- St. George University: Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine
- Chapman University: BS in Biological Sciencs
- Chapman University: MS in Food Science and Nutrition
Dr. Debbie is an Associate Veterinarian at Placentia Veterinary Clinic. For as long as she can remember she has always wanted to be a Veterinarian. When she was little, there was always pets around the family house. To her it felt like they lived on a farm and she loved it! Her favorite thing about working with animals are the puppy snuggles, tail ways, and kitty head bumps.
Dr. Debbie knew she was in the right place when she first started to vounteer. Everything was so interesting and she loved how sometimes you had to be inventive to get things done. She has a fondness for all areas of veterinary medicine, but she especially loves her sweet older patients.
Her family consists of her husband, two daughters who are in elementary school.
When she’s not in the clinic, Dr. Debbie enjoys reading, crocheting, playing with her kiddos and visiting parks.
- High School Graduate
- Professional Veterinary Assistant School
Imelda will be coming up on her 11 year anniversary with Placentica Veterinary Clinic in April! She started working in the veterinary industry ever since she got her first Chihuahua and then later passed away from a seizure. She knew then that she wanted to help other people with their furry animals and educate them to help prevent this illness and others.
Her favorite thing about working with animals is the waggy tails of puppies and the playfulness of kittens.
Imelda’s family consists of her husband and two daughters. In her free time she loves to read, and singing and dancing with her daughters.
- High school graduate
- Full-time student at Fullerton College
Ashley has been with Placentia Veterinary Clinic for two years. Ashley found her interest in the veterinary industry due to always have a love of animals and knowing that the next step up would be helping them any way she could. Her favorite part of her job is being able to see the progress as sick pets begin to do better and feel better.
Ashley’s family consists of four brothers and one sister, and she also has four rescue dogs Lucy, Bella, Snow and Ginger, along with one rescue cat named Hannah.