Dr. Sarah Anger
Dr. Sarah Anger earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Equine Science and then her Degree of Veterinary Medicine both at Colorado State University. Following graduation, she worked at small animal and exotic hospitals in Denver, CO and then Buffalo, NY. Dr Anger’s professional interests include exotic animal surgery, dentistry, and canine sports medicine. She is an active participant in dog agility training and competition with her Border Collie, Sully and her Boston Terrier mix, Breck. She also has 2 cats (Kevin and Paige) and many birds and lizards (and a very tolerant husband!).
Dr. Amanda Morvai
Dr. Amanda Morvai has always been passionate about helping animals. An East Coast native, Dr. Morvai grew up in New England before double majoring in Zoology and Wildlife Ecology and Conservation at the University of Florida. She then worked as a veterinary technician for several years prior to earning her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Georgia, with an emphasis in Zoological Medicine. In order to gain more specialized training, she then went on to complete a one-year small animal rotating internship at a referral hospital in Connecticut. Dr. Morvai has experience treating emergent and critically ill patients, exotic pets, wildlife, aquatic animals, and domestic species. In her free time, she enjoys exploring the region with her fiance, Patrick, as well as cuddling with their Chihuahua mix, Maxwell, and their Siamese mix, Spinx. Her hobbies include travel, yoga, cooking, hiking, and photography.
Dr. Brandon Bell
Dr. Brandon Bell is a veterinarian who originally hails from Kansas. Early on he developed a unique interest in birds and endeavored to become a veterinarian with the goal of eventually specializing in avian medicine. Wanting to follow his own path, he traveled to the Bay Area after high school and graduated from Stanford University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology. He then returned home to Kansas to study veterinary medicine at Kansas State University, graduating with his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2018. Shortly thereafter he traveled to Northern California once again, to work in a small companion animal clinic. Following a few natural disasters and hardships, he joins the Bird & Pet Clinic of Roseville to continue his path of learning about and working with avian patients, as well as other small animal and exotic species.
Within the veterinary field, he is passionate about avian medicine, client education, and immunology. He hopes to use these passions to create great client relationships and empower people to better understand their pets and human-animal interaction.
Outside of veterinary medicine, Dr. Bell is an avid sports fan, being especially interested in basketball. He’s a lifelong fan of the Kansas Jayhawks in college basketball and looks forward to being closer to a professional basketball team like the Sacramento Kings (formerly the Kansas City Kings). Beyond athletics, he thinks of himself as an amateur musician and performed with multiple groups throughout high school and college. When playing the trombone in college he was lucky enough to tour with world-famous jazz trumpeter Jon Faddis as part of the Stanford Jazz Orchestra. These days he is mostly attempting to teach himself the guitar and ukulele.
Dr. Joseph is not available for appointments. She is continuing her work with Birds of Prey her at the hospital.
Dr. Victoria Joseph
Born and raised in California, Dr. Joseph received her DVM degree from the School of Veterinary Medicine at UC Davis in 1983. She attained her board certification in Avian Medicine and Surgery in 1995.
Dr. Joseph is board certified in avian medicine and surgery and has 20+ years of experience in treating birds of prey, more than any other veterinarian in Roseville or Placer County. Not only does she attend to the needs of the birds of prey that are brought into our animal clinic, she also works at Idexx Veterinary Laboratories as an avian consultant for other veterinarians, and oversees the medical needs of the raptors arriving at the California Foundation for Birds of Prey, a non-profit organization that cares for injured raptors.
Dr. Joseph and her husband, Andy, share their home with 3 dogs, a parrot, and many raptors. Her favorite hobbies are bird watching and fly-fishing.