Anna Malone, DVM, is originally from California, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in physiology and neuroscience at UC San Diego, then went to UC Davis to earn her veterinary degree. After that, she completed a rotating internship at University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Malone has worked in a variety of veterinary settings, including wildlife, raptors, and spay/neuter clinics, as well as outreach clinics with underserved communities. She has also volunteered to help provide vet care to the homeless population in Sacramento, California. Additionally, Dr. Malone was a member of the California Veterinary Medical Reserve Corps which provides much-needed emergency care to dogs and cats during natural disasters.

Dr. Malone lives with her husband, a wild border collie named Juniper, and three fluffy kitties named Rumi, Kuma, and Yotta! Her hobbies include hiking, rock climbing, kayaking, guitar, meditation and writing! Her medical interests include polytraumas, feline medicine, and endocrine emergencies, but she is most passionate about nourishing the human-animal bond and helping to preserve the sacred connection between a pet and their family. Her goal is to provide medical care, but also emotional, mental, and spiritual support to her patients and their families, especially in times of crisis.