• Hospital Manager

    Lisa Freemyer

    It’s hard to explain WHY I love Veterinary Medicine so much. Like many in the field my love of animals began as a young child at my grandfather’s farm in Virginia. To me it was the most magical place on earth. I loved helping him care for the chickens, collecting the eggs and feeding the cows.

    I feel very blessed to have found a career that offers me a touch of everything I love; animals, medicine, organization and business.
    I believe in our ability to make a difference with our clients and their pets. I love that I work for a company that has the same ideals that I have, and that I belief in.

    So I guess “my why” is I BELIEVE in what I do each day, and believe that I make a difference, and it flows through to my team, to my clients and to their pets.


     I have been married for over 25 years and have four grown children. I have been in the Veterinary field for 13 years. I enjoy spending time with my family, which includes my dogs Goose and Teddy, as well as my cats Neo and Emma.   


  • Assistant Manager

    Joe Beck
    Veterinary Tech School: DCCCD

    I've been working with animals and wildlife rehabilitation since I was 15 years old, and I've been with the VCA family for 4 years. Helping animals has become my life, and I feel lucky to have a job with a company that cares about animals as much as I do.

    I was born in the Hudson Valley in New York and moved to South Florida in 2011.  I have two devon rex kittens named Bug and Monkey.  I completed my animal science through AAHA's VTNE distance education program while working as a tech.  I enjoy fishing, Crossfit, music, and the beach.



  • Assistant Manager

    Goose Freemyer

    My name is Goose and I am four years old.  I love to perform my tricks for all the children that come to my mom's hospital.  I love to watch them giggle and sometimes...they give me a goodie.  Yea, I'll do anything for a goodie.

    When I am not working, I really enjoy playing frisbee, agility, lure coursing and CHASING SQUIRRELS.