Dr. Krista Davis graduated from Glasgow College of Veterinary Medicine in Scotland in 1995. Her undergraduate course work was completed at the University of Miami in south Florida. After graduation, she worked for 2 years in the south of Portugal while completing her exams to qualify in the U.S. Upon passing the exams, she worked for seven years at Black Creek Veterinary Hospital in Middleburg, Florida. Her goal had always been to open a practice of her own, and in December of 2006, Bartram Trail Veterinary Hospital opened its doors. When Dr. Davis is not being a doctor, she spends time with her husband Antonio, and daughter Anna. She enjoys reading, going on nature walks and working in the garden. Dr. Davis has 1 dog (Avery), 1 cat (Mango), and 2 fish.
Dr. Toffy Blaber completed her undergraduate coursework at the University of Florida with a major in animal sciences and a minor in business administration. She was then accepted to the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated with her DVM degree in 2014. While in veterinary school, she completed several externships at various hospitals around the U.S. and completed a six-week language immersion program in Tokyo. In her free-time, she enjoys being at the beach, trying out local restaurants, and spending time with her 3 dogs (Kuma, Red, and Dakota) and her fiance.
Dr. Joanne Lefebvre Connolly graduated from the University of Montreal in 2001. During her senior year of veterinary school, she completed several externships in highly reputable schools such as Cornell University, Tufts, Colorado and Ohio State Universities. She was one of the very few selected for a year long internship in small animal medicine, surgery and emergency at Michigan Veterinary Specialists, which she proudly completed. She published a scientific & clinical study in the British Journal of Small Animal Practice.
Dr. Connolly has offered an in-home euthanasia service for the past 10 years and has developed an expertise in empowering families to assess the quality of life of their pets and guiding them to make fair and personalized medical decisions for their pets, especially at the end of their life.
In her free time, Dr. Connolly is learning Spanish. She enjoys sustainable living and rescuing animals of all kinds with her husband, such as Majestic the horse, Wilbur the pig, Creampuff the bunny, Daisy the hen, Mocha & Sunny the cats and Yogi & Fuzz the dogs.