You can find Rusty monitoring the hallways here at Canyon. He spends his days making sure all patients are taken care of and that everyone stays on task. You can find him sun bathing or spying on our patients.
- Eating food all day
- Asking for cuddles
- Monitoring Patients
Dr. Fine received her doctorate in veterinary medicine from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She's worked at Canyon Crest Animal Hospital part time since 2008. Dr. Fine has a special interest in feline medicine, and making sure all pets and their people get the best of care. At her free time she enjoys HIIT workouts, reading and listening to books, traveling with her two daughters and husband, and spending time with her cats, Lulu and Ziggy; and her dog Jake.
Angel began working for Dr. Davis in 1985. She managed all 3 hospitals for the past 37 years. On her spare time she enjoys rooting for the Ohio State Buckeyes, playing racquetball and taking her therapy dog to Kaiser. At home she has her tripod french bulldog and her old man pug.
Joanna began working with us back in 1982. On her spare time she enjoys reading, antiquing and gardening. Joanna has a love for all animals but has a special place in her heart for horses.
RVT / Inventory Control
Graduated from UC Davis with a degree in Animal Science and became a licensed technician in 1984.
Sam joined Canyon Crest Animal Hospital in January of 2020. She's been in veterinary medicine since 2014. In her free time she enjoy's spending time with her family and taking care of stray animals. At home she has 2 pitbulls, 1 pug mix, 1 fox terrier and several cats.
Attended East Los Angeles Community College and received her associates degree in Criminal Justice.
Nicole began at Small Animal Hospital in 2015 and transferred over to Canyon Crest in 2021. In her free time she love's hiking, cooking and spending time with her boy's. At home she has a Husky, a Flat Coat Retriever and a Shepherd/Pitbull Mix.
Currently enrolled in Arizona State University pursuing her bachelor's degree in Psychology.
Gaby started at Canyon Crest in 2018. She's been in veterinary medicine for 17 years. She began as an assistant and then became a technician in 2010. She is a cat mom and has four cat babies. Gaby enjoy's painting, drawing, yoga, crochet, knitting, reading and writting. On her off time she enjoys going to museums and Disneyland with her husband.
Gaby received her Bachelor's degree in Art History, a minor in Ceramics and completed 200 hours in yoga teacher training.