Dr. Sandhu our resident surgeon, graduated from Punjab Agricultural University, India in 1990. After graduation, Dr. Sandhu actively volunteered to do veterinary care in the farming community of his hometown, Faridkot, Punjab. In 1991, Dr. Sandhu had his first entrepreneur business, a construction company. In 1993, he moved to British Columbia, Canada and owned an orchard with various fruit trees. At this time Dr. Sandhu worked at a feedlot treating 7500 beef cattle at a large ranch. Dr. Sandhu passed his Veterinary boards for the U.S in 1995.His ECFVG clinical rotation was completed at the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine, and his surgical residency was at Animal Medical Center of Southern California in West Los Angeles. By 1999 Dr. Sandhu moved to Corona, CA From 2005-2009 Dr. Sandhu was the resident surgeon for a 24-hour Animal Emergency Hospital. In this time Dr. Sandhu was a partner in a trucking company and owned an Indian restaurant. In 2009 AV Veterinary Center was opened. From there All Creatures Veterinary Center was purchased in 2010. Finally in 2011 Canyon Country Veterinary Hospital was purchased. Dr. Sandhu has a special interest in ortho surgeries and spinal surgeries. In Dr. Sandhu’s spare time he enjoys breeding and showing Arabian horses, spending time with his children and keeping up his ranch including 6 dogs, 2 cats, 4 peacocks, 40 horses, 12 goats, 2 pigeons, 7 bunnies and 1 parrot.
Lillian is the manager at All Creatures Veterinary Center. Lillian has been in the veterinary field since 2000. She received her registered veterinary technician license in 2009. She was extensively involved in opening our E.R and Referral practice, A.V. Veterinary Center in 2009 and managed it successfully. In 2011, Dr. Sandhu took over All Creatures Veterinary Center and Lillian diligently renovated and organized a now well established and respected 24-hour practice in Santa Clarita Valley. In 2012, the creation of Canyon Country Veterinary Hospital was headed by Lillian and has become a huge success. She is currently working toward becoming a certified veterinary practice manager and attends the Veterinary Practice Manager Program at Purdue University. When Lillian is not napping, she enjoys spending time with her family, doing interior design and obstacle racing.
Monica is a registered veterinary technician. She earned her degree from Los Angeles Pierce College. Some of her favorite patients are exotics such as reptiles and furry pocket pets. Her family includes two Shetland sheepdogs, several leopard geckos, and a variety of pet snakes.