Schedule a mobile veterinary visit in San Luis Obispo, CA.Central Coast Veterinary Services is the original mobile practice Dr. Dorian and Dr. Gutman built. Vetama is based on this practice.
Dr. Dorian and Dr. Gutman provide mobile veterinary care from Paso Robles, CA to Oceano, CA.
Dr. Raffy Dorian was born and raised in Fresno, CA. He studied animal science at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and obtained his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from U.C. Davis in 1996. He also went on to complete a Masters in Preventive Veterinary Medicine from U.C. Davis in 1999. His areas of interest include internal, preventive and emergency medicine. Since graduating from veterinary school, Dr. Dorian has been in private practice in San Luis Obispo, Santa Cruz and San Diego counties. During his time in San Diego County, Dr. Dorian established Mobile Veterinary Practice, an equine and small animal ambulatory/house call practice, and also established Market Street Veterinary Clinic, downtown San Diego's first small animal clinic. In addition, he was also a co-owner of WindandSea Veterinary Clinic, a small animal hospital in La Jolla. In 2016, Dr. Dorian returned to the San Luis Obispo area and opened Central Coast Veterinary Services, an equine and small animal practice that provides mobile services to the community.He is currently a consultant and certified representative for the American Humane Association Film and Television unit insuring the safety of animal actors on motion picture and television productions. He is also currently working with the California Veterinary Medical Board as an Veterinary Expert Witness and has participated as a Subject Matter Expert for the California Veterinary State Board Exam. He has also provided consulting services to the San Luis Obispo Sheriff's office and the San Luis Obispo County Animal Services Department. Emphasizing education and outreach, Dr. Dorian’s past activities have included advising the U.C. San Diego Pre-Veterinary Student Association and mentoring more than twenty students who have successfully gained admission to veterinary school. He has been a guest lecturer for the animal health department at San Diego Mesa College and at the University of San Diego health career forum. Providing important pet-related information to the community, Dr. Dorian has been a guest on San Diego Living XETV, Good Morning San Diego KUSI TV and The Show 105.3 FM radio. For two years he hosted his own radio show "A Place for the Animals" a half hour talk show discussing all things related to animals on Morro Bay's 97.3/107.9 The Rock. Currently, Dr. Dorian is a lecturer in the Animal Science Department at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in addition to providing veterinary care to the animals at Cal Poly. Additionally, Dr. Dorian has functioned as an official veterinarian at the Del Mar National Dressage show (2006), the Cuyamaca Ride and Tie (2003), the Lakeside Rodeo (2003) and the Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo rodeo (1998). He is a member of the following professional associations: American Veterinary Medical Association, American Association of Equine Practitioners, the California Veterinary Medical Association and Mid Coast Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Gutman earned his bachelor's degree in physiology and neuroscience at UC San Diego in 2010, prior to completion of a master's degree of biomedical sciences at Colorado State University in 2012. He spent most of his spare time volunteering and working at veterinary hospitals, wildlife rehabilitation centers, and rescue organizations prior to acceptance to the DVM program at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA. One of these hospitals was owned and run by Dr. Raffy Dorian. Dr. Gutman led the WesternU necropsy team at the Marine Mammal Care Center in San Pedro, played an active role in the Southern California Veterinary Medical Association, the student chapter of American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Gutman is an active member of the American, Canadian, California, and Southern California Veterinary Medical Associations as well as the American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition. His medical interests peak with neurology, surgery, and integrative/holistic medicine with a focus on preventative care. He is planning on volunteering with local humane societies and marine mammal rescue organizations. Dr. Gutman loves the local community for the plethora of outdoor activities that humans can share with their furry family members. When he is not at the clinic, he will either be spending time with his wife, one eared rescue dog Lyla, half-tailed cat Lulu, or out in the ocean with a big smile on his face.