Kitt Mueller, DVM
Dr. Kitt (Mueller) has always loved animals and decided when she was 4 years old to become a veterinarian. Growing up in Minnesota she knew she wanted to travel and live in a warmer climate! She found there was a Veterinary school on and Island in the Caribbean at the age of 7 and decided at that point this is where she must go! She graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine on St. Kitts, West Indies in 2008 after completing her clinical rotations at Oklahoma State University. She practiced in San Diego for 5 years prior to heading north to Escondido early 2013. She has two dogs named Demetri and Chica. They are from St Kitts, West Indies and have been dubbed “Coconut Retrievers”.
Dr. Kitt has said, “There is something so special about the bond between a human and their pets. To truly know the unconditional love we receive from our furry children is to know true happiness. As a Veterinarian I not only get to be a part of this family dynamic, but I get to help nourish it and help it last longer. There is nothing I love more than to be considered the “other family doctor”!”.
When she’s not working she enjoys spending time with her husband Richard and their daughters Cameron-6 years old and Payton-6 months old. They spend quite a bit of time at the Zoo and Wild Animal Park. Cami is already planning to be a Veterinarian. She does a lot of crafty projects with the girls and enjoys spending as much time outside as she can with the family.
Michelle Pryor, DVM
Michelle Pryor, DVM was born and raised in Oceanside, California- she studied at San Diego State University and continued on to reach her childhood dreams of becoming a veterinarian on the beautiful island of Grenada at St. George’s University. After completing her clinical year of training at Auburn University in Alabama in 2016, she is now back in North County San Diego.
Dr. Pryor has a special interest in exotic animal medicine, dermatology, preventative care, and behavior.
Dr. Pryor strives to form a meaningful connection with each and every patient and client, and would love nothing more than to create a comfortable and positive space in which your furry family can get the care that they need. She has three fur children who are her entire world and understands that our clients feel the same.