Our Careteam

Veterinary Technician
Amy has been caring for pets ever since her early days growing up here in Dublin. She’s always wanted to give something back to the animals who have offered so much love, loyalty, and joy over the years—working in the veterinary field allows Amy to do just that!

Amy’s veterinary career began when she secured an internship at another local animal hospital through her high school’s occupational program. It didn’t take long for her to become an employee! Next, Amy joined the Dublin Veterinary Hospital team to further her hands-on experience in the world of animal care. She serves the pets of her hometown as a Veterinary Assistant, and currently attends Foothill College to study veterinary technology. Amy plans on becoming a Veterinary Technician in the near future!

Here at the hospital, Amy is particularly fond of assisting in surgeries and learning about new procedures on a daily basis. Most of all, she likes meeting new puppies and kittens and interacting directly with the area’s loving pet owners.

When she’s not at work, Amy enjoys playing the piano—she’s been playing for more than 13 years now!—and doting on her own pets at home. She shares her life with a hyperactive puppy named Kimbra, as well as three cats: cuddle-loving Casper; Garfield, who thinks he is king of the house; and the adventurous and sassy Korra.
Veterinary Technician
Arianna has always enjoyed helping squirrels, birds, and other wildlife in whatever way she could, and she’s had a fascination with the world of medicine for as long as she can remember. For her, one choice of career made perfect sense: why not couple her interest in medicine with her passion for pets by working in the veterinary world?

Arianna grew up in San Leandro and Dublin, and attends Carrington College to study animal care. Through her schooling, she was assigned clinical hours at another local pet hospital, where she learned the ropes of the profession. Now, she’s proud to serve the pets and animal owners of the area as a member of the Dublin Veterinary Hospital team—Arianna particularly likes keeping the hospital clean and helping to assist doctors and Technicians in the exam rooms.

When time allows between her work and school commitments, Arianna likes drawing, painting, and spending time with her family at home. She lives with one pet: Belle, a quirky Teacup Yorkie. Belle likes to act more like a human than a dog, and even refuses to eat until the entire family is sitting down together for dinner.
Lead Veterniary Technician
Candy recalls playing “veterinarian” with her childhood dog, Roscoe, putting Band-Aids on him and pretending to perform procedures. For her, animal care was a calling ever since her earliest memories! Candy’s passion never quit—now, she’s been helping pets as a veterinary professional for more than 20 years.

Candy is an East Bay native and began her veterinary journey as a receptionist. She then attended Western Career College to study veterinary technology, graduating as a Veterinary Technician. She’s been tending to pets’ needs as a Tech ever since! Candy joined the Dublin Veterinary Hospital family in April of 2013; she especially likes assisting in the surgical ward and continuing to learn new things on a regular basis.

Outside of work, Candy enjoys listening to music and spending time with her family. Along with her mother and son, she shares her home with three loveable dogs and a cat.
Veterinary Assistant
Josellin has dreamed of working in the veterinary profession ever since she was a little girl. The day she adopted her own dog, Max, her mind was made up: she wanted to do everything in her power to help all of the pets that she possibly could! Josellin is proud to serve the pets and animal parents of the Dublin area as a Veterinary Assistant.

Josellin was first introduced to Dublin Veterinary Hospital through her high school’s occupational program. She joined the clinic team as a Veterinary Assistant in the summer of 2017, and is thrilled to continue gaining real-world experience in the world of animal care. Josellin especially likes meeting pet owners on a daily basis and getting to use her knowledge to better the health of the area’s furry companions.

When she has time between work and her collegiate studies, Josellin likes to catch up on her favorite movies and television shows and relax with her family and friends. At home, she has one pet of her own: the aforementioned Max, a small white Chihuahua whose favorite pastimes include going for his morning and evening walks and cuddling on the couch.
Veterinary Assistant
Pets have always been there for Kyara when she needed them—working in a veterinary clinic is her way of returning the favor and giving something back! She’s able to tend to the needs of animals every day as one of Dublin Veterinary Hospital’s Veterinary Assistants.

Kyara is a Pleasanton native and grew up with everything from hamsters and rabbits to turtles, birds, and fish. She first came to Dublin Veterinary Hospital through her high school’s occupational program in the fall of 2016, and has been a member of the clinic family ever since. Kyara’s favorite parts of the job are filling prescriptions in the pharmacy and assisting hands-on in the examination and treatment rooms. She never tires of meeting new pet owners and their four-legged friends!

Kyara’s interests outside of animal care include hiking, going to the beach—she’s even been snorkeling over the barrier reef in Belize!—and spending time with her own animal companions at home. She has two dogs: Buddy, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who loves getting treats, being bathed, and relaxing at the beach; and an energetic Maltese/Yorkie mix named Mocha.