Dr. Tran was born and raised in Hokkaido, Japan. After graduating from Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine in 1994, she moved to the United States.
Dr. Tran furthered her education at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine before moving to Virginia.
Her experience ranges from preventative medicine to emergency medicine and is able to perform a variety of soft tissue surgeries. She specializes in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, utilizing both Eastern and Western medicine to heal her patients.
Dr. Tran resides in Northern Virginia with her husband, a daughter, and a rescued French Bulldog named Geoffrey. She enjoys playing tennis and watching movies.
Kaylee Zabava has been a part of the Pearl Vet family since 2017. She graduated from Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Health Science and a minor in Business. In her free time, she enjoys volunteering at the Prince William Animal Shelter as a dog walker and hiking with her family pet, a little white pitbull named Isabel. Kaylee is currently applying to veterinary graduate school for admission in the fall of 2022.
Diana grew up in Northern Virginia but now lives in
Stafford with her five cats and hamster. She graduated from Virginia Tech in 2019 with a degree in Human Nutrition,
Food and Exercise. Her career plans have since shifted and she is currently applying to veterinary school. When she is not at work Diana enjoys sudoku puzzles, scrap booking,
Becky has many years of experience with animals in a personal and professional setting. She grew up with dogs, horses, and Watsui cattle on a farm. She received a Certificate in Veterinary Assisting with emphasis in exotic animals, at the Florida International Teaching Zoo.
Becky has cared for many exotic animals at several Zoos including National Zoo in Washington DC. Before she moved to Virginia, she was a keeper/trainer for Marine mammals for 7 years at SeaWorld in Florida.
Becky lives with her husband and two sons, and two dogs. She enjoys family travel, hosting a family podcast, hiking, and professional pet sitting/dog walking.
Ella is currently attending Virginia Tech University pursuing an animal and poultry sciences degree with an emphasis on prevet and a Spanish minor. She is involved in the equestrian club, plays sand volleyball and lacrosse. She has two Labrador retrievers and two cats. Her future plans are to become more involved in Virginia Tech’s livestock programs, research on cellular division or companion animal behavior, and vet school down the road.
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