welcome to Olympic Veterinary cardiology

Our Promise To You

Highest Quality Care

To provide your pet the highest quality care with a dedication to compassion and communication.

Become a Part Of Your Team

Who is “the team?” The team is you, your family veterinarian, and us. We’ll all work together to ensure that optimal care is provided every step of the way.

Love & Care

Your pet will be treated with the same love and care as our own family members.

Harnessing the Power
of a Team of Experts

Our Team Of Experts

Dr. Brian Maran

Board-Certified Veterinary Cardiologist™

Dr. Maran is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) in the specialty of Cardiology.

He earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Mississippi State University and completed his small animal medical and surgical internship at The University of Tennessee-Knoxville.

Dr. Maran completed his Residency in Cardiology and Masters degree in pharmacogenomics at Washington State University where he was awarded the Outstanding Resident Research Award by the ACVIM in 2010 and 2011.

Prior to founding Olympic Veterinary Cardiology, Dr. Maran practiced in a multi-doctor specialty clinic near Seattle.

He also served as a locum Cardiologist for the University of Florida where he was responsible for student and resident training as well as managing the clinical service, including numerous minimally invasive surgeries.

He has served for years as an adjunct faculty member of Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

He lectures internationally on various topics in cardiology and veterinary medicine and has presented numerous continuing education lectures for veterinarians all over the United States.  His expertise expands to a global scale as he is a frequently requested speaker and has taught medical and interventional courses in Spain, Mexico, Japan, Thailand, Hong Kong, and Singapore – with more to come!

Dr. Maran is an avid alpine skier, SCUBA diver, private pilot, and hiker.

He also volunteers his medical expertise at the Seattle Aquarium.

He and his husband of over 20 years, Mike, are proud fathers to their son Caleb as well as their four-legged children: Orville – a rescued and extremely rambunctious Jack Russell Terrier and Süda – a spoiled rotten but incredibly sweet rescued Papillon.

Dr. Holly Sawyer

Board-Certified Veterinary Cardiologist™

Dr. Sawyer is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) in the specialty of Cardiology.

She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Washington State University and completed her small animal medical and surgical internship at Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists in Houston, Texas.

Dr. Sawyer completed her Cardiology Internship and Residency in Cardiology at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in Tinton Falls, New Jersey. She stayed for a few months after residency completion to help train the new Cardiology intern and resident before joining Olympic Veterinary Cardiology.

Dr. Sawyer was born and raised in Washington state and is excited to be able to continue her life in the Pacific Northwest. She grew up on a hobby farm with llamas, alpacas, a herd of sheep, geese, chickens, and horses. Her time in undergraduate college was spent earning a Bachelors in Music Performance and she continued to join performance groups between her veterinary school pre-requisite classes.
She is a massive Greyhound fan and sadly, her canine soul-mate (Farel), recently passed away prior to moving to Seattle. She knows the PacNW has a new canine family member waiting for her. The fastest way to her heart are snuggles from Greyhounds and Cavaliers!

Dr. Mikaela Mueller

Board-Certified Veterinary Cardiologist™

Dr. Mueller is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) in the specialty of Cardiology.

She earned her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine and completed her small animal medical and surgical internship at Advanced Veterinary Care Center in Lawndale, California.

Dr. Mueller completed her Residency in Cardiology at the University of California, Davis where she was awarded the Outstanding Small Animal Research Study and Presentation Award in 2015.

Before joining Olympic Veterinary Cardiology, Dr. Mueller practiced in multi-doctor specialty hospitals in the Seattle, Renton, and Tacoma areas. She also served as a locum Cardiologist at hospitals in Utah and California, as well as at the University of Washington. She has participated in medical language courses for foreign veterinarians, designing curriculum and giving continuing education lectures in the field of Cardiology.

Dr. Mueller enjoys travel, yoga, riding her horse, Ollivander, being outdoors, and spending time with “the boys”: her two Basenjis – Oberon and True and her French Bulldog – Benoit Blanc

Dr. Nonya Fiakpui

Board-Certified Veterinary Cardiologist™

Dr. Fiakpui is a veterinary cardiologist, board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM).  She has been a part of Olympic Veterinary Cardiology since 2017, providing locum services prior to joining the team! 

 Dr. Fiakpui was awarded her veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania-School of Veterinary Medicine and went on to complete a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at The Ohio State University. She earned a Master of Science degree concurrently while completing a residency in small animal comparative cardiovascular medicine at Purdue University.  After completing her residency, Dr. Fiakpui worked in private referral hospitals in central Sweden and New England.  She transitioned from traditional in-hospital receiving into telemedicine consulting, and through this medium helped veterinary practices and their cardiac patients around the world.  She has given educational lectures both domestically and internationally, and contributed to the training of veterinary students, interns, and cardiology residents. 

She continues to pursue her interest in teaching every day through her interactions with referring veterinarians, and in her consultation reports.  She is very excited to formally join the team and help to expand the high-quality cardiac care that OVC is known for!

Angie Fehliman

Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT)

Angie is a Licensed Veterinary Technician with 30+ years in the veterinary field. She started at a young age as a kennel attendant, working her way to assistant, then technician. In 1997 Angie graduated from Pierce College with an associate degree in Veterinary Technology.

Angie was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She enjoys spending time with friends, family, and her kitty Frank. She loves exploring the beaches, camping, gardening, and baking.

Cherlyn Williams

Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT)

Cherlyn is a Licensed Veterinary Technician. She earned her Associate’s Degree in Veterinary Technology from Pierce College in Tacoma, Washington. For the past 30+ years she has worked as a LVT mostly in small animal specialty medicine (Emergency, Surgery and Dermatology). Cherlyn looks forward to helping pets every day.

Cherlyn grew up in the Pacific Northwest and enjoys the great outdoors with her three children and her chihuahua/corgi rescue named Dobby; whether it’s driving along rivers or mountains, walking trails or beaches, or camping. She also loves to snuggle with cats and binge watch tv, listen to good music and watch the Seahawks win!

Amelia Haigh

Veterinary Assistant

Amelia always knew she wanted to work with animals. From playing with outside snakes to saying hello to any dog or cat that came her way. She took every class animal related and went to school at BTC where she obtained her associate degree in animal medicine and training to work in the vet field. She has over 10 years of experience mostly working in General practice, which is where she met and worked with Dr. Maran and feel in love with everything Cardiology related.

When not working she loves the outdoors, mainly camping, fishing/hunting, rock hounding, and being on the salt water. She has 3 soon to be 4 dogs and a kitty named SnowBell that she absolutely babies.  

Amelia’s goal is to help any and every animal in need. She isn’t scared to handle any kind of animal but if she sees a spider she will run away.

Christina McCafferty

Veterinary Assistant

Christina is a skilled Veterinary Assistant for 10+ years working in General Practice, Internal Medicine, Emergency or Oncology. Christina looks forward to helping clients and their pets everyday.

Christina grew up in the Pacific Northwest and enjoys the great outdoors with her Chihuahua named Daisy; whether it’s driving along the pacific northwest coastline or on the beach. She spends her free time with her family.

Aimee Spinelli

Veterinary Assistant

Aimee is a veterinary assistant that has been in the veterinary field for over five years. Aimee has had a love for animals since a young age and this passion only grew through riding/working with horses and working with dogs in a day care setting. A drastic career change from food service led Aimee into the veterinary field at a general practice hospital. Through her time in the veterinary field, Aimee has grown and learned from many of the doctors and technicians that continue to inspire her to do more. This eventually led to the transition into the cardiac specialty which continues to fuel her passion and love for the veterinary field.

Aimee is a transplant from Southern California but has embraced all things Pacific Northwest! Aimee enjoys camping, hiking, and exploring all dog friendly places with her two heeler mixes Dixie and Walsh. 

Kody Moore

Director of Clinical Operations

Kody was born and raised on the island of Guam, where her love for working with animals started in their family owned and operated exotic animal and horse rescue, which was located at the family home. In the Marianas, she learned to work with a variety of animals, ranging from monitor lizards to tigers at the on-site veterinary facility. At the age of 8, she got to watch her first surgery on a black-maned lion, and so her interest in medicine began!

Before graduating high school, Kody was back to working with animals at the Rio Grande zoo in Albuquerque, NM as a camel handler; but as soon as she turned 18, she turned her sights to emergency medicine and began working as an overnight assistant at the local specialty and emergency facility. Since then, Kody has been in the shoes of nearly every position and type of practice, from surgery assistant in general practice to client relations in specialty medicine. It was through client relations that Kody found her true calling in the field – leadership.

For Kody, leadership is not just a title, but a way of life. She believes that being a good leader means putting the team first, fostering a culture of respect, growth and kindness, and most importantly – leading by example. Whether she is mentoring a new team member or navigating a challenging new project, Kody is always striving to be the kind of leader that she herself would want to work for. Overall, she is committed to helping her team achieve their goals and reach their full potential!

Kody and her fiancé Katelyn live in Lake Stevens with their two dogs, Piper and Bernie, their cat Petrie, two frogs Uno and Dos, and their ever-multiplying number of chickens. In her free time, Kody enjoys playing her instruments, reading, art, video and board gaming.

Rachel Rowe

Referral Coordinator

Rachel has been enamored with animals of all kinds since she was a child. In 2008 she started volunteering at various animal shelters, caring for rabbits, ferrets, rats, and many other exotic and pocket pets, as well as cats (her favorite!). This led to her wanting to work with animals full-time. She has since worked as a receptionist and assistant in both general practice and radiology, as well as having a pet-sitting business for over ten years.

In her spare time, Rachel loves to make yummy vegan treats, read, hike, and explore her town. She also loves snuggling with her fur baby: four-year-old rowdy kitty Rupert. She also has an affinity for bunnies.

She also loves snuggling with her two kitties, rowdy and rambunctious Rupert and Reya.

Megan Vogler

Referral Coordinator

Megan is proud to be a Seattle Native. She started in general practice in 2005 as a Certified Veterinary Assistant. In 2014 she made the leap into specialty practice and has loved it ever since.

Megan shares her home with her husband, daughter, and crazy Red Lab Gus. In her leisure time Megan enjoys exploring new Washington Wineries with good friends and rooting for her home football team. Go Hawks!

Mike Maran

Chief Financial Officer

Mike is a seasoned financial expert at Olympic Veterinary Cardiology, holding certifications in managerial accounting and strategy and competitive analysis from the Institute of Management Accountants. He plays a pivotal role in shaping the financial landscape and strategic direction of our practice.

His impressive educational journey includes a Master of Business Administration with a specialization in accounting from Eastern Washington University, as well as a Master of Business Administration with a focus on business leadership and change management from Tiffin University.

Before joining our team, Mike carved a path of leadership in various roles within the software development and retail sectors. He also lent his administrative expertise to the college and university setting.

Outside the world of finance, Mike shares his life with his devoted husband, Brian, with whom he has celebrated over two decades of partnership. Their loving family extends to include their son, Caleb, and their four-legged companions: Orville, an exuberant Jack Russell Terrier, and Süda, a pampered yet endearing rescued Papillon.

During his leisure time, Mike passionately explores his interests in photography, private aviation as a pilot, underwater adventures as a SCUBA diver, and the joys of hiking. He cherishes the opportunity to create lasting travel memories with his beloved family.