Dr. Sheryl Owyang has been a member of the SF/SPCA veterinary team since 1994. She is a 1993 veterinary graduate of UC Davis. She completed a one year small animal internship at NC State and has been at the SF/SPCA ever since. Over the years, Dr. Owyang has witnessed tremendous advancements in veterinary medicine that have improved the lives and quality of care of our patients. She feels fortunate and proud to be a part of the SF SPCA’s role in the community in promoting animal welfare and the human-animal bond. Dr. Owyang is dedicated to providing compassionate, thorough, and quality services to both homeless and client owned pets. Her main focus is general canine and feline medicine and preventive care, soft tissue surgery, and abdominal ultrasound. Outside of work, Dr. Owyang volunteers regularly with Muttville senior dog rescue.
Dr. Owyang lives with her husband, Victor, Rocket, the cat, and newly adopted retired racing greyhound, Megan. She is often on walks with Megan, socializing at the dog park, at the beach or on a hike with friends and their dogs. She especially loves traveling to new places and exploring nature parks and wildlife areas.