From routine vaccinations to emergency pet care, Bayside Veterinary Hospital in Point Loma is a full-service veterinary hospital serving the greater San Diego pet community. Services include annual wellness check-ups, vaccinations, dental care and emergency care. We are also excited to be one of the only veterinary hospitals in San Diego to have veterinary dermatologists on staff! Specialized veterinary care is just one example of the many ways our veterinarians, Dr. Rozsa and Dr. Deo strive each day to provide the best possible care and responsive service to you and your pets.
Meet Our Vets
Dr. Rozsa was born in Hungary, where she overcame tremendous obstacles in her childhood before coming to the U.S. in 1996 to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian. In 1999, she graduated at the top 2% of her class from Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
As a well-traveled global explorer, Dr. Rozsa has a wide range of interests and experiences. She worked in Africa for two and a half years with cheetahs, leopards, monkeys, antelopes, goats, cattle, and wild dogs!
In addition to general veterinary medicine, Dr. Rozsa has been practicing animal acupuncture for several years, enjoys Internal Medicine, surgery, dentistry, critical care, and takes special interest in feline medicine.
Hailing from West Chester, Ohio, Dr. David Joseph joined the Our Pet Vets team in 2016. He attended Ohio State University, where he obtained both his undergraduate and doctorate degrees.
Having graduated with his DVM in 2013, Dr. Joseph is the youngest of the OPV doctor staff but his youth means he’s that much more eager to explore the world of veterinary medicine and all it has to offer. “There are always more things to learn and grow from with each case and the cases vary so much day to day,” he says.
Dr. Joseph has adapted well to the San Diego culture, taking pleasure in hiking, running and his newest hobby, surfing. When he’s not healing clients at Bayside, he enjoys the company of some lovely ladies at home: a bloodhound named Jacqueline and a tortoise named Eleanor.