Citrus Vet Clinic

1022 Douglass Dr
Pomona, CA 91768


Our Staff


Kassandra holding a Schnauzer


Kassandra is Dr. Angela's lead technician.  She always has a smile and a helping hand.  When not caring for your pets she can be found enjoying life with her sweet dogs at home. 


Christina holding a pig

Christina, RVT

Christina has worked in veterinary medicine for most of her adult life. She has over 15 years of emergency and critical care experience and has taught Veterinary Technology for 3. When she is not working in the hospital, she spends her time with her family and two dogs Jameson and Star. She is a key component to the Citrus’ surgical team.




Evangeline is the veterinary assistant to both Drs. Angela and James White and has a deep love for all animals.  While busy with her schedule here at Citrus, she hopes to further her education in the veterinary field.  In her spare time she cares for her “mini zoo” at home which consists of chickens, cats, birds and dogs.


Erin posing outside


Since her internship at the San Diego Zoo, Erin has known one of her goals in life is to become a large animal veterinarian.  With a BS in biology, Erin continues to grow her animal experience here at Citrus. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, playing volleyball, and crocheting.  


Sam with a dog


Sam has been an integral part of the receptionist team here at Citrus Veterinary Clinic for 4 years.  Her outgoing and bubbly personality are just a few of the things that help her work daily with our clients.  Ever since she was little, Sam knew that she wanted to be a part of the veterinary field.  During her off time, she likes to spend time with her family and her special needs pup Tucker Ray. 


Angel, RVT

Angel, RVT

Angel has always had a passion for animals, thus choosing a career in the veterinary field.  Angel’s experience and versatility in both dentistry and surgery makes her a valuable member of our team here at Citrus.  In her free time she loves to bake, cook and play Pickleball.  Her adopted dog Capone (pictured), who underwent an amputation of his left front leg a year ago, is the best dog that she has ever had.


Lauren with brown and white dog


Lauren decided to join the Citrus Vet team as one of our technicians after being a client for many years.  While currently in her second year of the veterinary technician program at Mount San Antonio College, Lauren is the lead technician for Dr James White and his team.  Lauren enjoys educating clients on preventative treatments as well as snuggling up with her rescue dog, Milo.




Andi started her veterinary career over 20 years ago in New York, at a fish doctor to boot!  For the last 3 years she has worked in emergency and critical care and is a valued new addition to the receptionist team at Citrus.  Andi enjoys resting on her days off and meeting new people.


Dulce with a brown dog outside


Dulce’s earliest memories are that of running through a herd of cows at her Grandfather’s farm and feeding them.  Her love of animals grew with her first pet, a small rabbit that her Dad saved from a construction site.  She now has 4 dogs that keep her busy and she adores.  Dulce is a part of Dr White’s team where she works closely with clients and their furry family members to help keep our patients healthy. 


Stephanie looking at a white and brown dog

Stephanie, RVT

With over 20 years of experience in veterinary medicine, Stephanie has a special place in her heart for animals. Starting out as a volunteer here at Citrus, she has since followed her passion and has become a licensed RVT and a great asset to the hospital.  Along with pet sitting and cross stitch, Stephanie loves spending time with her family.  Her knowledge of the hospital’s day to day and her compassion for her job makes her a key component to Dr. White’s team.


Anna, RVT with a dog



The newest team member to our practice is Anna who has been practicing veterinary medicine for 4 and a half years.  Working to obtain her RVT, Anna loves working with animals large and small.  Whenever she is not here at the clinic she spends time with her family, both furry and human.


Kaity with a dog



Kaity has been in veterinary reception for just over two years and loves every minute.  In her free time, she enjoys coaching drama at a local school district.  She loves reading and giving our patients extra ear scratches.