Dr. Kerry Beeder has been a veterinarian since 1983 graduating from Iowa State University. Dr. Beeder has extensive experience in veterinary medicine practicing since 1984. He is on the Advisory Board of the Veterinary Technician Program at Pierce College since 2007 and has been a Princeton University Pre Veterinary Program Advisory Consultant since 2008. Dr. Beeder has been with the Spay & Neuter Clinic since 2008 and has performed more than 4,000 spay and neuter surgeries.
Dr. Zachary Snable received his bachelor’s degree from Yale University in 2003. Dr. Snable graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine with High Honors in 2008. He received his Certificate of Clinical Medicine and Surgery from the University of Florida.
After working in corporate veterinary medicine, Dr. Snable realized that his true passion was in forming lasting bonds with pets and families, becoming a partner in decision-making and providing care. This ability to relate to clients has resulted in a reputation as a truly compassionate veterinarian.
Dr. Lisa Campbell received her DVM degree from Oregon State University in 1997. She practiced large and small animal medicine in Oregon before moving back to California in 2006 to be closer to her family and enjoy the sunshine. She has been doing veterinary relief work and non-profit spay and neuter surgeries since then. Dr. Campbell works for Mercy Crusade performing spay and neuter surgeries. In her spare time she races on a woman’s semi-professional road cycling team. When she is not racing, she is hanging out with her husband and their two rescue terriers, “Ferris Wheel” and “Popcorn aka Poppy” and their sassy kitty “Mr. Bilbo Baggins”.
Dr. Amanda Lumsden is a 2008 graduate from the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University . Prior to becoming a veterinarian, she was a registered nurse with experience in ICU, surgery and recovery room. Her passion for surgery continued in veterinary school where she coordinated and participated in Operation Catnip, a feral cat trap, neuter and release program. After graduation, Dr. Lumsden began actively pursuing opportunities in spay and neuter clinics. Dr. Lumsden works with Mercy Crusade two days a week performing spay and neuter surgeries. When not in surgery, her focus is on cat and rabbit medicine. In her spare time, Dr. Lumsden enjoys participating in outdoor activities, volunteering with animal shelters and spending time with her rescue cats and rabbits.