Dr. Grant Dunbar
From an early age, Dr. Grant Dunbar discovered that he had a love for animals; frequently bringing home any stray or abandoned animal that needed a home. This passion then evolved with him spending a majority of his time after school and on the weekends at his father’s hospital developing the skills needed to take care of the animals he cared so much about.
He continued to follow his passion, pursuing a Doctorate degree at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California. Dr. Grant Dunbar then went on and completed an internship program at Animal Emergency Medical Center in L.A. focusing on critical care, surgery and internal medicine.
After spending his postgraduate years working as an emergency vet, general practitioner and surgeon, he has moved on to become owner and medical director of Chino Hills Animal Hospital.
Dr. Grant Dunbar looks forward to providing you and your beloved pet with the quality care he has worked most of his life perfecting.
Dr. Brauer was an animal-loving child with dogs, birds, and hamsters; thus, she isn’t surprised when people bring in every type of furry animal to her. She attended undergraduate and veterinary school in her home state at the University of Illinois where she met her husband who is also a veterinarian.
Helping animals by offering the best care and highest quality treatment is her primary focus in veterinary medicine. She realizes every patient is someone’s beloved pet—whether hamster or dog—so all patients are equally important to her. She is happily married to her husband and resides with their rescued cat, Rudy.
Dr. Gonzales always knew she’d have a career with animals & decided on becoming a veterinarian, a career that allows her to treat both small & agricultural animals as she practices at our clinic & co-runs a weed abatement program with her husband, which focuses on environmentally sound practices by utilizing goats to naturally clear land. All aspects of veterinary care appeal to her, especially caring for animals over the course of their lifetimes. Her goal is to ensure pets lead a comfortable life because she notices when that happens, owners seem to be happier too.
She is a mother of two children and lives locally with her husband, George and their pets.
Dr. Beckie Williams
Born in Missouri and raised in rural Kansas, Dr. Beckie Williams grew up on 5 acres with an assortment of dogs, cats and horses. As an award winning breeder of Pembroke Welsh Corgi’s along with her partners Bill Shelton, Steve Leyerly and Deborah Salow, she is best known for her top winning dogs. Dr. Beckie has been helping breeders her entire veterinary career. As a proud Kansas State College of Veterinary Medicine graduate, class of 1985 she spends her free timing learning more about canine reproduction, showing dogs, and enjoying her 1910 historic Craftsman home. Dr. Beckie is also certified in Veterinary Acupuncture and has experience with hospice care.
Dr. Moore grew up in Riverside, California on a plot of land behind the Parent Navel Orange Trees; having a large back yard allowed him to have many dogs, mostly golden retrievers, as well as cats, exotic animals/pockets pets and even some injured wildlife that he rehabilitated with the help of his family. Dr. Moore went on to earn his bachelor’s degree in animal science at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo with a focus in pre-veterinary medicine. After undergraduate, he earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine on the island of St. Christopher (St. Kitts) in the West Indies. Dr. Moore enjoys spending his leisure time working on his vehicle projects, off-roading, hiking, mountain biking and traveling with his wife, Jaimie. They currently have two dogs (Ottley and Toby), two cats (Maximus and Odin) and a tortoise (Penny). Dr. Moore enjoys practicing high-quality veterinary medicine with compassionate care and is excited to serve the community, caring for furry, fluffy and scaly critters alike.
Dr. Christiana Otterson
Dr. Otterson has always loved animals and science. The combination of the two grew to become her love for veterinary medicine. She completed her undergraduate degree at Cal Poly Pomona and graduated veterinary school from Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona. Her special interests include exotic animal medicine and internal medicine, though her favorite part of the job is educating clients and strengthening the human-animal bond through making healthy pets. She enjoys reading, trying new foods, and hiking with her beloved 9-year-old Golden Retriever, Callie. She also shares her home with her two 8-year-old rabbits, Emmy and Floof.
Dr. Tiffany Li
Dr. Tiffany Li grew up around a variety of animals, which ignited her interest to learn more about them. She would also volunteer at her local shelter in high school and she has been working with animals ever since then! Dr. Li got her Bachelor’s degree in animal science with a pre-veterinary emphasis at California Polytechnic Pomona. After finishing her undergraduate, Dr. Li got her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona. Dr. Li’s interests in veterinary medicine include internal medicine and expanding her surgical knowledge. She is excited to get to know her community while promoting animal welfare and preventative care. When Dr. Li is not at work; you can find her with her furry sidekicks, Possum the tabby cat and Beanie the Golden Retriever.
Dr. Sintov has worked in the field since the beginning of 2012. During undergrad, he was the only person I knew with dogs (2 rescued Pit bulls) and they got him through some really tough times in his life. At that point, he decided he wanted to be able to give back to animals. Dr. Sintov began volunteering at the general practice that he took his own pets to and went back to school to complete all of the required science classes. He eventually got hired as an assistant and went on to work as an emergency and cardiology technician at a specialty practice in Los Angeles. He loves the patients first and foremost, they are the reason he got into veterinary medicine. He loves medicine in general – understanding physiology, identifying where something went wrong, and being able to (sometimes) correct it. He has 2 dogs, the older is a 14-year-old Pitbull named Oscar, who was rescued while in Undergrad in 2008, the younger is Smokey, a 10-year-old Pitbull/Mastiff mix. He enjoys taking them on lazy strolls through the park or taking them camping. Dr. Sintov has 2 dogs, a 14-year-old Pitbull named Oscar, who was rescued while in Undergrad in 2008, and a 10-year-old Pitbull/Mastiff mix. He has a bunch of African Leopard and Red Foot Tortoises. He hopes to one day get a couple of Aldabra tortoises, which can live to be 150 years old and weigh up to 550 pounds! Besides his pets, Dr. Sintov likes to spend time gardening, traveling, camping, producing music, and pretending he knows what he’s doing by investing in the stock market.”