“Since I was 7 years old, with my first pet, I wanted to become a veterinarian. When I was 10 years old, I fixed a bird’s broken wing and cared for it until I happily watched it fly away… this re-enforced my desire to be a veterinarian.
I graduated Veterinary School in 1998 in Brazil and got my Veterinary license to practice here in the United States in 2006. I have been working in general practice in California since that time.
I have personally understood what it means to go through the loss of a friend and companion pet, since I experienced it with my first baby Champanhe, who was with me for 17 years. Still today, I enjoy God’s gift of being a pet owner. I care so much for what we do here at Home Pet Euthanasia, and I am honored to be intimately involved in helping pets and their families at this great time of need.”