Dr. Dana Frank grew up in Los Angeles, California but always wished she was in the country. Always knowing she wanted to be a veterinarian, Dr. Frank started walking dogs as a kid and then got her first veterinary assistant job at age 14. She attended U.C. Davis and received a Bachelors of Science in international agriculture development. In 1996, she graduated as a doctor of veterinary medicine from Colorado State University. Dr. Frank believes in the benefits of preventative care such as regular examinations, vaccinations, dental care, exercise and obesity prevention. She is proud to be practicing high quality veterinary medicine, keeping up with the highest standards of care, and she enjoys all aspects of internal medicine and surgery. Dr. Frank enjoys spending time with her husband and three sons, hiking, gardening, weight training, and reading. She is a Diamondbacks fan and enjoys going to the ball park.
Dr. Rogers was born in Bisbee, Arizona. While in eighth grade, the death of her cat influenced her decision to become a veterinarian. She attended Northern Arizona University and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Zoology. After NAU she attended Colorado State University graduating as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She has a love for working on eyes and the surrounding tissue. Her favorite activities are photography, attending the high school football games and creating videos at work. She also enjoys reading and creating stained glass. The two stained glass windows located in the hospital waiting area are a few of her masterpieces. “I’ve really enjoyed working here. Sometimes famous pets come in too. I’ve seen ‘Harry Potter’ and ‘Elvis.’ I even had the honor of neutering ‘George W. Bush!’”
Dr. Hunsberger grew up in the mid-Atlantic United States where she went to undergrad in Pennsylvania, followed by graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. She practiced small animal medicine and surgery in southeastern Pennsylvania after graduation and moved to the Verde Valley in 2006. Her interests are in general small animal medicine and surgery, basic nutrition, puppy training, and dentistry. In 2014 she received her CCRP (Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner) certification for physical rehabilitation from the University of Tennessee. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her husband and their 3 dogs, 3 cats and 1 horse.
Dr. Hoult is an Arizona native and feels very fortunate to have grown up in beautiful Prescott, AZ with a menagerie of dogs, cats, horses and exotic pets. Her interest in veterinary medicine developed at a young age, inspired by the desire to help animals in need and a passion for science. She studied animal science at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, where she graduated with a 4.0 GPA before receiving her doctorate of veterinary medicine with honors from the University of California, Davis in 2016. While in school, she spent her spare time working as a veterinary technician, volunteering at animal shelters and caring for the pets of the homeless. Dr. Hoult has tremendous admiration and respect for the human animal bond and her goal is to work closely with pet owners to provide the highest level of personalized care to each and every pet. Some of her special interests include emergency medicine, cancer treatment, surgery and dentistry. After many years in CA, Julianne and her husband Kelsey could not be happier to be back home in the tri-cities. When they aren’t busy working, they enjoy spending time with family and friends, hiking, mountain biking and exploring the great outdoors.
Since entering veterinary medicine, Dr. Munis has been involved in rural large animal practice and small animal general and emergency practice. Her special interests include oncology, critical care, surgery, and backyard farm animals. She has a passion for education, and, in addition to her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Colorado State University, she holds a Master of Science Degree in Biomedical Sciences and a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science.
She shares her passion with the public as well; she has delivered lectures at local events, written articles for pet health newsletters, and created educational literature for pet owners.
When she’s not treating animals, she enjoys mountain biking, crossfit, cooking, gardening, and spending time with her husband and twin sons.
Abigail SullivanDVM, CCRT
Veterinary medicine has always played a major role in Dr. Abby’s life; she grew up in a small town in west Texas, where she began volunteering at the local vet clinic when she was only 11 years old. There, she fell in love with the profession dedicated to helping animals. After college, she was drawn to beautiful Colorado to obtain her veterinary degree through Colorado State University. She also became certified in canine rehabilitation through the Canine Rehabilitation Institute. After graduating from vet school, she worked for a year doing only canine rehabilitation before moving into a small animal general practice. When not at work, she enjoys gardening, reading, and exploring the great outdoors with her dogs and husband, who is a professor at Embry Riddle.