Meet our team!

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Pet Emergency Center! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!

Get to know our team!

We are solely dedicated to your pet’s care! We look forward to getting to know you, and we hope you’ll take the time to scroll down and get to know us.
evelyn in a chair
Evelyn Wilson, DVM

Evelyn Wilson has been associated with the PEC for 16 years.  She joined the team full-time, ten years ago. She is the current medical director at PEC.  She graduated from Washington State University in 1990. She has been boarded in canine and feline medicine by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners since 1997.   Prior to PEC she was in general practice as an associate and a practice owner.   Having worn many hats in veterinary medicine, she finds emergency medicine to be the thing she loves the most.    Outside of veterinarian medicine she enjoys travel, cooking, reading, spending time with friends and getting outside.   Despite having owned many pets through her lifetime and currently shares her life with two cats, Habibi and Djibouti and a Bearded dragon, Bubbles. 

Shuna Cerrato, DVM

Dr. Cerrato was born in Norway where her American mother, a professional violinist, had met her Norwegian father.  Raised mostly in California, Dr. Cerrato spent her free time growing up with a variety of animals and people who loved them.  After graduating from Oberlin College in Ohio, she worked in Boston, Massachusetts and Austin, Texas before attending Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine.  She graduated from veterinary school with honors in 2005, and went on to complete a rigorous internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the highly esteemed Animal Medical Center in New York City.  Dr. Cerrato joined the emergency and critical care service at a tertiary care referral hospital in the Seattle area after her internship.  After meeting her husband, she left that job to work in general practice in Seattle for several years, where she served as a practicing veterinarian and Medical Director.  She joined the Pet Emergency Center in early 2018 and is honored to work with such a dedicated team to be able to help so many animals and their people through stressful moments.  Dr. Cerrato is passionate about using her knowledge and skills to help achieve the best possible outcome for every case.  She spends her free time raising her son, reading, cooking, spending lots of time outdoors, and enjoying her animals, especially her Dales Ponies.  

Coming soon image
Shiela Dawson, DVM

Bio Coming Soon

Rachel Martin, DVM

Dr. Rachel Martin joined the PEC in 2020 Before joining the PEC, she moved around quite a bit (Texas to Illinois to New Zealand to Minnesota).  She settled in Washington and is grateful to be as part of the PEC team. She graduated from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine and is particularly interested in diagnostic medicine and clinical pathology. In her free time, she enjoys photography, traveling, and birding. 

Coming soon image
Izaan Du tuit, DVM

Dr. Izaan du Toit is a graduate of the University of Minnesota. She started her career in a mixed animal practice in northern California before moving into Washington state to join the PEC team. Outside of work, she enjoys traveling, swimming, crafting, kayaking and hiking. She has a charismatic cat, Rue, and a dog, Stoffie, who often joins her on her adventures.

Malkolm Graffe, DVM

Dr. Malkolm Graffe was born and raised on Vashon Island where his childhood yellow lab, Eddie, inspired him to become a veterinarian. He studied chemistry as an undergraduate and thru-hiked the Pacific Crest Trail during the summer before veterinary school.

He graduated from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. After a brief stint with small animal general practice, he started working in emergency medicine in Spokane, WA and fell in love with the fast paced nature of practice and the variety of cases in the ER.

In his spare time Malkolm enjoys all the outdoor offerings of the Skagit Valley and the Cascades – hiking, biking and boating — along with DIY projects around the house. He lives with his partner Jacquie and their Malamute mix, Shasta and two cats – Carlos and Tank.

Krista, LVT

Krista has an Associate’s Degree in Veterinary Technology from Pierce College and a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology. Krista had twenty plus years of experience in veterinary medicine when she joined PEC in 2021. 

woman with parrot<br />
Linda, VTS ECC

Linda has been working in veterinary medicine since 2001. She received her veterinary technician license in 2005 and became boarded as a veterinary specialist in emergency critical care in 2013.  Linda has a love of all animals and currently lives on a farm with dogs, cats, a macaw, a sulcata tortoise, goats, horses, and ponies.  

natalie at a lake<br />
Natalie, LVT

Bio Coming Soon

Coming soon image
Tom, LVT

Bio Coming Soon

Jackie, LVT

Jackie Magrath, LVT was raised in Skagit County, and initially went to school for business at Columbia College. After attaining her bachelor’s degree in business administration, she decided to take a left turn into veterinary medicine. After almost 8 years in the field, she graduated from Penn Foster’s veterinary technician program back in 2020. She is currently looking into a possible veterinary specialty field to further her education. Prior to joining the team at Pet Emergency Center, Jackie worked in both general practice as well as emergency.  She enjoys all aspects of small animal medicine, especially critical care and anesthesia.

When not at work, Jackie spends time with her family running them to many sporting events and activities.  There is never a dull moment for her with a house full of four kids and pets.

woman holding animal<br />
Monica, LVT

Bio Coming Soon

Coming soon image
Alita, LVT

Bio Coming Soon

Nichole, LVT

Director of Nursing – I started working in the Veterinary field, in 2007 in Shreveport, Louisiana as a Kennel Assistant and worked my way up through the ranks with a lot of hard work and education through Penn Foster. Becoming a Certified Veterinary Assistant and then grandfathering once moving to Washington state, into being a Licensed Veterinary Technician. I have a passion for great patient anesthetic protocols and pain management as well as ultimate patient comfort. I am also the Director of Nursing here at the Pet Emergency Center and believe that anyone in this field must have a great passion for animals and an incredible amount of empathy to sustain long time work in this field. I have a passion for rooting for the underdog and every one of my dogs has ultimately come home with me due to some tragic event in their lifetime.  At the current count, I share my home with six silly canines. 

Lyndsy, LVT

LVT- Lyndsy has been a Licensed Veterinary Technician since 2015. She is a mother of 3 and lives with her fiancé and youngest child on Whidbey Island. Lyndsy works both in day practice and here at the ER. She has been devoted to saving animals since she was a small girl. Lyndsy has fulfilled the role of mentor to students here at The Pet Emergency Center and to up and coming technicians. She enjoys teaching and learning from her fellow co-workers and takes pride in uplifting and supporting the confidence and skills of everyone she works with.

Heather, LVT
I changed my major three times before deciding small animal nursing was where I belonged. I graduated from Bellingham Technical College in 2023 with my associates of applied science veterinary technician degree. I feel like my ability to maintain composure in high stress situations can be incredibly beneficial to our patients, and that led me to emergency medicine.

Outside of the ER, I coach my daughter’s soccer team, play PlayStation with my son, and read lots of horror novels.