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Text: 213-800-3015
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Our Team

We are a dedicated team of animal lovers who strives to provide the best care for your pets. Whether it be giving them a little extra TLC when they aren't feeling their best or educating pet parents on how to keep their pets happy and healthy, we want to make sure your pet is a part of your family for years to come!

Dr. Chung

DVM, PhD

Jello

the Cat Marshall, aka Office Manager

Crew

Customer Care

Dr. Chung, DVM, PhD

Dr. Chung is the Chief doctor at Little Tokyo Pet Clinic. She loves animals of all kinds. Taking care of Dogs, Cats, and Exotic animals, such as: Rabbits, Birds, and Reptiles. After completing Clinical Rotation at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Oregon State University, she worked as a General Practitioner and an Emergency Doctor in Southern California, before opening Little Tokyo Pet Clinic in downtown Los Angeles.

 

Dr. Chung is also a proud member of the American Veterinary Medicine Association (AVMA), Southern California Veterinary Medicine Association (SCVMA), and California Veterinary Medicine Association (CVMA). She received her Ph.D. in Molecular Endocrinology at the Medical School of Gunma University in Japan, and worked as a Veterinarian-Scientist at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, and at the Biomedical-Cancer research group in San Diego. During her research experience, Dr. Chung received an NIH fellowship and published numerous papers, as well as cloning and registering three animal genes into the GenBank. 

Jello, the Cat Marshall, aka Office Manager

Hi, my name is Jello, and I am the office manager at Little Tokyo Pet Clinic. My daily schedule is very busy because I supervise many things: my cat tower, my food and water bowls, my plush bed, and all of my toys. But most importantly, you may be interested to know that my blood type is A, I am Negative for Leukemia/Heartworm/FIV, and I work hard to stay healthy so that I can donate my precious blood for my fellow felines in need. And yes, physical health is very important to me, but I cannot control my appetite and am currently on a Weight Management Program. Please know I take great pride in making sure that all of my animal friends here are being treated with tender love and care. 

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