Dr. Amy Randall, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVD
Dr. Randall is board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Dermatology. After receiving her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from North Carolina State University, Dr. Amy Randall practiced general veterinary medicine for a year in Fredericksburg, Virginia. With a deep desire to continue her education, Dr. Randall went on to complete a one-year internship in veterinary medicine and surgery at Mississippi State University in Starkville, Mississippi. She remained at MSU for one more year as a clinical instructor of Internal Medicine & Dermatology, as well as the Chief of ICU. She then completed a 3-year residency in veterinary dermatology at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. In addition to completing all the requirements to become board certified in dermatology, she also completed a Master’s Degree in Science. She sees patients in Beaverton, Oregon and Greensboro, North Carolina.
Dr. Randall is also the co-founder of Serenegy, LLC. The idea for the company came to her when she was feeling discouraged with the current pet treat industry. She and her sister Carla wanted to create an all-natural and limited ingredient treat option for dogs with food sensitivities. The company offers various flavors of pill wraps and treats that she formulated and tested herself. To be able to monitor quality, she decided to build a bakery next to our Beaverton clinic. For more information, you can visit their website at www.serenegy.com!
In her free time, she enjoys traveling, keeping fit by hitting the gym, speaking to groups about animal allergies, skin, and ear disorders, and spending time with her Chocolate Labrador, Cole, and Goldendoodle, Quinn.
Certified Veterinary Technician, Beaverton Clinic, North Carolina Team
Autumn currently lives in southeast Portland with her two daughters, their 115 lb Great Pyrenees Momo, their Domestic Shorthair cat Tab, their Turkish Van named Sparkle Lilly, and their most recent addition Bentley the wonder dog.
Certified Veterinary Technician, Beaverton Clinic – North Carolina Team
April is the proud parent of two teenage boys, Kaden and Elliott, a terrier named Bungee, a cat named Scrappy, and three very precocious guinea pigs, Dolores, Rosa, and Icarus.
Outside of work, April enjoys creative writing, reading graphic novels/manga, cosplaying, camping, and taking naps.
Lead Veterinary Assistant, Beaverton Clinic
Samantha has been working in veterinary medicine since 2009. She has also been a huge advocate for animals since she can remember. She is especially fond of patients needing long-term care, have chronic conditions, or have special needs.
After many years in general practice, she decided to continue her journey in the dermatology specialty. Samantha values working with each individual patient and their families educating them about their pets’ individual health needs.
When Samantha is not working she enjoys spending time with her dogs and hiking around the Pacific Northwest.
Veterinary Assistant , Beaverton Clinic
Kathy has worked in the veterinary profession since 1988 and specifically in the dermatology field since 2000. When she is not at the clinic, she enjoys showing her Doberman “Duke”, gardening, traveling, and spending time with her four grandchildren.
Veterinary Assistant, Beaverton Clinic
Jolene grew up in Wyoming and moved to Oregon in 2004. Her love for veterinary medicine began in high school while participating in a work-study program at a local veterinary clinic. She worked with both small and large animals assisting with radiographs, surgery and caring for newborn patients. This experience allowed her to fall in love with veterinary medicine, and she later joined that clinic as an after school assistant. She is a 2006 Veterinary Assistant graduate from Apollo College and began working in general practice. She joined AAEC in 2009 and enjoys the challenges of dermatology combined with bringing comfort and relief to our patients.
In her free time, she enjoys camping, gardening, hiking, and fishing with her son Tony in addition to spending time with their dog Kiloh and their two cats Sharkey Mouse and Stormy.
Veterinary Assistant, Beaverton Clinic
Allison joined the Veterinary field at the very beginning of 2020, after leaving her previous career in the textile design industry. She started as a veterinary assistant/client service representative at an ER hospital in Irvine, California before she and her husband moved to Portland.
She has always been an animal lover but instantly fell in love with vet medicine and the behind-the-scenes of a veterinarian appointment.
Allison is a current dog mom to an all-white, spotted boxer named Penelope. When she is not at work, she loves to go on various adventures all around the pacific northwest with Penelope, finding all of the best dog-friendly spots to take her to. A fun fact about Allison is that she loves to paint, and does it any chance she can get.
Kathleen is the 4th generation to be born and raised on her family’s 189-acre Dairy Farm. Animals have always played a formidable part in her life. After almost 3 decades of business ownership in the beauty industry, she has chosen a career that blends with her passion. Kathleen raises and shows Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, her accolades include Lexi her Bronze Grand Champion that has progeny receiving both Champion and Grand Champion titles. Vacation time is spent relaxing back on the family’s Century Farm on the Northern California Coast.
Client Care Associate, Beaverton Clinic
Joelle has been working in the veterinary industry for seven years. She joined our team in 2020. In her time outside of work she enjoys spending time with her husband and dog, BB, and her cat, Mab.
Quinn & River
The Oregon office wouldn’t be complete without Doctor Randall’s dogs, Quinn (goldendoodle) and River (chocolate lab)! Both dogs are rescues and our Oregon staff enjoys their company and companionship. You can often find Quinn hanging out around the reception desk so that he can greet all of our clients with a big “cheesy” grin. River is a huge mama’s boy with a big appetite. He enjoys belly rubs, and is usually seen happily trotting around with a toy in his mouth. He is currently being treated by Doctor Randall for Pemphigus Foliaceus, an autoimmune skin disorder that she specializes in. Both dogs have big personalities and the office would not be complete without them.
Visit us at one of our convenient locations.
13025 SW Millikan Way Suite 100
Beaverton, OR 97005
M, Tu, Th, Fri: 8am - 6pm
Greensboro, NC 27410
By appointment only