Dr. Avra Tracht is the owner of All Tails Wagging Veterinary Clinic and seeks to provide the highest standard of quality and compassion in veterinary care for our patients, and welcoming, informative, and supportive service for our clients. Dr. Tracht creates a Program of Care, customized to each patient and client’s individual needs.
Dr. Avra Tracht has been practicing medicine since 1979, when she graduated from the University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. After working as a Veterinarian in Sonoma County for several years, Dr. Tracht purchased a practice in Bennett Valley, Santa Rosa, now called All Tails Wagging Veterinary Clinic.
With an undergraduate degree in Psychobiology, Dr Tracht has special insight into animal behavior on a physiological basis. This understanding contributes to her strong abilities to educate and coach clients about specific behavior issues and how to best deal with them.
Dr. Tracht is very passionate about geriatric care. She feels there is a lot we can do to improve the quality of life for older animals, and she derives great personal satisfaction by helping animals feel better and ultimately live longer.
Continuing education in areas such as vaccination protocols, cardiology, radiology, and geriatric care keeps Dr. Tracht and her team up to date with the latest research and techniques in veterinary care.
Dr. Tracht has a wonderful dog named Lulu, who spends a lot of time greeting clients here at All Tails Wagging. She also has three gorgeous horses: Halona, Wellington, and Artie. Dr. Tracht enjoys riding her horses for pleasure as well as competing in dressage events.
Registered Veterinary Tech
A Northern California native, Angela has over 11 years of experience in veterinary nursing, shelter and general medicine. Angela enjoys attending continuing education seminars to stay current on the latest advances in veterinary medicine and providing leadership and training to the rest of the All Tails Wagging staff. Currently Angela is working towards a Veterinary Technician Specialty license in Clinical Practice. When she needs a little down time, she enjoys reading Manga (Japanese comic/visual novels), playing video games, cooking, or snuggling up with Rupert, her 6 1/2 year old Pitbull rescue.
Ashley has lived in Conoma County since 2007 and joined the All Tails Wagging family in September of 2017 as a receptionist. In her spare time, she enjoys spending her time with her cat, Kai, horseback riding, and working on cars. The love she has for animals started when she was a little girl, and she started volunteering at various stables and ranches.
Cynthia was born and raised in California and has lived in Sonoma County since 1996. With more than 20 years of customer service experience, she joined the All Tails Wagging family in 2011. Her furry family includes a golden retriever named Charlie , a malti-poo named Rigby and 2 rabbits named Lucky and Nemo. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family.
Though she has worked with animals all her life, Briana concentrated mainly on research while pursuing her undergraduate education in New Orleans. She did not discover her love for clinical practice until she returned to her hometown of Napa and worked at the local Human Society for the Spay and Neuter Clinic. Briana has over 3 years experience as a veterinary assistant and is interested in going to school to become a veterinarian. In her spare time, she prefers to read on a couch with her Ball Python named Noodle, or be outdoors hiking or backpacking.