Dr. Christel Perrin
Dr. Perrin was born in Switzerland and raised in Hati in the Caribbean. After moving to the states, Dr. Perrin attended Tufts University in Boston to obtain her veterinary degree. She worked for years in equine medicine before crossing over to small animal practice. She has a passion for surgery and ultrasound. She has a big heart for all the English Bulldogs as she has one of her own named Nigel. She also owns Boris the Shih Tzu and Tammy the Dachshund to keep him company.
Dr. Jennifer Quiroz
Dr. Quiroz was raised in South Miami and attended Florida International University for undergrad and then obtained her veterinary degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2010 on the island of St. Kitts. She spent a year in Connecticut practicing emergency medicine and has a professional interest in internal medicine and emergency medicine.
Dr. Eric Gutierrez
Dr. Gutierrez was born in Maracaibo, Venezuela and lived there until summer of 2002, while attending a Preceptorship at Hollywood Animal Hospital in southeast Florida and obtained his doctorate degree from The Veterinary Science Faculty of La Universidad Del Zulia, Venezuela the same year. He has a solid background in small animal medicine, emergencies and staff training and management. His personal interests are surgery, wildlife and computer science.
Dr. Angela Nieveen-Guevara
Dr. Guevara-Nieveen stepped into the field of veterinary medicine at the age of 16 when she underwent a medical externship program in veterinary medicine in high school. She went on to graduate from the University of Miami with a bachelor’s in Biology and a minor in mathematics. While at UM, she helped start the first pre-vet society alongside other students. She later went on to pursue her degree in veterinary medicine at University of Florida and graduated in 2008. She enjoys all aspects of medicine with a predilection for endocrinology and soft tissue surgery. Her family consists of a wonderful husband, a curious and sweet 2-year old daughter, an ever-supportive mother, and a loving 14.5 year-old (soon-to-be 15 in July) Lab named Natasha.
Dr. Natalie Brown
Dr. Brown grew up with the childhood dream of becoming a veterinarian. She made that dream a reality when she graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine on St. Kitts Island in the Caribbean in June 2012. She went directly into private practice in the Daytona Beach area where she was mentored by incredible veterinarians in the areas of soft tissue surgery, critical care and emergency medicine. Dr. Brown relocated to the South Florida region in November of 2013 where she joined Banfield Pet Hospital. Her interests in veterinary medicine are soft tissue surgery, critical care medicine and ultrasonography. She has 2 dogs of her own including a Weimaraner named Lola and a hound mix named Jack.