About Us

Mackenzie Page
PHOTO BY STEVEN G HALL
Founded under the vision and ownership of Dr. Julie A. Page DVM, Peninsula Equine Services is an equine-only practice serving the Gig Harbor and Port Orchard areas. Located on the Kitsap Peninsula, Olalla provides an idyllic pastoral setting.
Dr. Julie A. Page DVM
Office location13045 Olympic Dr SE Olalla WA  DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Mailing addressPO Box 130 Burley WA 98322
Office phone253-858-4515
Fax253-295-0399
Office hours — By appointment. Closed weekends
  We accept VISA® & MASTERCARD®
Dr. Julie Page DVM
Nebraska born and raised, Julie attended the University of Nebraska at Kearney for her pre-veterinary education while fulfilling a basketball scholarship. In 1986, after only three years at Kearney, Julie applied for admission and was accepted to The OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE in Columbus.
Graduating in 1990 from The Ohio State University, Julie arrived in Gilbert AZ for an externship program at ARIZONA EQUINE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL HOSPITAL. Julie met and was employed by Dr. Garth Lamb of Las Vegas NV from 1990 to 1995. While working with Dr. Lamb, Julie had the honor of being an attending veterinarian at the National Finals Rodeo.
Moving here to the Olalla area in 1995, Dr. Page opened a private practice as Peninsula Equine Services. With her major emphasis on Preventative Medicine and Client Education PES has flourished.
Furthering her education, Dr. Page has become certified in veterinary chiropractic through OPTIONS FOR ANIMALS COLLEGE OF ANIMAL CHIROPRACTIC in Kansas.
With the inclusion of laser therapy services, the complementary aspects of veterinary medicine are now a major focus for Dr. Page.
Outside of veterinary medicine, Julie's passion is her daughter, Mackenzie. Hauling her to basketball, choir and rodeos keeps her very busy during off hours.
Debbie Czyzewski Practice Manager
Debbie started her Veterinary career in 1988 as a kennel assistant in a mixed animal five Doctor practice. After two years she started working in all aspects of the hospital with her main focus in Equine Medicine. In 1990 she advanced into the Large Animal Department where she became interested in becoming a licensed Technician. In the spring of 1994 after two years of classes and lots of studying she became a Veterinary Licensed Technician. In 1995 she started working in a very busy small animal hospital where she stayed for ten years. Eventually Debbie became the Office Manager overseeing all aspects of the practice. With her interest always in Equine Medicine the opportunity to work with Dr Julie Page emerged so she took the reins and joined her practice.