At Granada Animal Hospital, we’re able to provide the best quality medicine due to the dedication of our amazing team! From our Veterinarians, to our Technicians and Receptionists. We wouldn’t be who we are without this amazing team of caring and compassionate people. Click and drag on one of the profile pictures below to learn a little bit about each of us!
Dr. Shelby Wolfe, DVM, MBA, M.Ag.
Dr. Shelby Wolfe has always had a strong connection with animals. As a child and growing up in Central Florida, she was fortunate enough to have a variety of animals. Dogs, cats, hamsters, rabbits, finches and other small birds, horses, goats, peacocks, chickens and ducks to name a few. Being around and caring for animals has always been normal for her.
Prior to veterinary school, Dr. Wolfe obtained a Bachelors in Animal Science and a Master’s Degree in Agricultural Education, both from the University of Florida. She was a 4-H/Livestock Extension Agent as well as the Practice Manager for a local small animal hospital.
Dr. Wolfe attended St. Matthew’s University School of Veterinary Medicine and North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine to obtain her veterinary degree. During this time she also completed her MBA through Davenport University. After veterinary school, she has worked in small animal practice, Emergency Medicine and served as the Shelter Veterinarian with Halifax Humane Society in Daytona Beach. This variety of veterinary experiences have given Dr. Wolfe the skills and background needed to provide excellent veterinary care to your pet.
Working at the shelter gave Dr. Wolfe great insight about the pet overpopulation issue, homeless animals and the benefits of spay/neuter. She feels strongly about helping those animals in need as well as issues such as spay/neuter and microchipping in case your pet gets lost or stolen.
Dr. Wolfe has a great love for all types of animals. She is eager to meet you and your dog, cat, hamster, bird, or iguana. Whatever type of pet you may have, she will do her best to help you in any way she can!
Zoe W., Office Manager
Zoe has been the Officer Manager with Granada Animal Hospital since June of 2020. She has a bachelors in philosophy and a minor in leadership as a UF 2019 graduate.
She grew up in Falger country and has been working in the veterinary industry for her entire life as Dr. Wolfe is her mother. Her career in the veterinary industry began when she was less than a year old and being carried into the aimal clinic, and continues now as she works alongside her Mom doing business management.
Zoe’s favorite part about her position is getting to work with animals and love on them all as they come in. There’s not a day that goes by that is boring or uneventful in the veterinary industry!
Being that she is the product of entrepreneurial parents, she knew that she was in the right place once she started working alongside her family. There is so much power that can come from working with a family as close as hers.
In her free time, Zoe has a passion for painting, writing, and making jewelry. She also spends time working on her own entrepreneurial art project business.
Doris B., Receptionist
Doris started in the veterinary field 32 years ago to help out a friend. She enjoyed working with animals and their owners so much that it became her career! Over a 20 year period in Georgia she worked at three different veterinary practices. She has worked at Granada Animal Hospital for the past 17 years and has enjoyed working with all of the pets and our amazing clients.
Doris is from Gainesville, Georgia. She and her husband moved to Florida to be close to their daughter, son-in-law and wonderful grandson.
During football season you can find Doris cheering for those Georgia Bulldogs! Doris is also an avid beach-goer with quite the tan during the summer months.
Doris looks forward to seeing you when you come in and helping with your pet needs!
Isabel P., Veterinary Technician
Isabel has four fur babies of her own including one dog, one cat, and two rats! She has worked for Granada Animal Hospital since 2018 and handles many of our pharmacy requests.
In Isabel’s free time she can be found playing with her 2 rats and taking photos of her dog!
Isabel’s favorite aspect of veterinary medicine is pharmacology though she also enjoys the fast paced nature of emergency cases.
Isabel is looking forward to assisting your pets with anything they need!
Aislinn R., Veterinary Technician
Aislinn began her journey in the veterinary field during February 2020. She has two horses, a bunny, and a dog!
Aislinn loves the variety that comes from being in the veterinary field as well as playing with the animals that come into the clinic.
Though not originally from Florida, Aislinn has found her place here at GAH. She also has the hopes of going to Vet school in the future!
Aislinn is excited to help your precious furbabies in any way she can.
Gillian L., Veterinary Technician
Gillian started working at Granada Animal Hospital June 2021. She was born and raised in Ormond Beach, Florida and has a High School Diploma, Associates of Science Degree from Daytona State, and is currently working towards BS in Biology with a focus in Pre-Vet at UCF.
Being apart of the veterinary industry has always been a great passion of hers. She finds gratitude in helping animals that cannot speak for themselves and being apart of a team that provides generous and loving care towards every animal. She loves being able to see a large variety of animals and play with them as they come in but most importantly she loves being trusted by clients to take care of their best friends through sickness or yearly check up’s. She feels every day is a reward helping a sick pet feel even an ounce better.
Gillian knew this was the right profession for her when she got excited to come into work everyday. She is thankful to learn something new every single day and work with such an amazing team that is just as passionate as she is in this field. She feels that making a difference in an animals life is such a rewarding experience that she wouldn’t trade for anything. She loves to spend time with her two dogs and travel as much as possible, the mountains are always calling her name. She is passionate about art and enjoys sitting outside with a good cup of coffee.
Emma H., Veterinary Technician
Born in Orlando and raised in southern Maryland, she eventually returned to Ormond Beach after completing her Associate of Arts degree. Emma pursued her passion for animal care further by obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Stetson University. Currently, she is actively working towards achieving her Certified Veterinary Technician degree.
Emma’s journey into the veterinary industry stems from a lifelong love and devotion to helping animals. Even as a young child, she would rescue turtles from roads and assist ducklings in reuniting with their mothers. Growing up, Emma eagerly supported her aunt on her farm, hand-feeding calves and creating safe habitats for birds. She eagerly took on pet-sitting responsibilities for goats, dogs, rabbits, and other animals in her neighborhood. Emma consistently volunteered her time and efforts to aid local humane societies. Her passion for animal rehabilitation blossomed during summer volunteer work, where she assisted in performing physical therapy and hydrotherapy on animals, witnessing remarkable recoveries and experiencing firsthand the power of rehabilitation. It was during these moments that Emma discovered her ultimate aspiration to become a canine rehabilitation therapist. She finds immense joy in working with animals, as their pure love and gratitude, even without words, are both inspiring and heartwarming.
Emma’s realization that she had found her calling in the veterinary profession occurred when she came across a candid photo of herself assisting with a procedure several weeks into her new job. In that moment, she observed the pride and comfort she exuded while providing care to a fearful patient. Emma saw herself in her element, willing to invest time and affection into each and every animal. The happiness she derives from seeing her patients each day reaffirms her belief that she is in the right profession. Emma’s dedication to her work and her unwavering commitment to providing love and care to all her patients serve as constant reminders of her passion for this field.
Outside of work, Emma has a diverse and scattered family, with members residing in various states such as Maryland, Florida, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, and Illinois, among others. During her free time, she indulges in art projects, expands her knowledge on personal interests, and attempts to organize her collection of eclectic items. Emma aspires to complete her CVT and pursue further certification as a Canine Rehabilitation Therapist through the University of Tennessee, furthering her expertise in animal care and rehabilitation.
Megan F., Veterinary Technician, Kennel Assistant
Megan Froschauer’s presence at Granada Animal Hospital, Palm Coast, since August 2022, represents more than just dedication—it’s a manifestation of heartfelt passion. As a veterinary technician and kennel assistant, her unwavering commitment to animal welfare illuminates every corner of her work.
Having transitioned to Palm Coast with her family from Volusia in 2012 and being a proud graduate of Flagler Palm Coast High School (FPCHS), Megan’s local ties add depth to her commitment. Her cherished experiences with bearded dragons and other reptiles have not only instilled in her a fervent love for herpetology but also a desire to champion the cause of all animals.
For Megan, veterinary medicine was never just another profession; it was a calling. Granada Animal Hospital isn’t just her workplace—it’s home, a place where she’s surrounded by a supportive family that echoes her values and shares in her triumphs and tribulations.
Outside of the hospital’s confines, Megan’s life is a tapestry of rich experiences. From her closely-knit family to her beloved bearded dragons, every aspect of her life is a testament to her beliefs. With a relationship spanning over four years and a vegan journey of six years, Megan’s choices reflect her profound respect for all life forms. Her intrigue for the intricacies of nature extends to her love for entomology, reiterating her belief in the interconnectedness of all beings.
In essence, Megan Froschauer is not just another employee of Granada Animal Hospital. She’s its heart and soul, a guiding light for all who seek inspiration in compassion and unwavering dedication.