Dr. Purewal was born and raised on a farm in the central valley and graduated from the University of California at Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1988. He interned for a year and subsequently stayed on at a specialty group with Internists, Oncologists, Dermatologists, Surgeons, Ophthalmologists and Cardiologists.
He and his wife Rae started Laguna Creek Veterinary Hospital in 1992, and after working 70-80 hours a week for 10 years, he now devotes most of his free time to his 3 young children. Aside from the long hours he puts in at the Hospital, he also cares for a myriad of family pets which include a 120 pound African Sulcata Tortoise, chickens, cats, ducks, geese, goats, rabbits, horses and many more.
Dr. Purewal is a member of the California Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association and enjoys hiking, camping, fishing and bicycling.
Came in for basically a 3rd opinion. We saw Dr Layton, she was wonderful. I know it was hard for her to have to tell us the not so good news about our beloved pet. But she was the only one who I felt was honest and upfront. DIdn't try to …
Gerrie, we are so sorry for the news we had to share with you. Your review is greatly appreciated, and we are honored to be entrusted with the care and treatment of your precious fur babies. Thank you for thinking of us, and we are always here for you.