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• And so much more!
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Scott Morris, DVM
Dr. Scott Morris is a business owner and veterinarian at Banfield Pet Hospital of Long Beach. He has received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine and has been practicing veterinary medicine since 1992. Initially, his career began in Whittier, California in a private practice prior to working with Banfield Pet Hospital. He worked for Banfield Pet Hospital as an associate in Corona, California for six months then purchased the Banfield Pet Hospital of Long Beach as a Charter business. While running the Long Beach hospital, he earned a Masters of Business Administration from the Keller School of Management. His veterinary interests include orthopedic surgeries, ultrasonography and business development and strategies. He currently resides in Whittier with his wife, Armida, and their two kids, Nathan and Nicole. They have three cats, Scurry, May and June.
Lois Wu, DVM
Dr. Lois Wu has been an associate veterinarian at Banfield Pet Hospital of Long Beach since 2012. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of California-Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine. In her spare time she enjoys reading, board games and arts/crafts. She currently shares her home with 3 cats: Oscar, Junior and Peaches.
Jae Yu, DVM
Dr. Jae Yu received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University and completed her clinical year at Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. She first started as a Veterinary Assistant at Banfield, Long Beach in 2009, and continued to work there before being accepted into Veterinary School. She has a special interest in acupuncture and hopes to receive her certification soon. Her other professional interests include physical rehabilitation, chiropractic and small animal nutrition. She also enjoys reading, hiking and spending time with her crazy but loveable shih-tzu, Harry Pawter.