Meet The Team
We’re a team of individuals that have dedicated their lives to providing compassionate pet care.
Lindsey Wendt, DVM
Dr. Lindsey Wendt was born and raised in Southern California. She received her bachelor’s degree in Animal and Avian Sciences from the University of California, Davis. She then continued to receive her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of California, Davis as well. After graduating, she completed an intensive small animal rotating internship at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital. Dr. Wendt now practices veterinary medicine at Veterinary Care Center in Hollywood. Having worked in the veterinary field from the age of sixteen, Dr. Wendt understands that making the decision to euthanize a pet is always undertaken with a heavy heart and love that extends past the immediate wants and needs of the owner. It is a balance of an owner’s grief and sadness in combination with the deep love of their family member and wanting what is best for them. Allowing your loved one to end their journey in the comfort of their own home surrounded by the people they spend their life with, is the best gift that we can provide for those that have stood by our side through life’s challenges. Dr. Wendt’s compassion and empathy help to ease the transition both for your beloved pet and yourself.
Lauren De Silva, VMD
Dr. Lauren De Silva is a native of Southern California. She attended the University of Pennsylvania for eight years, earning a Bachelors in Biochemistry with Honors, a Masters in Chemistry, and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. After an internship at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital, Dr. De Silva established herself a compassionate and well-respected veterinarian. As a lifelong animal lover, Dr. De Silva is sensitive to the needs of owners and their pets and wants to provide a comfortable and supportive environment to say goodbye.
Angela Randall, DVM
Dr. Angela Randall was born and raised in Southern California. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Biology and Management from the University of California, Davis. She later earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Purdue University. She completed a general practice rotating internship after graduating from veterinary school. Currently, Dr. Randall practices at Family Pet Clinic of Redondo Beach. She empathizes with the anxiety, stress, and fear of making this difficult decision. She believes there is no greater gift than a peaceful goodbye, especially at home surrounded by love. The passing of a beloved family member is devastating, but she promises to treat them with as much care and compassion as she would her own.
Michelle Dulake, DVM
Dr. Michelle Dulake was born and raised in Southern California. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from the University of California, Davis and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California. Following veterinary school, she completed an intensive Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Internship at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital. Dr. Michelle Dulake continues to work in both emergency and general practice in the Los Angeles area. Being raised with pets all her life, Michelle has a deep love and understanding for our companion animals. Michelle also understands how difficult this decision may be and how hard it is to say goodbye. Michelle will be there for you every step of the way showing compassion, support, and empathy. Michelle will make sure you and your pet have a lasting memory of peace and comfort together in your own home.
Jen Hall, DVM, DACVECC
Dr. Jen Hall received her DVM from the University of California-Davis and completed a rotating internship at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital and an emergency & critical care internship at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Jen re-joined VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital after completing her residency at the University of Minnesota. A California native, Dr. Jen is board certified in veterinary emergency and critical care and currently practicing at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital. Dr. Jen understands the dynamic relationship between humans and their animal companions, and the impact this unbreakable bond has for both. She strongly believes that when the time comes to say goodbye and if the particular situation of your pet allows it, a peaceful passing at home is, in fact, the most compassionate and honorable act of love and kindness.