Dr. Brown is married and has three children. She shares her home with three dogs (Golden Retriever, Miniature Schnauzer and Shetland Sheepdog) and three cats (one DSH, one Bengal and one Burmese). She is a member of Northside Rotary club. Dr. Brown’s primary interests in veterinary medicine include preventative care, internal medicine and behavioral medicine. Dr. Sondra Brown
In addition to dog and cat patients, Dr. Brumfield has a special interest in exotic animal medicine. He also enjoys dentistry, internal medicine, and emergency medicine. Outside of the hospital, Dr. Brumfield serves as a board member of the Leon County Humane Society and of CARE (Companion Animal Rescue Endeavor).
In his spare time, he enjoys running, triathlons, basketball, and anything outdoors. He is married (Lauren) and has an eight year old daughter. The Brumfield family also has three dogs, all rescues- Baxter (Golden/Lab mix), Ack (Miniature Pinscher), and Toby (Lab mix). Dr. Kevin Brumfield
She attended Michigan State University for undergraduate work and veterinary school, graduating in May 2006. During school Kathleen focused on surgery, emergency medicine, ultrasound and exotic pet medicine. She participated in exotics externships in San Francisco and at UC Davis, CA. Kathleen’s interest in extoics extends to her home life – she has owned many rats over the past eight years. She has also owned lizards, snakes, birds and rabbits. Kathleen’s current pets include three orange male cats (Cthulhu and Azathoth and Gygax), an epileptic male German Shepherd rescue named Pavlov, and a shepherd mix rescue from Northwood named One-Eyed Jack.
She is currently living in Tallahassee with her husband, Mathieu, who is attending FSU for a Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. In her spare time she enjoys hiking with her dogs, painting, sculpting, disc golf and other outdoor activities. Dr. Kathleen Cavell
She has a retired racing greyhound, two Devon Rex cats, and a three year old toddler!
In her off time she can be found in paint-stained coveralls, renovating her 1939 house. Dr. Alicia Smith
Amy enjoys many facets of the animal medical field and has gained experience in multiple small animal practices, a mobile ultrasound practice, Zoo Atlanta, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Her special veterinary interests include preventative medicine, surgery, and ultrasound.
Amy spends her free time planning her November wedding, baking, and exploring the Tallahassee area with her fiance, Tripp, and rescue dog, Dory. She is excited to meet you and work together to keep your furry family members happy and healthy. Dr. Amy Crutchfield
Always fascinated by all types of animals, she worked in multiple animal related fields for 9 years prior to attending veterinary school. She graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003, and then went on to earn her MBA from the University of North Alabama in 2008 while working fulltime as an emergency veterinarian. Dr. Smith has worked in both small animal and mixed animal practices over the last decade. She enjoys internal medicine as well as emergency medicine/surgery, but has a soft spot for feline medicine.
The year before beginning vet school, she fell in love with Bullmastiffs and has raised and shown them ever since. When she’s not at work in the hospital, she is often working at home on her small farm, trying to convince herself she loves gardening. She stays busy with her 5 horses (4 Paint horses and 1 Tennessee Walking Horse), 4 dogs and many cats.Dr. Jennifer Smith
Dr. Morgan Guoan was born and raised in South Florida. In 1998, she attended college in Tennessee where she majored in Music business, was a collegiate athlete, captain and member of the athletic advisory committee. After graduation, she continued working within the music industry for 8 years as well as became a professional athlete.
In 2012, Morgan graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at University of Florida. While there she focused her interest on Emergency medicine and Critical care. She was also a student ambassador, Captain of Team Vet Med, a Science diet Hill’s food representative, a teacher’s assistant for anatomy, a FOLE leader and was a student member of the admissions committee.
Upon graduation, she was matched with Hollywood Animal Hospitals internship program in Hollywood, Florida.
In 2013, she became a member of Northwood Animal hospital where she resides as an emergency doctor. Outside of working at the clinic, she has continued her love for hospice and palliative care. She is also an active member of the admissions committee at UF. She lives here with her partner and 10 year old daughter. She also has a rag-tag pack consisting of pygmy goats, a mini pig, dogs, cats, a few tortoises, a bird, a handful of fish and the newest resident, a sow.
Feel free to say hi to Morgan at the hospital as she also has night time appointments if that is better for your busy schedule.Dr. Morgan Guoan