Lital Kirszenbaum, DVM, MS

I love animals. This is probably not the first time you have heard this from a veterinarian, but I also cannot imagine my life without this love of creatures- large, small, furry, and feathery.

When I started volunteering at the Los Angeles zoo, I worked with golden lion tamarins. Then, on the weekends, I began working at a veterinary clinic in North Hollywood. I remember assisting the veterinarian with all of duties, including holding animals for exams and procedures, using microscopes to look at cells, preparing the surgical packs, and assisting with surgery. My ambition continued from weekend work to summer work for over seven years, including while attending UCLA.

At UCLA, I also worked for several years in the laboratory animal medicine department. All of my experiences, hard work, and love for science allowed me to pursue my master’s degree in biology, focusing on cancer research. During this time, I was a part of a team that developed multiple, widely used drugs for various cancers. I continued my research on cancer drugs at UCLA while applying to veterinary school.

Then came my dream.

I was accepted and attended UC Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, I practiced at a hospital in Burbank for four years, then emergency medicine for a year, followed by private practice for six years. My search ended when I found Pet Vet Animal Hospital, where practicing excellent medicine, working closely with my dearest clients and patients, and providing the best standard of care to my patients existed.

In my spare time, I enjoy spending most of my time with my husband and sons-hiking, cooking, enjoying the outdoor festivities and going to the movies.

I enjoy all aspects of veterinary medicine, and my sincere love for both people and animals is demonstrated daily. So, when do I get to meet you?

Janet Meyerhoff, DVM

Dr. Janet Meyerhoff, DVM graduated from UC Davis with a Bachelors in Genetics. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine, Madison. Dr. Meyerhoff did her internship in the Bay Area in Northern California and specialized in Emergency Medicine and Surgery, Ophthalmology, and Avian Medicine.

She has been a member of the AVMA for over 30 years and the CVMA for over 20 years. She was born in Monterey, California and moved to Southern California in 1992, where she worked at several small animal, exotic animal and emergency animal hospitals.

Dr. Janet Meyerhoff built and owned Creature Comforts Animal Hospital in
Woodland Hills. She specializes in general medicine, surgery, small
animals, pocket pets, and exotics.

Dr. Meyerhoff’s interests are gardening, wildlife, birds, and butterflies. She has made her property into a garden paradise of flowers and fruit
trees, where birds, squirrels, wildlife and butterflies flourish. Her favorite place to visit when she can is Pismo Beach, CA. She loves all
of Earth’s magical coastlines, mountains and giant sequoia trees.