ABOUT OUR DOCTORS & STAFF
Dr. Ivan Mayor
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Mayor graduated from University of Mexicali, Mexico and have been in the Veterinary field for over 20 years. When arriving to the United States, Dr. Mayor had a rare opportunity to intern at the iconic San Diego Zoo. He has also practiced Veterinary Medicine all over San Diego County which helped him expand his knowledge, sharpen his skills, and made him an expert in General practice for small animals which allowed him to open our beautiful All Day Pet Hospital. Aside from his specialty in General practice, he has had experience in emergency care and worked with our community by working in spay and neuter clinics.
Throughout his two decades of work experience, he has found professional experience in dermatology, dentistry, emergency medicine, and general surgeries. He also loves interacting with clients and giving your loving pets the best possible care and he takes a lot of pride in what he does. All clients are treated like family and every pet will receive the best care and treatment available. Regardless of financial issues, Dr. Mayor will find a way to work with you in the best interest of your pet with his years of experience.
Aside from his love for Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Mayor loves to spend time with his wife and two kids. Family is very important to him and that is why he wants his clients to feel comfortable leaving their pets with us and knowing we will treat them like family. He also owns his precious schnauzer, Grenas (Hairy face), and maltipoo, Peluche (Stuffed animal), so he understands how much impact your pets mean to you. On his days off, he takes advantage of our beautiful San Diego weather and hiking, biking, and camping on our beautiful trails.
Dr. Alonso Bayon
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Doctor Bayon graduated with honors from the Institute of Veterinary Science at the University of Baja, California in 1997. After passing all the rigorous examinations that are established by the examination commission for foreign Veterinary graduates, he became a licensed Veterinarian in the United States in June of 2002. He completed his license at UC Davis and Oklahoma State University, schools of Veterinary Medicine. During the last 18 years as a practicing Veterinarian, he has held positions as Chief of Staff and Medical Director in general practices as well as Emergency Animal Hospitals.
During his years at Orange County Emergency Pet Clinic, he was a mentor and evaluator of 3rd and 4th year Veterinary students doing ER rotations. His areas of interest in Veterinary medicine are emergency and critical care, soft tissue surgery, challenging internal medicine cases. He also enjoys getting to meet and interact with his patients from puppies and kittens and caring for them up until their senior years.
The rewards of saving animal lives, providing optimal preventive care to them, and educating pet owners about their furry family members health such as nutrition and behavioral enrichment is also one of his favorite aspects of being a Veterinarian. Compassionate and sincere care to all his patients and their owners is imperative to him! Besides his full-time commitment to his career he enjoys road cycling, mountain biking, carpentry, adventures, traveling that involves wildlife conservation, and spending quality time with his friends and family. We are very happy to have him here at All Day Pet Hospital and he looks forward to serving you!
Meet Yaudel, the hospital manager at All Day Pet Hospital since our opening in March 2019. With over 5 years of experience in the field after graduating from Pima Medical Institute as a Veterinary Assistant in 2013, Yaudel is passionate about animal care. Alongside her fiancé, she is also a dedicated parent to five boys and 3 male dogs. Yaudel is committed to constantly improving her skills through private manager meetings and is even planning to pursue her CVPM (Certified Veterinary Practice Manager) in the near future.
This is Maria and she's been in the veterinary field for 3 years now. She is currently going to to school to get my associates degree in animal science and wants to work with exotics. She has an 8 year old chihuahua mix named Mimi who is a ball of attitude and love put together.
Customer Service Representative
He began his career in 2019, driven by his passion for caring for animals. Prior to that, he was actively involved in feline rescue and also contributed to the management of a dog rescue organization. He is also a proud owner of three beloved pets, including a 3-year-old Siamese, an 11-year-old tortie, and a 23-year-old red-eared slider.
An animal lover, has 5 animals and each one of them means the world to her. Having moved to San Diego in 2018 to advance her career, she completed veterinary assistant training at P.I.M.A Medical Institute in the same year and has gained 4 years of experience in the field.
She enjoys everything about her work, especially building relationships with the animals and their fur parents. During her leisure time, she relishes morning walks with her beloved pets, staying active through regular workouts, and cherishing moments spent with her loved ones.
She achieved her bachelor's degree in Animal Science and a minor in Biology from Chico State in December 2022. Her career goal is to become a veterinarian specializing in exotic animals. Fun fact, she loves hiking and going on adventures with her friends!
With 7 years of experience as a veterinary assistant, she takes great pleasure in her work. From a young age, she had a strong desire to assist animals in their time of need. During her free time, she values spending quality moments with her loved ones and her own furry friend.
Her name is Neyda, and she is from Orange County. She is a mother of a 13-year-old son and has three dogs and three cats. With four years of experience as a veterinary assistant and six years as a veterinary receptionist, she has extensive knowledge in the field.
Meet Grace, who has been working as a receptionist at All Day Pet Hospital for a year. She takes immense pleasure in working with all the cats and dogs, learning their individual personalities and ensuring their comfort during their visit. Grace also has three dogs of her own, including a seven-year-old terrier named Dobby, an eight-year-old dachshund named Roxie, and a three-year-old cocker spaniel named Ellie May.