Valley Veterinary Clinic

420 Antelope Blvd.
Red Bluff, CA 96080

(530)527-5259

valleyvetredbluff.com

Dr. Debbie Fox: 

Dr Fox attended UC Irvine where she focused on her undergraduate studies. She received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from UC Davis.  Dr. Fox has been working at Valley Veterinary Clinic since 1998. She purchased the business in 2007 and really enjoys the aspect of ownership.  She has been instrumental in the care of the rescued animals that the employees find. Dr Fox has 2 sons that keep her very busy.






Dr. Terri Hill:

Dr Hill's first job was as a 15 year old volunteer working for a Veterinarian, and she always knew that would be her chosen profession. She graduated from UC Davis in 1995. During vet school she worked a summer in Indonesia on sheep and on Plum Island on foreign animal disease. Before she came to Valley Veterinary Clinic, Dr Hill taught aquaculture and did wildlife research in Africa. She also worked as a research scientist for EPA in San Francisco, and acting as an analyst for an environmental laboratory. Her particular interests are medicine, surgery and wildlife.  I am currently enjoying raising two daughters with my husband, Doug, in beautiful Tehama County.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Dr. Mandy Hamilton:

Dr. Mandy Hamilton is a native to Northern California as she was born and raised in Yreka. She attended College of the Siskiyous in Weed, CA. before finishing her undergraduate degree in Animal Science at UC Davis in 1999. She studied veterinary medicine at UC Davis and graduated in 2005. During veterinary school she studied both small and food animal medicine. After graduation she worked at Valley Veterinary Clinic in Red Bluff until 2008 when she moved to the North San Francisco Bay area to live near her sister and new niece! She is now excited and happy to be back at Valley Veterinary Clinic and in northern California with her 4 cats Sammy, Monster, Junior, Solo and dog Tipsy. She looks forward to her days off enjoying the north state with adventures like camping, fishing, hiking, and visiting family in Siskiyou County.