Dr. Patrick Pierson draws on his deep experience in small animal medicine to provide exceptional preventative and surgical care for his clients. Originally from Paris, Dr. Pierson earned his doctorate in veterinary medicine from Ross University. Since graduating he has focused on dogs, cats, pocket pets and rabbits, with a special interest in dentistry, soft-tissue surgery and internal medicine. Dr. Pierson enjoys playing soccer, gardening and traveling – especially to visit family and friends in France. He lives in Berkeley with his wife, daughter, their three-legged Griffon, Ginger, and mischievous kitty, Gale. Dr. Pierson looks forward to seeing you at CVC soon.
Dr. Hannahbess has a diverse background caring for animals small and large from mice to horses, but her passion is small animal medicine with a special interest in dermatology and dentistry. She joined Campus Vet from Victoria, British Columbia, where she specialized in companion animals, pocket pets and exotics. Prior to that she practiced mixed animal medicine in her home country of New Zealand, where she received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Massey University. Outside of the clinic Dr. Hannahbess can be found hanging from a cliff face, hiking with her partner, or spending time with her two pups.
Dr. Lee has focused her career on treating companion animals, including cats, dogs and pocket pets. An East Coast native, she received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Tufts University in Massachusetts. After graduating from veterinary school she completed an intensive specialty internship for training in small animal general practice, emergency, internal medicine and surgery, before moving to the Bay Area in 2014 where she has been practicing ever since. She is USDA accredited and issues both domestic and international travel health certificates. In her free time Dr. Lee is an avid hiker and traveler. When she isn’t busy exploring the West Coast, she likes to relax at home with her fiancé and four rescue kitties.