Dr. Kristen Rogowicz

Dr. Rogowicz began working as a veterinary assistant at the age of 19 while attending undergraduate school and fell in love with veterinary medicine. She graduated from CalPoly Pomona in 2006 with a degree in Animal Science and then went on to receive her doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Western University of Health Science in 2011. She has been practicing in Southern California ever since. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, fitness activities and woodworking.

Dr. Fred Li

Dr. Li grew up in Southern California and received his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA. Dr. Li also spent one year as a surgical intern at California Veterinary Specialists. His love of animals began early in life when he raised chickens, turtles and fish and volunteered at the local shelter. When he is not at work, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, tinkering with the latest technology and gadgets, and exploring new places with his wife. Dr. Li is bilingual in English and Mandarin Chinese. 期待与您和您的宠物相会!

Dr. Chris Bory

At an early age, Dr. Bory knew that he loved animals and wanted to be in a career where he could help them. While in his teen years, Dr. Bory first began working in the veterinary field as a kennel attendant. Shortly after, he became a Registered Veterinary Technician, and continued to work on his education at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. In 2006 he graduated with his Bachelors in Science Biology and a Minor in Microbiology. After completing his Bachelors degree, Dr. Bory moved to a small island in the Caribbean where he continued to work toward his goal of becoming a veterinarian at Ross University, School of Veterinary Medicine. His last clinical year was completed at Oklahoma State University and in 2009 Dr. Bory received is doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. With his wife and children Dr. Bory has fulfilled his dream of owning his own veterinary practice, where he can make sure all animals that come into his hospital will leave feeling healthy and happy.