Meet Our Team
An animal hospital isn't much without a dedicated veterinary staff. We're lucky to have some of the best in the business! Our team is made up of talented, compassionate, and experienced pet lovers who always aim to treat your pet like their own. Get to know our team by reading their biographies below, or call us at (561) 482-5600 to make an appointment and meet them in person.
Danielle O'Brien, Veterinary Technician
Danielle grew up with animals her whole life and has always loved them. She enjoys being able to heal dogs and cats and improve their lives. She has completed two of Mark Opperman’s “It’s What’s Upfront That Counts” seminars that cover topics for veterinary professionals to help them grow in their clinic.
Danielle is married to her husband, Mike, of 16 years and together they have a 15-year-old son, Gavin. She also considers herself a ‘mother of cats!’ In her spare time, she enjoys playing Pokémon Go, walking, feeding stray cats, cooking and baking, and watching Marvel movies.
Tiffani Cherry, Veterinary Technician
Tiffani is currently enrolled at San Juan College where she is completing courses to become a certified veterinary technician. Tiffani has always had a love for animals and finds her career in saving animals’ lives with our team and learning about unique species to be incredibly rewarding.
When she’s not at work, Tiffani enjoys going to the aquarium and the zoo, watching Game of Thrones, and spending time with her family, which includes her son, Trenton, and two dogs, Ernie, a Boston Terrier, and Seuss, a Pitbull.
Adena Paroly, Veterinary Assistant
Adena is a veterinary assistant who finds her position very rewarding. She enjoys the opportunity to save cats and dogs through her work and finds assisting our team with surgery and births particularly rewarding. She’s also very proud to have her Physical Therapist Assistant License!
At home, Adena has four pets including Shadow, a Standard Poodle; Chloe, a Miniature Poodle; Lily, a Domestic Shorthair; and Skye, a Lynx Point Siamese.
Jennifer Avila, Veterinary Assistant
Ever since Jennifer was young, she dreamed about being a veterinarian. After a career as a general manager for ten years, she knew it was time to make her dream a reality. She is currently finishing her Bachelor of Science in biological sciences at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton and is planning to enroll in a DVM program within the next 2 years. Jennifer has always had a passion for wildlife, so she will potentially specialize in exotics. So far in her veterinary career, the most rewarding part has been seeing Dr. Levy save patients and learning from him as a teacher, doctor, and friend.
Jennifer has 5 fur children, all cats, named Jacob, Shiloh, Orianna, Jack, and Scrappy. When she is not at work or school, Jennifer volunteers at the South Florida Wildlife Center. She really enjoys learning about all the wild animal species that are native to Florida, and her favorite part is seeing them come through rehabilitation successfully to being released. Jennifer’s greatest guilty pleasures include Game of Thrones and French fries. She’d eat them every day if she could!
Eashwar Nirangan, Veterinary Assistant
Eashwar earned his veterinary assistant diploma at Penn Foster College at Arizona State. He also holds several certifications including: Fear Free Professional; Certification in Environmental Health: An Integrative Approach from Arizona State; Certification CVL; and an aquatic veterinary medicine certification from AVMA. Eashwar was raised in the Amazon with a veterinarian and had many different experiences with all sorts of animals. During this time, he realized that very young animals have no voice and decided that he wanted to be their voice and help them, which is what led to his career in veterinary medicine. Eashwar is enrolled in the AVMA's Veterinary Technology Program to become certified in shelter medicine.In the future, his goal is to own a rehabilitation ranch or shelter.
Eashwar has had many pets throughout his life, and he cares for each of his patients as if they are his own. His pets today include Bronty, a Westie, and Nena, a Mastiff mix. In his spare time, Eashwar enjoys exploring the hills, mountains, and forests by bike riding and hiking.
Crystal Hernandez, Receptionist
Crystal fell into her veterinary career path due to her great love of animals. She loves being a part of our team and helping animals stay healthy.
Crystal enjoys reading, baking, and spending time with her boyfriend, Ricardo, when she isn’t working. At home, she has four pets including her cats Bella Swan, Gypsy Rose, and Alice Liddell, as well as her dog, Gizmo.
We drive over 30 minutes to see Dr. Andy because we wouldn't take our dog anywhere else! We've had our dog for 10 years and Dr. Andy has always been kind, friendly and thorough with each visit. He's happy to answer all of our questions and most of all our dog is getting the best care. Dr. Andy Levy is the best!
- Stacey B.
I have been going to Dr. Levy for 17 years. I trust him with all my precious felines and canines. He has been there twice for me when I had to say good-bye to members of my family - most recently yesterday. Both times, he assured me that I was making the right and kind decision. My grief is profound and painful right now, but Dr. Levy's kind words and loving hugs are helping me get through this.
- Carole D.
I am very happy with Dr. Levy and all of his staff. The office is immaculate- clean and comfortable. Parking is easy! Dr. Levy is always very patient and happy to answer any questions I might have. Dr. Levy is quick to respond to emergency calls and he has helped me make important decisions regarding my animals.
- Samantha W.
I have been seeing Dr Levy with my doggies for more than 15 years. Both he and his staff have always been available in good times and bad. Although I have moved a little further away I will still continue to be loyal to his practice as the mommy of his patients
- Julie G.
The office was clean and the staff was friendly. Dr. Levy was very direct with what our dog needed and we were out within 20 minutes-- on a Saturday! Our previous vet visits would have been at least 2 hours, several estimates, and suggestions for tests, etc.-- way more than needed. Very happy with this visit!!!
- Nicole L.