Dr. Lindsey A. Boone, DVMInfo@drrandypetvet.com
Dr. Lindsey Boone was raised just west of Las Vegas, NV where she was immersed in cowboy culture through her family’s guest ranch. Prior to veterinary school, she managed her family’s horseback riding stables, started a horsemanship program and rodeo arena. Lindsey received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Las Vegas Nevada (UNLV) in Pre-Professional Biology with a minor in Psychology and Chemistry in 2008 prior to entering veterinary school. She attended her first year of Vet School in the Caribbean at Ross University. She transferred into Oklahoma State University (OSU) during her second year of veterinary school and graduated in 2013. Lindsey was well aware of the challenges equine specific practice would present, and elected to complete an internship after completing veterinary school. She selected the internship at Arizona Equine Medical and Surgical Centre in Gilbert, where she met Karla. Dr. Boone has a special interest in Podiatry. She attended farrier school in 2011 at Oklahoma State Horseshoeing School and started a horseshoeing business while obtaining her DVM at OSU. Dr. Boone has attended many seminars/ labs hosted by well-known farriers/equine podiatrists and obtained continuing education on equine podiatry. She recently attended the AAEP’s Focus on the Foot in 2013. Dr. Boone has a mixed breed dog (Joker) and both enjoy hiking, jogging, riding and exploring the outdoors.
Dr. Karla G. Lombana, DVM, cVMAInfo@drrandypetvet.com
Dr. Karla Lombana was born and raised in Salt Lake City, UT and fell in love with horses early on. She started her equine journey in the show ring, and has ridden and shown a variety of horses and disciplines over the years. Owning her own horses was always a priority for Karla, and she is certain that her work ethic and responsibility come from her equine foundation. Karla completed her undergraduate education at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon where she double majored in Biology and Science studies, with minors in Chemistry and German. She relocated to Colorado and completed Veterinary School at Colorado State University, graduating in May of 2013. While in veterinary school she performed stem cell research at the Equine Orthopaedic Research Centre. Research has always been intriguing to Karla, and she has been involved in multiple projects and papers, ranging from neuroendocrine pathways to equine stem cell growth. Karla was well aware of the challenges equine specific practice would present, and elected to complete an internship after completing veterinary school. She selected the internship at Arizona Equine Medical and Surgical Centre in Gilbert, where she met Lindsey. Dr. Lombana has multiple equine veterinary interests. She enjoys all aspects of routine ambulatory practice, but truly excels at lameness diagnostics and advanced regenerative procedures. Her experience with stem cells and other biological agents is unlike any other veterinarian in Tucson. Dr. Lombana is also a Certified Veterinary Medical Acupuncturist, and recognizes the benefits of acupuncture in complex cases of any kind.
Dr. Vanya Moreno moved to Tucson in 1993 to pursue her Ph.D. in Animal Behavior, specifically in animal learning and communication. Vanya received her B.S. in Biological Sciences at the University of California at Santa Barbara. While in Santa Barbara she was an intern at the Santa Barbara Zoological Gardens, volunteered for the American Cetacean Society where she worked to rehabilitate abandoned or injured baby sea lions and harbor seals and did her undergraduate thesis on Brown-headed cowbird flight whistle dialects. At the University of Arizona she worked with Dr. Irene Pepperberg studying animal-human communication with Alex and other African grey parrots. Her dissertation focused on song choice in juvenile zebra finches, which she completed in 2002. She has worked in the field of behavior and training for pet dogs and cats since 1997, and in 2006 was certified as expert witness in the field of dog behavior for the Arizona Superior Court. Vanya’s longtime interest is to help people to better communicate with their pet companions, and in doing so, to help them to strengthen their relationships with their dogs and cats. Vanya owns and operates Animal Magnetism in Tucson, Arizona. Vanya specializes in teaching dog and cat owners effective positive means of communicating with and training their pets. She believes strongly in teaching the owner how to work effectively with their pets and therefore focuses mainly on working with the owners and pets in their home environments where 90% of owner-pet interaction takes place. Vanya also specializes in continued behavioral education for veterinarians and their staff members and gives frequent educational seminars around the Tucson Area. She currently works in conjunction with P.A.W.S., an Integrative Veterinary Center, in Tucson to provide puppy socialization, puppy kindergarten, basic obedience classes and private consultations. Vanya also provides humane rattlesnake avoidance training and Colorado River toad avoidance training at client’s homes.
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