time with family, baking, exercising, and running. A lover of languages, Dr. Tulloss is fluent in Italian and enjoys practicing Italian and French, and traveling locally and overseas. Dr. Tulloss became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine in 2021.
Alissa first started out by getting certified as a positive reinforcement trainer in 2018. She then realized the veterinary field was a fun career path and joined the Dermatology Clinic for Animals in February of 2021. She has a blind and deaf double merle pup named Keller, 2 cats named Tada and Aston, and one bunny named Polar Bear. In her free time, she enjoys riding her motorcycle and spending time with her boyfriend finding some mud to go off-roading in their Jeep Comanche.
Cristal has been in veterinary medicine since 2014 and has had the pleasure of working with a wide variety of creatures, from fur to feathers to scales. She enjoys reading, writing, and video games. Places you might spot her in the wild are Comicon, or reptile expos. She shares her home with a Shiba Inu mix named Chell, two cats named Jack and Loki, and a lot of what most people would consider creepy critters, but Cristal considers adorable.
Rebecca has been a licensed veterinary technician since 2014 and worked in general practice for 8 years before deciding to switch to dermatology in January of 2022. She hopes to specialize in dermatology under Dr. Wyatt's mentorship. She lives in Lacey with her husband Michael and two pugs, Bella and Weener.
Jessica joined the Dermatology Clinic for Animals in January 2022. She has been in the veterinary industry since 2015 when she began working in a small clinic in southern New Hampshire. She worked in general practice and emergency clinics while completing her Bachelor’s degree. Along with her husband, two big dogs, Guinea pig, and an over-abundance of houseplants, Jessica moved from Massachusetts to Fort Lewis, Washington. She enjoys gardening, yoga, and spending time with her family.