Meet Our Team

Raminder Dadwal, DVM

     Dr. Raminder Dadwal graduated from Punjab Agricultural University with a Masters Degree and Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine.  Practicing medicine for over 10 years. Dr. Dadwal is a skilled veterinarian, with a special interest in veterinary dentistry and surgery.  He believes in furthering his education within the field to ensure he is providing the best care possible for his patients.  He is a strong community leader and gives back within his community and the veterinary industry.  Dr. Dadwal purchased Curtner Pet Clinic in 2015, and he has really enjoyed working with his team and clients.  During his spare time, Rami enjoys spending time with his family, and his pup, Blue.

Becca - Veterinary Assistant

      Becca is one of Curtner Pet Hospital's talented veterinary assistants.  Though you will only see her part time, she is a very dedicated team member that will treat your fur babies like her own.  She feels very fortunate that she was able to find a career where she can do what she loves every day.  At home, she has 3 fur children - Lilo, Lola, and Ripley (pictured above).  They are all 100%, purebred mutts, with short legs and adorable faces.  When she is not at work, she enjoys handing out with her family and friends.

Guin - Veterinary Assistant, Lead Surgical Nurse

      Guin graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in Wildlife and Environmental Conservation.  She has 6 years of wildlife rehabilitation experience working with the native wildlife of Oklahoma.  After moving to California, she pursued working in the veterinary field.  She has been a veterinary assistant for 3 years, and plans to continue in this field.  She loves doing lab work and assisting with surgeries. She is currently in charge of the surgery here at Curtner.  Guin lives in San Jose with her husband, little boy, and 2 cats.  In her free time, she likes to read, hike, and go to the beach with her boys.

Anna - Veterinary Assistant

    Anna is one of our friendliest, most knowledgeable veterinary assistants.  She graduated from UC Davis in 2014 with her BA in Animal Science. Anna is passionate about science and animals, and found that the veterinary industry is perfect for both.  In her free time, she loves spending her time baking with the help of her two furry felines, Socks and Scrappy.

Orlando - Veterinary Assistant

    Orlando is a long time resident at Curtner Pet Clinic.  He started in 2011.  He is a great asset to our team with his excellent skill set and drive that he brings every day.  He is passionate about the work he does with his patients, and his excellence shows in his interactions with his clients.  In addition, he is also fluent in Spanish.

Paula - Receptionist

     

     Paula is one of the most charismatic people at Curtner Pet Clinic.  She will make sure that your furry friend is happy to visit our veterinarians.  She joined our team in August of 2016, shortly after obtaining her BS in Animal Science at UC Davis.  Her passion has always been working with animals since she was little.  Her interests include veterinary parasitology and virology.  She is currently a mother to 3 Guinea Pigs, a miniature poodle and 2 clown fishes.  Paula is fluent in Spanish and is more than happy to help those pet parents that are more comfortable understanding about their pets health in their native language.  During her free time, she loves to explore new places and enjoys trying different types of food from around the world.

Amanda - Receptionist

     Amanda is Curtner's Pet Clinic's newest team members, starting in April of 2017.  Amanda obtained her BA in Psychology, and AA in Social and Liberal Sciences.  She has been in the veterinary field for 5 years.  She really has a passion for working with animals and loves learning everything that she can.  Her focus right now is learning pharmacology and oncology.  Amanda's favorite part of the day is during discharges where she can educate owners about the at-home care and medications that their pets need to continue to be healthy. Outside of work, Amanda enjoys wine tasting, Shark's games, going to the gym and hanging out with her pets.  She currently has a fun feline named, Pierre, who has a mustache and is French.  She also has a senior chihuahua (pictured above) named Little Billy.  

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Great first experience. Really appreciated the care the doctor took with me and my cat whose experiencing dental issues. Instead of looking for the most invasive procedure, he suggested medication first sure to my cat's young age. Kudos sir, will definitely be making future visits here!"
    - Christopher Salguero
  • "The staff is so nice and the vet is so caring. They always make a big fuss about our cats Alex and Lexi when we come in. So glad we found this place."
    - Sergio Duran
  • "It’s highly recommended! The stuff is really friendly, it was fast, clean and professional. And the price its really affordable."
    - Jacklyn Jennifer Timana

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