Meet the Veterinary Team of Redwood Veterinary Hospital

Our Veterinarians

John Huebner, DVM

John Huebner

Dr. Huebner graduated from the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of California, Davis in 1985. He began practicing at Redwood Veterinary Hospital in 1987. His enthusiasm for veterinary medical practice seems to grow with each new year. His area of special interest is diagnostic ultrasound and its applications in cardiology and internal medicine. Dr. Huebner’s interests outside the practice are long distance running and spending time with his family and pets.

Genever Fox, DVM

Genever Fox

Dr. Fox graduated from the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of California, Davis in 1985. She joined Redwood Veterinary Hospital in 1987. Dr. Fox enjoys all aspects of general veterinary practice and in particular enjoys seeing our small mammal and avian patients, dermatology cases, and soft tissue surgery. Outside of the practice, Dr. Fox participates in endurance activities such as distance running and bicycle touring. She and her husband currently share their household with one dog, Maggie, and two cats, Sid and Riley.

Erin Wright, VMD

Erin Wright

Although a California native, Dr. Wright graduated from the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Fresh out of school, she joined the Redwood team in 2004. Dr. Wright enjoys all aspects of canine and feline medicine and has a special interest in veterinary dentistry. She also enjoys fostering the unique bond that exists between people and their pets. She has little time left for hobbies after chasing after her two young children, but when she does, she enjoys cooking, traveling, and bird watching with her husband.

Brian Veltri, DVM

Brian Veltri

Dr. Veltri grew up on Long Island, New York and is a 2007 graduate of the School of Veterinary Medicine at U.C. Davis. Having worked in an animal hospital since he was in high school, Dr. Veltri knew that a career as a veterinarian was his dream. After graduating from college in 1999, he moved to California and completed a Master’s degree in animal nutrition.  Dr. Veltri has an interest in all aspects of canine and feline medicine, but has a special interest in nutrition. When not working, Dr. Veltri enjoys camping, travelling with his family and coaching his two young sons in baseball and soccer.

Elizabeth (Lisa) Hu, DVM

Elizabeth (Lisa) Hu


Dr. Hu graduated from the University of California Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine, and soon after joined Redwood Veterinary Hospital’s team. Dr. Hu enjoys serving owners and their pets as a general practitioner with special interest in dermatology. When not at Redwood, Dr. Hu spends her time with her husband, two daughters, Alfalfa (her canine family member), and Tomato (her feline family member). Her hobbies include music, swimming, and cooking.

Jennifer Lally, DVM

Jennifer Lally

Dr. Lally grew up in Southern California, but has been happily living in the Bay Area for over 20 years. She is a 2005 graduate of the U.C. Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and has practiced in Pennsylvania, Benicia, and Walnut Creek. She has special interests and skills in feline medicine, having spent most of her career in feline-exclusive practices. That said, she is thrilled to be expanding her practice to include canine patients as well! She spends most of her spare time chasing around her two young children as well as her dog and three cats, but tries to find time to enjoy hiking, movies, and trying new restaurants. In addition to her interest in cats, she hopes to learn more about veterinary acupuncture in the future.

Margaret Schwab, DVM

Margaret Schwab

Dr. Schwab grew up in Southern California. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior from UC Davis and continued on to graduate from the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating, she worked as a small animal practitioner in Georgia before relocating back to Northern California with her husband. Dr. Schwab was thrilled to be welcomed into the Redwood Veterinary community. She loves the variety found in general practice, but has special interests in feline friendly medicine and endocrinology. In her spare time, Dr. Schwab enjoys exploring the Bay Area with her husband, playing with her dog (Oso)-pictured, and cat (Penny), crocheting and cooking.

“For me a house or an apartment becomes a home when you add one set of four legs, a happy tail, and that indescribable measure of love that we call a dog.” — Roger Caras, President Emeritus, ASPCA