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 such as dogs, cats, hamsters, rabbits, finches and other small birds, horses, goats, peacocks, chickens and ducks. Being around and caring for animals has always just 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, iguana, etc. Whatever type of pet you may have, she will do her best to help you in any way she can!