Dr Cindi Bossart received her BS in Applied Biology from Georgia Institute of Technology and is a 1978 graduate from the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School.
Dr Bossart is the owner and medical director of this hospital. She has a special interest in canine reproduction and surgery. Active in breeding and showing rough collies and smooth fox terriers, Dr Bossart also breeds Hanoverian horses for dressage and three-day eventing.
A frequent lecturer, Dr Bossart has presented career day programs for both elementary and high school students, and has lectured at numerous dog clubs on a variety of health related issues. Dr Bossart is the chairperson for the Collie Club of America's health committee, and has co-authored two books, “Himalayans of the 80s” and “The Magnificent Collie.”
Dr Stephanie Jones is a native of
In her spare time Dr Jones mentors at-risk teens once a week. She hopes that her love for animals and love for her career sparks interest and helps motivate today’s youth.
Dr Marilyn Moles-Carlisle received her bachelor's degree in Microbiology from the
A frequent lecturer at career days and local schools, she is active in fundraising for her children’s school. Dr Moles has written many health topic articles for local and community newsletters.
Dr. Heidi Foster is a local South Floridian. After graduating from at Thomas Aquinas High School, she completed her undergraduate studies at Cornell University and earned her DVM at the University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine. Before joining the Animal Hospital of Ft Lauderdale, she worked at Alton Road Animal Hospital in South Beach for eight years.
Heidi has a calm compassionate nature that animals find soothing during their doctor appointments. She likes internal medicine, soft tissue surgery and dermatology. Outside of work Dr. Foster enjoys reading, all forms of out outdoor activities, practices yoga regularly, and spends much time with her family and friends. She has two cats, Lance and LuLu and a dog named Louis.
Dr Kim Schneider received her BS in Biology with a minor in Microbiology and Animal Science from Virginia Tech in 1985. A 1990 graduate of the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Schneider joined the practice in 2000.
Dr Schneider has a special interest in dermatology and soft tissue surgery.
Dr Schneider has presented several career day lectures and is active in fundraising for her children's school.