Martha M. Davis, DVM
Veterinarian, Practice Owner
Dr. Martha Davis is a General Practitioner and the owner of Terra Linda Veterinary Hospital. She has been a practicing veterinarian since graduating from veterinary school in 1984 and owner of the Terra Linda Veterinary Hospital since 1998.
Though she was born in Fort Worth, Texas, Dr. Davis spent her early childhood in Maryland where she was surrounded by animals of all kinds. “We spent a lot of time at our neighbor’s farm and to this day I still love the smell of a barn,” she says. “There was a horse that I loved who lived across the street and some of my mom’s students would bring their pony over for us to ride. We also had chickens, goats, cats, dogs, and even kept a racer snake in the basement to control the rodents.”
Dr. Michelle Rose
Veterinarian, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner and Certified Canine Body Worker
Dr. Michelle Rose has more than 20 years of experience as a veterinarian and with certifications in canine rehabilitation and canine body work, her skill set makes her a valuable and unique resource in Marin County. Specializing in rehabilitation and pain management for dogs and cats, she performs health examinations, offers nutritional counseling, conformation and gait evaluation and review of medications and supplements. Working with you, she will establish a long-term treatment plan to reduce pain and improve mobility with modalities such as cold laser, body work, and therapeutic exercise as well as the development of home exercise plans.
When working with her canine rehabilitation patients, Michelle easily bonds with the pets and family members who care for them. She looks forward to seeing her patients improve week after week and assisting their human guardians in supporting their progress.
Dr. Andrew Lie
Veterinarian, Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners– Canine and Feline Practice
Dr. Lie graduated from the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 2002 and completed a Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Internship at the University of Tennessee. In 2009, he became a Diplomat of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Canine and Feline Practice. He is an active member of the Marin County Veterinary Medical Association and has served as Vice-President and President. He has a strong interest in all aspects of veterinary medicine, especially infectious diseases, endocrinology, dermatology, dentistry, and soft tissue surgery.