Sergio Ochoa has been a part of the Robinson veterinarian team for six years. Sergio went to Carrington College to get his Veterinarian Assistant Certificate, yet his passion and commitment for providing medical care to animals runs deep; he is furthering his education at Pima Community College to get the pre-requisites needed to go to vet school. Sergio assists Dr. Robinson in the clinic and off-site. Having grown up on a cattle ranch in Sonora, Mexico, Sergio is very comfortable with large animals which provides him the confidence needed to treat horses, cattle, and other large animals.
Dr. Joe has been a loyal assistant for many years. He accompanies Dr. Robinson on all his calls. He assists through observation. Dr. Joe is a reliable team member.
Burnie was brought to Dr. Robinson after he was caught in a barn fire. Burnie was severely burned and Dr. Robinson spent his own time and money treating Burnie so he could live. Burnie now lives at Dr. Robinson’s home where he greets all visitors and welcomes the attention.