Dr. Amy Vlazny
Dr. Amy Vlazny is a 2011 graduate of the Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, in Massachusetts. After veterinary school she moved to Ventura to complete an internship in small animal emergency medicine, internal medicine, and surgery at Veterinary Medical and Surgical Group (VMSG). She then practiced veterinary emergency and general medicine in Thousand Oaks prior to coming to Ohana.
Dr. Amy grew up in Louisville, KY. Prior to veterinary school, she attained a B.A. in Biology from Washington University in St. Louis, worked as a veterinary technician, and spent over two years in Ecuador as a Peace Corps Volunteer. As a result of her experiences she has a special interest in outreach work to bring much-needed veterinary services to underserved communities. Her professional interests are primarily in canine and feline emergency and internal medicine and soft tissue surgery.
Dr. Amy lives in Ventura with her husband Cesar, daughter Nina, and terrifically toddler-tolerant, handsome fluffy black cat, Morgan. She spends her down time frequenting the local playgrounds with Nina, hiking, biking, and otherwise enjoying the outdoors, reading, listening to her favorite radio programs, and practicing yoga and Pilates.