Dr. Jonathan Craig grew up surrounded by all types of animals, from backyard farm animals to the kennel of show dogs his parents enjoyed raising. “My parents were hard working people who loved having animals in their lives. They instilled in me a strong work ethic and cultivated a love for animal care and health that developed into a career in veterinary medicine.”Dr. Craig enjoys dentistry and performing a variety of surgical and dental procedures. Over the years, he successfully completed several training courses to hone his skills as a surgeon. “There is nothing more satisfying than seeing animals recover and knowing the positive impact I can make for the patients and their owners. Helping to keep families together and healthy is very rewarding to me.”
When not at the clinic, Dr Craig enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, working on computer electronics, or spending time with friends in outdoor sporting activities.
Dr. Kyle Hacia
Growing up in Fair Oaks, California, Dr. Kyle Hacia was raised in a household surrounded by a variety of pets that first fostered his passion in science and caring for animals. “At a young age, I had a personal experience with a veterinarian who was treating my dog for a life threatening chronic condition. Witnessing the impact her care had, not only on our beloved dog but on the entire family, allowed me to realize the vital role a veterinarian plays in preserving the human-animal bond that we all cherish as pet owners”. This eye-opening experience was instrumental in shaping Dr. Hacia’s passion for veterinary medicine.
That inspiration continues to resonate with Dr. Hacia in his committed treatment of his patients with an emphasis on empathy and compassion. “Pets have always been integral members of my family and I aspire to promote that bond in every relationship I develop with my patients and owners.”
Dr. Hacia is privileged to cultivate these relationships with the animals and owners of his childhood community. “My goal is to create a stress-free environment for pets and owners alike. I believe that attention to client education enables owners to feel confident when making decisions regarding their animals’ care”.
Before returning to the area, Dr. Hacia obtained a B.S. in Biology from the University of California Santa Cruz. He remained in the Santa Cruz area and worked as a veterinary technician for four years prior to attending veterinary school. Dr. Hacia is a graduate of St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed his clinical year at the University of Georgia. General practice allows Dr. Hacia to explore a variety of fascinating disciplines that medicine encompasses but he has a particular passion for internal medicine, cardiology, and soft tissue surgery.
When not at SBAH, Dr. Hacia enjoys spending time with his extended family that still reside in the Sacramento area. He also enjoys camping, hiking, and fishing with his childhood friends and his companion, Buddy, the Cocker Spaniel.
Dr. Tammy Rosich
I was drawn to veterinary medicine because of my love of animals and people along with the challenges and problem-solving nature of medicine: from working with the homeless during veterinary school, my early years of practice as a veterinarian in Humboldt County and Mount Shasta, and continue my journey at Sunrise Blvd Animal Hospital since 2006, I love general practice! I enjoy the birth to death experience and the impact animals have on the lives of their families. I look forward to helping people take care of their animals to the best of their ability so that they may have the best possible life with their people.
When not being a veterinarian, I enjoy spending time with my husband of 20 years Michael and our three girls, Erin Alex and Gwen. I also enjoy occasionally cooking, reading and music. Our house would not be complete without the two cats and one Dog, our “OCD” Aussie.