Dr. John Gonda
Dr. John Gonda was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley in Southern California. He graduated with a BS in Animal Science from Cal Poly Pomona in 1994 before going on to receive a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from UC Davis in 1998. While there, Dr. Gonda completed the Millman Fellowship in Radiology. Dr. Gonda has a special interest in small animal internal medicine, soft tissue surgery and radiology/ultrasonography.
Dr. Sarah Gonda
Dr. Sarah Gonda was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, but fell in love with Ventura Count while visiting with her then-fiancée John (Our own Dr. John Gonda!). She attended UC Davis, receiving a B.S. in Zoology in 1996 and her DVM degree in 2000. Her special interests include internal medicine and oncology. The Gonda family has two young sons as well as two trouble-making cats, KitKat and MeMow. They recently had the pleasure of raising and training a Labrador puppy, Sylvie, for Guide Dogs for the Blind. In her free time (when she can find it!), she enjoys reading, quilting, being outdoors and traveling with her family.
Dr. Jenny Youngblood
Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Dr. Jenny Youngblood, has lived in California since 1997, when she moved to attend Pepperdine University. There, she received her Bachelors of Science in Biology, and met her husband, Jason. During college, Dr. Youngblood ran her own tutoring company and became active in the real estate industry. It wasn’t until 2005, that she realized she wanted to pursue her love of the human-animal bond, and returned to school to work on her veterinary degree. She received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Western University of Healthy Sciences in Southern California and simultaneously completed her Masters of Public Health with an emphasis in Infectious Disease and Epidemiology from the University of Minnesota.