Dr. Tiffany Azevedo is a California native and received her bachelor’s degree in integrative biology from UC Berkeley. She subsequently completed her veterinary degree at Michigan State University. While in veterinary school, Dr. Azevedo was the president of the Student Association of Veterinary Surgery, and on the board of the student chapters of the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society and Association of Shelter Veterinarians. She also completed two business certificates and was a member of the Phi Zeta Honor Society during this time. She is also bilingual, speaking both English and Mandarin Chinese. Dr. Azevedo has special interests in surgery, dentistry, exotic pets, and behavior (which led to her complete Fear Free training). She is heavily involved in working with rescues, animal shelters, and spends much of her time fostering animals. After practicing veterinary medicine in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Dr. Azevedo relocated back to the bay and currently lives in San Jose with her husband and four cats (Theia, Kronos, Helios, and Asteria). Her interests include hiking, camping, bird watching, SCUBA diving, playing the piano, baking, scrapbooking, and making all sorts of crafts.
Savannah has grown up around dogs and horses her whole life. She loves all types of animals and hopes to run a rescue after she earns her degree in Veterinary Science. Savannah joined Wildwood to pursue her passion and help others through medicine. She has one dog at the moment but wants to adopt many more in the future. She wants to pursue a Veterinary Science degree at University of Nevada, Reno.
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Shauna has loved animals of all shapes and sizes for as long as she can remember and is finally turning that love into a career. She joined the Wildwood family at the end of 2016 and graduated in Veterinary Technology at Carrington College. She has an interest in shelter medicine, exotics, and has volunteered at various animal rescue and shelter organizations. Shauna is a self proclaimed 'cat lady' and foodie who enjoys reading, watching movies, and going to local music shows or concerts. She currently lives in San Jose with her cats Sheba and Baggy, dog Kuwabara, chameleon Carol, and snake Udon.
Arielle grew up having a fear of dogs, but her parents adopted a family dog when she was 7, which quickly helped her get over that fear. Ever since then, it has been her passion to help and care for animals. She graduated from the Veterinary Technology program at Carrington College in June of 2018 and got her RVT license soon after. Her family at home currently consists of 3 dogs, 1 cat, 2 crested geckos, 1 bearded dragon, 3 snakes, & 2 tarantulas.
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Gwen has always loved animals, particularly exotics. After working in the business world and finding it unfulfilling, she went back to school to study veterinary technology. She joined the Wildwood team in 2018 and is currently waiting for her veterinary technician license to be processed. She has her own personal zoo at home with animals including snakes, tarantulas, dogs, and geckos.
Mitchell grew up around many animals. After high school he was involved with GEPDA, a dog rescue group, where he fostered dogs, some who had canine parvovirus. In 2017, he enrolled in Veterinary Technology at Carrington College and graduated in July 2019. He joined the Wildwood family in December 2018 and is planning to take the Registered Veterinary Technician exam. His current animal family consists of 2 dogs, 2 snakes, and a chameleon.
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