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Wellness
We believe on care more than drugs so regular checkup is important to keep pet healthy.

Diagnostics
Advanced technoligy and lab help us to diagnose your pet quickly to keep him healthy.

Meet Our Team

Dr Nicole Schiff holding a dog and smiling at the camera

Dr. Nicole Schiff received her Bachelor of Arts in Zoology from UC Davis in 1997, and her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from UC Davis in 2002. She has worked at several veterinary hospitals in Los Angeles and here

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Dr Stephanie Checel DVM

Dr. Stephanie Checel received her Bachelor of Science in Dairy Science from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 1997, and her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the School of Veterinary Medicine at University College

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Dr. Amy Kramer received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education and Recreation from Whittier College in 1990. Following graduation, Dr. Kramer continued her education Cerritos College where she graduated with honors

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Amy Kramer
PT, DPT, CCRT – Therapy Director

Dr Erin Bukofsky sitting on the ground with a dog

Dr Erin Bukofsky received her Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies from Skidmore College in 2007. She gained a variety of experience working with animals after her undergraduate program, including

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Erin Bukofsky
PT, DPT, CCRT

Josh Arellano

Dr. Josh Arellano earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Western University of Health Sciences in 2008 after earning his BS in Exercise Science and Health Promotion from Colorado State University-Pueblo

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Josh Arellano
PT, DPT, CCRT

Nicole Miller

Dr. Nicole Miller began her academic career at California State University, Fullerton, achieving a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology, with a concentration in Exercise Science.  Upon her graduation from CSU, Fullerton,

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Dr Abby Noh kneeling with a dog

Dr. Abby Noh began her academic career at Occidental College, receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology in 2016.  She then took a year off of school to gain experience as an exercise technician for Glendale Adventist

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Abby Noh
PT, DPT

David has been working with animals in the rehabilitation setting for almost 10 years. He worked with animals in general practice before venturing into the rehab world. He is a master at working with animals in the underwater

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David
Rehab Assistant

Andrea has always been a dog lover growing up with a cocker spaniel and a Saint Bernard. She has been working with dogs for over 4 years and is excited to be working now to improve their lives through rehabilitation. She

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Andrea
Rehab Assistant

Gerson has worked with animals in the field of rehabilitation for over 6 years. He is specifically fond of helping animals recover from traumatic injury and has a way with clients. His cares for every pet as if it were his

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Gerson
Rehab Assistant

Kimberly Minami

Kim’s career with animals began as a teen volunteering at various animals shelters throughout LA. From pet hotel caregiver to pet bather to pet trainer, she is excited to share her skills as a member of the BARC team.

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Kimberly
Rehab Assistant

Christina has been working in animal rehabilitation since she moved to California in 2017. Starting with a genetics research background, she moved on to working with exotics, and then to rehabilitation. She is originally from

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Christina
Rehab Assistant

Stephany entered the field of rehabilitation with a background in biology and years of experience in general practice. She takes particular interest in the physical therapy aspect of rehabilitation, and sincerely appreciates

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Stephany
Rehab Assistant

Emilie standing in front of a blue wall holding a small dog

Emilie comes from a family of animal lovers and grew up surrounded by pets. She developed a passion for working with senior and disabled pets when she became a foster parent for a senior dog shelter in San Francisco, and

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Emilie
Rehab Assistant

Growing up Deaundre was an exotic animal enthusiast and decided to go into veterinary medicine. He worked in general practice before venturing into rehabilitation. Outside of work, Deaundre enjoys studying horticulture,

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Since she was young, animals has always been a part of Domonique’s life and she naturally gravitated to them and their well being. So when it was time to decide to start her career, she knew exactly what direction she would

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Michelle brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in both office management and customer service and client relations. For the past 27 years Michelle has owned, operated and managed all accounting and office staff in her

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Michelle McCarter
Office Manager

Carolyn brings many years experience in marketing for animal rehabilitation to her position at BARC. She was previously in the catering business in all aspects including event planning, managing, staffing and sales. She is

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Carolyn LaRocca
Marketing Director

Jamie has been an animal lover since before she could remember so working in the veterinary field seemed only fitting. Prior to joining BARC, she has always worked with animals in general practice and surgery. Her passions

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Jaime
Reception

Celeny has had a love for animals since before she could walk. She always had a dog, cat, chicken, bird, frog, you name it. Being a voice for animals has always been a passion of hers. Celeny is currently finishing school to

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Celeny
Reception

Lynn was born and raised in Southern California and has been working in the veterinary field for many years, starting in general practice, then emergency and now rehabilitation.  In her spare time, Lynn enjoys going to Disneyland.

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Lynn
Reception

Our Services

At Webful Veterinary Care we know better what you need for your pet from diet to his shed please check our store for all products we also manage delivery for free.

WHY CHOSE US?

  • Will rehabilitation help my pet?
    While every pet has unique circumstances and needs, we customize a rehabilitation program that fits the specific needs of your beloved pet. Whether your pet is recovering from an injury or surgical procedure, has chronic illness that is interfering with comfort and/or mobility, or you simply have noticed that your animal companion is having more trouble getting up then he or she used to, rehab can help. We offer services that can assist with pain management, strengthening, improved fitness levels, weight loss, faster post-operative recovery times and neurological re-education. This means that with few exceptions, young and old pets can gain comfort, mobility and strength and can have an improved quality of life, at any stage of life.
  • My dog/cat doesn’t like water, will they still be able to use the underwater treadmill?
    Most animals, even if they don’t like the water, do very well in the underwater treadmill. Rather than submerging the animal in water, we allow the animal to step into the treadmill without the water, close the door and then gently raise the water level around them. The technician goes into the tank with your companion until they are comfortable and is physically guided, comforted, given treats, spoken to, and encouraged the entire time. All patients in the underwater treadmill are given our full and undivided attention. In most cases, after the 1st or 2nd session, the animal is relaxed and knows exactly what to do. If the sessions are causing stress that continues, we simply find alternatives to the underwater therapy.
  • Does acupuncture hurt?
    Most patients do not react to the insertion of most acupuncture needles. However, there are some points that are more sensitive than others and sometimes they can be felt. It is believed in Traditional Chinese Medical Theory, that when there is a reaction to needle placement at a certain point, it is a positive sign and thought to be due to ‘the arrival of Qi’ or “De Qi’. Humans describe it as a warmth or tingling that is not painful, but can be somewhat surprising. This sensation indicates that energy is finally flowing into an area that has been deficient, and brings with it a surge of energy. Our goal is get energy moving normally through pathways, so ‘De Qi’ is a good sign.
  • Is acupuncture safe?
    Very safe. Each needle is sterile and discarded after it is used. Our veterinarians are certified veterinary acupuncturists with many years of experience. Acupuncture on animals should only be done by veterinarians certified in veterinary acupuncture. Our technicians also have many years experience in handling animals during acupuncture sessions, ensuring safety and comfort, and remain with each patient throughout the treatment.
  • Will I be able to do things to help them at home?
    Absolutely! We need your input and participation in order the give your pet the maximal benefits. We will teach you specific exercises that you can do at home that will help your pet get the best results. We will also discuss diet, supplements, the layout of your home and practical things you can do to set up your pet for success.
  • How often will my pet need to come for treatment?
    That depends on your pet’s condition and what is realistic for you. During the initial evaluation, based on medical history and thorough rehabilitation exam, we will discuss what is realistic for your pet in terms of medical prognosis, your goals and what is realistic for you. Each treatment plan is 8 weeks in duration. We will devise a unique treatment plan specific to your animal companion’s needs. It typically takes at least 4 weeks to see real clinical change, so it is at this halfway point that we will re-evaluate progress and modify the plan if necessary. We will re-evaluate at the end of the 8 week course of treatment as well. For the average patient, with mild to moderate mobility or pain issues, we recommend therapy twice a week, each session lasting approximately 60 minutes. Sessions typically include, passive range of motion, cold LASER therapy, acupuncture and/or underwater treadmill therapy, therapeutic exercises and vitamin therapy. Other holistic therapies are available as well.
  • Can I stay with my pet?
    We welcome you to observe and support your animal during treatment. However, there are some animals that act out or are very protective of their owners when they are present. In those circumstances, we may ask that you wait outside, as it may facilitate therapy and be safer for all involved. Our facility is enclosed by windows, has multiple viewing areas, so you will be able to observe treatment even if your animal companion is not aware of it.
Suzie
Thank you for all you do for our four-legged family members! A few years back you came to our house to evaluate our German Shepard, Suzie. You also gave her acupuncture and some manipulation while you were here. You were so loving and patient. You noticed something didn’t feel right and suggested we take her for X-rays. You were very right and unfortunately, she was riddled with tumors. We can’t thank you enough for the love you gave her at the time. If we are ever in need, there is no place else we we go to other than BARC.
SuzieBunny & Neal H
Chase
The people here are so tuned into the animals. My boy fell asleep during treatment. The greeting you get when you walk in the door is so warm. The vet tech ...he is so kind to the dogs. The doctors are so understanding and they explain every step of the treatment. Laser, Acupuncture, Full Measures on the consultation! No skipping to save money and no BS.....I was recommended to another Dog Rehabilitation in Orange County and I regret that I bothered with them. This establishment and the staff here washed away that last experience at the place in OC and I now have hope again for Chase to recover faster! B.A.R.C gave me.homework to do at home and hands on instructions on how to massage Chase and stretch and ice him every night! LOVE THEM!!!
Danielle L.
Jack
I can't say enough wonderful things about Beach Animal Rehabilitation Center!! My dog Jack is 11 years old and out of the blue he was unable to walk, unassisted & without holding a sheet underneath him to brace his back legs. He was in so much pain and suffering, that I had scheduled that dreaded appointment with his vet to be put down. They suggested BARC. THANKFULLY he was squeezed in for an emergency evaluation and Dr. Craig told us to cancel that appointment and that she could get him at least 50% better in 2 weeks! 2 weeks went by and let me tell you I saw a 1000% improvement in Jack!! He no longer needed to be braced to walk or go potty. Jack had acupuncture and physical therapy with Dr Voulgaris and Erin and eventually progressed to under water treadmill. Jack is now a "graduate" of BARC He's back to his original self, silly, playful and acting as if he's a puppy again!
Tina L.
JoJo
I highly recommend BARC to anyone that requires extra care services for their pet! The staff is incredible and everyone always makes us feel so welcome every time we come. My dog JoJo had knee surgery, so we did physical therapy and hydrotherapy (underwater treadmill). Everyone from the vets, the physical therapists, the rehab assistants, and all of the front staff go above and beyond to make sure that your pet is cared for like their own! The progress JoJo has made thanks to BARC is incredible and I recommend them to everyone!
Alyssa A.
Georgia
I was very apprehensive when bring my dog to BARC. Not because of BARC itself, but the whole idea of rehab for a dog was foreign to me ( which I realize now is ridiculous). My dog, Georgia, is an orthopedic mess. Back, neck, hip, and elbow issues. Shes already had one surgery and was desperate to avoid another one if possible. She's also very shy and growls. The moment we walked in for her first appointment, she was completely respected and cared for. They move slow and only do what the pet allows. They're not only patient with the pet but also with the owner. I've bombarded them with questions and concerns, and never once did I feel as if I was annoying them or asking them something stupid. 6 weeks into physical therapy and Georgia is a whole new dog. She is almost 5 years old and never have I seen her have more energy or confidence. I can't praise this place enough. They turned my dog that had been painful and cranky her whole life into a happy and comfortable dog, and that's something you really can't thank someone for enough.
Aicha M.
Briggs
Our beloved boy Briggs (12 year old, 80 lb Labrador Retriever) had two surgeries for herniated disks. Two in his neck and two in his lower back. Beach Animal Rehabilitation Center (BARC) was recommended to us by his back surgeon, Dr. Wayne Berry from Southern California Veterinary Hospital. You couldn't ask for a better group of people to help with the rehabilitation of your pet. Everyone there is wonderful and treat you and your pet like family. Briggs worked with everyone there. He had acupuncture, laser therapy, physical therapy and water therapy. They are all top of their game at BARC. We have since recommended them to several friends, coworkers and dog rescues. If you are looking for top quality care by people who will love your pet as their own, this is the place to go. I just cannot say enough good things about them.
Victoria M.
Cocomo
This place is a godsend. Our 11 year old Cocomo was having mobility issues and we were recommended here. With the amazing physical therapy that was provided along with the expertise, he is much more limber and his gait much improved. We still come to keep him limber and to be in the best shape he can be.
Pamela P.
Cody
I cannot say enough great things about BARC. We brought our 12-yr old dog to BARC after spinal surgery to decompress a ruptured disc. Deciding on surgery was difficult and during the time it took to try medical management and then be evaluated and get worked up for surgery, he lost a significant amount of function. In the last days before his surgery he was unable to walk or stand up to go potty. Pretty much as soon as the neurologist cleared him, we began therapy at BARC. Not only had our dog become physically deconditioned, he seemed to have lost any will or desire to do the things he could do before the surgery. The staff at BARC assured us that they could get him walking again, and they did it in less than a month! Not only is he now able to walk and even run short distances, he has his "spark" back, which means even more to us. The facility is new, clean, and gorgeous. Our dog does physiotherapy, underwater treadmill, laser therapy and occasionally acupuncture, but they offer many more services tailored to your pet's condition and your goals. They also offer doggie day care and now have Saturday appointments available. We, unfortunately, did not have pet insurance but I know their services are covered under many pet insurance plans. *All* of the staff are supportive, encouraging, and clearly love what they do, which shows in the care they provide. My dog gets so excited when he knows he's on his way to BARC and loves the therapy techs, particularly his girl, Kat. We started therapy after surgery, but I would strongly encourage an appointment with BARC as part of the decision-making process to see if surgery is really the best option for your pet.
Sydney M.
Rio
I came to the center with my doberman to assess some behavioral issues she has been having. We met with Dr. Deb and she was amazing with my dobie. She explained to me a plan of supplements and care to help my doberman with anxiety as well as frustration. What I loved most about our meeting was Dr. Deb explained the possibilities of WHY this behavior could be occurring and solutions to get to the root of the issue verses just prescribing medication to treat an issue. The best way I can explain it if you would go to a doctor with a headache, they would typically prescribe you tylenol etc, instead of possibly taking the time to figure out what is causing the headaches. Getting the tylenol is just a bandaid but not necessarily helping to prevent further headaches. I think figuring out the why is more important than treating the what and that is exactly the way Dr. Deb approached our meeting. I am very nervous about leaving my doberman anywhere. She has never boarded, gone to a daycare and I rarely leave her with anyone other than myself or close friends to take care of. After meeting with the staff at the center, I could see and experienced first hand their vast knowledge and understanding of animal behavior. My doberman gave subtle signs of being nervous during our initial exam, and they had such an ease with addressing her, catering to her and making her feel comfortable. I look forward to her appointments and the ease I have leaving her in their care is something I never thought I could experience after owning her for 7 1/2 years. The facility is filled with wonderful people like Dr Amy and the ENTIRE team. They are genuine, caring and down-to-earth and not to mention the center is beautiful, bright, clean and welcoming. I truly believe I found a gem when I stepped through the doors at Beach Animal Rehabilitation Center.
Lyndsey M.
Willow
The most wonderful PT clinic/Rehab center ever!! I cannot say enough about this place - Dr. Kramer is the most compassionate, knowledgeable, loving, caring, intelligent, interactive and wise professional I've ever met!! She is the BEST PT EVER, and has been the catalyst for the many countless miracle recoveries that I've had the pleasure of witnessing first hand at this most amazing clinic! ALL of the PT Assistants, Veterinarians, Aides, and support Staff that work here are true hero's in my eyes, and in my dog, Willow's eyes as well! Willow went to BARC not being able to walk, struggling to even stand up, struggling to breathe, and not having control of her bladder. In the 2+ months that she has been receiving PT and acupuncture treatments there weekly, she has improved leaps and bounds and can now walk for over a block, is completely continent, and is breathing normally, sleeping normally, and is the happiest I've ever seen her! She is continuing to get stronger and build her endurance and we can't thank the angels at BARC enough for enhancing Willow's life, and in turn, brightening up our lives as well!
Tina L.
Gaucho
From start to finish my pups (and I) have had top notch experiences at Beach Animal Rehabilitation Center. Selecting BARC for my golden retriever's maintenance care was the best decision I ever could have made! Our girl suffers from hip dysplasia and our boy has neck and shoulder issues. They are thriving and have mobility I never would imagined. The amazing staff and trained professionals at BARC have given my goldens an improved quality of life and I am so very grateful to all at BARC. The facility is thoughtfully designed and spotless. And the grooming center makes BARC a 'one stop' shop; so convenient! The staff have been absolutely amazing with their kind words and assistance at each visit. If you want professional, compassionate, experienced and competent care for your furry friends- Beach Animal Rehabilitation Center is your place!!!
Sue M.
Opie
“I rescue senior dogs. Even in the best of health, the bigger ones need help as they get older. I found Dr. Voulgaris by a fluke. I was getting ready to go to another rehab center in Los Angeles when someone told me about Dr. Voulgaris. I canceled my other appointment and took my 13 year old boy who was struggling with hind-end issues to see Dr. V. Opie is a very anxious dog. He’s not easy to work with yet Dr. Voulgaris was able to figure him out. Her evaluation techniques are remarkable. She knew what was going on before I told her. She is patient and compassionate. Her varied therapies are a direct result of her outside-the-box thinking. Mostly she doesn’t panic when I think we’ve hit a roadblock and she doesn’t give up. If one thing doesn’t work, she’ll try something else. I don’t think Opie would still be walking if not for Dr. Voulgaris.”
Susan H.

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