Sree Reddy, DVM
Dr. Sree Reddy graduated from veterinary school in 1997 and obtained his Masters Degree in 2000. He has been practicing veterinary medicine since 2000, and moved to Florida in 2004. He enjoys treating all pets but is passionate about holistic medicine, acupuncture, LASER therapy, and laparoscopy. He is a member of the FVMA, AVMA, PHVMA, VIN and a Committee member of our Pasco County Animal Services Advisory Committee.
Briefly, the committee acts in an advisory capacity to the Pasco County Board of County Commissioners in matters involving the animal population within the county by furnishing information, advice and counsel to the Board in respect to the appropriate means and methods by which the county may adequately provide for protection of its animal population, while at the same time protecting the citizens of the county from unwarranted intrusions by uncontrolled animals.
Audrey Guida, DVM
Dr. Audrey Guida grew up in Rochester, New York. She graduated from Purdue University in Indiana with a Bachelor’s in Animal Science. She received her doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Ross University. Dr. Guida has a special interest in soft tissue surgery. She is also a member of AVMA and VIN. She has a coconut retriever she adopted from St. Kitts named Eli and a rescue kitty named Lance. She loves to travel, see new movies, and have fun with her friends.
Dr. Guida is also Fear Free Certified.
Courtney Pellerin, DVM
Dr. Courtney Pellerin grew up near New Orleans, LA. Ask anyone in her family and they’ll tell you that her love for animals started when she dressed up as a veterinarian for career day in 1st grade. Since that day, she spent her time working with multiple animal rescues, volunteering at the local aquarium, and even traveling to Australia to study wildlife conservation. She is a proud Auburn University grad with a Bachelor’s of Science in Zoology with a minor in Animal Science. She received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Louisiana State University. Her special interests in veterinary medicine include preventative care and client education, ultrasonography, dentistry, and nutrition. She is also an active member of AVMA and Fear-Free Certified. She has a furbaby of her own, a lab/ blue heeler mix named Calypso. She was rescued while Dr. Pellerin was in vet school performing relief work during a flood in Baton Rouge, LA. In her free time, Dr. Pellerin loves to watch sports (especially football), go to Disneyworld, whip up some new recipes, or explore her new city with her husband and dog.
Jalan Wishik, DVM
Dr. Jalan Wishik was born and raised in Tampa, FL and she received her Bachelor of Science from Florida State University, with a major in Biological sciences and a minor in Chemistry. While originally planning to go to medical school to pursue human medicine, her family dog of 18 years became very ill while she was away at school and hat became a pivotal moment in her career change to veterinary medicine. She then worked at an animal hospital for a year and half to gain animal experience, while also volunteering at a primate sanctuary and a big cat animal rescue. Before she knew it moved to Knoxville, TN where she attended the University of Tennessee to receive her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. She is a loyal member of the AVMA and is fear-free certified. She has a special interest in surgery, holistic medicine, and strives to gain more experience with exotic animal medicine. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, cooking and baking, practicing yoga, and spending time with her two daughters, Gia, a pocket pit, and Eve, an Irish Wolfhound.
Debra Deem Morris, DVM, DACVIM
Dr. Morris attended Purdue University from 1972 through 1974 and was admitted to veterinary school after just two years. She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1978. Dr. Morris graduated first in her class and was awarded the Upjohn Award in Clinical Proficiency for both large and small animals.
After veterinary school, Dr. Morris completed an internship at Purdue University and a residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. She passed the exam and became certified as a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 1983. Since then, Dr. Morris served on faculties of veterinary schools at the University of Pennsylvania, University of Georgia, and University of California School of Veterinary Medicine, where she taught veterinary students in the clinical setting and conducted research. She is the author of over 200 scientific publications and book chapters. After leaving academia, Dr. Morris served as a staff internist at two different locations.
Dr. Morris loves veterinary medicine because “It provides me with the opportunity to continually learn new things, exercise my mind, fulfill a need in society, act independently and interact with people on a level with which I have great proficiency.”
Dr. Morris is a member of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and the American Veterinary Medical Association. Her professional interests include all aspects of internal medicine and ultrasound.
At home, Dr. Morris has 2 cats, Melanie and Tiffany. Her favorite pet is an American Quarter Horse named Hunter and she spends most of her time outside of the hospital horseback riding and caring for Hunter. Dr. Morris also enjoys movies, plays, and museums, especially contemporary American art. She has three children all the same age, 31-year-old triplets. Her two daughters are nurses and her son is in medical school.