Dr. Jereb graduated from UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1977. He completed an internship at New Haven Central Hospital in New Haven, CT, and opened his practice in Rohnert Park in 1981.
His special interests as a veterinarian include all aspects of small animal medicine with a special interest in bird, reptile, rabbit and rodent medicine, dentistry and surgery.
One of Dr. Jereb's patients, Lucky the Turtle, has been featured in the Press Democrat, the Los Angeles Times, NBC's "Today" show, MSNBC Today, Fox News, the British Broadcasting Corporation and others.
In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his family, skiing, bicycling and traveling. He adopted his cat Daphne from the Rohnert Park shelter when they brought her to the clinic to be spayed and she won him over!Rob Jereb is a member of:
Dr. Schweid graduated from UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1995 after a life long desire to be a veterinarian
Her special interests includes: cats, dogs, rabbits and pocket pets, (such as rats, mice, hamsters, ferrets, and guinea pigs) and surgery.
Dr. Schweid is married to a veterinarian and has a son, Raymond. The other members of their household include two dogs (a Pug and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel), cats, a guinea pig and hamster.
Dr. Schweid's other interests include: hiking, camping, and traveling.Lisa Schweid is a member of:
Dr. Miconi graduated from UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 2004.
Her special interests include: dog and cat medicine and surgery.
Dr. Miconi enjoys gourmet cooking in her spare time and lives with her husband Dan, son Daniel, "Molly" the English Pointer and "Kitty" the domestic short hair.
Dr. Miconi is also known for her generous nature and keeping the office staff well supplied with her baked goods of cookies, cupcakes and "anything fun".Delena Miconi is a member of: