Dr. Amolakjit Sandhu

He was born and raised in the Inland Empire and completed his veterinary degree from St. Mathews University in 2016. He has always had a great passion for working with many types of animals ranging from dogs and cats to rabbits and guinea pigs. He completed his clinical year of veterinary medicine at Illinois State University which also introduced him to the amazing world of farm and large animals. Veterinary medicine gives him a chance to give a voice to those who cannot express themselves. Having 2 dogs of his own, he feels that being able to provide all furry family members with the compassion and care that they deserve, makes this career fulfilling and is the reason why he loves coming to work everyday. Him and his wife have worked very hard to create a safe and comforting space for you and your pet so that they can provide the best quality care. Bringing your pet to a veterinary hospital can be a stressful process in itself, but if decisions are made together, the best outcomes can be achieved!

Dr. Khushveen Sandhu

She was born in India and migrated to the Bay Area at the age of 6. She completed her veterinary degree from Ross University and her clinical year at Louisiana State University in 2017. Dr. Sandhu attributes her passion for veterinary medicine to her beloved dog Cotton. Cotton has taught her that puppy days bring lots of happiness and joy and senior dog days bring about tenderness and care. She has had the privilege to work both in hospital settings as well as in a pop-up vaccine clinics. All clients have one thing in common and that is concern and love for their pets. She looks forward to using her and her husbands knowledge and passion to work with your beloved fur babies to provide them with the best care possible!

Dr. Veronica Contreras

Dr. Contreras was born and raised in Southern California, living in various cities throughout Orange and Riverside county. She had a love of animals from an early age, and developed a love of science in school, which led her to her dream: becoming a veterinarian. After graduating as a valedictorian from her high school, she then went on to graduate cum lade with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of California in Riverside. From there, she went on to graduate with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of California Davis - School of Veterinary Medicine.

She then worked as a general practitioner for a few years, where she enjoyed interpreting bloodwork results and performing surgeries. However, she eventually had a dog come to her with the sudden inability to use her back legs. Although her family could not afford a back surgery, they were very dedicated to their fur baby, and brought her in for a check up with Dr. Contreras every week, and also started taking her elsewhere for some acupuncture sessions. And within a couple months, she was running circles around the exam room again!

Having witnessed this amazing recovery, Dr. Contreras decided to take a deeper look into integrative medicine, and loved what she found. She then went back to school to acquire her acupuncture certification, which allowed her to leave her general practice job to completely focus on integrative medicine. She then did another year of study for her rehabilitation certification, and hopes to continue to expand her knowledge in the future, to better serve her patients, and their families.

Dr. Contreras loves being able to help her patients feel better, and giving them the ability to live their lives to the fullest! She also enjoys being able to see her patients regularly enough to build relationships with them, and their families.

When she's not working, Dr. Contreras enjoys spending time with her family, and doing things with her hands - like woodworking, crafting, and crocheting. One of her recently completed projects is a catio for her cat, who is afraid to go outside but loves chatting with the birds!

Jackie - Reception

I have been in this field for 2 years and am currently in school to get my vet tech license. I have always had a love for animals and knew this was the field I want to be in. I have 2 fur-babies, Coco (3) and Shaggy (12) and they are my whole world. In my free time, I like reading and being with my family and friends! I look forward to meeting you and caring for your fur baby at your next visit.

Christina - Technician

I have always had a love for animals and grew up volunteering to gain experience. I have currently been working in the veterinary field for 6 years, I graduated in 2018 with my Associates of Animal Science and certification in Veterinary Technology. My passion is to educate clients about veterinary medicine and proper care. In my spare time I enjoy hiking with my fur-babies (Drogon & Nymeria), spending time with my bunny (Pumpkin) , and being around family/ friends. I also still look for opportunities to volunteer. I look forward to meeting you and your family at your next visit.

Evelyn - Technician

Been in vet med for 4 years now :), I enjoy being in surgery (esp. dentals). I basically have a farm (2 pigs, 1 goat, + a whole lot of chickens). I own 4 dogs (2 shih tzus, 1 korean jindo, 1 great pyrenees). In my free time I spend it going out to Disneyland or either out walking my dogs.


Oscar - Technician

I have been in the vet med for 3.5 years. I am an avid fisherman. I enjoy camping, playing video games and playing soccer. I live with 2 german shepherds named Athena and Poseiden. I hope to one day be the next Steve Irwin and discover Bigfoot. Also a huge dinosaur lover and always interested in learning new things.

Kevin - Technician

I have a true passion for animal care, and have been in the field for 1.5 years working with large and small animals. I own a dog, a fish and three birds. I enjoy playing and watching sports. My favorite animals are ducks and hope to one day own one. My dream job is working at an Emergency Animal Hospital, my second dream job is ghost hunting.

Rachel - Technician

Ever since I was  kid I've always wanted to work with animals and have devote my life to veterinary medicine. I've been in the field for 3 1/2 - 4 years living the dream and when I'm not at the hospital, I'm working at my other job selling vinyl records/ CDs/ cassettes and more. When not working I like to skateboard, go to punk shows and on adventures to nature spots. My whole world is my cat Germ, a 3 year old black cat with big eyes who tends to be quite spicy like a California reaper, but she still loves me... most days.