Dr. Ian Kidd
Dr. Ian Kidd is an experienced veterinarian who grew up in Lamorinda and always had an appreciation for animals. A Campolindo High School graduate, Dr. Ian went on to study biology at Lewis & Clark College where he confirmed his interest in animal medicine. Dr. Ian ventured to New Zealand’s Massey University to study veterinary medicine. He returned to the U.S. after graduating in 2008 to do a small animal internship at East Bay Veterinary Specialists in Walnut Creek. Dr. Ian joined Moraga Veterinary Hospital in 2010 and has a passion for helping families understand their animal friend’s health and to make sound decisions about care.
Dr. Ian lives in Moraga with his wife, their three children, and their beloved yellow lab named Russell. When he’s not at work, you might see Ian out mountain biking on local trails or cheering for his kids in their various activities. He enjoys camping, snow skiing, and hiking with his family.
Dr. Ross Hancock
Dr. Hancock was born and raised in the Fort Lauderdale/Miami area of sunny South Florida and received both his bachelor’s degree in Zoology and his veterinary degree from the University of Florida (Go Gators!). While in veterinary school, he was a class officer and was part of an organization that provides veterinary care to animals in Honduras and traveled there 3 different times during school. With family roots in the East Bay, Dr. Hancock made the move to the West Coast following veterinary school and has enjoyed every minute of it! He has specific interests in primary care, emergency medicine and geriatric/palliative care.
Having grown up in tropical southern Florida, Dr. Hancock enjoys anything outdoors including SCUBA diving, camping, freshwater fishing, mountain biking and long distance running.
Dr. Yu-Tin Lee
Dr. Yu-Tin Lee lives in Moraga with her husband, 3 boys, and a little fur ball named Skittles. She joined Moraga Veterinary Hospital in 2022. Dr. Lee was born in Taiwan and her family moved to California when she was in 8th grade. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in biochemistry at UC Davis in 2001. She received her veterinary degree at Michigan State University in 2005 and then went on to complete an internship year in small animal medicine at Tufts University in 2006. Dr. Lee was excited to move back to sunny California in 2006 and has enjoyed caring for animals in the Bay Area ever since.
In her spare time, Dr. Lee enjoys hiking, reading, and hanging out with friends.
Dr. William Kidd
Dr. Bill Kidd’s interest in veterinary medicine started at an early age. He had an interest in science and a love for animals. Combining the two to help people solve their pet’s medical problems motivated him to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. Bill graduated from U.C. Davis with an undergraduate degree in physiology and continued his studies at UCD where he attained his veterinary medical degree.
After working for several veterinary practices, Bill had certain ideals of how he wanted to run his practice. The opportunity to own Moraga Veterinary Hospital became available in 1977. Moraga seemed a natural fit because he lived in the area, and loved the community. He remains a local resident and along with his wife Susan, they have raised three sons.
Dr. Scott Kidd
Dr. Scott Kidd is the youngest brother of the Kidd family and followed in his father and brother’s footsteps in the field of veterinary medicine. After graduating from UC Berkeley, he attended the School of Veterinary Medicine at Ross University followed by a year at UC Davis. Post-graduate work has taken Scott to Australia and New York City for small animal internships and to Reno for a surgical internship. Dr. Scott went on to complete his small animal surgery residency in Ohio. Dr. Scott currently practices with the Sierra Veterinary Specialists in Reno and occasionally helps with advanced surgeries at Moraga Veterinary Hospital.