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Dobson Ranch Animal Hospital and Grooming

2917 S. Dobson Rd., Ste. 102
Mesa, AZ 85202
(480) 666-1030
www.dobsonranchah.com

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Sunday: 8:00 AM  -  4:00 PM
Monday: 7:30 AM  -  7:00 PM
Tuesday: 7:30 AM  -  7:00 PM
Wednesday: 7:30 AM  -  7:00 PM
Thursday: 7:30 AM  -  7:00 PM
Friday: 7:30 AM  -  7:00 PM
Saturday: 8:00 AM  -  4:00 PM

Dobson Ranch Animal Hospital and Grooming - Mesa

Dobson Ranch Animal Hospital is a multi-doctor hospital, located in Mesa Arizona. The hospital is open 7-days a week to ensure we are here to meet our patient's care needs. We understand how important pets are in your family, and will always strive to provide compassionate, high quality medical care. Our goal is to help your pet obtain the best possible care, by building a strong relationship with you! We have packaged some of our most needed services to help make taking care of your pet easy and affordable. We look forward to meeting you and your pets!

Dr. Scott Barnard

I was born and raised in Ohio and received my Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at The Ohio State University in 1990. Upon graduation, I moved to North Carolina, where I practiced small animal medicine for 17 years - four of those years spent in emergency/ trauma medicine. I was also the treasurer for the North Carolina Academy of Small Animal Medicine from 1995-2006 and am a member of the AVMA. My special interests include critical care, geriatric medicine, cardiology, dermatology, surgery, and small animal exotics (ferrets, rabbits, and small rodents) I believe that the key to proper veterinary care is compassion with an emphasis on offering state of the art veterinary medicine along with client education.

I am married to my high school sweetheart, Carolyn, and we have four children: Zachary, Joshua, Jacob, and Rebecca. In my spare time, I enjoy being an assistant coach for my children's baseball and softball teams, swimming, and other various outdoor activities with our two dogs, Sid and Emma.

Dr. Brigid Hirth

I received my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at The Ohio State University in 1996. Then, I relocated to Arizona from Maryland in 2012.

I love practicing general small animal medicine and surgery but have an interest in geriatric medicine and pain management. Aging doesn't mean an animal has to develop or live with pain!

Dr. Casie McReynolds

I was born and raised in southern Illinois and attended the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana for my undergraduate and veterinary studies. After graduation, I ventured out of the Midwest, eager to escape the cold winters. I found myself in beautiful Arizona and have enjoyed exploring the state ever since. In my free time, I enjoy hiking, traveling, reading, and being with family and friends. I love all aspects of veterinary medicine, but I have a particular interest in surgery, internal medicine, and diagnostic imaging. I’m particularly fond of the human-animal bond and therefore find assisting clients in making the best decisions for their pet truly rewarding. I look forward to meeting you and your pets!

Dr. Balmy Fang

I grew up in the East Valley, moving between Tempe, Gilbert, and Mesa. I attended Wesleyan University in Connecticut, graduating in 2011 with a Bachelor's degree in economics and psychology. Then, I returned to the Valley to take classes at Arizona State University before moving to Colorado, where I received my DVM from Colorado State University. In between, I spent 8 months living out of a backpack and traveling around the world. Life back home in Mesa includes my yellow Labrador Nala and Dutch rabbit Plumper.

My interest is in all aspects of small animal medicine. I recently completed my certification in veterinary medical acupuncture and am excited to be able to offer this therapy to your pets. Feel free to ask me any questions!

Dr. Dylan Rubalcaba

Say hello to Dr. Rubalcaba! He is an Arizona native, originally from Kearny, AZ. He studied at Northern Arizona University and graduated in 2015 with his undergraduate degree. He moved up north to attend Washington State University and graduated with his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2019.

Dr. Rubalcaba had exposure to veterinary medicine a while before receiving his DVM. He started as a volunteer at a humane society/veterinary clinic in Flagstaff, working his way up to the role of a veterinary technician. His specific interests include behavior, surgery, and general practice medicine.

Dr. Rubalcaba lives with his girlfriend, who is an emergency veterinarian. Of course, they share their home with pets - a border collie named Zoe and a Lab-Husky mix, Elmo! Outside of the hospital, he enjoys all things outdoors, including road biking, paddleboarding, hiking, camping, and swimming.

Dr. Nikalette Gros

Dr. Nikalette Gros was born and raised in West Bloomfield, MI, beginning her veterinary career as a kennel assistant at 16 years old. She stayed in the Midwest and attended Michigan State University for a bachelor’s degree in biomedical laboratory science. During her undergraduate and graduate studies, Dr. Gros held various positions in the veterinary field such as receptionist at a veterinary practice, veterinary assistant, and technician. Eager to move forward in her veterinary career, she made her way to Phoenix to study at Midwestern University and received her DVM in 2019. Her specific passions in veterinary medicine include internal medicine, emergency, and client education.

Dr. Gros currently lives with her husband, Adam, their cattle dog mix, Elly, and 2 cats, Charlie and Mo! She enjoys camping, soccer, and spending time with her pets and husband! She looks forward to meeting your pet at your next visit!