Carol Forhan-Wilson, DVM
Dr. Forhan-Wilson was born and raised in Washington. She is a 1978 graduate of Washington State University. She has been working at Orland Veterinary Hospital since 1978, and bought into the practice in 1989.
She and her husband, King Wilson, have four children and nine grandchildren. They also breed and raise Foundation Quarter Horses. She currently specializes in small animal care including surgery and diagnostics.
Jack Griffiths, DVM
Dr. Griffiths was raised in Glenn County and attended school in Willows where he graduated from Willows High School. He attended college at Sacramento State, Chico State and graduated from Kansas State University with a B.S. degree in Biology and a DVM degree. He came to work at Orland Veterinary Hospital for Ed Smith, DVM and Neil Haley, DVM after graduating from Veterinary school and bought into the practice in 1989.
His wife, Lenora (Sealy) is a local lady and together they raised three children in Orland. They have seven grandchildren. He has been involved in local programs like 4-H and FFA and has coached Little League baseball. He believes that volunteering is vital for the community and young people. He also provides small animal care from preventive care to surgery.