Dr. Bruce Vernon is a 1999 graduate of the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He obtained his Bachelor of Science from Arizona State University. He owned a small animal practice in Chandler for 15 years before opening Market Street Pet Hospital in 2015. Dr. Vernon’s professional interests include internal medicine, dermatology, dentistry, and surgery. Dr. Vernon and his wonderful wife Cherryl share their busy life with 7 kids, 1 son-in-law, 1 granddaughter, 1 grandson, a super dog named Midge, an incredibly friendly cat named Uncle Wendel, a ball python named Leonard, multiple fish, and a salamander. Dr. Vernon is a lousy singer/songwriter, average mountain biker, pretty good griller, and amazing veterinarian.
Dr. Casey Jennings was born and raised in Mesa, Az. As a local product he graduated from Westwood High School, Mesa Community College and Arizona State University. He graduated Veterinary School from Colorado State University in 2011 with his DVM degree. Dr. Jennings served a 2 year, Spanish and Guarani speaking, service mission to the country of Paraguay. He is now married with 4 crazy fun children. When he is not expressing anal glands at work or changing diapers at home, Dr. Jennings enjoys hanging out with his pets, which include: 4 guinea pigs, a bearded dragon, a dog and a rabbit. He also enjoys playing almost any sport, especially basketball and volleyball. Dr. Jennings is wonderful with people and pets, and is a knowledgeable caring Veterinarian.
Dr. Andi Rosado graduated from Colorado State University in 2014 and did her undergraduate work at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. She is currently owned by a black Lab named Porkchop, a mischievous Border Collie mix named Hanabi, and two geriatric Shepherd mixes, Badger and Wesker. Her special interests include internal medicine and behavior medicine. Outside the clinic life, Dr. Rosado enjoys traveling, cooking, and attempting to garden, though there has been mixed success with the latter.
Erin Salgat has always had a place in her heart for animals of all species from dogs to horses to exotic pets like prairie dogs, which she had as a kid. From a young age she was always bringing home pets, to her parents surprise. Erin grew up around animals and spent a large part of her time working with and training horses in Miami, Florida where she was born and raised. In 2007 shortly after moving to Arizona she started working in the veterinary field with Dr.Vernon, DVM and Dr.Jennings, DVM. In 2015 she was thrilled when she was given the opportunity to help open and manage their new hospital, Market Street Pet Hospital. Erin married her husband Mike in 2014 and share their love with, Rat terrier, Joey, Boston terrier, Gracie, and her Oldenburg Warmblood horse Wendyl. In January 2019 they celebrated the birth of their beautiful baby girl Claire Jean Salgat.
Landon Brough has had a fascination, love and curiosity for animals since a young age. He jumped at the opportunity to be apart of the Market Street Pet Hospital team because of their affinity and passion for their clients furry-family members. He is devoted to his faith, family and friends and loves to just be with people and enjoys making them laugh. He has been married to his wife, Ashlin, since 2014 and have been blessed with the most beautiful daughter, Dora, who was born in 2015, and he couldn’t imagine life without them. He has two cats, Ruben and Maple, who his wife rescued shortly after they were married. He currently attends Arizona State University working on an Applied Biological Science Degree. He hopes to attend Veterinary School starting in the fall of 2017 with hopes of owning his own practice in the future.
Christina Angulo has worked in the veterinary field for 14 years. She is born and raised in Arizona. She loves working with animals. She has 2 dogs, (Flo and Dug) 2 cows (T-Bone and Oreo Milkshake), a ferret named Barrett, about 30 chickens and a duck. She married her high school sweetheart Adrian and also has a daughter. On her free time she loves spending time with her family and her little farm. She is always looking into making her farm bigger. She also enjoys camping, going for quad rides, baking, photography.
Amy Gilbert is originally from San Diego, California which is where she met her husband of over 26 years. They have three children, two who are married and one who is currently serving an LDS church mission in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They have one granddaughter who just turned one and is the light of their lives! They have lived in Gilbert for 19 years. Amy has a three-year-old pitbull mix named Roxy who they found roaming the streets of downtown Phoenix when she was a tiny baby. Amy has been an animal lover her whole life and loves working at Market Street Pet Hospital. She feels grateful to be part of such a great team doing what she loves.
Taylor Langley has had a passion and love for animals for as long as she can remember. She was born and raised in Arizona, where she graduated from Chandler High School. Taylor attended Chandler-Gilbert community college for 2 years and is now attending Arizona State University where she is studying Applied Biological Sciences. After getting her degree she plans to attend Veterinary School to fulfill her dream of becoming a Veterinarian. Taylor has 3 pets: a ball python, a bearded dragon, and a crested gecko. She cannot wait to add a furry four-legged pet to the crew one day, until then she enjoys getting to love on all the dogs and cats that come into the hospital each day!
Liz Robinson was born and raised in San Luis Obispo County in California. She moved to Arizona in March of 2017 with her Husband of 2 years and daughter who was born in September of 2015. She has played surrogate mama to several liters of bottle fed kittens over the years and has always had a soft spot for animals and knew in her heart she would end up working in a career that involved being around them. Her own pets include a 14 year old Chihuahua named Roo and a 4 year old rescue Pitbull named Boba Fetch(like Boba Fett from Star Wars). When she isn’t working she is spending quality time with her family discovering what Arizona has to offer and introducing her daughter to the world of Star Wars!
Cierra Winberg was born in Seattle, Washington raised in San Diego, California and now lives in Arizona for college. She has a great passion for animals and became motivated to be a Veterinarian ever since her Study Abroad trip to Guatemala to learn about Animal Medicine in other countries. She’s studying for a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Biological Sciences with an emphasis in Pre-Veterinary Medicine and a minor in Psychology at Arizona State University. She has two dogs, Macy a Shih-poo, and Aspen a Golden Retriever; she would like to add more to her pack in the future after Veterinary School. She wants to practice in Surgery, Neurology, and/or Trauma with any and all animals that come her way!
Samantha Runyon was born in Manchester, New Hampshire and raised here in Arizona. She has always had a love for animals and is currently attending school at Mesa Community College to become a Veterinary Technician. She is newly married, and shares two Australian Cattle Dogs with her husband Jaryn. Sam is a hard worker and when she is not here a the hospital she spends most of her time studying or hanging out with her husband and two dogs.
Sydnie Nix has always had a passion for helping animals. She was born and raised in Arizona and attending Mesa Community College to become a certified veterinary technician. Sydnie has 2 pets; a 2 year old Pit Bull named Dutch, and a 9 year old cat named Rascal.
Hannah Waddle is a very sweet and fun girl. She loves riding horses and playing with her dogs and cats. Hannah was born and raised here in Arizona and graduated from ALA High school in queen creek, AZ. While in high school Hannah completed her Veterinarian Assistant classes through EVIT (East Valley Institute of Technology). In 2017 during her last year in EVIT she completed the externship portion of school right here at Market Street Pet Hospital. Hannah has experience with exotic, small, and large animals. Her love for animals shows no bounds.
Cheyenne Stockwell was born and raised in Arizona. Her love for animals has lasted for as long as she can remember. She has a dog named Maggie, a bearded dragon named Azul, and her two cats Diana and Loki. She is finishing her schooling at Chandler-Gilbert Community College and plans to attend Arizona State University. Then eventually Veterinary school to complete her dream of becoming a Veterinarian. She spends her free time reading, drawing and spending quality time with her family and friends.