Dr. Bland is currently a poultry veterinarian for Cutler Associates, Inc. He attended Oregon State University for both his undergraduate and veterinary medicine degree. There, he developed his passion for poultry medicine and enjoys sharing this passion with students. Click to Read More about Dr. Bland and his passion for poultry.
Dr. Leila Marcucci is an experienced avian veterinarian certified in Avian Practice with an interest in rabbit and rodent (guinea pigs, chinchillas, hamsters, rats...) medicine. Dr. Marcucci graduated from the University of Illinois, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. She is currently the owner of Bay Area Bird Hospital and serves as Vice President of the SF Veterinary Medical Association. Click to read more about Dr. Marcucci and her work with avian/exotics!
Dr. Bianca Murphy is an avian veterinarian who graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary medicine. With a passion for all feathered creatures, Dr. Murphy is currently working towards becoming board certified in Avian Medicine. Click to read more about Dr. Murphy and her passion for avian medicine!
Check out this scaly vet! Dr. Louisa Asseo is a reptile veterinarian with a genuine passion for exotic animal medicine. She graduated from UC Davis School of Veterinary medicine and has a special interest in reptile medicine and surgery, as well as, small mammal and dog and cat medicine and surgery. She is very active in the Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians and is currently the co-chair of the membership committee for this organization. She has instructed at veterinary technology schools in reptile medicine, husbandry, handling and surgery. In addition, she is the current president of the Board of Directors for the Contra Costa Veterinary Medicine Association. Click to read more about Dr. Asseo.
Dr. Susan Choy is a veterinarian that specializes in the care of birds. She is a graduate of the University of California, Davis - School of Veterinary Medicine. Find out about her training in avian medicine and her early experience of keeping birds in her college dorm room that later led to a profound experience in deciding to pursue avian medicine as a career. Finally, find out she why believes obtaining veterinary medicine experience before veterinary school is so important to future success in the field.
Dr. Rene Gandolfi is founder and chief veterinarian at Castro Valley Companion Animal Hospital. He is a board-certified specialist in Canine and Feline Animal Care and a recognized expert in exotic species, including ferrets, bats and fish. Fun facts Dr. Gandolfi graduated second in his class from UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1981 and is certified in Veterinary Acupuncture. Find out more about his decision to pursue veterinary medicine and what he wants pre-vet students to know about standing out in the applicant pool.