David Edsall, DVM
Dr. David Edsall obtained his doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 1992 and from there completed a formal internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at one the largest and best known Phoenix areas full service veterinary hospitals, Mesa Veterinary Hospital in Mesa, Arizona.
Dr. Edsall’s experience comes from working at several animal hospitals and zoos. He worked at an emergency and referral hospital for 11 years in Tucson, Arizona and was also an on staff veterinarian at the A.Z.A accredited zoos at Reid Park Zoo and Arizona Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson. He joined Atascadero Pet and Emergency Center in Atascadero in January 2006 and was a partner until 2014.
Dr. Edsall’s compassion for animal medicine shines through with his incredible bedside manner and his way of communicating with clients and their pets, his testimonials speak for themselves. He is extremely excited about opening Las Tablas Animal Hospital and sees a strong future for what his new state of the art animal hospital will be able to offer to clients and pets in San Luis Obispo County.
Dr. Edsall lives with his wife Aimee and their twin boys in Templeton with their two dogs and two cats. They enjoy the outdoors, the beach and traveling in their spare time.
Lariann Baretta, DVM
Dr. Lariann Baretta graduated from Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2003 with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. After graduation she completed a one-year internship at VCA Emergency and Referral Hospital in San Diego where she obtained additional training in medicine, surgery and critical care. She worked at a small animal general practice hospital and a multi doctor emergency hospital in Northern California until moving to Paso Robles. Her special interests include ultrasonography, internal medicine (especially chronic diseases) and oncology.
Her undergraduate education is a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Ecology at UC Irvine. Between obtaining her undergraduate degree and starting veterinary school she worked primarily in wildlife biology and travelled in Alaska and Central America.
Dr. Baretta is an avid cyclist and participates with her husband Bill in multiple charity bike rides throughout the year. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring the central coast on foot or bike, road trips and spending time with her husband and their two standard poodles Holly and Ajax.
Mireille Rabier, DVM
Dr. Mireille Rabier grew up in the South of France where she earned a PhD in cellular and molecular biology in 1988. After a few years in San Francisco working in the pharmaceutical industry, she attended UC Davis where she obtained a doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 1997. Her favorite part of working in practice is the interaction with clients and their pets.
In her free time Dr. Rabier enjoys hiking and fitness, reading, knitting and cooking. She has several dogs, cats, horses, goats, chickens, and donkeys at home. Dr. Rabier is married to a fellow veterinarian, Dr. Cedric Blanc, and together they have two daughters, Sophie and Maite.
Our Veterinarian Partners
Dan Terhaar, DVM
Dan grew up on a farm in Minnesota with five brothers. After spending time in the army, he obtained a bachelors degree in engineering from the University of Minnesota. He graduated from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993.
Dan has been an emergency medicine clinician since 1995, alternating between the Visalia and the Arroyo Grande emergency hospitals. Since 2001, Dan has owned and operated a mobile surgical practice, providing soft tissue and orthopedic surgical services for Central Coast veterinary hospitals. His special interests include: fracture repair, reconstructive surgery, and cruciate ligament injuries.
When not working, Dan can be found enjoying the outdoors, farming, and beekeeping.