Dr. Frank Clovis DVM
Dr. Clovis is a North Idaho native. He graduated from Coeur d’Alene High School in 1991, then attended North Idaho College, University of Idaho, and then Washington State University in Pullman, WA for Veterinary School. Dr. Clovis has practiced in North Idaho for the last eighteen years. His special interests in medicine include Oncology, Internal Medicine and Advanced Orthopedic Surgery. Dr. Clovis has two children, daughter KayLee age 16, and son Quinn age 13. In his spare time outside of the hospital, he likes to take advantage of the beautiful country in various outdoor pursuits with his family: camping, hiking, snowshoeing, skiing, mushroom picking, and any other pursuit that takes him into the woods of Idaho.
Dr. Brian Luce DVM
Dr. Luce is a North Idaho native, who graduated from Sandpoint High School in 1995. He received his B.S. in Biology from Oregon State in 2000, GO BEAVS, and moved back to the area while preparing for vet school. He attended WSU School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2005. After a short period in Spokane he started at River City in March of 2006. He and his wife Lynette have twin boys, Greyson and Seaton born in 2007, and they keep him plenty busy. When he can get the time, he enjoys fly fishing, hunting with his Labradors, and spending time “in the woods” with his family. His veterinary interests are broad, but he enjoys enhancing his experience in soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, sports medicine, advanced dentistry, and practicing compassionate/realistic medicine. North Idaho is in his bones and he can’t imagine living in a nicer more beautiful place than Kootenai County.
Dr. Stephanie Johnson DVM
Stephanie was born and raised in Coeur d’Alene and is excited to be able to return to practice here. She has wanted to be a veterinarian since she was old enough to understand what one was, and took her first job as a kennel attendant where she met Dr. Clovis and Dr. Luce sixteen years ago. Stephanie earned a BS in Animal and Veterinary Science, a BS in Biology, and a BA in English Literature from the University of Idaho before attending Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in the West Indies. Stephanie’s husband Travis, her bottle baby cat Spinner, and her dogs Gretchen and Tonka have accompanied her throughout her journey to become a veterinarian. In her spare time, Stephanie likes to go camping and hiking, ride her horse, read, and do anything outside. Stephanie loves feline and geriatric medicine, and is working to expand her knowledge to treat backyard chickens and poultry