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Dr. Pete was born and raised in the Philippines. He has always had a strong love for animals, which inspired him to become a veterinarian. He graduated from De La Salle Araneta University School of Veterinary Medicine in the Philippines. After immigrating to the United States he attended Cornell University School of Veterinary Medicine in Ithaca, New York where he obtained his licensed accreditation to practice in the U.S. Before moving to Southern California he worked as an associate veterinarian in Long Island, New York for a few years. Dr. Pete is a general animal practitioner with a passion for surgery. When he’s not working he enjoys spending time with his wife Lea, and two children Danielle and Leon, as well as his three dogs Shadow, Bantay, and Maganda.
I have been working at Orangethorpe Animal Aid Hospital since January 2008. My passion for animals began when I was child. I used to collect bugs and have always adored cats and dogs. I had always been a cat owner and until recently became a dog owner as well. I love my two dogs, Teddy and Rose, and my cat, Tigger. Growing up, I always hoped to find a job that in some way involved working with animals. I then became a volunteer for the Downey Animal Shelter and this inspired me to work at an animal hospital. I am a Cal State Long Beach alumni with a Bachelors in Human Development. I love working at OAAH but most importantly, I love to see all pets go home happy and healthy!
I always loved the idea of working with animals. Even as a child I knew that that's where I belonged. As I grew up I always found a way to surround myself with animals,from owning four wonderful dogs to pet-sitting and dog walking around my own neighborhood. Working at an animal hospital seemed like such a far away goal, but now I have a accomplished to become a Vet Assistant and I'm learning so much from my coworkers and Dr. Pete. I am also currently attending Mt. San Antonio College to receive my certificate as a Registered Veterinary Technician. I love working here at Orangethorpe Animal Aid Hospital. We all work hard as a team to make sure that our patients go home healthy and their owners happy and satisfied because there's no better feeling.
Binn Francis Soriano
Hi, my name is Binn Francis Soriano. I grew up alongside with my dad as a Veterinarian, and my mom as a nurse. Growing up as a child I use to watch my dad work with animals. From then on I knew I wanted to follow in his footsteps. I recently started working here at OAAH, and I have learned so much. I love working with animals. I also love seeing our client’s happy faces when they pick up their pets.