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    Dr. Jessica Holliday

    Dr. Jessica Holliday is the owner and medical director of Berkeley Animal Hospital. She grew up alongside her two brothers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She graduated from Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2007 and practiced for four years at a small animal and emergency clinic in Las Vegas, NV before moving to the Bay Area in 2011. She has worked at several clinics in the Bay Area before starting Berkeley Animal Hospital.

    Dr. Holliday’s goal in veterinary medicine is to aid in the healthiest life for your animal family with the least amount of stress possible. She does this through listening to your concerns and tailoring a plan for your needs. Although she enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine she has a particular soft spot for senior pets.

    In her spare time, Dr. Holliday enjoys living an active and healthy life with her friends and family, including Nelly, a Shepherd mix, and Elliot, a Terrier-Dachshund mix.

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    Dr. Rachel Moulton

    Entering Tufts University in 1987, I wanted to be a physician. However, while working at Harvard Medical School following graduation, I discovered my true calling after a chance meeting with a veterinarian. I moved from the East Coast to California to attend UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1997. Afterward, the “call to service” was very loud in my ears, so I joined the United States Army Veterinary Corps in 2001 and served my country until 2009. I have been practicing in the great state of California ever since, making my home in Oakland with my Cal grad husband and 3 cats.  I have strong interests in prevention, internal medicine, and dermatology. I proudly self-identify as a nerd, ‘crazy cat lady’, and dog aficionado.

    It is a privilege to care for your beloved companions, and it is my goal to be a trusted partner in their care. I feel very honored to be a part of the Berkeley Animal Hospital community and am pleased to continue to serve the folks in my neighborhood

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    Beth Schneider MS, L.Ac.

    Beth has been working as a licensed acupuncturist in the Bay Area since 2005. She has been treating small animals in several veterinary hospitals in Marin, El Cerrito, San Francisco, and Oakland.

    Beth received her Masters Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College in Berkeley and her California State Acupuncture license in 2005.

    Beth initially became infatuated with Eastern Medicine while working as a veterinary technician at a holistic veterinary hospital in Sonoma County. She observed a dramatic difference between how the animals walked into their acupuncture appointments and how they walked out. She is very passionate about her patients and is deeply aware of the inter-species bond that we have with our companion animals. Her focus is always on their quality of life.

    She loves treating pets with a variety of issues and is particularly interested in orthopedic and neurological disorders as well as working with geriatric pet.
    Beth believes deeply in the integration of both Eastern and Western Medicine in order to achieve the best possible outcome for the patient.

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    Dr. Hani Korani DVM, DACVS-SA

    Dr. Hani Korani completed his small animal surgery residency at North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, where he learned the technical skills and confidence to perform complicated and intricate surgeries.

    Previously, Dr. Korani has been a staff surgeon in private practices in North Carolina, Texas, and Hawaii. He had also spent some time in academia as an Assistant Professor of Small Animal Surgery at Tuskegee University.

    Dr. Korani’s surgical interests include complex orthopedics surgeries, including fracture repair, bone & joint surgery, sports injuries, TPLO/TTA, corrective skeletal deformities, reconstructive skin & wound surgery & management. He is also skilled in Abdominal, Cardiovascular, Thoracic, Neurosurgery & minimally invasive procedures that include Laparoscopy, Thoracoscopy, Endoscopy & Fluoroscopic surgery.

    He enjoys spending time with his two young children and, when time allows, reading and working out at the gym.

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    Dr. Lori Drourr -Cardiologist

    Dr. Lori Drourr graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. She spent 9 years working in general practice before returning to academia to pursue her passion for cardiology. Following her residency at Texas A&M University, she achieved board certification from the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM). She became a Diplomate of the ACVIM in the College of Cardiology. As a specialist, she has worked in private specialty practice and as an associate professor at the University of Guelph, Ontario Veterinary College. Dr. Drourr has lectured at local and national meetings, including the ACVIM, AVMA, AHAA, and the SFVMA. She has facilitated veterinary staff training and participated in building a cardiology webinar that has reached more than 2000 veterinarians worldwide. She also collaborated with the veterinarians at the San Francisco and Oakland Zoos, studying dilated cardiomyopathy in meerkats. She continues to volunteer her time at the San Francisco Zoo as needed.

    Dr. Drourr has published articles, presented her research on cats with and without murmurs, and contributed to the book The ABCDs of Small Animal Cardiology, A Practical Manual.

    She’s a veterinarian by trade, a windsurfer, and a water woman by heart. Her favorite place in the world is Crissy Field – the beauty of the Bay Area captured in a single snapshot. Happiness is captured in the playful patterns of sand-filled paw prints.


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    Dr. Amy Allen -Endoscopy

    Dr. Amy Allen is a board-certified internal medicine specialist with a special interest in endoscopy. She trained at UC Davis and the University of Illinois and has been performing mobile endoscopy for over 20 years. When Dr. Allen is not scoping animals, she can be found hiking with her Dutch Shepherd mix or spending time with her two kids and husband and large extended family.