Dr Monet Martin DVM

Monet Martin graduated from Texas A&M Veterinary School in 2002. She has worked in several veterinary niches including small animal emergency and non-profit shelter medicine. Kaibab Veterinary Clinic satisfies her long-term vision of owning a full-service veterinary clinic which provides care for cats and dogs from every walk of life. She enjoys educating pet owners on ways that they can help their animals enjoy long and healthy lives. When away from work, Monet explores Northern Arizona with her husband, her teenage son, and her two mutts. She also is blessed with a cat named Splendid Firecat. She is usually training for a marathon or attempting to outwit the harsh high altitude by growing an edible garden.

Dr Steffi Muller DVM

Stefanie (Steffi) Muller-Edling graduated from Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. Growing up in Virginia with cats, dogs, and books about animals of all kinds, Dr. Muller has loved and cared for animals since childhood. She received a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in English literature from the University of Virginia. Her special interests include behavioral medicine, weight management, preventative care, client education, and feline medicine. In her free time, Dr. Muller enjoys exploring the Southwest with her husband, tending to her jungle of houseplants, reading books, and trying new hobbies. She has two rescue cats, Baloo and Dorothy, and a rosy boa, Mr. Jefferson.

Dr Tabitha Henson DVM

Dr. Tabitha Henson is from Jacksonville, FL. She recently received her doctorate of veterinary medicine degree (DVM) from Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona. She has spent the past four years, during veterinary school, living in the foothills of the Sonoran desert in Cave Creek where she fell in love with Arizona. She is thrilled to be out of the desert and in the beautiful mountain town of Flagstaff. A love for the outdoors and small town living is what drew her and her partner Eli to Flagstaff. Her professional interests include surgery, neurology, internal medicine, and integrative medicine. She is pursuing her acupuncture certification and master’s degree in traditional Chinese veterinary medicine from the Chi University. She is also passionate about community outreach and providing veterinary care to animals who have limited access to care. In her free time she loves to read, enjoy live music, hike and swim with her dog, and work in the garden with her partner Eli. She is also very passionate about dog training and working dogs. Her rescue golden retriever, Macey Mae, is her pride and joy. Macey travels everywhere with her and Eli and was even recently cast in a major pet store campaign that was actually shot in Flagstaff! She is excited to be serving the pets and their people of Flagstaff.

Dr Emily Whitmore DVM

Emily Whitmore graduated from Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. After spending most of her life in Virginia including growing up in Charlottesville, attending in-state college and veterinary school, and practicing veterinary medicine for many years after graduating, she most recently spread her wings and spent over a year practicing veterinary medicine in Christchurch, New Zealand. Her special interests include soft tissue surgery, dentistry, preventative care, and she is a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist. She is excited for her next adventure of practicing vet medicine and exploring Flagstaff and the Southwest USA. She lives with her Plott hound mix, Kona, with whom she enjoys hiking and spending quality time on the couch when she’s not traveling the world.

Dr Dick Livingston DVM

Graduated from Colorado State University in 1980. He started his first clinic in Flagstaff in 1981. He currently spends most of his time in Tucson where he owns a clinic, established in 1995. Flagstaff is still his first love, and he has practiced vet-medicine in town since 1990. Dr. Livingston named the vet clinic after the Navajo word Kaibab, which means upside down mountain. He is not afraid of any species and has a special fondness for bearded dragons.

Stephen Sullivan CVT – Veterinary Technician

Stephen Sullivan has worked in the veterinary field as a technician for over twelve years. Originally from Southern California, Stephen is married and the proud father of two girls. When not taking care of animals at Kaibab Veterinary Clinic, he enjoys the company of his dog Murphy and cat, Charlotte. Stephen is an avid sports fan and loves playing softball, basketball and soccer.