Zsolt Laszlo Varadi Veterinary Tech School: Saint Stevens Veterinary University, Budapest, Hungary
Zsolt has been with VCA Parkwood Animal Hospital since June 2004. He is a native of Hungary and acquired his veterinary degree from Saint Stevens Veterinary University of Budapest, Hungary. He's currently completing his National and State Boards to become a licensed veterinarian here in the United States. His favorite part of work is being around animals daily. His passion for animals has existed for as long as he can remember. He shares his home with Maci, a 12 year old Shi Tzu he got in Budapest during veterinary school. Zsolt is an avid golfer and spends most of his free time on the golf course as a stress reliever or should we say, "stress factor"!
Zarui Melkonyan also known as "Z" has been a technician at VCA Parkwood since March of 2004. Prior to this time, she volunteered at the East Valley Animal Shelter where she helped find homes for hundreds of homeless pets. Her ultimate goal is to open a rescue for abandoned farm animals and other pets. Her current furry family includes two dogs "Boxer" and "King Tubby", a cat named "Queenie", and a bearded dragon named "R2".
In case of emergency, please call us immediately. If it is after hours, please call VCA McClave Animal Hospital at (818) 881-5102.
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