Dr. Bevin Marzullo DVM

Dr. Bevin Marzullo DVM
  • Owner and Veterinarian - Pacific City Veterinary Care, Seattle, WA
  • Associate Veterinarian - Bellevue Animal Hospital, Bellevue, WA
  • Associate Veterinarian - Mercer Street Veterinary Hospital, Seattle, WA
  • Associate Veterinarian - Aerowood Animal Hospital, Bellevue, WA
  • Associate Veterinarian - Ambivet, Nottinghamsire, England, UK
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine with Distinction - Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh UK
  • Wildlife Vets Program - South Africa
  • Center for Rehabilitation of Wildlife (C.R.O.W.) - South Africa
  • Doney Coe Pet Clinic Volunteer - Seattle, WA
  • Bachelors of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology with an emphasis in Ecotoxicology and Disease Ecology Summa Cum Laude, - University of California, Davis, Davis, CA

Dr. Marzullo knew she wanted to work with animals from a fairly young age. Her strong interest started with wildlife. Her inspiration for wildlife medicine really took off after reading a book written by Dr. William Karesh, “Appointments at the End of the World: Memoirs of a Wildlife Veterinarian”. The book inspired her to pursue a Bachelor of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology from UC Davis in 2007. She traveled back to Africa many times during her undergraduate and veterinary school careers, and worked with an amazing array of African wildlife, from the large cane rat to giraffe, rhino, and African wild dogs. Her dream was to work with large African wildlife. Her trajectory changed after she received the following advice from wildlife veterinarians: it is prudent to hone your skills in small animal medicine first, which can then be applied to wildlife medicine.

Taking their advice, Dr. Marzullo pursued her degree in veterinary medicine and surgery and graduated with distinction from the University of Edinburgh in 2011. After graduation, she moved down to Nottingham, England where she joined a large 24-hour small animal hospital developed a real love and passion for small animal medicine and the amazing bond between people and their furry family members. The relationships between pet parents and their treasured companions, coupled with the ability to practice high standards of medicine have been what has kept her in small animal general practice. Dr. Marzullo plans to continue to work with wildlife groups in her spare time.

Originally from the PNW, Dr. Marzullo has always loved and appreciated what it has to offer and more than anything enjoys spending time with her partner Rob, their two cats Maynard and Matthews, and their dog Penelope. When not at work she also enjoys travelling, outdoor activities, trying new recipes and seeing as much live music as possible.