Dr. Taylor graduated from the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1995. She earned her undergraduate degree from San Jose State University in 1983 where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with minors in Chemistry and Biology.
She sees her role as a veterinarian as one of advisor to pet owners and the patient advocate in making the best decisions possible for the healthcare and treatment of her patients. It is her desire to provide the best care possible with the resources available to patient and owner.
Dr. Taylor purchased Animal Hospital of the Sierra Veterinary Hospital in January 2004. It is her primary objective to serve the needs of her patients, their owners, and the community at large. Her love and compassion for animals and people as well as her devotion to her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ form the basis of her life and work.
Dr. Laura Rotz
Dr. Rotz grew up in the North Bay Area where her love of animals began early in life. Her childhood was spent caring for everything from dogs and horses to tadpoles. Following high school, Dr. Rotz attended California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo where she studied Animal Science as part of the pre-veterinary program. During her time at Cal Poly, she continued to be involved in the veterinary world outside of school by working as a small animal technician and volunteering at wildlife sanctuaries.
Dr. Rotz graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary medicine. After veterinary school, she returned to California to be closer to her family. Dr. Rotz lives in Oakhurst with her Chihuahua mix Dusty and her cat Dimitri. Her interests outside of work include hiking, snowboarding and traveling.
Dr. Heather Aubrey
Originally from the bay area, Heather went to UC Santa Barbara for her undergraduate degree and triple majors in Biology, Art Studio and Art History. She then went on to veterinary school in Pomona at Western University of Health Sciences and graduated in 2007.
After graduating vet school, Heather worked at a small animal emergency practice in Southern California for the first 2 years out of school. Eventually the night shifts got the better of her and she has been doing day practice since 2009 in Los Angeles. Heather has a 12 year old shelter-shepherd-mutt Remington and Todd, a big, 13 year old handsome orange tabby cat.
Heather just moved to Oakhurst over the Summer and is very much looking forward to living and working in this beautiful mountain town.
Dr. Greg Martinez
Dr. Martinez graduated from UC Davis in 1980, and while he enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, he has a special interest in pet nutrition. He believes that by focusing on making sure your pet is eating a healthy, optimized diet, you can avoid many skin, ear, and bowel issues as well as other chronic medical problems.
Dr. Martinez shares his home with wife Lonna and several pets. He considers them his “kids” and is very devoted to treating his patients with the same love and care as he does his own pets.