Dr. Greg Perrault

Dr. Perrault attended Michigan State University as an undergraduate majoring in microbiology and public health and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Veterinary Science. After an externship in Southern California for avian, exotic and wildlife medicine, he received his Doctorate from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1992.

Dr. Perrault is a member of the American Veterinary Association (AVMA), the California Veterinary Association (CVMA), the Southern California Veterinary Association (SCVMA), the Association of Avian Veterinarians (AAV), and the Association of Reptile and Amphibian Veterinarians (ARAV).

Besides operating Cats & Dogs Animal Hospital, Dr. Perrault donates his time and provides first aid for many of Justin Rudd’s events, such as the Halloween Dog Parade.

Dr. Perrault lives in Long Beach with his partner, Cookie Braude, and their Chihuahua, Guillermo.

Dr. Brianna Abel

Dr. Brianna Abel is a traditionally trained veterinarian and a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist by way of the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Florida. She believes in holistic medicine, utilizing both acupuncture and herbs along with western medicine such as antibiotics and steroids when appropriate.

Dr. Abel grew up in Southern California, went to Long Beach Polytechnic High School and received a Bachelor’s degree in Marine Biology at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University and was internship trained at California Animal Hospital in West Los Angeles. She is particularly interested in acupuncture, preventative medicine and end of life care. Dr. Abel lives in Long Beach with her husband, two sons and two cats, Aspen and Mango. In her free time she enjoys traveling, SCUBA diving, Clippers basketball and going to the theater.

Dr. Shirley Truong

Dr. Truong is a Southern California native whose parents immigrated from Vietnam in the mid-1970s. She is the youngest of three children and had a fascination with animals since she was a little girl. Her childhood was filled with pets of all sorts such as dogs, cats, rabbits, an iguana, tortoises, and various birds just to name a few!

Dr. Truong completed her undergraduate degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara and earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Western University of Health Sciences. She also completed a small animal clinical internship at Southern California Veterinary Specialty Hospital in Irvine. Her professional interests include internal medicine and surgery.

When she’s not at work, Dr. Truong enjoys meditating, tending to her plants, and eating different types of cuisine with friends and family. She is the proud mother to two American Bullies: Booty and Octavia.

Dr. Julia Drury

Dr. Drury received her bachelor’s at Dartmouth College with a degree in biology modified with environmental studies. She earned her doctorate of veterinary medicine at Cornell University.

She has been practicing veterinary medicine in Southern California since 2013. She is devoted to fostering a strong human animal bond. She is particularly drawn to supporting her patients and their families through all life stages, including geriatric and end of life care.

Dr. Drury grew up in Buffalo, New York. She has lived in Long Beach for the past decade. When she is not at work she is chasing around her two children, two dogs, and one cat. In her free time she enjoys hiking, reading, cheering on Buffalo sports teams, and scouting out the best chocolate chip cookies.