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Dr. Elliott first received a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Auburn University. He then completed his veterinary degree in 1989 from Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine where he graduated with honors. He belongs to the American Veterinary Medical Association (A.V.M.A.), the Florida Veterinary Medical Association (F.V.M.A.), and the American Association of Feline Practitioners (A.A.F.P.) His special interests include feline medicine, soft tissue surgery and orthopedic surgery. He enjoys time with his wife, two children, Dash (the dog pictured) and Max the cat (who requested no photo). For fun he likes playing guitar as well as being a lifelong outdoorsman.
Dr. Stephanie Henley
Dr. Stephanie Henley is a proud Army brat who was born in Virginia, but called many places home. She received two bachelors degrees from Auburn University. One in Animal Science in 1999 and then a Zoology degree in 2001. She then attended Tuskegee University's School of Veterinary Medicine where she graduated summa cum laude as the valedictorian.
She settled in Pensacola in 2005 after receiving her DVM. Currently she resides with four Siamese mix cats (Spencer, Stanlee, Sassy, Mocha) and Maybee, the mischievous mutt. Her professional interests include feline and canine internal medicine, dental surgery, and senior care. She is an avid reader of many genres with a special love for older science fiction and short stories. Her favorite activities include games of trivia, (especially team trivia), enjoying the natural beauty of the Gulf Coast, and keeping up with widely scattered friends and colleagues.