Justin Mills, PharmD
Justin Mills has thoroughly enjoyed working
in the Pharmacy industry for over 10 years! Following his dream, he graduated
in 2010 from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy with a Doctor of
Pharmacy Degree. Dr. Mills then became a Pharmacy Manager for Walgreens all
while still harnessing his relationship with the "Pet Pharmacy" world
through part-time work. Dr. Mills gladly accepted the full-time position when
it was offered and is extremely excited to take on this new challenge!
Dr. Mills is also CPR Certified, Immunization Certified and
has completed extra training with Diabetic medications as well as Veterinary
When not filling prescriptions & answering patient
questions, Dr. Mills enjoys spending time with his wife Tiffany, son Mason, two
dogs Morris and Farrah, and cheering on his favorite teams, the Kentucky
Wildcats & the Atlanta Falcons!
Dr. Wendy Zimmerman, DVM, CVA
Dr. Wendy has known from a very young age that she wanted to be a veterinarian. Her inspiration was her cat “Tigger,” who was a best friend growing up.
In 1996, she graduated with honors from Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, Pennsylvania with a B.S. in Animal Science, then went on to receive her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from The Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2009, Dr. Wendy became a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist (C.V.A.) through the Chi Institute.
Dr. Wendy is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, American Association of House call Veterinarians, and The American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture. She has appeared as a Veterinary consultant for WB17 News and has been featured on 6ABC Action News. Operating her own house call veterinary practice since 2005, Dr. Wendy resides in Chester County Pennsylvania with her husband, Joel, their daughter, Delaney, and her dog Pixie.
Dr. Vivian Cardoso-Carroll, DVM
Dr. Vivian Cardoso-Carroll, DVM is just a regular old (well,
not old-old, but kind of old by teenager standards) general practice veterinarian.
Her professional interest and unofficial specialty is internal medicine. After
graduating from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine, she went straight
into private practice at a corporate owned veterinary hospital in Dallas.
Corporate veterinary medicine was not quite for her, so in May of 2000 she
started working at Animal Medical Center of Plano as an associate veterinarian.
That is where she has been ever since.
Dr. Jennifer Coates, DVM
Dr. Jennifer Coates, DVM graduated with honors from the Virginia-Maryland
Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. In the years since, she has
practiced veterinary medicine in Virginia, Wyoming, and Colorado. She is the
author of several books about veterinary medicine and animal care, including
the Dictionary of Veterinary Terms, Vet-Speak Deciphered for the
Non-Veterinarian. Jennifer also writes short stories that focus on the
strength and importance of the human-animal bond and freelance articles
relating to a variety of animal care and veterinary topics. Dr. Coates lives in
Fort Collins, Colorado with her husband, daughter, and pets.
Dr. Justine A. Lee, DVM
Dr. Justine A. Lee, DVM is a board-certified emergency
critical care veterinary specialist, and is currently the Associate Director of
Veterinary Services for Pet Poison Helpline. For the previous five years, she
was on faculty as an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of
Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Lee graduated from Virginia Tech
with a BS in Animal Sciences, and then obtained her veterinary degree at
Cornell University. She pursued her internship at Angell Memorial Animal
Hospital, which is affiliated with the MSPCA. In addition, she has also
completed an emergency fellowship and residency at the University of
Pennsylvania. Currently, she is one of approximately 450 board certified
veterinary specialists worldwide in emergency and critical care, and is a
Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care