Dr. Andrea Oas was born and raised in Snohomish county and has been immersed in the veterinary field since she was young, knowing she wanted to be a vet at four years of age. Having a Veterinarian as a family friend allowed her to be in the clinic setting from the time she was 6 years old and couldn’t imagine doing anything else for a career.
After high school, Dr. Oas started working as an assistant and receptionist at a local veterinary clinic until she started school at Everett Community College for her associates degree. She then transferred to Washington State University to finish her Bachelor’s degree in Zoology and continued on to graduate with her DVM from WSU College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015.
Dr. Oas has practiced in the Snohomish county region since graduation. Her career brought her from Mount Vernon to Arlington and she became part of the Frontier Village Team in April of 2019. Her special interests include soft tissue surgery, dentistry, preventative medicine, and reproduction. In the future, she would like to start working on orthopedic surgical cases as well.
In her spare time, she enjoys camping, hiking, traveling, and spending time with friends and family. She has a herd of 7 French Bulldogs (Roxie, Jazzie, Lilah, Nizmo, Diddy, Lilly, and Bruno) and 3 goats (Ellie, Eleanor, and Evie). She enjoys helping animals in underprivileged areas and was able to work with World Vets on a spay/neuter mission in 2011 and hopes to be able to travel more in the future to help animals in need.