Dr. Shivers has loved veterinary medicine from the very beginning. Growing up in Miami, he cared for dogs, cats, orphaned squirrels, turtles and hermit crabs. After getting his veterinary degree from the University of Florida, he began practice in Jacksonville, Fl. A desire to be closer to family and great fishing led him to Ft. Myers and Indian Creek. Dr. Shivers believes in having a high-quality, low stress hospital that clients and their pets feel good about visiting. His favorite part of his job is getting to interact with our clients and pets. Dr. Shivers loves the feeling of getting a sick pet back on it's feet, and playing at home again. In his spare time, he enjoys saltwater fishing, traveling, diving and cooking. Dr. Shivers has two Catahoula hound dogs named Blu and Remy. He is happy to be here, where he can enjoy the laid-back atmosphere, beautiful gulf waters and friendly residents of Ft. Myers.
Dr. Stratton enjoys working through challenging cases with a healthy pet as the end result! She received her degree in veterinary medicine from the University of Florida, and an undergraduate degree in zoology from Michigan State University. She interned at the Conservancy of SW Florida, working on their sea turtle nesting project. She enjoys all the warm weather, beach going and fishing that Fort Myers has to offer! Dr. Stratton is married and has 2 sons. They have 1 German shorthaired pointer named Fischer.
Dr. An Nguyen is a Florida native, growing up in Rockledge. He received his Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees from the University of Florida.
While in veterinary school, he worked with the St. Francis House Pet Care Clinic, which provided care to pets of homeless and low-income residents. In 2009, he was given the St. Francis Pet Care Community Service Award for his work.
He is passionate about geriatric medicine and strives to make older pets comfortable and happy in their remaining years.
When not working, he enjoys surfing and spending time with his dogs. He also contributes to the Veterinary Information Network on the topic of infectious disease and immunology as an associate editor.