Corinne Lawson, DVM, MS, DACVECC
Trail running, adventuring in the forest, SCUBA diving
A bit about Dr. Lawson
When Dr. Corinne Lawson was a teenager, she experienced the anguish of watching her family dog become paralyzed. He never walked again, but he lived a wonderful additional 13 years after his paralysis. Her experiences with “Gent” inspired her to pursue veterinary medicine so she could help prevent the look of terror in other animal’s faces.
Dr. Lawson attended veterinary school at UC Davis, interned at a Veterinary Specialty Center in Lynwood, WA, and completed her residency at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She was always drawn to the emergent patient - emergency and critical care allows her to provide high quality medicine to the patients and families that are in most dire need of care. Going forward, she’s interested in contributing more to veterinary literature while in private practice.
Dr. Lawson and her husband love everything that has to do with the outdoors, from mountains to ocean, so the PNW is a perfect spot for all they love to do: trail running, adventuring in the forest, and SCUBA diving. Dr. Lawson also has four dogs that fill her house with chaos, a three-legged hedgehog, and a bearded dragon.