Dr. Candice Horner
Dr. Horner was raised in Goldston, North Carolina. She received her undergraduate Biology degree from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke
with an emphasis in Zoology in 2003. Dr. Horner then received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from St. George's University and finished her
clinical year at North Carolina State University in 2009. Her main clinical interests include surgery and pain management. Outside the hospital
she enjoys traveling and scuba diving. She also spoils her three dogs Toby, Hubbles, and Buckley, and chinchilla, Sookie.
Dr. David Tang
Believe it or not, Dr. Tang a second generation Arizona native and a proud graduate of Madison Simis Elementary and Central High School in Phoenix. He
completed my undergraduate education at Occidental College in Los Angeles and received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University
in 1985. Dr. Tang joined the Bell Ridge Animal Hospital staff in 1991, and has witnessed its growth through three remodels to its current 3600 square
feet, addition of boarding services, and evolution into a multi-doctor practice. The goal of the doctors and staff of Bell Ridge Animal Hospital is
to provide exceptional veterinary medical care and service to our patients and their families that entrust us.
Dr. Greta Heinemann
Dr. Heinemann was born and raised in Elmhurst, Illinois. She received a Bachelor of Animal Science in 1993 from the University of Illinois and her Doctorate
of Veterinary Medicine in 1998 from the University of Illinois. After graduation she followed her husband to Arizona, and quickly fell in love with
everything Arizona had to offer. Before joining our staff in 2010 she worked for 12 years as a Veterinarian throughout the valley. Dr Heinemann brings
her great enthusiasm and extensive knowledge to continue her mission for compassion and competent care for all of her patients and clients.
Dr. Kristin Timiney
Dr. Timiney is an Arizona native who grew up in the West Valley, and received her undergraduate degree in Biology and a minor in Chemistry from Northern
Arizona University. After graduation, she spent two years in Scotland at The University of Edinburgh, which provided an exciting opportunity to
experience another culture as well as actual seasons of the year. She then went on to receive her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State
Dr. Timiney has two kitties, Moukiey and Na’Vi. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with family and friends.