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 6 kids, 1 son-in-law, one grand daughter, 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.
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, two Rat terriers, Foxy and Joey, Boston terrier, Gracie, and her Oldenburg Warmblood horse Wendyl. When Erin is not helping the office run smoothly you can find her at the barn spending time with her horse, hanging by the pool with her husband and dogs, or somewhere on the road exploring new places.
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, CA which is where she met her husband of over 23 years. They have 3 children, Brendan who is 22 and newly married, daughter Logan, the cosmetologist, 20, and Tanner who is 16. They have lived in Gilbert for 16 years. She has a 10 year old Boxer named Buster who has been a patient of Dr Vernon’s for most of his life. They also have Roxy an 8 month old Pit Bull mix who found her when she was just a tiny baby roaming the streets of downtown Phoenix! She has been an animal lover her whole life and is so excited to be working at Market Street Pet Hospital, She feels so grateful to be able to do what she loves everyday!
Sawyer Butterfield was born in California but considers Gilbert her home. She recently graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science with an equine emphasis. Sawyer has a Chihuahua/lab mix named Koda but her favorite pet was her rat in college named Daisy Bell. Her favorite part of working at Market Street Pet Hospital is seeing all the cute pets. When she’s not at work, you can find Sawyer watching Netflix and learning new recipes in the kitchen.
Cheyanne Anderson was born and raised in Mesa Arizona. She graduated from Perry High School and went to Chandler Gilbert for Psychology. Together Cheyanne and her husband Brandon have 5 four legged kids. Two black labs, Chunky Monkey and Ellie, one beagle named Sydney, one pitbull named Willow and one red eared slider turtle named Tacoma. Cheyanne has always loved animals and wants to own many more soon. In her free time she enjoys volunteering at her church, spending time with her family, and going on wild adventures with her loving husband.
Cassie Berg was born and raised in Spokane, Washington and then moved to Sandpoint, Idaho at the age of 17. She began her career working at an animal hospital and has been hooked ever since. She is a true country girl at heart and loves to play sports and be outdoors on her spare time. She has always had a passion for animals ever since she was little, which is why working in the veterinary field is a perfect fit for her. Growing up she has owned four ferrets and two dogs, and now has a miniature Australian Shepard named Lady who is her pride and joy. She recently moved to Arizona and now considers it home, even though she says the summers here are a lot hotter than the ones back in Idaho. She is very passionate about helping animals and making sure they live a very happy and healthy life.