Dr. Aiden Kang, DVM, MS
Education: Seoul National University College of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Kang was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea and immigrated to
the United States in 2006 to seek change and a better opportunity to
serve. He graduated from Seoul National University College of
Veterinary Medicine, of Seoul, Korea in 2000. He majored in veterinary
internal medicine and dermatology in graduate school, thus earning his
master’s degree. He worked as an internal medicine/dermatology
specialist and as a general practitioner in big and small practices in
order to obtain a wider range of experience. Dr. Kang also gained
valuable critical care and emergency experience after transferring to
the biggest referral practice in all of Korea. He began working at a
private practice then continued his work at a 24 hour emergency
practice for more than 2 years before he began to work at Rancho
Sequoia Veterinary Hospital. He owns two cats, Tori and Zorro. They
are rescues. He’s dying to get dogs too in the near future.
Crystal Ramirez: Certified Veterinary Technician
Crystal is a proud advocate of the ASPCA and strong supporter of
animal rights. Crystal volunteered at a small dog rescue for 3 years
where she received recognition for her hard work and determination
to give dogs a second chance in life. She hopes to become a vet, too.
Briana Barcena: Receptionist, Veterinary Assistant
Briana has many years of experience with animals, especially exotics. She has about 32 animals of her own including; reptiles, amphibians, rodents, arachnids, aquatics, dogs, and a cat. Whether she is at work or at home she is always around animals and dreams to someday have her own wildlife rescue center. She is currently working on becoming an RVT and wants to focus her practice mainly on exotics.