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21111 84th Avenue West, Edmonds, WA 98026
(425) 775-3449

Monday: 8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Tuesday & Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Closed Sundays and all major holidays

Edmonds Veterinary HospitalVeterinarians & Staff


Dr. Robyn Fry (Owner)

Robyn Fry (Owner)

Dr. Robyn Fry started working at Edmonds Veterinary Hospital June 2015. She purchased the hospital in July 2015 when Dr. Larry Remick retired. She was raised in Sultan and is a 2006 graduate of WSU. She has spent several years practicing medicine in the Central/Sodo Seattle area. When she is not meeting new patients she loves spending time in the Pacific Northwest quad/inline skating, hiking and camping. She has a passion for gardening and fills the hospital with a variety of roses from her home garden in the summer. At home, her pets include domestic shorthairs "Pickles", "Nick Nack" and "Porter" as well as Persians "Kyle" and "Pistachio".

Dr. George Downs

George Downs

George Downs, DVM, graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University in 1971. Joining Edmonds Veterinary Hospital in 2004, he enjoys diagnostic challenges and seeing young animals through the various life stages. He spends some of his spare time volunteering for the Puget Sound Blood Center. Dr. Downs and his wife, Robbie, have three grown children and two granddaughters. His family also includes a border collie cross, Roxie.

Dr. Steven Johnson

Steven Johnson

Dr. Steven Johnson graduated from Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003 after a previous career as a wildlife biologist. He has practiced clinical veterinary medicine for the last 14 years working with companion animals, wildlife and large animals in Washington, Colorado, Arizona and Minnesota and recently completed a post-doctoral masters degree in infectious disease epidemiology at the University of Minnesota. Besides an interest in canine and feline infectious diseases, Dr. Johnson has a professional interest in internal, emergency and preventative medicine, geriatric care, working dog medicine, and puppy/kitten socialization and training.  He has worked with multiple search and rescue and emergency medical/disaster relief groups in Washington State, Colorado and Minnesota and can often be found working with his dog “Shuksan” with the Snohomish County Search and Rescue K9 Team. When not working at the veterinary clinic or volunteering with the search and rescue team he enjoys kayaking, hiking, climbing and backcountry skiing and lives in the area with his wife Mary, 4 cats and two large dogs, Shuksan and Finnegan.


Walter Kilmer
Front Office/Reception

Walter Kilmer

Walter has been in the Veterinary Field for 12 years and has been a professional dog trainer for 20 years. When not at work he can be found in the company of his two Irish Water Spaniels Dan'y and Eammon who he shows in Obedience, Rally and Conformation. Walter also has a cat of unknow lineage and age named Miranda. Ask any of his friends and they will tell you that for Walter “Its all about the Pets”

Shannon Chester
Veterinary Assistant

Shannon Chester

Shannon has been at Edmonds Vet since 2004 as a veterinary assistant. She enjoys helping the doctors with medical mysteries with patients. She has a cat, Ellessar that loves to have his teeth brushed.

Stephanie McDaniel

Stephanie McDaniel

Stephanie is a graduate of PIMA Veterinary Assisting program and has earned her CVTA. She has a love of all animals including her pet chickens, ducks, dogs and cats. Stephanie is our patient care supervisor which means she ensures all pets who stay in hospital for care or boarding receive the highest level of care and attention. We feel blessed to have Stephanie in charge of our boarding and grooming area.

I've used this vet office since 2009 for my now-deceased Pug and my two current Pugs. My animals have received great care here and I would have no reason to seek my pets' primary care anywhere else. I feel like the staff really cares about animals.