Dr. Robert “Jeff” Mayo, DVM, DABVP
Dr. Jeff Mayo was born in Virginia, and moved to Idaho in 1978. He attended college in Boise, and moved to North Carolina briefly, then returned to the northwest (Oregon) to attend veterinary school. Since graduation from veterinary school, he has made Lynnwood, Washington his home. Dr. Mayo and his wife, Nicole (also an LVT) have 3 cats.
Dr. Mayo graduated from Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994 with honors as well, he has a second Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Washington State University. Prior to veterinary school, Dr. Mayo was a respiratory therapist at Duke University Medical Center, and received his training in that field from Boise State University, graduating with a degree in 1986. He practiced many different facets of respiratory therapy until 1990, at which he entered veterinary school full time. Dr. Mayo holds 5 college degrees from three major Universities and has published over 30 titles in allied health science education.
Dr. Mayo purchased his first veterinary practice in 1995 in Lynnwood, Washington, and his second practice in 2000, also in Lynnwood. Dr. Mayo devoted much of his practice time to learning new procedures in rigid endoscopy, orthopedics, and radiosurgery. He began his mobile surgical practice, Mayo Veterinary Services, in early 2006. In 2007, Dr. Mayo began teaching orthopedic and soft tissue surgery courses throughout the United States and abroad in small animals.
In November of 2007, Dr. Mayo earned his Diplomate status in the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, with certification in Canine and Feline Practice and re-certfied in 2017. For more information, go to their website, www.abvp.com.
Dr. Mayo married his best friend, Nicole, in 2018. Nicole is in college working on a Master’s Degree in Public Health and may continue her pursuit of a doctorate. They still work together on more difficult surgical cases and do some lectures in the US.
In 2021, Dr. Mayo passed written and practical certification examinations in small animal surgery and became a member of the Australia New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists (Surgery). He is currently working on a Master’s Degree in Small Animal Surgery.
From 2008 to now, Dr. Mayo has flown and taught internationally in Japan, Germany, Bulgaria, Italy, Australia and several other countries. Dr. Mayo has trained many Veterinarians on laser surgery, radiosurgery, orthopedics and soft tissue surgery as well as regenerative medicine and alternative therapies for osteoarthritis and pain in small animals.
Dr. Mayo’s main interests includes knee surgeries, fracture repairs, second opinions, radiosurgery, skin grafting for removal or large skin tumors, alternative sterilization, and regenerative medicine.
Wilma and Flint(stone)
Office Manager and Assistant Manager
Wilma (Pictured left) was born in April 2013 outside of Aberdeen, Washington. Wilma has been lounging around dozens of veterinary hospitals in the Puget Sound Area. She grew up with a large Pitbull and is a professional fetcher and loves to have her belly rubbed. Wilma also sleeps on her face; causing her whiskers to point up and inward.
Flint (Pictured Right) was born in March of 2017 in Snohomish, Washington. Flint is Wilma’s right hand man and hasn’t quite developed respect for personal space; but Wilma doesn’t mind. You will often catch him perched on the back of chairs or sleeping in sinks. His favorite food is tomatoes, and he dislikes catnip.
In 2021, “Barney” joined our family, a long-haired Persian kitten that likes to sleep in high places. “Barney” loves to wrestle with his sibling cats.
Both Flint and Wilma are stem cell patients! Wilma has congenital liver disease and a heart murmur while Flint has a clean bill of health. Our hope is to contribute to the regenerative medicine community by collecting data when they are in need of treatment.