Dr. Caitlin Kline was born and raised in Sumner, Washington. Growing up, she was involved in 4-H and FFA programs for many years, raising an assortment of projects including dogs, swine, beef and market goats – propelling her to pursue a career in veterinary medicine.
During her undergraduate education at Washington State University, Dr. Kline developed a passion for dairy and beef production. After gaining employment at WSU’s Dairy as well as becoming a member of the Cooperative University Dairy Students (CUDS) group, she spent most of her free time milking cows and caring for calves. Her senior year of college was spent residing at WSU’s Ensminger Beef Center where she helped manage their 150-head commercial cow-calf herd.
Dr. Kline continued her education at WSU to receive her veterinary degree in 2018. Her professional interests include ruminant and swine medicine/surgery, 4-H and FFA projects, as well as reproduction in all large animal species. She looks forward to developing working relationships with her clients and patients in the community. In her spare time, Dr. Kline enjoys camping, hiking, raising pigs, attending Mariners baseball games, and watching Cougar football with her wonderful husband, Matt.