Barb Crabbe, DVM Practice Owner
Dr. Crabbe is a graduate of UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, and completed an internship in large animal medicine and surgery at Washington State University. She also did graduate work in biomechanics at UC Davis, where she studied patterns of locomotion in exercising horses.
Dr. Crabbe is a contributing editor to Horse and Rider magazine and a frequent contributor and member of the advisory board for Dressage Today magazine. Her articles have won numerous American Horse Publications awards, and in 2007 she saw her book Comprehensive Guide to Equine Veterinary Medicine published by Sterling publishing, a large New York publishing company.
She is an avid dressage rider and competitor with several ODS and USDF regional championships on her resume, and is a graduate with distinction from the USDF-L judges program. In addition, she is a former board member of the Northwest Equine Practitioners Association and the Oregon Dressage Society.Her particular interests are management of the performance horse in competition, and reproductive technologies including artificial insemination and embryo transfer.
She lives on the PCS farm property with her husband, Bob, a board certified veterinary internist, and two daughters Katie and Jamie. The family is completed by two rescued dogs, and a large herd of horses and ponies.
Jennifer Posey, DVM, CVA, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Posey is a graduate of Oregon State University School of Veterinary Medicine. She joined PCS in 2004 after spending several years as an associate veterinarian at a busy ambulatory practice on the East Coast.
She is interested in all areas of equine medicine, and is responsible for the dentistry program at PCS. Dr Posey has a special interest in alternative therapies, and is certified in veterinary acupuncture with the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society,is a certified Tui-Na practitioner and has completed training in chinese herbs. In addition, she is an AERC(American Endurance Ride Conference) certified ride veterinarian. Dr. Posey grew up in a Western Saddle, and spent her youth actively involved in 4H and barrel racing. Spending her summers in Idaho, she logged numerous hours in the saddle riding in the mountains with her family and friends. While having a personal horse of her own is on the back burner for a while, horses are still a huge part of her family. Dr. Posey rides whenever she has a chance to visit her father’s ranch in Texas.
She currently lives in Molalla with her husband Ben, their two daughters, Tegan Savannah. and two dogs Maverick and Chandler.
Lindsey Moneta, DVM Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Moneta graduated from Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013 where she helped conduct clinical research during the summers. After graduation, she completed a one year internship in equine medicine, surgery, and ambulatory care at Pacific Crest Equine in Exeter, California. Before vet school she spent much of her time at PCS shadowing Dr. Crabbe and Dr. Posey and joined PCS as an associate veterinarian in October 2014.
Dr Monet's main interests include preventive care and sporthorse medicine, helping ensure a healthy life from foal to senior citizen while maintaining peak performance. Dr. Moneta also thoroughly enjoys client education and believes an informed owner is an essential part of equine health. She is happy to answer questions and come to your barn to do informational seminars on a wide variety of topics.
Dr. Moneta grew up in Lake Oswego and has been riding and competing in dressage from a young age on all types of horses including tiny ponies, arabians, and warm bloods. Currently, she owns and rides her Oldenburg/QH cross Ina, who was born at PCS and trekked with her to vet school and her internship. She and her husband Cameron, a small animal veterinarian, live with their two adopted dogs, Lizard and Brody.
Val Zeek, BS
Val came to PCS in 2007, after spending 14 years as the barn manager for a large Warmblood breeding operation and dressage training stable. She is a graduate of Oregon State University where she not only earned a BS in biology, but also kept busy as a herdsman and riding instructor for the OSU Horse center.
Val’s love of horses started early, as she grew up on a large farm in Molalla where her mother raised Arabians. She had her first pony at the age of 3, and was active in 4H throughout grade school and high school. Now a dressage enthusiast, Val has competed successfully through 3rd level, with both ODS and USDF regional championships to her credit.
In 2010 her Oldenburg mare, Ivy, produced the nations top scoring foal. Val currently lives on her parent’s farm with her 2 dogs. 7 horses and countless rescued cats.
Sarah Burns. BS
Sarah joined the PCS team in 2016 after graduating from Northern Arizona University with a degree in Human Physiology. She is honing her skills alongside our doctors as she prepares to apply to veterinary school.
Sarah has ridden horses for most of her life, and spent her junior years competing on the A-Circuit at Hunter/Jumper shows throughout Arizona. She is currently horseless and spends much of her free time hiking and exploring the Oregon wilderness. We predict it won't be long before she finds herself back in the saddle.
Sarah lives in Oregon City with her rescued dog, Barclay and acient feline survivor of coyote-attack, Booger.
Shaley is a lifelong horsewoman who started her career training at hunter/jumper barns in Southern California. She moved to
Oregon in 2015 and managed a boarding facility in Oregon City before joining PCS in 2016. Shaley took
on the position of Office Manager in 2018 after two years spent filling every role from veterinary assistant to
Shaley continues to ride regularly. She is especially excited about starting her young Quarter Horse with an eye on exploring reining along with other western disciplines. When she's not out with the horses, she enjoys practicing archery.
Shaley lives in Estacada with her husband Brandon and daughter Addiline. They round out their family with two dogs and a goat named goatie.
Vicky came to PCS in 2018 after a long career in federal service. She has spent the last 15 years working in medical offices, and brings a wealth of experience to the PCS team.
Vicky enjoys spending time with her 21 year old Quarter Horse "pet" named Taylor, and when she's not with the animals she enjoys playing the piano and the organ at her church. Vicky has three children who have all reached adulthood, and are off being successful on their own.
She lives at home with several rescued dogs who she takes care of as part of her work with the Old-Dog Haven rescue organization.
Nicole grew up in Lake Oswego where she participated in 4H, and was a successful competitor in showmanship and dressage. She then moved to Virginia where she worked at a 160-horse equestrian center on a Naval Base. Nicole returned to Oregon in 2010 and joined PCS as our barn manager. She keeps our horses happy and our facility in shape. When she's not busy at PCS, Nicole enjoys gardening.
Nicole lives at home with her husband, three children, dog, two cats and two guinea pigs who she blames on Dr. Crabbe.
Shawnee graduated from Molalla High School in 2017 where she was involved in FFA Horse Judging, and was a member of the Mollala OHSET team. She came to PCS in 2017 where she performs duties ranging from assisting with veterinary procedures to cleaning stalls and helping with grounds maintenance. Shawnee is currently attending Clackamas Comunity College and hopes to eventually attend nursing school.