Meet Our Team


Join us in welcoming our returning and new staff!

We have made some significant changes to serve all of our clients better. We welcome our returning and new staff! We look forward to catering to the expanding needs of our clientele. We know that all of the positive changes made at our practice will help us in our efforts to continually grow and improve our service to you.


  • Charlene W.
    Administration

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  • Marcela R.
    Client Services

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  • Lindsey S.
    Client Services

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  • Erin Lea M.
    RVT
    Patient Care Staff - Registered Veterinary Technician

    Erin Lea is an RVT, and joined the APMC family in May of 2017.  Erin Lea has been working with animals for many years – starting at her local animal shelter and moving into educating children about a variety of animals at schools and summer camps, before becoming a Registered Veterinary Technician in 2017 (after graduating from Pierce College in 2016). Erin Lea lives with two cats, “Noodle” and “Pocket,” and three rabbits – “Bunadict,” “Appa,” and “Momo.” When not at work, Erin Lea plays in a local community wind ensemble and composes music.

  • John S.
    Patient Care Staff - Veterinary Assistant

    John is another of our veterinary assistants who has been a part of the All Pets family since our re-opening in June of 2016. He was born and raised in a small Oregon town in the shadow of the Cascade Mountains, and began taking care of animals at a young age. John has been working in the veterinary field since 1991, and has applied his skills in large multi-doctor practices, animal emergency and radiation/chemotherapy for pets, but finds his true calling in a small, family-style hospital like All Pets Medical Centre. After many years of rescuing Basenjis, John presently shares his home and life with a beautiful senior red-nosed Pit Bull named “Cabo” whom he adopted after her previous owner passed away. Not having any pets at the time, he jumped at the chance to give this bully breed a loving home. When he is not at work, John enjoys long moonlit walks with “Cabo” and working on his motorcycles.

  • Krystal C.
    Patient Care Staff - Veterinary Assistant

    Krystal completed vocational training in March of 2017 at Animal Behavior College, and officially joined APMC in April of 2017. At home she has two cats, 'Bob' and 'Kit,' and a lab named 'Gailey.' Krystal has plans to return to school and earn her RVT license. In her off time, she loves to go horseback riding and paintballing with her husband!

  • Katia S.
    Patient Care Staff - Veterinary Assistant

    Katia joined the team in July of 2018. She has had a strong interest in veterinary medicine since childhood and is particularly fond of reptiles and birds. She currently attends school at UCLA and enjoys volunteering in the herpetology lab on campus and teaching people about reptiles. When not at work or school she enjoys spending time with her snakes, birds, and dog. 

  • Ben W.
    Patient Care Staff

    Ben was born and raised in Southern California.  He has grown up around animals, primarily dogs and tortoises. In his free time, he enjoys reading, watching sports, and playing with his dog 'Oliver'. Ben loves working with the animals because they always have the most interesting personalities. 

  • In Loving Memory: Tina T
    Patient Care Staff - Veterinary Assistant

    We miss you and will never forget you.  Your love of the animals inspired us.  We know you are blessed with taking care of all of God's animals in heaven.

Welcome to All Pets Medical Centre!

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am

6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am

6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am

6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am

6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am

6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am

3:00 pm

Sunday:

CLOSED

CLOSED

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