Dr. Sidhu is an East-Bay native, hailing from the town of Danville. She completed her undergraduate degrees in Biology and French at UC Irvine followed by a masters in Animal Biology at UC Davis. She went on to attend veterinary school at UC Davis and is excited to be back in the Bay Area as part of the Castro Animal Hospital Team! Dr. Sidhu is passionate about nutrition, pain management, dermatology, internal medicine, and all things cat or cavalier
In her spare time Dr. Sidhu loves being with her cat Waldo and her dogs Oscar and Zelda. She enjoys cooking elaborate meals, music, backpacking, and spending time with her loved ones near and far.
Dr. Jennifer Liang grew up in the Bay Area & spent her undergraduate years in Santa Cruz & Davis. After graduating from Western University, she completed a rotating Small Animal internship in Irvine, before moving back to the Bay Area to be closer to her family.
Dr. Liang's passion for veterinary medicine evolved from caring for a plethora of pets growing up & her main areas of interest include soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, chronic pain management, and alternative therapies
In addition to spending time with her family, outside of the hospital Dr. Liang likes to play tourist in her hometown of San Francisco, trying new restaurants, checking out local events, and doing a little urban hiking. On less adventurous days she experiments with new recipes in the kitchen.
Dr. Tais Perpetuo has been practicing veterinary medicine in the Bay Area since 2009. A Native of Brazil, she grew up in a small town near São Paulo City & has had many cats, dogs, a tortoise & chickens, not to mention the street animals her family was always feeding. Following her passion for animals, she graduated from State University of Londrina, College of Veterinary Medicine, going on to practice in São Paulo City for 2 years. After that, she immigrated to the USA, studied English & worked as a veterinary technician for 5 years before pursuing her dream of practicing in the USA. Dr. Tais completed her clinical training at Kansas State University & validated for her diploma in the USA through the ECFVG program offered by the American Veterinary Medical Association.
In her spare time, Dr. Tais loves being with her 2 kids, her husband & her cat Smokey. They live in San Francisco & enjoy outdoor activities such as biking, & going to the beach or mountains. She is also passionate about several forms of dance.
Dr. Inman was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and raised in Melbourne, Australia. She completed her undergraduate degree in Genetics and Biochemistry in Melbourne before attending veterinary school at the University of Sydney. She relocated to San Francisco with her husband in 2016 and worked as an Associate Veterinarian at Avenue's Pet Hospital in the Sunset before founding The Castro Animal Hospital. Dr. Inman’s particular areas of interest are surgery and diagnostic imaging as well as being an advocate for animal welfare. Outside of work Dr. Inman loves spending her time in the great outdoors whether it be hiking, mountain biking or skiing.
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