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Dr. DeCosta graduated from U.C. Davis Veterinary School in 1991. She has been practicing at Cypress Veterinary hospital for over 15 years. Her special interests are internal medicine and preventative medicine. Dr. D is married, has two boys, a dog named Tug, Nibbles the cat, and several fish tanks. In her spare time she enjoys running, volleyball, snow skiing, and spending time with her family on the Delta jet skiing and waterskiing.
Dr. Ervin graduated in 1987 from the University of Missouri - Columbia. After graduation she completed an internship in the Bay Area and has been in the Contra Costa County ever since. Dr. Ervin purchased Ygnacio Animal Hospital in Walnut Creek in 1994 where she had the honor and pleasure of working with amazing families and their furry companions for over 20 years. She sold her practice in 2014 and soon after moved to Oakley with her 3 awesome sons, her Pit Bull, Ellie, and her cat, Bob. Dr. Ervin not only enjoys working with dogs and cats. She also works with rabbits, guinea pigs, and other "pocket pets". She is a PennHIP certified veterinarian, practices Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (V.O.M.), a type of chiropractic adjustment, and is also certified as a VetStem provider, giving our practice the possibility of using Stem cell treatment for our arthritic pets.
Dr. Lee is an East Coast native who completed her veterinary education at Tufts University in Massachusetts. After completing veterinary school, she completed a year-long internship for training in small animal general practice, emergency, internal medicine, and surgery. She moved to the Bay Area in 2014. Dr. Lee enjoys the variety of general practice medicine, and also has a strong interest in internal medicine. She strives to provide compassionate and comprehensive care to meet the unique needs of each patient. Dr. Lee has two tabby cats named Todd and Shadow. In her free time she enjoys hiking, biking, yoga, and exploring Northern California.