Dr. Racelle LaMar
Dr. Racelle LaMar has lived in Santa Rosa with her family since 1968.
She is a graduate of Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and has been in practice since 1983.
Dr. LaMar bought Northtown Animal Hospital in 2011 from Dr. Brown. The practice burned in the wildfires of 2017. Since then she has been helping her clients by doing house calls, ‘borrowing space’ at a local practice and the K9 Activity Club. After almost a year of searching, Guardian Pet Hospital and Northtown merged.
Dr. LaMar looks forward to many more years of helping the Sonoma County residents with their 4-legged family members. When not at work she is an avid Sharks fan and likes traveling to NHL hockey stadiums with her husband and son.
Dr. Joy Mueller
Dr. Joy Mueller, DVM, CVMMP started Guardian Pet Hospital in 1990. She wanted to be a part of this lovely community and help your pets be a happy and healthy part of your family.
Dr. Mueller treats dogs, cats, rabbits and various pocket pets and gives personal, high quality, individualized attention to each and every one. Her emphasis is on preventative medicine to improve the longevity and happiness of your pets. Dr. Mueller is now certified in Veterinary Medical Manipulation, a gentle, hands-on “chiropractic” like adjustment of back and limbs for small animals. She has worked with Forgotten Felines for 20 years and is very experienced in cats’ special needs.Dr. Mueller also trains and trials her Australian Shepherds in agility and has done flyball, freestyle dance and canine nose work. She can help keep your competition dog at peak performance!