Dr. Knight and her husband (Dr. Charles Hurty) purchased Grove Veterinary Clinic in June 2007. She graduated from the Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Knight’s special interests include soft tissue & orthopedic surgery, puppy and kitten wellness, dermatology, preventive medicine, dentistry, and human-animal bond issues. In her free time, Dr. Knight enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and working as treasurer for the Newport Swim Team. Dr. Knight and Dr. Hurty have two children, Claire and Ben. Their family is completed by three cats (Quentin, Rio, and Alley), and four dogs: Daisy (aka Taco Belle), a fawn Chihuahua, and Bandit, a black & tan Chihuahua, Buddy Cake & Beary – both black & white Papillions. Dr. Knight also has a strong love of her 6 chickens.
Dr. Knight has participated in Grove Veterinary Clinic’s programs at the Lincoln County Animal Shelter, including the spay and neuter program that is sponsored by the Friends of the Lincoln County Animal Shelter (FOLCAS). Staying consistent with the clinic’s devotion to community issues and projects, Dr. Knight has helped with the efforts to support homeless animals in the county through various programs.
Dr. Knight has a passion for pet memorial practices and has been the force behind the development of Grove Veterinary Clinic’s crematorium services.