Dr. Easton was born and raised in Northwest Washington. Although she enjoyed growing up amongst the mountains and trees, a sunnier life was calling. In 2006 she moved to the Boise area to enjoy the fun and friendly environment of the Treasure Valley.
Dr. Easton attended Boise State University where she received her undergraduate degree in Biology while working part-time as a Veterinary Technician. She then attended Washington State University where she earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. After graduation, Dr. Easton relocated back to the Treasure Valley and joined the IPH team. She enjoys practicing high-quality medicine while developing and building long-lasting relationships with her clients and their pets. She also has a special interest in oncology.
Over the years, Dr. Easton has traveled to help people and animals alike. In 2014 and 2015 she traveled to Haiti with her family to assist in bringing medical care to the Haitian people. She visited Indonesia in 2018, where she released sea turtles back into the wild. In 2019 on a trip to South Africa, she witnessed the effects of rhino poaching and the resulting aftercare of orphaned rhinos.
In her free time, Dr. Easton enjoys hiking and boating with her husband and three adult children. Dr. Easton and her husband share their home with their Dogue de Bordeaux Agnes and Bullmastiff Tilda.