Dr. Maritxu Ravenscroft
Dr. Ravenscroft moved to the US from France nearly 20 years ago. Graduating from Western University of Health Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014, she has since worked in shelter medicine and general private practice. Dr. Ravenscroft enjoys working on multiple species including reptiles, small pocket pets, small ruminants, as well as dogs and cats. Veterinary Angels Medical Center is a full-service state-of-the art veterinary hospital in Agoura Hills. Whether your companion is furry, feathered, or covered in scales, his or her health is as important to us as it is to you!
Dr. Lisa Done, MPVM
Dr. Lisa Done has enjoyed science, medicine, and problem-solving for as long as she can remember. As a veterinarian, she’s able to use her skills every day to better the lives of pets and animal owners!
Dr. Done grew up in Orange, California. After moving to Maryland, she was accepted into the fifth class at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. Dr. Done has worked in private practice, research, laboratory animal medicine, zoological medicine, and equine anesthesia and large-animal intensive care at two veterinary medical teaching hospitals. As a Technician at the San Antonio zoo—when zoo medicine was in its infancy—she even helped to treat an immobilized Nile hippopotamus, which sparked a life-long quest to obtain further knowledge regarding unusual animal species and their unique health concerns. Dr. Done has also recently become board-eligible for the American College of Zoological Medicine.
Dr. Done joined the Veterinary Angels Medical Center family in July of 2015, and has a special passion for treating exotic creatures thanks to her varied animal-care background. The more challenging the case, says Dr. Done, the better.
Dr. Done and her husband, who works as a small-animal veterinarian himself, live with three pets: Nala, a Siamese cat; Raffles, a Senegal parrot; and a rescued Chihuahua named Bug. In her time away from work, Dr. Done enjoys traveling, photography, and videography.
Dr. Sarah Young
Dr. Sarah Young was born in Sweden to British parents and was fortunate to experience life in several countries before settling in California as a teen. She received a BS in Biology in 1991 at UC Davis, and went on to complete the rigorous UC Davis veterinary school curriculum, receiving her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1995.
Dr. Young completed a veterinary internship in Ventura County before entering private practice and practiced mixed and small animal medicine for 10 years. General practice showed her the tremendous value and benefit of ultrasound in medical diagnosis and treatment, and she began intensive training in ultrasound techniques and interpretation.
Dr. Young subsequently purchased Echo Service for Pets, a mobile ultrasound service for companion and exotic animals, and has been providing veterinary ultrasound services for over a decade.She greatly enjoys helping animals and their owners with accurate and timely ultrasound care to assist in medical diagnosis and treatment. In her free time, Dr. Young delights in hiking with her dog, camping, scuba diving, horseback riding and travel.
Dr. Bruce Barrett
Veterinarian - Surgery
Dr. Bruce Barrett graduated from the University of Prince Edward Island in 1993. He has a special interest in orthopedics and reconstructive soft-tissue surgery. From Tibia Plateau Leveling Osteotomy and Medical Patellar Luxation correction to traumatic fractures and skin grafts, he performs them all. Dr. Barrett has been licensed and certified to do TPLO since 2002 and has successfully performed more than 2,000 TPLOs. He is also certified to do the Total Knee Replacement (TKR) Biometrix taught at The Ohio State University. In addition, he is also trained and licensed to do PennHIP evaluations. Dr. Barrett has completed a surgical internship and started a residency but did not complete it for personal reason. Although not ACVS board certified, he regularly attends the surgical symposium annually to stay current and informed in his career . His special interests include breeding and showing English Cocker Spaniels and going to the movies, as well as swimming, dancing, and traveling. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Southern California Veterinary Medical Association. Favorite shop: Starbucks.