OUR VETERINARY EXPERTS

Thomas-Nicholl

Thomas Nicholl, Esq.

DVM Florida

Thomas Nicholl is both an attorney and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. He graduated from Veterinary School in 1975 and has practiced for over 20 years. He also holds a law degree and practices in the Central Florida area.

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W. Jean Dodds

DVM California

Dr. Dodds mission is to build a better future for you and your pets and to restore and maintain the highest level of health.

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Michael Dym

VMD Florida

Robin Cannizzaro

Robin Cannizzaro

DVM - Florida

Robin is a compassionate Veterinarian, whose passion for her clients pets is only surpassed by her dedication.
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Ronald Stone

DVM Florida

Our mission is to provide local pet owners of Lake, Sumter and Orange counties the best and most personalized state of the art surgery and advanced-level medical care for your family’s pet dogs and cats.

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Dr. Josie Beug

DVM, CVA Florida

Dr. Josie Beug grew up in Colorado, surrounded by her family’s many pets including dogs, cats, horses. She received her undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Colorado in Boulder in 1989.

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Hilty Burr

DVM - Georgia

Owner of full service small animal hospital in Young Harris GA and satellite clinic in Murphy NC (Tr-County Animal Clinic). For more info visit: www.lakechatugeanimalhospital.com 

Tim Crowe

Dr. Tim Crowe

DVM, DACVS, DACVECC, FCCM

Dr. Dennis Tim Crowe, Jr., DVM, DACVS, DACVECC, FCCM welcomes the opportunity to provide surgical services to veterinarians and their hospitals. The goal of this service is to perform surgeries at primary care veterinarian’s facilities that would otherwise generally require referral.

Tara Haddad, DVM

Tara Haddad

DVM

More info to come

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    9 time Emmy-award winning filmmaker John Biffar’s next project is “Joey’s Legacy-The Documentary”, a brilliant unveiling of the dirty little secrets that the veterinary propaganda machine has kept under wraps for years. The documentary will reveal two of the most damaging aspects of this once-beloved profession: the propensity of some veterinarians to cover their malpractice when a patient is lost, and the refusal by American Boards of Veterinary Medicine to discipline their colleagues firmly and fairly, resulting in ongoing violations of veterinary practice by these habitual offenders and unnecessary loss of pet lives. 

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