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Dr. Brian Loudis has been a practicing veterinarian for 16 years. After receiving his DVM from Colorado State University in 1990, he moved to San Diego to work at a busy small animal clinic. A three-year residency followed at a hospital specializing in Avian and Exotic Medicine.
After spending several years working with a diverse group of patients and veterinarians, Dr. Loudis became board certified in Avian (bird) medicine. Fewer than 150 veterinarians in the country hold this certification. Dr. Loudis uses his specialty both in clinical practice at All Pets as well as serving as a professional veterinary consultant for the nation’s largest animal clinical laboratory where he helps other veterinarians interpret laboratory data.
Dr. Nicholas Helfrich obtained an undergraduate degree in Animal Behavior at the University of Indiana in 2004. His research was primarily focused in zoo settings where he studied many species including dolphins, lemurs, and polar bears.
Following graduation, Dr. Helfrich moved to San Diego and worked closely with Dr. Brian Loudis here at All Pets Animal Hospital where he developed a strong passion for avian and exotic medicine.
Dr. Aaron Lamoree received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the UC Davis School of veterinary Medicine in 2001. After graduation, he went on to complete a one-year internship at the VCA Emergency Animal Hospital and Referral Center in San Diego. During the internship, he focused on emergency and critical care, cardiology, internal medicine, and surgery.
The following year, Dr. Lamoree began working at a high quality veterinary practice in Encinitas, where he worked for nine years before joining the team at All Pets Animal Hospital in September 2011. In 2013, Dr. Lamoree became a part-owner in All Pets Animal Hospital.