Victor Alexander D.V.M.

Victor Alexander D.V.M. has been a lifelong horseman and an equine practitioner since 1981. He came to Oregon in 1997 to start a practice after working in Texas at a three doctor equine hospital where they provided surgery, critical care and ambulatory care for a variety of horses and disciplines. His practice philosophy is to provide high quality, cost effective care for the horses and peace of mind for the owners. He regularly volunteers his time for public speaking and horse owner education.

Danielle Knotts CVT

Practice Manager

Danielle Knotts is our Practice manager and Certfied Veterinary Technician. She joined AEVS in 2007 as a Veterinary Assistant, working her way up the ranks as a Technician & Office manager to take over the Practice manager position in 2013. She grew up in the area and has been around horses most of her life and has enjoyed drill team, gaming, trail rides and team penning.

Ann Alexander

Executive Director

Ann Alexander has been involved in the practice since its inception in various capacities, most recently as the Executive Director. She has worked in a variety of human healthcare settings as a staff nurse, consultant, nurse educator, clinical analyst and project manager. She earned her ADN at Victoria College, her BSN at University of Texas Houston and her MS in Applied Information Management at University of Oregon. Now working part time on special projects and support activities, she spends most of her time enjoying her twin boys.

Cortney Loeffler

Veterinary Assistant

Cortney Loeffler is our veterinary assistant. She re-joined our practice in March 2021. Cortney was a vet assistant who originally joined our practice back in February 2010 and left in April 2013 so she could be a stay-at-home mom for her soon to come baby girl Sadie. Now that Sadie is in full time school, she has rejoined our team where she assists the doctor in the field. Cortney grew up in Washington County Oregon where she participated in 4-H events with a variety of animals including dogs, rabbits, swine and she was a part of the Bronco Buster horse 4 H club for 8 years. She fell in love with horses at a very early age. She started riding her uncles horse Nugget when she was able to bridle her herself. She enjoyed gaming and showmanship. Now she owns one horse – Piston is a 12-year-old gelding whom she trail rides, well when she gets time to get a trail ride in. Her daughter Sadie is 8 years old now and is horse crazy just like her mom.