Meet The Team



Office Manager

Terry has been in the veterinary field since 2006 when she applied for a job at the veterinary hospital where she brought her own cat (she says they hired her because she could spell!) She has been working with people for most of her life. She likes being able to make a difference in animals’ lives. Terry has a son, two step-children, eleven grandchildren, a cat named Z, and a desert tortoise named Mr. T.
Terry collects cookbooks and salt and pepper shakers. Her Sundays are spent cooking while watching football (Go Redskins!) and she adores visits with her grandkids and family. She graduated from Chula Vista High in 1978. She is people oriented and detail oriented and loves taking care of our clients’ furry family members. She wants people to know that she will help them make the best decisions regarding their pets and she will treat their animals as if they were her own.



Karla joined the Pacific Pet Hospital team in February of 2010. She has always had the passion to work with kids and animals. After previously working as a receptionist for a pediatrician’s office for six years, she decided to cross over into animal healthcare which she greatly enjoys.
She has a husband, Hugo, and two daughters, Kaylin & Kamryn. In her spare time, Karla enjoys reading, going to the beach, bowling, BBQ’s, and any quality time she has with her family. Even though she doesn’t have any pets at this time, she would one day love to have a Great Dane.


Veterinary Technician

Ever since Dee was young, she knew she was destined to help animals, and here she is! She has a special place in her heart for dogs, and states that the reason she got into this field was “To help those who can’t help themselves.” Dee loves making owners happy by helping make their pets healthy, and an additional perk of her job includes getting to see many cute puppies!
She currently has three dogs, Ivory, a Maltese, and two Yorkies named Eboni and Chloe. She also tends to two guinea pigs named Pikachu and Patrat, and a cat named Vega, who ended up with her family on the lunar eclipse of ’17.
A graduate of PIMA, Dee is a big Pokemon fan who aspires to one day adopt a Chinese Crested dog, a pygmy goat and a miniature pig. She is constantly keeping her eye out for lost/stray animals, so she can rescue them, and she is proud to be a monthly donor to the ASPCA.



A 2016 graduate of Pima Community College, Janet is the proud mom to a Half Moon Conure, a Siamese cat, a Rough Coat Collie, and a human daughter.
When she’s not here, answering the phones and your pressing pet care questions, she enjoys going for walks, doing crossword puzzles, and listening to podcasts.
She’s happy to accept any goodies you bring into the office!


Veterinary Technician

Alicia grew up on a cattle ranch in Guadalajara, Mexico, where she dreamed of someday becoming her father’s personal veterinarian.
Her family includes three daughters and two dogs, Dodger and Luna. She graduated from Pima Community College in 2003 with her Veterinary Assistant’s degree, after which she did her internship here at Pacific and, much to our satisfaction, stayed on.
In her free time, she likes to travel and go to Disneyland and Dodger’s baseball games. A vegan for five years, she also enjoys experimenting with vegan recipes. She has a special interest in sea turtles and dogs.


Veterinary Assistant

Ever since Kelsy was young, she has been an animal lover. Her uncle, who is a Veterinarian in Mexico, introduced her to the field and let her observe his work. This is how her passion began and she started her journey by attending PIMA Medical Institute and graduated with a Vet Assistant degree. Kelsy is a cat lover. She has three cats, named Gato, Loco, and Cookie (who is in the picture with her). She wants our clients to know that she is passionate about caring for animals and will give your pets the same care as she would with her own.



Veterinary Technician

Jenny always has had a soft spot for animals growing up. She set her sights on helping them to heal and she wanted to have a career that included them. She has an A.S. from The Animal Health Technology program at Mesa College. Jenny loves all kinds of creatures. She has a Maltese mix dog, two turtles, two birds, and a hamster. In addition to working with animals, Jenny also loves humans. She is a real people-person (just ask Dr. H, she loves talking) When she is not at work, you can find her with her family and friends.


Veterinary Assistant

Animals have always brought happiness and joy into Judith’s life. She wanted that to follow her into her career. Caring for the animals in her life made her want to learn more at the scientific level. She attended PIMA Veterinary Assistant program in 2020 and she continues to learn on the job the technical skills that she needs to become a Vet Tech. When not at work, she enjoys watching documentaries, playing computer games and hiking. Judith wants you to know that she will care for your pets with much love and make their visit a happy experience.