Debra Daniels DVM

Dr.Debra Daniels graduated from U.C. Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1979. Prior to that she received a B.S. in Zoology from U.C. Davis. Ripon Veterinary Hospital was founded by Dr. Daniels in 1984. She was past president of Soroptimist International of Ripon, and was past president of the Ripon Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Daniels also had a Relay for Life Team for 8 years.

Ann Scearce DVM

Dr. Ann Scearce is a 1999 graduate of UC Davis, and brings over a decade of caring and love to pets under her care at Ripon Veterinary Hospital. Her special interest is in public health and internal medicine. Dr Ann became certified in acupuncture in March of 2015 from IVAS (The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society). She is also a member of AAVA (American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture).

Lindsay Croom Dvm

Dr. Croom graduated from the University of Georgia in 1991. Her passion is integrating alternative care with traditional medicine. She became certified in acupuncture from Colorado State University in 2002, and in chiropractic in 2006 from Options for Animals of Chiropractic College in Kansas. Dr Lindsay incorporates alternative medicine, (including herbs), with traditional medicine in treating your pet. She enjoys spending her extra time in canine herding and agility events.

Janine Fassler, DVM ("Dr. J")

‘Dr. J’ graduated from U.C.Davis in June 2017. She has a special interest in the ‘human animal bond.’ In her spare time she enjoys hiking, reading, and trips to the ocean. She also enjoys seeing and working with exotic pets (snakes , lizards and turtles.)

Stevie Reichmuth DVM

Dr. Stevie Reichmuth graduated from Cal Poly – San Luis Obispo in 2008 with her major in Animal Science and minor in Poultry Management. She then went on to Western University of Health Sciences and received her doctor of veterinary medicine in 2012. Dr. Reichmuth is a semi-local girl that grew up in the nearby town of Newman. She loves surgery, internal medicine cases, and works with the occasional exotic pets ( birds ) . In her spare time, she spends it with her husband and 2 young boys.

Megan Greer, DVM

Dr. Megan Greer graduated from Saint Georges University School of Veterinary medicine in 2014. Her special interest are dermatology, geriatric care, and surgery. Dr. Greer is certified fear free. She will also see pocket pets (hamster, guinea pigs, chinchillas, mice, and rats). She’s a local girl involved in her community. In her spare time she enjoys reading, spending time with her pets, family and friends.