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Dr. Richter graduated from Georgia University in 1979. He is originally from Florida and moved to California in 1980. He is now going on 30+ years at Sherman Oaks Veterinary Group.
His interest is in general surgery for cats and dogs, as well as orthopedics. Dr. Richter is the father of 5 children ranging in ages from 5 -19. His activities include hiking, camping, golfing, all sports, and rock n' roll.
Dr. Clipsham joined our practice in early 2006. He earned a B.S. with a major in chemistry and a minor in physics followed by an externship in pathology at Washington State University during his doctoral studies in veterinary medicine, graduating in 1980 from Kansas State University School of Veterinary Medicine. He went on to postgraduate specialized training in laboratory medicine, laser medicine, orthopedics, and an internship at UC Davis. He has practiced in the Southland for over 30 years and has been both chief of staff at several clinics, as well as practice owner for many years before coming to us. He has been recognized by his peers for over 15 years of presentations at state, national and international conferences, as well as over 100 published articles on pet health care in various professional and industry journals.
He more recently completed additional postgraduate training at the UCLA School of Medicine and the prestigious Paul Boyer Molecular Biology Institute at UCLA in 2005. He graduated with a Doctorate in comparative pediatric molecular genetics, plus a postdoctoral scholarship in regenerative tissue engineering and was a National Institute of Health Fellow in molecular ophthalmology at the Jules Stein Eye Institute at UCLA where he was a comparative geneticist engineering models for therapeutic target identification for diseases involving pediatric blindness.
He continues to share his interests with other veterinarians, vet specialty groups and high school students throughout Southern California via regular lecture presentations.
Dr. Clipsham has a long term special interest in pediatrics, internal medicine and cats and welcomes all puppies and kitties of any age. He recently had the opportunity to present one of our patients, Ono, the oldest living pet dog on a segment of Animal Planet. This segment was filmed in our clinic and can be seen on cable from time to time. Sadly, Ono passed at the age of 23 last Summer. Dr Clipsham is also a long term avid audiophile and unrequited fine arts student.
Jan is going on 30+ years at Sherman Oaks Veterinary Group. She's the gal with the eternal smile on her face. Jan keeps the pulse of the hospital beating, while trying to keep everyone happy!!!
Jan grew up in Sherman Oaks (local grown gal) and now lives on a ranch in Acton, with her husband. Jan also shares her home with her horses, dogs, and cats.
Her favorite activities outside of the office are horseback riding, gardening and cooking. Most of all she enjoys just being with her family and friends.