Lori O'Neil, DVM

Graduated from Purdue University, Internship VMSG  Ventura, CA...
 

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Adobe Animal Hospital
1420 S. Oxnard Blvd.
Oxnard CA 93030
Phone: 805-486-8333
Fax: 805-483-3880

Map to our office


 

      

Lori O'Neil, DVM - Owner, Veterinarian
Certificated in Canine Rehabilitation Therapy

I was raised on a ranch in the Mojave Desert and have always loved and been an advocate for animals. In fourth grade I petitioned the President to save the wild horses.  Later, I started rescuing cats and kittens. One summer alone, I bottle fed 40 rescue kittens at one time and found them all good homes. All this while going to school and working! To this day my passion for animals has never faded.

 I found my true calling in veterinary medicine, dentistry, animal physical rehabilitation (otherwise known as physical therapy) and Emergency medicine/critical care. This is the area where I felt I could make a difference and have the strongest impact in saving and improving the quality of animals' lives.

 My philosophy is to treat every animal, whether owned or stray, like it is my own. I am very fortunate to be able to do what I love! 

I am featured in the Ventura County Star newspaper as the resident "Ask The Expert"

Graduate: DVM, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 2001
   
Internship: Veterinary Medical and Surgical Group, Ventura, California, 2001-2002
   
Recent Experience: Emergency and Critical Care from 2002-Dec 2005 at Pet Emergency Clinic in Ventura and Thousand Oaks, as well as at California Animal Referral and Emergency in Santa Barbara. I continued to perform Relief Emergency shifts from 2006 through 2012.

Animal Rehabilitation Center of Ventura County 2006 -2013 (Now a part of Adobe)

Adobe Animal Hospital and Emergency Center January 3, 2006 to present

   
Member: American Veterinary Medical Association
  American Animal Hospital Association
  California Veterinary Medical Association
  Santa Barbara and Ventura Veterinary Medical Association
   
Certifications: Alpha-Stimulation, Dr. Eva Frick
  Certificate in Canine Rehabilitation Therapy from the Canine Rehabilitation Institute, Dr. Van Dyke
  Penn Hip Radiology
   
Additional
Training:
Ultrasound workshops: 2 workshops University of California Davis and one Sound technology 2-day course
  Emergency Critical Care Workshops: 2 labs and one 2-day workshop with Dr. Tim Crowe
  Bandaging workshop: VECCS
  Eye Surgery Lab: Dr. Maggs, UC Davis
  Inhalation and ventilation labs: VECCS
  Basic and Advanced Dentistry workshops: Western States Veterinary Convention
  Advanced Dentistry and Endodontics: Animal Dental Training Center of Baltimore, Dr. Ira Luskin
   
Special interests: Abdominal ultrasound, advanced dentistry, emergency and critical care, physical rehabilitation, soft tissue surgery, and pocket pets


 


 

Wendy Hand - Register Veterinary Technician


 

Catherine Griego - Reception


 

Rose Briseno - Senior Technician

I have been working at Adobe Animal Hospital for seven years now. I enjoy working with  animals, our staff and doctors.

 

Initially I worked as a Kennel Technician. Through dedication, hard work, and expanding my knowledge base, I have moved up to Senior Veterinary Technician.

I love providing preventative education to our clients about the illnesses and diseases that their pets can  get so they can protect their loved ones from diseases such as Parvo and Heartworm.

I felt very lucky to have found this job and it has turned into a career that I love.


 

Victor Solorio - Senior Technician

I always had a deep love for animals and honestly my family has a small zoo including a mini horse.

Initially I was an Adobe client. Every time I would see Dr. O'Neil I would ask if I could volunteer my time just to get a foot in the door of veterinary medicine. She always insisted that I get into a training program so that I would be reimbursed for my time. She even gave me the names of organizations that could help me. I found one, Adobe took me on and trained me. The training is hard and the learning curve is steep but when it is your passion you can not quiet call it hard work. It is more like tough love.

 

I have been a member of the Adobe family for 5 years now.

Working in Veterinary medicine is everything I thought it could be and more.


 

Sophia Hernandez - Technician

While attending high school I always had a passion for animals, and loved caring for them. During my freshman year I volunteered and performed an internship at Adobe through the Boys and Girls Club of Oxnard. Dr. O'Neil was impressed with the motivation and dedication that I displayed and Adobe took me under her wing. I have been working with the animals and staff for six years.

Dr. O' Neil has helped me understand the medical needs of animals, and I am still learning every single day.

I am working and attending college at this time. I plan to go to Pierce College for the Registered Veterinarian Technician program to expand my knowledge on animal health. From there I may tackle becoming a veterinarian myself. Knowledge is power.

 Our patients cannot  tell us what is wrong. Ill pets are riddles to be solved. Helping them when they are at their lowest point ,seeing them improve, and helping their family have more healthy and happy times together is what keeps me motivated and determined in this field. 


 


 

Gabby Vasquez - Technician, Office Manager


 

Alex Chavez - Technician


 

Jonathan Avila - Facilities


 

Myriam Plascencia - Technician


 


 

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