Dr. Dawn Figlio
Dr. Figlio was raised in Greenville, South Carolina, where she first discovered her love of animal medicine at the Greenville Humane Society while volunteering as a foster parent of abandoned kittens and puppies that were too small, weak, or unhealthy to be adopted. Before and while attending the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Figlio gained broad-ranging experience in a variety of veterinary settings, urban and rural, small and large animal, from north Georgia to Washington, D.C. In 2004, she moved to Tallahassee to join Bradfordville Paws & Claws and its founder, Dr. Otfried Guhrt. Dr. Figlio has never lost the passion for community involvement through her local humane society and other non-profits, which inspired her career path. In 2008, she was awarded the Leon County Humane Society's Purple Paw Award. Dr. Figlio has been married to her husband Rick since 1995. She currently has three cats, Roo, Margie and Tabitha, and a "tea cup" Mastiff named Ivy Lee.
Dr. Jennifer Moser
Dr. Moser is originally from Shavertown, a small town in northeastern Pennsylvania. She has always had a deep love for animals and she decided that she wanted to be a veterinarian as a little girl. Her love of veterinary medicine was rekindled while she was an undergraduate at George Washington University, as she watched the bonds people formed with their pets at the pet store where she worked to help pay for school. While still at George Washington, Dr. Moser began working as a veterinary technician, and also worked at the National Zoo, where she assisted with the Golden Tamarin exhibit. After graduation, she moved to Florida to be closer to her grandparents and to attend the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Moser has always had a special interest in internal medicine and exotics, including birds, reptiles, and all sorts of pocket pets. She has a daughter, Jovie, and also shares her home with Joshua, her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.
Dr. Virginia Haden
Dr. Haden is a native of “small town friendly” Rutherfordton, North Carolina. She developed a love for animals at a young age, caring for her family’s dog, cat, and various pocket pets. Dr. Haden is a graduate of the University of North Carolina -- Chapel Hill, where she majored in Biology and Spanish, and Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine with a clinical year at the University of Florida. Following her vet school graduation, Dr. Haden completed a prestigious small animal medicine and surgery internship with Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners in Tampa. Dr. Haden shares our love for small animal medicine, avian medicine, and exotics. She is also interested in traditional Chinese veterinary medicine, such as acupuncture, which we plan to add as an additional dimension to our practice that compliments the services we currently provide.
Dr. Jasmin Arora
Dr. Arora was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario (just north of the border). As a child she loved being around animals and dreamed of becoming a veterinarian.
Dr. Arora completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto majoring in human biology and zoology and continued on to graduate from the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph. She has a special interest in neurology, anesthesiology as well as a keen interest in surgery. Dr. Arora recently got married in July 2016, moved to Tallahassee to join her husband Ishaan who is completing his medical residency.
Dr. Natalie Davidson
Dr. Natalie Davidson is a native Floridian who was born and raised in southern Florida, as well as Jamaica. She attended Florida State University for her undergraduate degree in biology in 2007. After working as a veterinary technician in Tallahassee for several years, she decided to pursue a degree in veterinary medicine, which she earned from The Ohio State University in 2016. Once she received her degree, she returned home to the sunshine state to begin her career. Dr. Davidson is a world traveler having done veterinary work in Thailand, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica. Her interests include alternative medicine and she has special place in her heart for older, small animals. Dr.Davidson has one chocolate ball python, Prince Louie III, two cats, Loki and Nocchi, a weaner named Kuzco and a bearded dragon named K.G.