Regal Veterinary Clinic is committed to providing the most compassionate state-of-the-art health care to your pet as well as friendly service that will meet or exceed your expectations. Our doctors and staff realize you are entrusting your pet to us and will constantly strive to earn and deserve that trust.
Our mission is to get to know you and your pet personally and provide the treatment and preventative care needed to keep you and your pets happy and healthy for years to come. We serve Spokane's South Hill including Lincoln Heights, South Perry, Rockwood, Manito, Cliff/Cannon,
Comstock, Moran Prairie, Glenrose and Latah Valley.
Dr. Katie Dull, DVM
Dr. Katie Dull is a product of the Pacific Northwest as she was born in Vancouver, WA, raised in Corvallis, OR and transplanted to Spokane where she graduated from Mead Sr. High School in 1988. She spent most of her undergraduate studies at Eastern Washington University and completed her bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Science at WSU. Dr. Dull completed her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999 and has been practicing small animal medicine in Spokane ever since.
Eastern Washington University, Washington State University
Dr. Dull is most interested in general practice, routine surgery, and preventative health care but also enjoys internal medicine and dermatology cases.
Dr. Dull lives in Spokane with her husband, Pr. Eric Dull and their blended family of five children, Naomi, Ellie, John, Joel, and Michael. When not practicing veterinary medicine or hanging out with the family, Dr. Dull likes to bicycle, swim, and read.
Dr. Katie Shockley
Dr. Katie Shockley is a South Carolina native whose dreams of living out west near big mountains brought her to Spokane. Dr. Shockley has known from a young age that she wanted to be a veterinarian, and has continued to pursue that dream. She got her bachelor’s degree in Animal and Veterinary Sciences from Clemson University (Go Tigers). After graduation, she went to vet school at Auburn University in Alabama. Dr. Shockley has worked in a small animal practice in SC for the last 3.5 years before moving to the Inland Northwest.
Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Shockley loves the challenges associated with soft tissue surgery. She loves the idea of being able to fix something or know what’s wrong with a pet through surgery. She also loves ultrasound and dermatology. She believes in furthering the human animal bond through keeping pets as healthy as possible with preventive medicine.
Dr. Shockley and her husband moved across the country to enjoy all the outdoor activities the west has to offer. They love backpacking, fly fishing, and skiing; they cannot wait to explore the mountains and rivers around Spokane. She has two dogs: Tilly, a former re-search beagle from Auburn, and Riggs, a duck hunting chocolate lab. She Is a huge College Football fan (Clemson), and will miss going to the games, but is excited about the next adventures here in Spokane.
Dr. Erika Berdan, DVM
Dr. Erika Berdan was born and raised in Poway, CA but has been a resident of Eastern Washington for eight years now. She completed both her undergraduate and veterinary degree at Washington State University. Go Cougs! It has always been her goal to practice veterinary medicine and she is ecstatic to now be in Spokane.
Dr. Berdan takes particular interest in radiology and emergency and critical care patients. Ultimately, putting the pieces of the puzzle together to determine the best outcome for your pets is her biggest motivation.
In her free time, Dr. Berdan enjoys outdoor adventures in the PNW. Although she does not have any pets of her own yet, she is considered the “cool-aunt” to many of her friends and families fur babies. One day she dreams of having her own small farm with goats and cows.
Dr. Daniel Prendiville, DVM
Dr. Daniel Prendiville is an Eastern Washington native having been born and raised in Walla Walla. He completed his undergraduate studies at Eastern Washington University before leaving the Pacific Northwest to complete his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Lincoln Memorial University in Tennessee. Having recently graduated Dr. Prendiville is excited to return to Spokane to start his career in veterinary medicine.
Eastern Washington University
Lincoln Memorial University College of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Prendiville is interested in Ophthalmology, Dentistry, and Emergency Medicine
Dr. Prendiville enjoys the outdoors, travelling, and biking. He also enjoys supporting Eastern’s men and women rugby teams. He can often be found in the Perry street district walking his dog Billie with his wife Vanessa.
Hayley keeps busy hiking, reading, and enjoying music in general. She is a Spokane native and a graduate of Central Valley High School. She has one cat named Marlow.
Jennifer came to Regal in the summer of 2017 with Veterinary experience in companion animal, emergency, farm, exotic, and wildlife medicine. After a previous career in sports medicine, she became a Licensed Vet Tech in 2010. She has called Spokane home since 2001, and loves the lakes and mountains the Inland NW has to offer.
Jennifer’s current pets include her retired Morgan show horse Fleet, as well as a feisty indoor kitty named Bentley. With her human kids grown and out of the house, Jennifer enjoys road biking and skiing with her husband Kevin. She also loves to play in the dirt! (some call it gardening).
BS in Sports Medicine, MA in Health Administration
AA Veterinary Technology from DCCCD Lancaster, TX
WA DOH Licensed Vet Tech since January 2010
Jenna has lived in Spokane for most of her life. She graduated from Lewis and Clark high school and went on to play softball at a division II school in West Virginia. She moved back to Spokane to continue working on her biology degree at EWU and plans to go onto veterinarian school. In her free time, Jenna enjoys reading, crocheting, and spending time with friends, family, and her two dogs, Desi and Bella.
Samantha is originally from Grandview and just recently moved to the Spokane area. She went to college for Wildlife Ecology with an emphasis in Marine Biology. Her hobbies are camping, tubing, ice skating, tennis, swimming and hiking. She has two heelers named Tuffy and Blue.
B.S. in Wildlife Ecology from Washington State University
Dnell is a Spokane native who graduated from EWU with a major in wildlife biology. She loves spending time with family/friends, traveling (especially to the pacific coast), and watching Star Trek. Her goal in life is to rescue and pet as many animals as possible. She has two cats named Sir Paws and Leeloo, and a dog named Joey.
B.S. in Wildlife Biology from Eastern Washington University
Coleen has been working with animals for the last 10 years, including 2 years as a Certified Veterinary Assistant. She has also worked as a grooming assistant and dog trainer. In her free time she enjoys reading, sewing, dog sledding, and spending time with her own animals. Kiara (GSD X), Buster (Hound/Husky), Eowyn (Belgian Malinois), Angelica (DSH) and Hamilton (DSH).
Julia was born and raised here in Spokane surrounded by many types of animals. When she is not at Regal helping clients and their pets, she enjoys painting, entomology, and macro photography. In the summer Julia also loves to swim the entirety of Fish Lake multiple times each week.