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K.C. Schreiber-Moore, DVM
Dr. K.C. Schreiber was born in raised in the mountains east of Fresno. She received her bachelors and masters of biological sciences from the University of the Pacific in Stockton, CA. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from St. George’s University in 2011. Since graduation, she has worked both in emergency medicine and general practice. For the past 4 years, her primary focus has been emergency and critical care medicine. Prior to her tenure at 24/7 Pet Vets, Dr. Schreiber was medical director for the emergency department of the Stockton Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center. Her special interests are emergency/critical care medicine, pain management, oncology and animal hospice.
During her free time, Dr. Schreiber enjoys spending time with her husband and their three pets (two cats and a dog). She enjoys travel, cooking, outdoor activities, and working in her backyard garden.
Carrie Strickland, DVM
Brian MacKie, DVM, DACVIM/Cardiology
Dr. MacKie received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Washington State University in 2005. Following graduation, he completed a one-year rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at VCA Sacramento Animal Medical Group in Sacramento, California. After his internship, he moved to the University of Wisconsin-Madison to complete his residency training in Cardiology from 2006-2009. During his time there, Dr. MacKie helped implement the use of the Amplatz Canine Ductal Occluder for non-invasive treatment of a congenital heart disease, authored a paper on the use of an implantable ECG monitor for the evaluation of fainting in dogs, and assisted in prospective research on pulmonary hypertension and cardiac biomarkers.
His clinical interests include, but are not limited to clinical cardiology such as echocardiography and electrocardiography (ECG), pulmonary hypertension in dogs, syncope (fainting) associated with heart disease and arrhythmias, congenital heart disease, arrhythmias, and congestive heart failure (CHF). His goal in therapy for your pets is to maintain an exceptional quality of life for his patients with heart disease.
John J. Haburjak, DVM, DACVS
Dr. John Haburjak graduated from UC Davis Veterinary School in 1993 with his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree. He practiced for 5 years before returning to academics to complete a combined surgical residency program in San Diego and the University of Illinois.
Dr. Haburjak is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons, and his research interests include orthopedic trauma, and disorders of the carpus. He has several publications in the Veterinary Orthopedic and Traumatology Journal, Journal of Small Animal Practice, and the Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association. His clinical surgical interests include surgical oncologic procedures of the face, head and neck, corrective orthopedic procedures, and neurosurgery (spinal). Finally, he has dedicated most of his post-graduate emphasis on minimally invasive procedures including: laparoscopy, thoracoscopy and interventional radiology (urethral and tracheal stenting).
Dr. Haburjak’s hobbies include SCUBA diving, Oakland A’s baseball, road cycling and cooking (not to mention eating, too!). He shares his life with his wife, Aimee (also a veterinarian), daughters Eva & Emery and a son Ian, Addison (bubble-headed Japanese spaniel), Poppy (a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with a freckled nose!) and S’mores the mini-Lop.
Ravi Dhaliwal, DVM, DACVIM
I was born and raised in India and now I’m a US citizen. While growing up, my family and I moved frequently because my father was employed with the Indian Air Force. I had the opportunity to live in different parts of the Indian subcontinent. My love, passion and affection to understand the animal kingdom started early on as I was growing up. My grandparents had a big influence on what I am today. My grandmother used to tell me that the noblest thing I could do is to give animals food and water. My grandfather always wished to see me become a veterinarian.
After completing the requirements for a DVM program at Iowa State University, I completed a small animal medicine and surgery internship at All Care Animal Referral Center in Southern California. I then joined the University of Illinois for a residency and MS program in small animal clinical oncology. I am board-certified with the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in the specialty of oncology. I further obtained board certification with American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in canine and feline species.
Over the past 15 years I became good friends with Dr. Michael P. Moore and decided to join him in opening Silicon Valley Veterinary Specialists, a new state of the art referral and emergency center in South Bay. I have lived in this community for the past decade and have felt that the companion animals in this community deserve the best in veterinary specialty medicine. Together with Dr. Moore, we bring specialists in various fields of veterinary medicine to practice in the beautiful South Bay and the surrounding rural community.
I also view myself as an educator, and voluntarily serve on various professional associations to expand veterinary internal medicine profession and educate the new, current and future veterinarians. I firmly believe in educating my clients about their pet’s health, managing their diseases and empowering them with the latest approaches available. Since all cancer cases do not need a procedure I’m a firm believer of palliative care. Please do not hesitate to call me if I can be of any help or assistance.
My special interest lies in challenging hematology cases. Over the years I have authored or co-authored 20 refereed publications in peer reviewed scientific journals, 8 research abstracts, and several book chapters. I had the opportunity to speak at various scientific and professional forums. During my cancer training program I was a selected participant at the Molecular Biology of Cancer workshop in Aspen Colorado, sponsored by American Association for Cancer Research. Besides being an active member of several veterinary associations I’m also an active member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
In my free time, besides being an oncologist, I also enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking and skiing. I have a special interest in theatre and have always enjoyed music and drama. Believe it or not I still enjoy ballroom dancing.