Dr. Hart joined in the fall of 2012 after returning to Northern California from upstate New York where she practiced full-time for two years as associate veterinarian at a busy, multi-doctor, AAHA accredited small animal practice and part-time at a local emergency clinic. In addition, she volunteered weekly at the CNYSPCA to perform spays and neuters and to provide wellness care for shelter animals. Dr. Hart graduated from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. She is highly skilled in diagnostics, emergency medicine and surgery. She resides in Santa Rosa with her husband, Michael, and son, Quincy. Her four-legged family includes her canine kid Emmy and several feline kids.
Dr. Rhonda Stallings
Dr. Rhonda Stallings has lived in Sonoma since 1992. She purchased Arroyo Veterinary Hospital in 1997 and was the sole owner until 2017 when Dr. Hart, along with a private investment group, purchased the hospital from Dr. Stallings. After graduating at the top of her class from The Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1981, she practiced emergency medicine in Akron for one year before moving to San Francisco. In the city, she practiced at Pets Unlimited for four years, becoming medical director, and then at Avenues Pet Hospital for 11 years before opening her practice in Sonoma. Many of her San Francisco clients still travel to Sonoma to see her. Her family includes her husband Rich, son Michael and daughter Abbey, as well as dogs Sandy, Scully and Paco along with Oranges the cat.
Dr. Tanya Moeller, DACVIM
Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialist
Dr. Tanya Moeller is our visiting internist and ultrasound specialist. Dr. Moeller graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University and completed an internship and residency in internal medicine at the Animal Medical Center in New York City. She practiced for several years at PetCare in Santa Rosa. Dr. Moeller is board certified in internal medicine and specializes in ultrasound and oncology. She is available to help with the difficult and diagnostically challenging cases we so often see in our hospital.