Dr. Brandon Prince was born in Idaho and raised on a small family farm in Alberta, Canada. A third generation veterinarian, he often spent his childhood days joining his dad on calls to local farms. After high school, Dr. Prince spent two years on a Christian mission in England and Wales before attending Brigham Young University in Provo, UT where he met and married his wife. After receiving his undergraduate degree in Nutritional Science in 2010, Dr. Prince convinced his wife to sell their belongings and move to the island of St. Kitts, where he attended veterinary school at Ross University. For his final year of education, he attended Colorado State University and received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2014.
Dr. Prince practiced in California for several years before making the move to practice ownership with his family here in Yuma. His diverse life experiences, from nursing baby calves to tracking Leatherback sea turtle nesting behaviors, have helped him understand the strength of the human-animal bond. Dr. Prince and his family, which now includes his wife of ten years, two active boys, twin baby daughters and several red foot tortoises from St. Kitts, are happy to be here in Yuma. They enjoy hiking, swimming, fly-fishing, skiing, and just about anything else you can do outside in the sunshine.
- Bachelor of Science (Nutrition); Brigham Young University, 2011
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, 2014