Dr. Natalie Carrillo
Through our partner practice Equine Internal Medicine Consulting we provide care to our equine patients in the field.
Dr. Natalie Carrillo a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) obtained her veterinary degree in the year 2000 in Maracay, Venezuela. After a 1 year internship at Peterson and Smith equine hospital in Ocala FL, Dr. Carrillo completed a 3 year residency in large animal internal medicine at the University of Florida, and was a lecturer and clinical instructor for a one year period after that. In her time at the University of Florida Dr. Carrillo published research articles, book chapters, was chosen as resident of the year and given the Phi Zeta research award.
After creating and establishing an equine internal medicine service for a private practice in Andalucia, Spain. Dr. Carrillo returned to Florida and has been providing comprehensive equine veterinary care in south Florida since 2010.
It is Dr. Carrillo’s goal to provide prompt, kind and personal attention. To help improve and maintain your horse’s health through preventative medicine; and through communication and educational material help you understand your horse’s health and concerns if illness should occur.
Dr. Daniel Diklic
Dr. Ante Daniel Diklic or better known as Dr. D obtained his degree in veterinary medicine in the year 2001 in Venezuela and obtained his accreditation by the American Veterinary Medical Association in 2004 after completing a clinical year at the University of Florida.
South Florida became his home in 2008 where he worked for a large companion animal hospital for 3 years before starting his mobile veterinary practice in 2012.
Dr. D is known as a sincere, patient and compassionate veterinarian that will always do his best to help and guide you in order to provide the best care for your pet.
Dr. Allison Cannon
Dr Cannon grew up in North Carolina and started her involvement with horses at the age of 7 focusing on hunter jumpers, Dressage and cross country.
She completed her undergraduate education at the University of North Carolina, then completed a masters degree in neuroscience at the University of Miami. Dr Cannon attended veterinary school at the University of Florida graduating in 2003, culminated an internship at the university of Pennsylvania, and a residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine at UC Davis and is a Board Certified Internist.
Dr Cannon has continued to be involved in equine sports throughout her career and decided to combine her horsemanship knowledge and experience in the sport with her interest in rehabilitation medicine. Therefore, in 2018 she completed an equine rehabilitation certificate program and became a certified equine rehabilitation practitioner.
Dr Cannon will be available for preventative care appointments, as well as rehabilitation consults.
Within her rehabilitation consults Dr Cannon will help you improve your horses physical condition through specific exercise programs designed to target areas where muscle development is not optimal, to help strengthen problem areas and improve flexibility. She will also be able to provide a clear and specific program of rehabilitation exercises if your horse has suffered an injury.
Dr. Weston Davis
Dr. Davis graduated from the University of Florida College Of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. After graduation, Dr. Davis completed his internship in Sports Medicine and Surgery at Oakridge Equine Hospital, followed by a residency in Equine Surgery at North Carolina State University. In 2012, he became board certified in Large Animal Surgery by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons.
Before joining Palm Beach Equine Clinic, Dr. Davis spent 1.5 years as a staff surgeon at a private practice referral center in Texas, and has authored and co-authored publications on topics including colic surgery in performance horses, MRI diagnosis of tendon lesions, and novel imaging and surgical techniques.
Outside of the clinic, Dr. Davis is an avid sportsman and his hobbies include team roping, fishing, hunting, waterskiing and almost any outdoor activity.
Amanda Devoto is one of our 2 veterinary assistants.
Amanda is a college student, aspiring veterinarian and animal lover that has been working with veterinarians since 2009, she has vast experience in all the aspects of veterinary assistance including gentle restraint, venipuncture, and anesthesia among others.
Amanda will also assist you with scheduling and billing delicate tasks she handles with great tact and impeccable manners.
Alyssa Smalley is one of our 2 veterinary assistants that help us with our patient care, scheduling and billing.
Alyssa has been involved in the south Florida equine community from a young age, she is currently attending college and aspires to be a veterinarian. She is kind, gentle and hard working, a welcome addition to our team.