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Dr. Bremer has been practicing veterinary medicine for over 30 years. He has had many years experience with animals great and small and a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Over the course of his career he has had experience with many different types of veterinary medicine. Dr. Bremer's philosophy is to provide quality, compassionate veterinary medicine for you and your four legged family member. Stop by anytime to meet the new Doctor. His family includes Arby his new Jack Russell Puppy.
Nathan Bremer has worked with his father since he was 15. He was a kennel technician for 3 years in Ohio and loved it very much. He moved out to CA about 5 years ago. He started the practice with his father when he took over on Nov 1 2010. Since then he has worked hard to make a name for the practice. He is the practice manager and hopes to one day take over the business for his father. His family includes his dog Freddie and the house cat Chong.
Lead Veterinary Assistant
Laura joined the Arboles family in April 2011 and took on the position as lead assistant. Since then she has taken on a leadership role as head assistant and works hard to make every animal comfortable. Laura has had hands on experience for over 5 years including exotics and small animal medicine. She also attended Americas Teaching Zoo. Her family includes her husband Kody and their 5 animals. Her dogs Kiwi and Little Bean. Her Cats Mushu and Sour Puss. Last but not least her Tortise "Little D
Assistant/Part Time Receptionist
Ashley has been for Arboles now for awhile has been working with animals for years and plans on working with them for sometime in the future. She moved here in June 2013 when her husband was transferred to Point Mugu Naval Base. Her family includes her Husband Taj and her dog Jasper.
Part Time Receptionist
June has been with Arboles Animal Clinic for 6 years, and has enjoyed everyday coming to work. Her main title is reception, however, she tries to help out others and do a little of everything. Clients refer to her as "The Treat Queen". She hopes to be at Arboles for many years to come. Her family includes her two dog's Mingo and Logan and her new Grandson Cash.