Denise Adams-Berg DVMMedical Director, Staff Veterinarian
Dr. Denise Adams was born and raised on a small family farm in the Midwest where she developed her love and appreciation for a wide variety of animals. After graduating high school, Dr. Adams moved to California where she pursued an English Literature degree at UC Berkeley. Throughout college, she continued to work with animals in both the shelter and clinic setting, but it was not until completing her liberal arts education and managing a veterinary clinic that she determined she wanted to become a veterinarian and dedicate her life’s work to the care of animals.
Dr. Adams obtained her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2012 from the University of California, Davis where she graduated with honors and was awarded the California Veterinary Medical Association Award for Practice Excellence. Additionally, Dr. Adams completed the Canine Behavior Academy Level I Certification and was president of the Behavior Medicine Club at UC Davis.
Dr. Adams is passionate about supporting and informing the human-animal bond between pets and their caretakers. Animal behavior, soft tissue surgery, and dermatology are of particular interest to her. In 2017, Dr. Adams successfully completed the Fear-Free Certification Program in an effort to improve the experience each pet has while visiting the veterinary clinic.
Dr. Adams lives in Marin County with her husband, three small children, three dogs, one cat, and several fish. When she had leisure time, Dr. Adams enjoyed traveling, reading, running, and a good meal. She looks forward to enjoying these activities again in 20 years, but for now, she is content to take her kids to gymnastics, snuggle her dogs on the couch, and catch a few minutes of sleep before beginning another day practicing the world’s best profession.
Dr. Fady Baskharon DVMOwner, Staff Relief Veterinarian
Dr. Fady is a graduate of Alexandria Egypt 2007, BVSc. He enjoys working with cats, dogs, and equines. He enjoys dentistry. His favorite animal is a Donkey and wishes to have one someday. He has an awesome sense of humor and is an awesome DVM.
Shikher Singla DVMOwner, Staff Relief Veterinarian
Bio coming soon.
Dr. Andres Gonzalez DVMDoctor of Veterinary Medicine
Dr Andres Gonzalez was born in the northeast of Mexico, where he worked as a veterinarian focused mainly on anatomic pathology. He had the opportunity last year to come to the US to continue his journey as a DVM. He enjoys working with dogs and cats & has a special interest in pathology and internal medicine. Fun fact: He has a 1-year-old cat named Piccolo who was born with a PPDH.
Dr. Hani Korani DVM, DACVS-SADoctor of Veterinary Medicine
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 and fluoroscopic surgery.
He enjoys spending time with his two young children and, when time allows, also enjoys reading and working out at the gym.
Dr. Lori DrourrConsultant/Cardiologist
Bio Coming soon