Lisa Silberstein, DVM, Associate Veterinarian

DVM, University of California, Davis


Dr. Silberstein was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. She attended the University of Colorado at Boulder where she earned an undergraduate Degree in Environmental, Population, Organismic Biology. She then earned her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 2003.

After graduating from Veterinary School, Dr. Silberstein was accepted into the prestigious Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Internship at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital. Upon completing her internship, Dr. Silberstein was asked to stay on as a General Practitioner at VCA West Los Angeles and has been a valued member of our team ever since.

Dr. Silberstein treats her patients with a comprehensive approach, taking care to listen to the client’s individual concerns and addressing each patient’s specific needs. She promotes ongoing preventive veterinary care in order to provide early recognition and treatment of conditions that can greatly impact the health and happiness of our beloved pets. Some of her other special interests include senior wellness with emphasis on quality of life, dental health, and infectious disease prevention.

In addition to her role as General Practitioner, Dr. Silberstein contributes to the veterinary community as our Externship Director, working closely with veterinary students from schools across the country. She also enjoys working with younger students and regularly travels to schools in the community to help educate children about careers in Veterinary Medicine and the importance of the human-animal bond.

In order to support the excellent standard of care provided by our team, Dr. Silberstein has established and runs the continuing education program for our General Practice. This ongoing training and education allows us to offer cutting edge diagnostic and treatment options.
When she is not here at the hospital, Dr Silberstein enjoys spending time with her husband Brad and her two children Lily and Brady. Their home enjoys a constant stampede of furry friends in need.