About Us - Mission Veterinary Clinic, Animal Hospital, and Emergency Vet
Each veterinarian and member of veterinary staff at our facility brings their combined years of expertise to your pet's wellness and pet emergency care. We regularly treat dogs, cats, and other animals - providing diagnostic testing, x-ray, emergency vet care, vaccinations, and more. We strive to create a positive, loving atmosphere to care for your pet to make them feel at home.
Meet Our Granada Hills Staff
Dr. Nahkla graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary medicine in Cairo in 1970. Before his dream to move to the United States was realized, he worked as a farm animal veterinarian in Egypt for 10 years.
Dr. Gurmani began his veterinary career as a student at the College of Veterinary Medicine in Lahore, Pakistan. He then decided to further his education by finishing veterinary school at Oklahoma State University, graduating in 2006.
Our Veterinary Staff
Danny is our cornerstone family member here at Mission. In charge of our intern training program, Danny has played a huge role in cultivating a passion for animal science with the interns and other staff members. We are blessed to have called him a part of our team for over 14 years.
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.
Lottie has spent the past four years studying veterinary nursing at Pierce College. She's found her passion in taking care of animals while earning an AS degree in Veterinary Technology. She even has three pet mice!
Shadyra began her journey in veterinary medicine around 2006 with another veterinarian clinic. She has three dogs: Maggie, Georgie, and Lalo who inspire her to treat the client’s pets like family.
Connor was accepted to Chico State University as an Animal Science major. Connor's intentions are to obtain a bachelor of science in animal science, and then he hopes to attend veterinary school at Colorado State University.
Patrick is a Pre-Veterinary Student at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks. He works at the Mission Veterinary Clinic and Animal Hospital in his spare time and hopes to attend Western University of Health Sciences to obtain his Doctorate degree in veterinary medicine.
Jess started working at a clinic at age 20 primarily because she liked the idea of joining an industry which helped animals. She has a young pit bull named Duke, who she claims as inspiration.
Johanna 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 owning a pet beagle that she adores.