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91 E Grand Blvd
Corona , CA 92879

P: 951-493-6771
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Animal Medical Center Of Corona

Animal Medical Center of Corona provides veterinary services to animals in the Corona, California area. The hospital is staffed with two full-time veterinarians and fourteen employee support staff. The hospital has a special interest in working with birds (including poultry!) and exotic pets.

Barton Huber, DVM

Dr. Bart received his Bachelor’s degree in 1981 and his Veterinary Doctorate in 1987 from University of California at Davis. He has worked in the veterinarian field for over 40 years, since his teens. He opened his own practice (AMC) on September 28, 2005. He grew up on a lake in Florida then n the hills of Thousand Oaks, CA where he fell in love with nature and especially reptiles. He is the proud father of Christopher and Raquel as well as owning his own small zoo full of various animals ranging from dogs and cats to tortoises, snakes, lizards, a DYH Amazon and a Blue and Gold Macaw. He and his lovely wife, April, have been serving the Corona community for over 30 years. Hobbies include off roading, visiting places with lots of wildlife, going to zoos and animal parks and playing with his reptiles.

Marianne C. Dominguez, DVM

Dr. Marianne C. Dominguez received her Bachelor of Science degree in Evolution, Ecology and Biodiversity from the University of California at Davis, and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Western University of Health Sciences at Pomona, CA. Although she has lived in the USA, Philippines, South Africa, and Australia, she calls California home. Prior to vet school, she worked in wildlife rehabilitation hospitals in California for 8 years as a technician trained in field rescue, medical treatment, and release of wildlife. A bird nerd at heart, she feels lucky to have worked with the amazing variety of psittacines, passerines, raptors, and seabirds. She has also participated in several veterinary volunteer trips for wild and domestic animals around the world for over 10 years. In 2019, she was captured and adopted by AMC, where she now loves helping the diversity of animal species and people she gets to meet in Corona. In her spare time, Dr. Dominguez can be found enjoying the great outdoors, dancing, creating art, or teaching her two handsome tuxedo cats Figaro Magnifico and (the meowstachioed) Geppetto Galileo Scaramouche more silly cat tricks.