Meet Our Team
Dr. Caroline Goulard, DVM
- CCRT: Certified in Canine Rehabilitation Therapy (2010)
- CVA: Certified in Veterinary Acupuncture (2006)
- CVPP: Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner (2012)
Dr. Goulard received her veterinary degree in 1988 from Montreal University in Canada, moving to California in 2000. She has over 25 years of experience including general small animal practice as well as emergency and critical care expertise. While Dr. Goulard has been an athlete throughout her life, she has also suffered from both minor and severe sports injuries. She has personally witnessed the healing power of physical therapy, acupuncture, osteopathy, chiropractic, and massage therapy. This served as her inspiration to bring the same therapies to pets.
Following this path, Dr. Goulard became certified in Veterinary Acupuncture (CVA). She built on this foundation by attending advanced courses in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM). She then completed certification in Canine Rehabilitation Therapy (CCRT) and as a Veterinary Pain Practitioner (CVPP). When Dr. Goulard is not serving animals through her work, she is taking care of her own pets. She also enjoys cooking for her loved ones, both humans and animals. You might also spot her on a mountain bike, out for a leisure ride or a grueling race.
Dr. Stefanie Schwartz, DVM, MSc, Dip. ACVB
Veterinarian and board-certified specialist by the American College of Veterinary Behavior (ACVB), Dr. Stefanie Schwartz’s mission is to help misbehaving pets and their pet parents live happily ever after.
Veterinary behavior medicine is the parallel to human psychiatry. Many behavior problems have underlying medical conditions, but can also be psychosocial in origin. Misbehavior is the leading reason that otherwise healthy pets are euthanized, relinquished and abandoned everyday; the majority of their misbehavior is treatable.
Prior to relocating to California, Dr. Schwartz was on staff at Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston and clinical faculty at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. She is adjunct faculty at the University of Virginia-Maryland’s School of Veterinary Medicine. She is the award-winning author of ten books, several book chapters, and many scientific journal articles.
Dr Schwartz’ practice uses Paws On the Go’s facility.
Ms. Jana Erven
Jana recieved her Bachelors of Science in Animal Science from Iowa State University with an emphasis in pre-veterinary medicine in 2012. After graduation, she returned to California and received her certification as a California registered veterinary technician. She has 2 cats and 2 famous Siberian Huskies, Alice and Fenrir, known for their operation of Orange County's first doggie food truck. In her free time, Jana enjoys playing with her newborn son, reading, and walking with her huskies.
Alba joined PAWS on the GO as a veterinary assistant in May 2014. She is a graduate of California Polytechnic University in Pomona, majored in Animal Health Science, and looks forward to receiving her license as a Registered Veterinary Technologist (RVTg) this year. Alba lives at home with her two dogs, six birds and 2 guinea pigs. When she is not working, Alba enjoys horseback riding and going to the movies with her fiance. Here she is with her 13-year old German Shepherd Chow Chow mix named Nada.
Ms. Tracey de Martini
Tracey is currently in school at Mt. San Antonio College pursing a degree as a Veterinarian Technician. Once she receives her degree, she plans to take the state and national exams to obtain her license and become a Registered Veterinarian Technician (RVT). Tracey is a sucker for scruffy terriers and currently has three terrier mixes. She enjoys exercising her dogs with long walks and hiking, and wants to integrate her love of keeping pets active in her career choice. Upon graduation, she intends to continue her education and become certified as a Canine Rehabilitation Veterinary Nurse (CCRVN). Tracey is an active volunteer with a local terrier rescue group, enjoys photography as a hobby and loves being outdoors as much as possible.
Ms. Brooke Weinstein
Brooke Weistein is a 4th year pre-vet student at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Outside of academics she also plays lacrosse at Cal Poly and enjoys photography. Her home has some of the weirdest looking animals, Wiblet the pug/terrier mutt and Clara the hairless guinea pig.
Ms. Hannah Daddah
Hannah grew up in Orange County and is going into her last year at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo with an Animal Science major and Biological Science minor. She is applying to vet schools this fall with the hope of becoming a veterinarian as her future career. She has volunteered at animal shelters, worked at small animal clinics, and interned are Aquarium of the Pacific. In her free time she likes to bake, go to concerts and sporting events, and of course play with her dogs!