Josh Marion, DVM, Veterinarian
Dr. Marion graduated from Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. He is originally from Texas and grew up in a small town. Dr. Marion has a strong interest in behavioral and developmental medicine. He is Fear Free Certified and enjoys taking courses to increase his knowledge of animal behavior. In his free time, Dr. Marion enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, playing board games, and baking. Dr. Marion has one dog and two cats which he rescued.
Samantha Lieberman, DVM, Veterinarian
Dr. Lieberman loves life in Phoenix, Arizona. She grew up in central New Jersey, spending time enjoying the Jersey Shore, NYC, and everything in between. Samantha graduated from Rutgers University in 2000 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science and Science Education. She taught sixth-grade science for four years before following the path to graduate school.
Samantha lived on the beautiful Caribbean island of St. Kitts for vet school, and then spent a year of clinical rotations at Washington State University to prepare for graduation from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. While on the island, she was very active in student government, the school aviary, and the sea turtle rescue organization. Samantha had veterinary externships at the Oregon Zoo in Portland, OR, the Department of Comparative and Laboratory Animal Medicine in Seattle, WA, and at Kruger National Park in South Africa.
After graduation, Dr. Samantha spent three years working at an avian and exotic animal hospital outside of Chicago, IL, and then five years at a busy 24-hour veterinary clinic in Scottsdale, AZ. She now works with a small house call practice in Phoenix, which allows her ample time to get to know her patients and their families.
When not at work, Dr. Samantha enjoys traveling, eating sushi, and playing in the sunshine with her two terriers Marley and Minnie.
Hello, I’m Emily. Originally hailing from Michigan, I made the move to Arizona a few years back. My passion for working with animals was ignited during my youth when I spent time assisting on a farm. While I’ve had the pleasure of owning various dog breeds, my heart has a soft spot for the mastiffs.
With a background that includes a two-year tenure as a Lead Animal Care Attendant at Deer Creek Animal Hospital and my ongoing pursuit of a certification in Dog Training through the Animal Behavior College, I’m excited to embark on this journey. Initially, my focus will encompass basic obedience and puppy training, among other foundational skills. However, my ultimate aspiration is to delve into behavior modification.
What drives my dedication to this profession is the joy I find in working with your beloved pets and witnessing their remarkable progress.