Dr. Kelle Kearney:
Dr. Kearney grew up in the San Geronimo Valley enjoying a menagerie of pets including: horses, dogs, cats, chickens, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, mice, parakeets, goats, snakes, lizards, an iguana and a tortoise. A career in veterinary medicine was a natural path to take! Dr. Kearney attended the Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science and a Doctorate degree in Veterinary Medicine in 1997. She practiced general medicine and surgery for seven years in a mixed animal hospital in Glenwood Springs Colorado before returning to Marin in 2004. Since then Dr. Kearney has provided veterinary care in San Anselmo and Stinson Beach.
As of March 2015 she is the proud new owner of the San Geronimo Valley Veterinary Clinic, coming full circle back to the area where her love of animals began.
Over the years Dr. Kearney has developed specialized skills and areas of interest that include senior pet care, acupuncture, dentistry, and pain management. She is certified in Veterinary Medical Acupuncture having completed Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) acupuncture courses in Cuba in 2000, as well as scientific acupuncture training at Colorado State University in 2006.
Dr. Kearney’s knowledge, experience, and postgraduate education allow her to provide an exceptional level of care for a wide variety of conditions. Dr. Kearney’s love and compassion for animals is evident in her style of practice as she holds her patients' care and ongoing quality of life as a primary focus.
Dr. Robert Baker:
The original owner of the San Geronimo Clinic has been caring for your pets since 1983, and Dr. Baker continues to serve the community and care for your wonderful pets on Mondays here at the Clinic.
Dr. Robert Baker grew up in the Central Valley town of Turlock, California. His family had a dairy farm and his father was a large animal veterinarian. Dr. Baker is a 1972 graduate of UC Berkeley in Psychology and of the UC Davis Veterinary School in 1981. Two of his brothers are also veterinarians. He and his wife Cathy have two sons, Nick and Will. His hobbies include masters swimming, skin and scuba diving, beer brewing, crossword puzzles, and gardening.