Dr. Courtney Davis is a native San Diegan, who knew that she wanted to be a Veterinarian at a young age. Her love of animals and strong desire to care for them, led her to Cal Poly Pomona where she completed her undergraduate studies in animal science. After graduating from UC Davis Veterinary school, she practiced veterinary medicine in the San Diego North County area for over 10 years. In 2017, Dr. Davis’ passion for providing exceptional veterinary care, in the most compassionate manner possible, led to the creation of Temecula Creek Veterinary’s Small Animal Mobile practice. As head of the Temecula Creek Small Animal team, Dr. Davis ensure that our standards for excellence are maintained throughout each of our client interactions.
Dr. Davis resides in Escondido with her husband Bill and their two sons, Tyler and Ethan. In her free time, she enjoys running with her dogs, swimming, camping and spending time with her family. Her furry family members include Breesy, a Goldendoodle, and Elle T., a lab border collie mix. She has 2 cats, Antonio G. and Gwynn.
Dr. Vanessa Teresi Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Vanessa Teresi was born in Chicago, Illinois, and spent considerable amount of her youth split between Chicago and Argentina. This is a result of her parents being of Spanish and Argentinian descent, before moving permanently to Chicago. In addition to allowing a multicultural upbringing, living in Argentina has provided Dr. Teresi the ability to speak Spanish fluently. For her education, she attended college at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, and then returned to the University of Illinois in Urbana to receive her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. She has been in practice since 2004 and is internship trained. She has been a veterinarian in the south Riverside county for 15 years. Dr. Teresi enjoys treating dogs and cats with all conditions, but her special interests include: chronic skin and ear diseases, weight management, and striving for overall health and well-being. In addition, Dr. Teresi has a professional and personal interest in nutrition and how it pertains to medical health management and prevention of many conditions. She also has a special interest in Diet formulation and feeding fresh biologically appropriate diets to maintain good health and prevent disease when possible. She also has an interest in Holistic medicine including traditional Chinese Herbal medicine used in conjunction with western medicine when possible. Dr. Teresi is married to a wonderful husband named Gavin. In addition, they have three dogs including a Shikoku named Kitsune, a Jindo Mix named Keopi, and an Aussie mix named Murphy, one cat named Cisco, and a horse named Rev. Dr. Teresi's personal interests include: horseback riding, organic gardening, reading, cooking and traveling with her husband.