Dr. Pamela Sanders, D.V.M.
Hi, I am Pamela Sanders, D.V.M. I have been the owner of Princeton Veterinary Clinic since 1987. I grew up in a suburb of Philadelphia, PA, and then moved west to go to college in Colorado. I graduated from Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine in January 1980. I moved to the South Bay after graduation and worked in practices in Los Gatos and San Jose. In 1985, I was President of the Santa Clara County Veterinary Medical Association. I bought Princeton Veterinary Clinic in July 1987. After over 30 years, I still love being a veterinarian. I enjoy sharing my love and respect of animals with their owners. I am especially interested in internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, and trying to solve behavioral problems. I also like working with service dogs (Canine Companions for Independence, Guide Dogs, Police Dogs) to try to enhance the special bond these dogs have with their owners. Currently, I have a hospital cat, Dini, and my at-home dogs – Pippi, Maxi, and cats, Dexter and Eli.
Sadly, on December 31, 2014, I had to put my beloved German Shepherd, Maxi, to sleep. It was a very painful decision but he had several neurological problems and it had gotten to the point where he could not out walk and he was having seizures that could not be controlled with medication. I will always love and miss him.
I decided to get to get another German Shepherd thru German Shepherd Rescue. I was looking for a young adult male…but ended up with a female puppy, who I named Cully. She is very sweet & cute – good thing, since she is a very active puppy & has done her share of destruction. Her speciality is chewing on things – like rugs, dog beds, door frames, & stucco. We have been thru 2 training classes already & will probably have to continue for a long time. My cats, Eli & Dexter, are not amused, but my other dog Pippi loves to play with her, but even she has to climb on the sofa or bed to escape her sometimes. My house feels like a puppy playpen!
Dr. Vivian Ku, D.V.M.
I received my degree in Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2004. Immediately upon graduation, I joined the staff at Walnut Creek’s Encina Veterinary Hospital for a 1-year internship. At Encina, I was able to work hand-in hand with various specialists, including internists, dermatologists, oncologists, and surgeons, gaining valuable experience I critical and urgent care.
After Encia, I began work at Princeton in October 2005, and have thoroughly enjoyed the family- like staff and client relationships. As a local resident in San Jose, I am honored to treat and care for the loved critters in our community.
I have a spunky Spaniel-cross whom we call Beans, named by my husband when he was going through a soy bean phase back in 2008. The other member of the family is our black-and-white purr monster, Poppy. Whoever said dogs and cats don’t get along sure hasn’t seen our household! =)
Most recently, we fostered a little Chihuahua cross we named “Spark”. She came to us with both her front legs broken. She got along with our family so well during her recovery that we adopted her into our family as well.
I look forward to meeting you at Princeton, and always trying my best to provide the most compassionate and thorough care for your 4-legged family members.
Big News – on December 30, 2014, Dr. Ku and her husband had a baby boy! His name is Finley Preston Huang & he is adorable! Dr. Ku came back to work at the beginning of March 2015 & his working 3 days a week.
Dr. Condreay has been practicing veterinary medicine for the past 23 years. She has been in the business for 30 years, starting out as a receptionist and technician, before attending veterinary school and becoming an accredited veterinarian.
Growing up in Orange County, Dr. Condreay spent her childhood primary outdoors. Nature, animals and science were always of great interest!
After graduating from CSU Long Beach with a BS Degree in marine Biology, she elected for grad school. She went to Moss Landing marine lab and worked towards a masters degree in Marine Biology.
Dr. Condreay’s hobbies include gardening and woodworking. She has two dogs that she loves dearly. Toby, a golden retriever, and Barney, a beagle. Barney was a rescue from a Hurricane Katrina which was airlifted to the Monterey Bay Area. Dr. Condreay is planning to stay at Princeton for a very long time!
Madeline Becker, Veterinarian Assistant/Office Manager
I was born and raised in San Jose, where I currently work and live. I graduated from San Jose State University with a BA in Biology. Animals have been a passion in my life since childhood.
Married and mother of three, I value family which includes all of my animal members too. Posie, my English Labrador-walking partner, and my four felines; Lex, Greggie, Billie and Tigger.
I have worked at Princeton Veterinary Clinic for over 20 years. My special interests include dog training, gardening, hiking, walking and attending dog and cat shows. Walking our dogs during our lunch hour is a special treat.y
Stefanie Taylor, Registered Veterinary Technician
I am a South Bay Native. I have been at Princeton for over 20 years. I graduated from Foothill College in 1994 with a degree in Veterinary Technology. I received my license in 1995. I am interested in puppy care, education, and emergency medicine.
When I am not helping at the Princeton I enjoy spending time with my husband and two children. We have a Corgi named Mater who enjoys playing soccer with the family. I also enjoy spending time with friends and wine tasting.
Tanya Tott, Veterinarian Assistant
I am a veterinarian assistant with over 20 year’s experience at Princeton Veterinary Clinic. I have 2 dogs Ginger and Chubs and 1 cat, Tater. I spend most of my time with my animals and two children. I love spending time at the beach and watching my favorite shows.
Brittany Tull, Kennel Assistant
Brittany has lived in the Bay Area her whole life, and started at working at Princeton in 2014. She enjoys working with animals and helping them to feel comfortable and safe when they visit! She and her husband have one son, Nala, their dog, and are excited to be welcoming a daughter! She is a big Disney fan and movie connoisseur!
Monica Balistreri – Receptionist
Please welcome back Monica. She worked here from the late 1980s until she graduated from college in 1992. She worked at the San Jose Mercury News in the advertising/marketing department for 20 years. She & her husband Tim have 3 sons. Working with animals in a veterinary hospital remained her true love, so when I needed a new receptionist, I called her. She is excited to,be back & we are delighted to be working with her again.
Why Choose Us?
- Open On Weekends
- Cutting Edge Technology
- All X-Rays Reviewed Every 2 Weeks By Veterinary Radiologist
- Puppy & Kitten Packages
- Over 30 Years of Experience
- Compassionate Staff
- Patient Boarding
- Close Relationships with Local Veterinary Specialists
- Echocardiogram And Ultrasounds Performed In Our Office By Local Veterinary Specialists
- Full range of prescription diets