Meet Our Veterinarians
Daryl R. Mabley, DVM, Practice Owner
Dr. Daryl Mabley was born in Sacramento,California. He got his degree in Chemistry at Cal State Sonoma and went on to UC Davis to get his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. He graduated in 1979 and opened Arbor Animal Hospital in 1983. His special interests include Orthopedics (one of his favorites is the TPLO) and surgeries. In his free time he enjoys cooking, playing music and hiking with his three dogs.
Years in Practice: 37
Pamela Peth, DVM
Dr. Pamela Peth was born in Jackson, Mississippi. She received her BS in Biology and her DVM from the University of Missouri. She began working at Arbor Animal Hospital in 1992. In her spare time she enjoys yoga, reading, hiking and spending time with her 4 cats, 3 dogs, 2 children, husband, chameleon and parrot.
Years in Practice: 32
Andrew Phositlimpagul, DVM
Dr. Andrew Phositlimpagul, DVM (or Dr. Andrew as he is known here) was born in Atlanta, GA. He received his BS from Duke University, majoring in biology with minors in Classical Studies and Chemistry. He went on to earn a Master's degree in Animal Science from the University of Georgia where he also received his DVM degree. His special interests include dermatology and pediatric surgeries. In his spare time, he enjoys running and hiking.
Years in Practice: 12
Megan Whisler, DVM
Years in Practice: 5
Sheri Candeletta, DVM
Years in Practice:
Amanda Aldridge, DVM, CVA
Dr. Aldridge is a native Californian, raised in the Monterey Bay area. Following completion of her undergraduate degree in General Biology at UC San Diego, she moved north to attend UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. She worked as a large animal veterinarian in Gilroy, CA then moved back to San Diego and worked in general small animal veterinary practice.
Since acquiring her certifications Dr. Aldridge has spent most of her time as a natural and integrative veterinarian, providing acupuncture and chiropractic treatments along with nutritional counseling, western supplements, Chinese herbal remedies and physical therapy recommendations along with traditional medicine. The goal of her treatments is to provide natural options to improve the health and quality of life of dogs and cats without harmful side effects. Typical patients include the older arthritic and weak pets to the young performance agility and show dogs, pets with chronic allergies or intestinal problems, pets with lameness and back pain, pets with cancer, and even pets without medical issues whose families want them to be as healthy and well balanced as possible.
Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist (IVAS)
Certified in Animal Chiropractic (AVCA)