Dr. Jose Evans
I am originally from Puerto Rico; I have been in Arizona since 2009. I graduated from St. George's University in June 2009. I have a wonderful wife, Kelli, who I met in vet school and have two great kids. I enjoy spending time with my family, diving and traveling.
Dr. Elizabeth Glicksman
I was born and raised in New York City. I received my Bachelor's degree from NYU, and my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University in 2015. I then moved west with my husband, Andrew, a native Phoenician.
Since then, our family has grown to include a dog, cats, tortoises, guinea pigs, and fish. My personal interests include internal medicine, teaching, and client education. In addition to caring for our pets, I enjoy photography, the outdoors, sports, and traveling.
Dr. Stephanie Strautman
I was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona. I did my undergraduate degree at the University of Arizona, and my post graduate studies at Colorado State University, graduating in 2017. Over the years, I’ve volunteered in animal clinics, shelters and wildlife rehabilitation programs. As a part of the AZPetVet family, my special interests include Internal Medicine, surgery and client education.
I live with my boyfriend, Tarik, our dog Mike, and a Ball python named Delilah. My hobbies include spending time with friends and family, hiking and traveling. I’m looking forward to meeting you and your pets!
Dr. Adam Riley
Native Hoosier here, born in Munster, Indiana. I did my Bachelor of Science at Purdue University, and received my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Midwestern University Glendale, AZ in 2018. While I’m a new veterinarian, I’m not new to the field. In fact, I’ve worked for more than a decade in animal hospitals. That’s how I developed strong interests in preventive medicine, soft tissue surgery and dentistry.
My wife is also a veterinarian, which explains how we’ve ended up with two dogs - Elli the German Shepherd Dog, Freya the shepherd mix, Odin the one-eyed cat and Tyre the Sulcata tortoise. I enjoy hiking, kayaking, birdwatching - basically, anything outdoors. Be sure to say hello next time you’re here - I’d love to meet you and your pets!
Dr. Tatyana Lyakhova
I was born and raised in Moscow, Russia. I moved to the United States to attend the University of Colorado for my undergraduate degree - graduating with honors. Before vet school, I worked in a private practice and shelter as a veterinary assistant, later taking care of professional show dogs, and even worked in a wildlife rehab. I fell in love with Colorado, so I decided to continue my education at Colorado State University, receiving my Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2019. My veterinary interests include internal medicine and exotic pet care.
I share my home with my 2 fur children: my dog Plato, and cat Mia. Besides caring for pets, I love exploring the outdoors, reading, and traveling around the world. I’m also learning how to play the ukulele and to speak Spanish!