VCA Wiles Road Animal Hospital

Veterinary Support

  • Technician Supervisor

    Bianca Feliu

    A native Floridian, I am lucky to share my home with quite a menagerie including 3 dachshunds, 3 rescue kitties, a hedgehog, a bearded dragon, a dart frog and a large saltwater aquarium.  I have a special interest in exotic medicine and when I'm not working you can usually find me fostering a stray or in the kitchen baking.

    Ever since I was a little girl I have loved all kinds of animals and I knew I wanted a job working with them when I grew up. Now that I am all grown up I love animals even more and wouldn't dream of working anywhere other than with animals. Being a veterinarian technician allows me to help animals in so many ways. I know that each day I come to work I am making a difference in an animals' life in some way or another and that makes me feel complete. Animals have taught me how to really love, strive, fight and be passionate about my job. All animals need someone to be their voice and who better than me.

  • Technician

    Michelle Escott

    I am a native Floridian and can't think of anywhere better to live than here in sunny South Florida with my pit bull Blueberry.  When I'm not at work, I like to spend time at the beach fishing, snorkeling and diving. 

    Ever since I was a little girl I knew animals were my calling. I know how it feels to be on the other side of the exam room table-questions that need to be answered and decisions that need to be made. I do this to help owners make those important decisions: help them cross the line and teach them to be better pet owners, as well as helping my patients walk out healthy and comfortable. It gives me immense happiness knowing I did the best job possible, so when I go home at night I can rest assured my furry or feathered friends have received the best loving care they deserve.

  • Technician

    Michael Greve

    I grew up in upstate NY then decided I needed some adventure and moved to sunny South Florida with my French Bulldog Bruno and my cat Binx.  In my spare time I enjoy cooking, arts and crafts and puzzles.

    Animals are around us constantly and when they are not you can feel their absence and question the silence. A pet always seems to know what you are in need of most, whether it is the need to smile and laugh after a long day, a companion to sit and comfort you or to have someone there just to be doted upon. Animals have played an important part in teaching me many of the values that need to be learned in this life. They have taught me about compassion, patience and understanding. They have made me feel loved and helped me feel and cope with loss. I have also learned that it is important to stop, relax, and project a positive energy for not only myself but for those around me. They have and continue to provide me with so much that I feel the need to do all I can to make their lives as comfortable and as enjoyable as possible. I feel that it is a privilege to be able to connect and help beings so special.


  • Technician

    Stacy Hudak
    School: Florida State University, BA, Biology w/ minors in Chemistry and Literature

    I have always loved animals and have been interested in Veterinary Medicine.  I graduated from the Florida State university with a degree in Biology and minors in Chemistry, Literature and Religion.  

    Outside of working at the hospital, I spend my time with 3 cats, 2 dogs, a bearded dragon, a dart frog and a ball python.  I enjoy reading, hiking, any outdoor activity as well as dog training.

    I work in the veterinary field because it is the perfect fit for me; it combines my love of animals with a challenging work environment where I can continually learn and grow. It also supports my career choice goal of becoming a veterinarian. Nothing could be more test worthy then working in the field of choice to help solidify a career path choice.

    Also I love a challenge, even in the day-to-day activities, from discovering what is wrong with our patients to the challenge of forming a treatment plan and following through. Learning about medicine and science has always intrigued me- from learning about organ systems to the parasites that infect them. I enjoy meeting new people- especially people that love their animals as much as I do. In the veterinary field, it’s not just about helping animals, but also helping their people. Of course, my love of animals ties everything together. I love all animals- whether they are dogs, cats, ferrets, snakes, lizards, or fish. Animals brighten my day and have impacted every facet of my life. I could’t imagine going to work and doing anything else.

  • Technician

    Courtney Rinehart
    Veterinary Tech School: Veterinary Technical Institute of Pittsburgh

    Born and raised in North Canton, Ohio, I moved to Florida in 2009.  I share my home with a wonderful pit bull named Romeo and my cat Pierce.  In my spare time I enjoy fishing, four wheeling, jet skiing and listening to music.

    As long as I can remember I have wanted to work with animals, not only because I love them but to be able to help them. Being a technician is not for the faint of heart and many skills and limits are tested on a daily basis. There is a poem that does an amazing job at putting what we do everyday in perspective.

    I am…A nurse, an anesthesiologist, an x-ray technician, a candy striper, a maid, a janitor. A surgery assistant, a loving hand, a pharmacist, a teacher, a mortician, a coroner, a shoulder to cry on, a friend to cry with, a sucker for a furry face, a lover of all pets, a face to lick, a midwife, a delivery nurse, a Lamaze coach, a dental hygienist, a mediator, a vets best friend, a pets best friend, a babysitter, a physical therapist, a mother/father, a play mate, a chew toy a protector.

    I can…Make the pain go away, save a life, see what’s wrong, clean anything, ease a mind, fill drug orders, show the right way, end suffering, give kisses, clean teeth, help someone to do the right thing.

    I have…A strong stomach, a big heart, a thoughtful mind, the strength to do the right thing(even when it hurts), the ability to fall in love in 5 seconds and have the deepest love for all creatures.

    I am a technician.

    This job may make you exhausted, stressed and a little dirty sometimes but I would’t change it for the world. Because not only do I get to do what makes me happy, I can be something more for my patients, a friend and a voice.


  • Technician

    Cynthia Rodriguez

    I was born in Medellin, Colombia. I have a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology/Psychology from the University of Florida; An Associate of Arts degree from Palm Beach Community College and am currently working towards becoming a certified Veterinary technician through Penn Foster. I have been working with animals since I was 18 years old. I began my career volunteering for the humane society, and different rescue organizations throughout south and north Florida. I soon began volunteering at veterinary hospitals and started working with veterinarians in my native Colombia during my summer vacations. There is nothing I love doing more than working with my patients. I have worked in emergency veterinary medicine and specialty, but there is definitely no place like home when it comes to doing what you love. I went back to general practice and can truly say I have never been happier. I work with an excellent group of individuals, and amazing veterinarians that have nothing but compassion and devotion to their field. I still do love my emergency medicine, but nothing beats healthy puppy kisses and baby kittens purring their way into your arms.

    When asked why I do what I do, I find my eyes swelling with tears, because only one name comes to mind, Evelyn. I lost her at only 6 months of age and in a very tragic accident. Nothing can compare to the pain and anguish one feels when a beloved pet is lost, and it was this pain that drove me to become a veterinary technician. I love getting to know the clients, their pets, and overall knowing that what I do matters to them. I know that I cant save every animal that walks through the door, but the ones that I do, are my homage to Evelyn and to my sweet boy Kaleb who I lost late last year. This is why I go to work everyday, because in the eyes of those unfamiliar, sometimes familiar, scared, and very ill patients, I see my own dogs and cats. It is in those eyes that I know, I owe it to every single one of them to do my best to help get them home. I do what I do, because I couldn’t see myself doing anything else. To me every dog and cat that comes through the door is my own in some way or another, and I feel obligated to offer them the same compassionate care and love I would to my own critters. I went into this field to help save animals, to comfort the ailing, to console the dying, to help heal the sick, but above all, to return the love that they have bestowed upon me.

  • Veterinary Assistant

    Cindy Brunetto

    Cindy was born in Manhattan, New York and is currently working towards her degree at Florida Atlantic University. She shares her home with her three dogs Bam Bam, Rocky and Tutti. During her free time I enjoy baking, traveling and arts& crafts.

    "Be the Voice for those who Cannot Speak."  This is the quote that most inspires me to work in the field of Veterinary Medicine.  Animals have always been such a large part of my life and have filled my world with such happiness. 

    Working here at VCA Wiles Road, where I am surrounded with colleagues who show such compassion makes coming to work not much like work at all.  I love to look into the eyes of our patients and know that I have been able to comfort them. 


Specialty Care

Sometimes sick or injured pets need the care of a veterinary medical specialist. When that happens, VCA specialty hospitals work closely with the general practitioner veterinarians who refer cases to us in order to provide seamless veterinary care to your pet. When your pet is facing any kind of serious illness or injury, our specialty referral hospitals will provide the compassionate and expert care your beloved pet needs.

Our goal is to make sure that when you and your pet are in need that you have access to board certified specialists who are up to date on the very latest developments in their field. In our state of the art hospitals, our specialists also have access to the most sophisticated diagnostic and treatment tools and techniques from ultrasonography and endoscopy to CAT scans and even MRI.

As part of the VCA family, we have over 83 specialty hospitals across the US and Canada which provide referral specialty care, so there may be one near you. Our specialized services include: behavior, cardiology, critical care, dentistry, dermatology, integrative medicine, internal medicine, neurology, oncology, ophthalmology, radiology, rehabilitation, reproduction, and surgery.

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Emergency Care

In case of emergency, please call us immediately at 954-752-1879.

Our hours are:

Monday  7:30 AM to 8:00 PM
Tuesday thru Friday 7:30 - 7:00 PM

Saturday 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

If it is after hours, please contact:

Pet Emergency Center  located at 7110 N. University Drive  @  954-726-0998

Pet Emergency Center located at 921 E. Cypress Creek Road @ 954-772-0420