Dr. Brown grew up in Apopka, Fl. She attended University of Tampa for her Bachelors and Masters. She then received her degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, and completed her clinical year at University of Illinois. Dr. Brown then returned to Florida to practice in her home state. Dr. Brown primarily treats canine and feline patients, but also has experience with small mammals such as rabbits, guinea pigs, and rodents, as well as reptiles such as bearded dragons, turtles, and tortoises. Her special interests include dermatology, internal medicine, behavior, pain management and dentistry. Outside of work Dr. Brown, her husband RJ, and kids Lorelai and Reagan, have a small farm with dogs, cats, horses, goats, pigs, chickens, rabbits, and a bearded dragon. She enjoys nature and spending time with her family. While Dr. Brown loves all animals, she has a soft spot for quarter horses and Boston terriers.
Staci is a 4th generation Florida native who has had a love for furry animals all of her life. Staci grew up with many dogs and once into middle school joined FFA where she began caring for goats and steers of her own and helping the agricultural program with their animals and animal related events. Staci has been a client at SCAH since 1999 and was happy to join the practice in 2016. As a kennel tech her goal is to provide boarders with an experience to make them feel like they are one of her own, by providing play time and lots of cuddles when needed. Her interests outside of the animal hospital include any activity that involves being out on the water, off-roading, and spending time with her fiancé and 5 dogs. Staci has learned much about animal health from working at SCAH and looks forward to learning so much more as well as meeting everyone’s pets!
Originally from Indiana, Lisa moved to Florida after graduating from Purdue University with the intention of working in wildlife conservation, but ended up working as a veterinary technician. It turned out to be her dream job. Twenty years later she still thinks it’s the best job in the world. She shares her home with two Great Pyraneese, five cats, two gerbils, a tortoise and one very tolerant and understanding husband.