Dr. Kevin Anderson

Dr. Anderson is a highly trained Chula Vista veterinarian, Medical Director, and owner of Otay Pet Vets. Dr. Anderson is a board-certified veterinarian with over 30 years of veterinary experience. He has strong diagnostic skills and expertise in public health and foreign animal diseases. Dr. Anderson retired from active duty military after a 20-year military [...]

Dr. Naomi Urbina

Dr. Urbina received her M.S. degree from U.C. Irvine in the field of protein chemistry, and her D.V.M. degree from Western University. After graduating from vet school in 2008, she practiced small animal medicine in the San Diego area. She is delighted to be a part of the Otay Pet Vets medical team as the [...]

Dr. Lauren Salcido

Dr. Salcido began her veterinary career in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she worked as support staff at a veterinary practice for cats and dog. She knew that a veterinary degree would be a great way to merge her loves of science and animals. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in biology at Pomona College [...]

Dr. Mark Manzon

Dr. Mark Manzon was born and raised in the Philippines. There he attended De La Salle Araneta University for his veterinary education. Following his graduation in 2005, he migrated to the United States joining his family who moved here in 2003. Dr. Manzon’s path to becoming a veterinarian was not typical. De La Salle Araneta [...]

Dr. Lynda Elliott

I decided I wanted to be a vet when I was 8. I started volunteering at a local vet hospital at 14 and began working there as kennel help. Eventually I was promoted to reception and then to a tech. I worked through high school and my first summer of college at UC Berkeley. At that [...]

Dr. Chie Horita

I’m a native San Diegan, having grown up in San Ysidro and then moving to Eastlake in 2005. Growing up, going to the San Diego Zoo and SeaWorld and watching Animal Planet cultivated my love of animals, big or small. I then made the decision to become a veterinarian when I was 5 years old [...]

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