Oak Hills Veterinary Clinic & Salem Cat Clinic

1212 Wallace Rd NW
Salem, OR 97304



                  Meet the staff!



Roxann is a Certified Veterinary Technician with a passion for patient care. She has additional training in nutrition and dentistry and has advanced handling skills with all types of dogs. Personal interests include outdoor activities with her Dachshund "Flint" as well as competing nationally with her miniature horse in Ladies Country Pleasure Driving and and in combined driving events.




Victor is a recent graduate of Linn-Benton Community College with an Associate of Arts in Psychology. He lives with his cat "Blaire". Victor enjoys being a veterinary assistant and learning more about animals every day! He spends his free time reading, hiking, and playing with his cats.

 Shelby Kiesow



Shelby is originally from Northern California but has lived in Oregon since 2018. Shelby has 10+ years of veterinary medicine experience and achieved a degree in veterinary technology with an emphasis in exotic and wildlife in 2017. She has two cats, "Hex" and "Barley" (pictured). She loves all things spooky and is a cinephile. In her spare time, she like to take care of her plants, watch scary movies, crochet, and hangout with her friends. 






Raised in Southern California, Jenna spent much of her life in athletics and theater. Continuing to this day, she spends most of her free time keeping active with hiking, lifting weights, pilates-barre and calisthenics. After moving to Salem in 2017 with her cat "Piper", her passion for helping others has led her here to serve other fur-kids and their families. 

Kaleb Wiens


Kaleb is a dedicated and hard-working individual, eager to jump in to help others and learn new things. He is passionate about achieving balanced care between patients and their families. He is actively pursuing a career in the veterinary field, attending classes at Chemeketa Community College before transferring to OSU Corvallis to seek a degree in Animal Sciences. He hopes to be accepted into the Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine to continue his goal of becoming a DVM. In his spare time, Kaleb enjoys rebuilding his classic truck, going to car shows, pet sitting, and exploring the outdoors.