Dr. Kevin B. Caylor, DVM
Dr. Caylor received his Bachelor of Science in Biology with high honors from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology in 1984, and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 1988. He is board-certified in Canine and Feline Practice by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners.
Other post-graduate achievements include a Slocum-license to perform the Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy surgery for repair of the ruptured canine cruciate ligament and certification by the University of Pennsylvania in the PennHIP method of canine hip evaluation. He is the author of multiple articles published in various veterinary journals. Dr. Caylor joined All Pets Veterinary Hospital as an associate in 1990 and is currently an Owner.
Dr. Caylor enjoys supporting his daughter’s enthusiasm for art, music and gymnastics and his son’s passion for NASCAR and gymnastics. He and his wife also share their home with a dog, four cats and gold fish. When time permits, his family enjoys skiing, travel, and the rare SCUBA diving trip.
Dr. Lisanne M. Evans, DVM
Dr. Evans received her Bachelor of Science in Zoology from Colorado State University in 1983 and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 1988. She is board-certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Feline Practice. In addition, Dr. Evans is practicing alternative or integrative medicine and is a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society.
Dr. Evans is the author of multiple articles in veterinary journals as well as an advisor for the American Association of Feline Practitioners in developing feline zoonoses (diseases that can spread from animals to man) guidelines. Dr. Evans joined All Pets Veterinary Hospital as an associate in 1991 and is currently an Owner.
In her leisure time, Dr. Evans enjoys gardening, skiing, SCUBA diving and most importantly, her daughter and son’s activities. She and her husband presently have goldfish, one dog — a black Standard Poodle, four cats — an orange tabby, a black domestic long hair, a Tonkinese and an ornery silver Bengal!
Dr. Tiffany Meyers, DVM
Dr. Tiffany Meyers, D.V.M. is a Phoenix, Arizona native and grew up in Kentucky. She attended Western Kentucky University where she got her bachelor’s degree in biochemistry in 2005. After achieving her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University in 2011, she moved to California and began relief work for various hospitals all over Los Angeles and Orange Counties; this is when she began practicing at All Pets. After working as a relief doctor for 5 years in over 55 different hospitals, she decided that All Pets was the best hospital out of them all, and she wanted to stay as a permanent practice associate.
Dr. Meyers is the ambassador and one of the coordinators for the DVM2Kx, which is a group of veterinarians who graduated from 2010 and on, who get together quarterly for lectures and socializing. She is also a member of the Southern California Veterinary Medical Association (SCVMA), and regularly attends their meetings and lectures so she can continually learn the most up-to-date medical information available and apply that knowledge to her patients at All Pets and elsewhere.
Her favorite areas of veterinary medicine include surgery, dentistry, cardiology, behavior, and hospice care for geriatric pets.
Outside of the hospital, Dr. Meyers owns a dog behavior consultation service, where she does house calls and helps teach pet owners how to use behavior training to train their pets and to become better pet parents. In her limited free time, Dr. Meyers enjoys spending time at the beach, going to Paso Robles for wine tastings, or simply relaxing at home.
Dr. Alisha Tran, DVM
Dr. Alisha Tran was born in Illinois and lived there briefly before moving to Orange County, California. She graduated from UC Davis in 2010 with an animal science degree, and from Western University of Health Sciences as a doctor of veterinary medicine in 2015. Dr. Tran enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, but especially loves behavior and the human-animal bond. Dr. Tran usually spends her free time rock climbing and adventuring outdoors. She also enjoys being a coffee snob, cultivating her collection of indoor plants (if you’d like a plant cutting, she’d love to share), and alternatively spoiling and being angry at her polydactyly cat, Bishop.