Dr. Jeffrey Moss graduated from UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 2005 after completing his undergraduate studies in Animal Science from Cal Poly Pomona. It was when he received his additional training in equine dentistry and joint injection techniques, that he found a passion for performance horse medicine. Over the last decade, Dr. Moss' expertise in lameness exams and joint injections has made him highly sought after in Southern California, by professional riders and horse trainers alike. As the founder and owner of Temecula Creek Veterinary, Dr. Moss shares his knowledge and experience whenever possible with staff members and clients. He also enjoys giving back to the community by participating in many guest lectures at 4-H and FFA clubs, equestrian riding clubs, and local schools. Dr. Moss is a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners and the American Veterinary Medical Association. "I always wanted to be a veterinarian". His love of animals was evident from an early age as he worked alongside his father, an FFA advisor at San Pasqual High School in Escondido. He continues to dedicate his life to animals. He believes that through volunteerism and education, people will learn better animal husbandry practices and in turn improve the lives of their animals. Dr. Moss resides in Temecula with his wife Stephanie and their three children, Emily, Steven and Laci. In his free time he loves to go fishing with his son, waterskiing, and watching his kids play sports and many other outdoor/water activities.
Dr. Celeste Martin Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Celeste Martin (also known as Spini), graduated from Ross University of Veterinary Medicine, followed by her clinical year at Auburn University School of Veterinary Medicine. Originally from Fairfield (Northern California), Dr. Martin spent the majority of her summers on her family's dairy farms, where she worked with the local veterinarian. While in veterinary school, she found her true passion lies in equine reproduction. During her time at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, KY, Dr. Martin honed her skills in equine reproduction and foal care. She has become our in house Reproduction-expert, while having a soft spot for working with goats and all things Bovine. Dr. Martin loves the challenge of working with many species on a daily basis, from routine wellness exams, to emergency field surgeries. Dr. Martin lives in Temecula with her husband, Jameson, their son, Easton, daughter Eva and their Chocolate Lab, Dixie, and Golden Retriever, Bear. In their spare time, they enjoy spending time with family, going to country concerts and being outdoors.