Tim Walters, DVM
Tim Walters grew up in Southern California and his desire to be a veterinarian goes back as far as he can remember. Tim worked in the veterinary field as soon as he could, starting at a boarding facility, then moving to a veterinary assistant which cemented his drive to become a veterinarian. After graduating from Pierce College, Tim attended veterinary school at UC Davis and completed his DVM degree in 2007.
Dr. Tim has practiced in both Southern and Northern California for over 15 years. His professional interests include preventative medicine and general surgery. Dr. Tim lives with his wife, Emily, a board certified veterinary pathologist with Bay Area roots. They have a golden retriever named Kirby, a rescued poodle terrier mix named Lola and a box turtle named Tina, who Tim rescued as a teenager. Dr. Tim enjoys spending his free time outdoors, hiking, biking, and gardening. When not outdoors, he is usually watching sports or listening to music.
Amelia Ausman, DVM
Dr. Ameila received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from University of California, Davis, in 1993. A San Diego native, she has worked in California, Austin and Albuquerque.
Dr. Amelia's professional interests include surgery, internal medicine, and dentistry. She enjoys the daily interactions with clients and sharing the special bond they have with their pets. She and her husband like spending time outdoors with their three children and yellow Labrador.
Lexie Endo, DVM
Dr. Lexie Endo grew up in San Leandro and returned to the bay area in 1989. She received her BS and MS from Stanford University and her DVM from the University of California, Davis. Her 5 grown children attended schools in the Lamorinda area. She now shares her home with her husband Barney, their tweenie dachshund, Archie, 2 cats, Persy and Cedric, and 3 turtles, Theo, William and Adam.
She is a member of the CAVMRC (California Veterinary Medical Reserve Corps) and volunteered at the Paradise fire, which is where Adam was found. She has traveled to Ecuador to work at high volume spay/neuter clinics.
Outside of work, Lexie spends time with her grandchildren (there are 5 of them) and hiking with Archie. She also enjoys quilting, crafting and trying to outsmart the critters invading the vegetable garden in the summer.