Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
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Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Harjinder Mundh
Harjinder Mundh attended the College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences at Pant University of Agriculture & Technology in Indian, graduating in 1974. He worked in India for several years with both large and small animals, focusing primarily in preventative medicine in rural areas. After moving to the United States he moved to San Jose where he started a family and continued his passion for animals.
To further his skills, he went on to complete a clinical internship program at Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. After completion of this program he returned home to San Jose, where in 1996 he opened his own veterinary practice, ABC Animal Clinic. Over the years he has continued to hone his skills and created a thriving animal care facility focusing on the well being of dogs and cats alike.
Even with more than two decades of experience in animal care, Dr. Mundh is always looking to further the care he provides for his patients. He regularly engages in continuing education workshops and seminars that focus on new technologies and procedure.
Dr. Manpreet Mundh
Manpreet Mundh was born in San Jose and grew up in the Berryessa area. He graduated from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona in Southern California receiving a degree in Animal Sciences. After Cal Poly he attended Western University in Southern California, where he graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009.
After veterinary school, he completed an intense one-year internship at Sonora Veterinary Specialists in Arizona. Working with multiple board certified specialists, he rotated through surgery, medicine, and emergency services.
Aside from domestic animals, Dr. Mundh also has a great interest in wildlife. Over the years he has worked with the Gibbon Rehabilitation Project in Thailand, several wildlife centers in South Africa, including the Johannesburg Zoo, and the Southwest Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Arizona.