Redwood Pet Clinic in Greenbrae Welcomes New Veterinarian to Staff
GREENBRAE, Calif., Nov. 4, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dr. Genevieve Manchester, DVM, owner of Redwood Pet Clinic in Greenbrae, CA announced that Dr. Ruthie Parsley, DVM has joined the animal hospital. Dr. Parsley is a 2012 graduate of UC Davis' School of Veterinary Medicine. She provides preventative care and wellness exams, and also has a special interest in treating exotic and avian pets. Redwood Pet Clinic provides pet wellness care, boarding, grooming and surgery for San Rafael, Larkspur, Corte Madera and San Anslemo.
Greenbrae veterinarian Dr. Ruthie Parsley has joined the Redwood Pet Clinic's veterinary care team. Earlier this year, Dr. Parsley graduated from UC Davis' School of Veterinary Medicine.
"We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Parsley to our vet care team," said Greenbrae veterinarian Dr. Genevieve Manchester, DVM, and owner of the animal clinic. "Dr. Parsley is a talented veterinarian who provides exceptional care for each of her pet patients. She embodies our animal hospital's commitment to providing compassionate, communicative and competent care."
While studying at UC Davis, Dr. Parsley developed a special interest in treating avian and exotic pets, as well as the bond shared between pets and their owners.
"Dr. Parsley truly honors the special bond shared between pets and their owners," said Dr. Manchester. "She understands that for many people, pets are an extension of their family. Thanks to this deep understanding, Dr. Parsley brings a special touch to vet care."
At Redwood Pet Clinic, Dr. Parsley will provide proactive wellness care for companion animals, including annual examinations, pet vaccinations, and nutrition counseling. She will also provide care for reptiles and other exotic pets.
"I am honored to be starting my veterinary career at Redwood Pet Clinic," said Dr. Parsley. "I grew up in Berkeley and am excited to be returning home to the Bay Area. Individualized preventative care truly makes a difference for a pet's well-being and life expectancy. My goal is to help every pet live a long, healthy and active life."
Dr. Parsley joins Dr. Manchester along with fellow veterinarians and UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine graduates Dr. Daniela Rabbie and Dr. Barbara Fitzgerald. Together, the veterinarians focus on preventative wellness care services for dogs, cats, pocket pets, rabbits, reptiles and exotics.
As part of the clinic's pet wellness program, the veterinarians are committed to fostering an ongoing dialogue with pet owners. Wellness services include bi-weekly e-newsletters as well as frequent activity on the clinic's Facebook page. Pet owners are encouraged to join the clinic's Facebook community.