Dr. Mary Glasgow Chavez
Dr. Mary Glasgow Chavez has been a practicing veterinarian in the South Florida area for the past 25 years. She is a graduate of the University of Florida. Dr. Chavez practices small animal medicine and has interests in dentistry, internal medicine, and exotic animal medicine including small mammals, pocket pets, and reptiles. Over the years, she has had the privilege of meeting many pets and their owners. A day does not go by that she has not learned something new or had the opportunity to make a positive impact on the life of that pet or their family. Her job always has challenges, but she looks forward every day to the opportunities that it will bring and how she can make a positive impact. She is the mother of three teenage boys, their 11-year-old sister, three dogs, a Guinea pig and two bunnies!
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Dr. Anaelys Concepcion
Dr. Anaelys Concepcion is a Ross graduate, class of 2014 and she completed her clinical year at Louisiana State University. She has experience with dogs, cats, and exotic animals. During a summer internship with Tufts at their wildlife center, Dr. Concepcion was able to work with turtles, rabbits, owls, and even a coyote. During her school years, she fulfilled student internships with Banfield and was thrilled to become a Banfield team veterinarian upon graduation. In her spare time, Dr. Concepcion enjoys going on adventures with her island mutt, Cuervo, including going to the beach, paddle boarding or kayaking. However, a lot of the time they fall off and swim mostly.
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