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  • Liz

    Liz entered veterinary medicine, thanks to her four-legged baby. She enjoyed learning how to take care of her canine.

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  • Gabriel

    We are very pleased to have Gabriel be a part of our Mission family. Gabriel has had a life long passion for animals, nurtured from his upbringing on his family’s farm in Colombia.

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  • Marlen

    Marlen is a RVT student at Pierce College. She is a dedicated student and compassionate animal lover. Briana is pursuing a career in the veterinary field because she strongly believes every pet deserves a great quality of life.

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  • Danny

    Danny is our cornerstone family member here at Mission. We are blessed to have him with us for over 14 years.

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  • Lottie

    Lottie has spent the past four years studying veterinary nursing at Pierce College. Her passion is taking care of animals and finds it very fulfilling, earning an AS degree in Veterinary Technology.  

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  • Shadyra
    Veterinary Assistant

    Shadyra began her journey in veterinary medicine around 2006 with another veterinary clinic. She has three dogs: Maggie, Georgie, and Lalo who inspire her to treat the client’s pets like family. After years of field experience, Shadyra moved to Mission Vet where she enjoys building a bond with the animals and feeling achieved when they are healthy enough to go home again. In her freetime, she enjoys drawing, reading, and body painting.

  • Connor

    Connor was accepted to Chico State University this Fall, majoring in Animal Science. Connors intentions are to obtain a bachelor of science in animal science and then he hopes to attend veterinary school at Colorado State University.

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  • Patrick

    Patrick is a junior at Bishop Alemany High School. When he is not caring for animals at Mission Animal Care Center or helping with the family’s backyard chicken flock, he spends it playing water polo.

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  • Jess
    Veterianary Receptionist

    Jess started working at a clinic at age 20 mostly because she liked the idea of becoming a part of an industry which helped animals. She has a young pitbull named Duke who helped to inspire her. In her freetime she enjoys sports, traveling, food, and DIY projects. Her favorite part of working with Mission Vet is it’s small tight knit community which makes it easy to build relationships with both coworkers and clients. She loves how rewarding it is to see the improvement on an animals life that the clinic gives.

  • Joann

    Joann loves working with animals at Mission Vet. She is currently attending school at College of the Canyons and is pursuing a career in nursing. Her passion for animals stems from her owning a pet beagle that she adores.

  • Dani

    In 2012, Dannie began her path in veterinary medicine. After 6 years working

    in communication she wanted a change, which led her to our Animal Hospital.
    Now she cannot imagine working without animals. No wonder - Dannie has 6 furry
    friends at home: Jade, a 5 year old pit bull, Oliver, a 3 year old ragdoll and snowshoe
    mix, Lisa, a 7 year old, a tortoiseshell, CJ, a 2 year old German Shepherd, Charlie, a
    17 year old German Shepherd, and Hilary, a 12 year old Shih Tzu.

    Dannie loves how the small, close feel of our veterinary practice. She finds lots of
    support as she continues to find personal growth and achievement through her work.

  • Pam
    Veterinary Assistant

    Pamela has always dreamed of becoming a Veterinarian to help animals in any way
    possible. After graduating from high school, she immediately began the animal studies
    program at Pierce College, with the ambitions to achieve her dream. On Pam’s days off,
    she enjoys painting and spending time with her dog, a 10 year old papillion. It’s easy to
    get up in the morning knowing that you’re working somewhere that’s helping animals.
    Working with her second family at Mission Vet, the best part is knowing that she is able
    to make a change in their life so that they will become happier and healthier when they go home.

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