Topic: Cinema Vet: The Pros and Cons of Dog Parks
Guest: Dr. Jamie Ronchetto
Santa Clarita veterinarian Dr. Jamie Ronchetto joins the Hometown Morning Show to discuss how pet owners can prepare for the summer heat and provide a comfy living situation for the pets in our lives.
Dr. Jaimie Ronchetto grew up in the Santa Clarita Valley. A graduate of Hart High School, Dr. Ronchetto went on to earn her undergraduate BS degree from UC Davis, and then graduated with Honors from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. As a Ross University graduate, each student spends their final year of study at a state-side vet school. Dr. Ronchetto spent her final year of study at Cornell University Hospital for Animals, rotating through each department.
Upon graduation, Dr. Ronchetto knew she wanted to move back to her hometown to be able to serve the Santa Clarita community and their furry family members. After spending several years in private practice as an associate veterinarian at other hospitals in the Santa Clarita Valley, Dr. Ronchetto is very excited to now open her own veterinary hospital with the aim of giving dogs, cats and pocket pets outstanding quality care in the areas of medicine and surgery…Read More.
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