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Continuing Education
Continued education is an important part of providing the most up to date care to your animals. The Doctors and staff at Snake River Veterinary Center participate in a variety of educational programs each year to learn about advancements in veterinary medicine and caring for your animals.


Brent Varriale, DVM
Dr. Brent Varriale is a graduate of University of Idaho and Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine.  He has practiced in the area since graduating in 1996.  Dr. Varriale’s interest is large animal and equine medicine, but enjoys the variety of rural mixed veterinary practice.  In 2009, He served as president of the Idaho Veterinary Medical Association and remains active in the organization.  Dr. Varriale and his wife, Heather raised two sons in Fruitland and enjoy living in the community.  Dr. Varriale is an avid outdoorsman and likes to explore Idaho and Oregon, searching for new fishing holes and hunting with his Labrador retrievers.
Jennifer N. Janitell, DVM
Dr. Jennifer N. Janitell graduated from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. She was raised on a farm in Eastern Montana and will always be a Montana girl at heart. She graduated with her Animal Science degree from Montana State University in the spring of 2006, and then began veterinary school in the fall. She joined Snake River Veterinary Center in the summer of 2010. Jenny is an outgoing, dedicated, and caring person, who enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine. She has always wanted to become a veterinarian and finds it to be the most rewarding and humbling profession. When she is not at work, Jenny enjoys traveling, outdoor activities, spending time with family, and walking her dogs, Pidge and Jersey.
Alicia Ewing, DVM
Dr. Alicia Ewing is a graduate of University of Idaho and Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She has been practicing in the Treasure Valley since 2014. She is versed in both large and small animal medicine and enjoys every aspect of working in a mixed animal veterinary practice. Dr. Ewing grew up on a cattle ranch in Western Montana, but has been living in Idaho for 18 years. She enjoys outdoor activities like horseback riding and hiking, and spending time with her four-legged kids- a blue heeler named Patches and an Airedale puppy named Sadie.
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