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Dr. Valinoti completed veterinary school at University of Georgia in 1988. She became part owner to the practice along with Dr. Klapstein in 2009. Small animal medicine is her passion and she takes a genuine interest in each individual patient. In her off time, she enjoys gardening and horse back riding.
Dr. Klapstein graduated from the University of Florida in 1997, and along with Dr. Valinoti, is now part owner at MRVS. Dr. Klapstein particularly enjoys small animal surgery. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, spending time with her family, and working on her family's vineyard.
Dr. Cousyn attended the University of California Davis and graduated in 1984. She works part-time at MRVS as our general small animal surgeon. In her spare time, she enjoys her dog obedience competitions and spending time with family.
Dr. Becky graduated from Western University of Health Sciences in 2013 and has joined MRVS as a large animal veterinarian. She was raised on a farming cow-calf operation in Southern California. After completing her undergraduate degree at UCDavis she was an Agriculture teacher/FFA advisor at Manteca HS. Her professional interests include beef cattle, camelids, and swine. In her spare time, she enjoys riding her horses and working cattle with her family.
Dr. Beth Young
Dr. Young Joined MRVS in January of 2017, although well studied in both large and small animal medicine for over 20 years, she is currently seeing small animal appointments. Dr. Young enjoys spending time with her four dogs, and enjoys horseback riding in her spare time and says she has way too many chickens but loves them all.
Dr. Smith graduated from Atlantic Veterinary College in Canada in 2014 and joined MRVS in May 2017. She currently sees small animal appointments. In her spare time she enjoys hiking and camping, photography, riding her motorcycle and traveling.
Dr. Laub is officially retired! We are so pleased for him and wish him the best as he enjoys his retirement!