Daniel Slovis, DVM
Dr. Daniel Slovis graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in January of 2002. Following graduation, he entered an internship at Southwest Equine Medical and Surgical Center, a leading referral hospital in Scottsdale, Arizona.
After completion of his internship, Dr. Slovis began practicing in the Central Virginia area. After a few years, he decided to follow his true passion of small animal veterinary care. His professional interests include internal medicine, ultrasound, surgery, dentistry, chiropractic care, and wellness care.
During the winter of 2010, Dr. Slovis decided to follow the dream of owning a high-quality veterinary hospital. He found that there was a need for a high-quality veterinary hospital in the Lake Anna region, and decided to make this the location of his state of the art hospital.
During his spare time, he enjoys riding his horses, hiking in the mountains and scenic photography with his wife, Kristine and his son, Gilbert.
Emily Coleman, DVM
NellClient Services Representative
Nell has been in the Lake Anna area since 1996. Prior to working at Lake Anna Veterinary Hospital, Nell worked in the medical field and at a marina. She is a huge animal lover, which is evident with the house full of animals. She lives at the lake with her husband, Steve. Nell looks forward to seeing your furry friends!
KelceyClient Services Representative
Prior to working at Lake Anna Veterinary Hospital, Beth worked as an elementary school teacher in Richmond, VA. In addition, she has worked as a veterinary receptionist and a groomer. Outside of work, she enjoys training and competing with her dogs in a variety of venues but is particularly fond of agility. Beth and her husband, Rick, share their home with a cat, a rabbit, and four Bearded Collies.
D'Anne was born and raised in upstate NY. She attended SUNY Oswego where she obtained a BS in Zoology. She continued her education at St. Petersburg College in Florida, receiving her degree as a licensed Veterinary Technician. D'Anne worked in Florida in emergency medicine before relocating to Lake Anna this year to be closer to her family. She is enjoying her new life on the lake which includes her love of bird watching, boating, and cooking. She currently has two cats of her own, Brock and Moe.
Tiffany was born and raised in Spotsylvania County, and attended Northern Virginia Community College to become a veterinary technician. She has seven years of experience in small animal practice and kennel work. In her free time, she enjoys fishing, being outside, and spending time with her family, husband, and three dogs.
Ashlee has always wanted to work with animals. She is experienced in veterinary emergency care and in private practice. Ashlee plans to enter veterinary technician school in the near future. Her interests include hiking, emergency medicine, and exotics. She lives in Goochland County with her four dogs, five cats, five turtles, and Hemingway the tortoise.
Miranda GrayVeterinary Assistant