Dr. Dave Luttinen
Dr. Dave Luttinen is the hospital owner and one of the veterinarians at Wheaton Way Veterinary Hospital in Bremerton, WA.
Dr. Luttinen purchased Wheaton Way Veterinary Hospital in August 2005. Dr. Luttinen earned his board certification as one of ten Diplomates of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Washington state specializing in dog and cat practice in 2009. Dr. Luttinen loves the responsibility of case investigation and particularly enjoys complicated and challenging conditions. While he practices in all areas of veterinary medicine and surgery, he has a special interest in dentistry, internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, and oncology (cancer treatment).
Dr. Luttinen strives to blend his knowledge and skill as a veterinarian with his desire to facilitate the human-animal bond. This requires communicating complex medical problems to the client, listening to their expectations, and developing a plan that will provide the best outcome. He has realized that his true purpose isn’t for himself, but rather to serve his patients, clients, staff, family, profession, and community while giving people hope and encouragement during difficult times with a suffering pet.
Dr. Luttinen is a devoted husband and father to his lovely and supportive wife and their four daughters. Dr. and Mrs. Luttinen also share their home with four cats and three dogs. Dr. Luttinen is committed to becoming a better person each day while fulfilling his role as a member of the veterinary and business community.
Dr. Luttinen welcomes new clients and their pets to our friendly hospital.
Dr. Gayle Curran
Dr. Curran is an Associate Veterinarian at Wheaton Way Veterinary Hospital. She was born in south Texas and spent most of her free time on a horse at family ranches in Texas and Montana before moving to Colorado. Dr. Curran started college at the University of Denver, attending a program in Animal Technology, and then completed veterinary school at Colorado State University. She was drawn to veterinary medicine because of her love for science and animals. As a veterinarian she has found a challenging and exciting career that has allowed her to be involved in the lives of many wonderful animals and people.
Dr. Curran is married and has two adult daughters. Their aging black lab continues to search for tennis balls, and their orange tabby cat continues to find every rodent. In her spare time, Dr. Curran enjoys cycling, gardening, cooking, hiking, singing with a community choral group, and boating with friends and family.