Meet Our Team

Meet the caring staff behind Seven Oaks Pet Hospital

Meet Our Team

Meet the caring staff behind Seven Oaks Pet Hospital .

Veterinarians

Sree Reddy

DVM

Robin Stone

DVM, Senior Medical Director

Debra Deem Morris

DVM, DACVIM

Alyssa Worthington

DVM

Alejandra Navarro

DVM

Management Team

Samantha

Hospital Practice Manager

Veterinary Technicians

Robin

Lead Veterinary Technician

Jamesyn

Lead Veterinary Technician

Anthony

Veterinary Technician

Gabe

Veterinary Technician

Victoria

Veterinary Technician

Amelia

Veterinary Technician

James

Veterinary Technician

Alex

Technician Supervisor

Lynn

Lead Technician

Reannin

Veterinary Technician

Emily

Veterinary Technician

Client Care Coordinators

Leonor

Lead Client Care Coordinator

Janelly

Client Care Coordinator

Callie

Lead Client Care Coordinator

Raymund

Client Care Coordinator

Aley

Client Care Coordinator

Nash

Client Care Coordinator

Mariana

Client Care Coordinator

Cate

Client Care Coordinator

Omega

Client Care Coordinator

Melany

Client Care Coordinator

Veterinary Assistants

Holly

Veterinary Assistant

Elizabeth

Veterinary Assistant

Sydnee

Veterinary Assistant

Justin

Veterinary Assistant

Victoria King

Veterinary Assistant

Anna

Veterinary Assistant

Laura

Veterinary Assistant

Kaylee

Veterinary Assistant

Groomers

Debbie

Groomer

Amie

Groomer

Here To Provide Compassionate Care

Our team at Seven Oaks Pet Hospital looks forward to serving you and your pets. We provide pet wellness exams, pet vaccinations, pet grooming, and much more. Call us today to find out how we can work with you to care for your pet.

Meet Seven Oaks Pet Hospital’s veterinary team treating cats, dogs, pocket pets and exotics in Wesley Chapel, Pasco County, Zephyrhills, Pebble Creek, Lutz, Land O’Lakes, Dade City, Shady Hills, Bayonet Point, Odessa, and Tampa.

Dr. Sree Reddy

DVM, Owner

El Dr. Sree Reddy se graduó de la escuela veterinaria en 1997 y obtuvo su maestría en el 2000. Ha practicado medicina veterinaria desde el 2000 y se mudó a Florida en 2004. Es apasionado acerca de la medicina holística, acupuntura, terapia láser, y laparoscopía. Desde 2009, ha realizado procedimientos de laparoscopía del mismo puerto. Es uno de los pocos veterinarios en realizar este procedimiento y lo ha hecho más de 600 veces.

El Dr. Reddy cree en tratar a cada mascota enferma el mismo día que entran por las puertas de Seven Oaks. Aún en un día completamente lleno de citas, entendemos la urgencia y nos esforzamos por ofrecer atención el mismo día, asegurando que ninguna mascota espere por la atención necesaria.

En 2017, el Dr. Reddy fundó sin fines de lucro la Hermione Duncan Reddy Foundation. La fundación fue creada como un medio de apoyo financiero para mascotas con necesidad de atención médica que sus familias no pueden costear. Desde su apertura, la fundación ha salvado cientos de vidas de mascotas con el apoyo de varias donaciones generosas.

Con el paso de los años, el Dr. Reddy ha capacitado a varios técnicos que han continuado sus estudios para convertirse en veterinarios. Se enorgullece en sus enseñanzas y siempre se toma la oportunidad de educar cuando tiene el tiempo. Transformó Seven Oaks de una clínica veterinaria regular, a un consultorio general avanzado que ofrece ultrasonidos, cirugías invasivas del mismo día, acupuntura y terapia láser, prácticas médicas holísticas, radiología, exóticos, atención dental, tratamiento anti-veneno, y mucho más.

El Dr. Reddy también es un miembro de la FVMA, AVMA, PHVMA, VIN, y un miembro del Comité de nuestro Pasco County Animal Services Advisory Committee. Brevemente, este comité actúa en un carácter consultivo para el Pasco County Board of County Commissioners en asuntos referentes a la población animal dentro del condado, facilitando información, consejos, y asesoramientos para la Junta respecto a medios y métodos apropiados con los que el condado puede ofrecer protección de manera adecuada para su población animal, mientras al mismo tiempo se protege a los ciudadanos del condado de intrusiones injustificadas de animales sin control.

En su tiempo libre, el Dr. Reddy disfruta leer, escuchar música, jugar golf, y pasar tiempo con su perro, Zeus. También ama viajar a lugares históricos alrededor del mundo.

Bio coming soon!

Dr. Sree Reddy

DVM, Owner

Dr. Sree Reddy graduated from veterinary school in 1997 and obtained his master’s degree in 2000. He has been practicing veterinary medicine since 2000 and moved to Florida in 2004. He is passionate about holistic medicine, acupuncture, laser therapy, and laparoscopy. Since 2009, he has been doing single-port laparoscopy procedures. He was one of the few veterinarians to perform this procedure and has done it more than 600 times.

Dr. Reddy believes in treating every sick pet the same day they walk into the doors of Seven Oaks. Even on a day completely booked with appointments, no sick pet ever goes untreated if they walk in the doors of Seven Oaks Pet Hospital.

In 2017, Dr. Reddy founded the non-profit Hermione Duncan Reddy Foundation. The foundation was created as a means of financial support for pets in need of medical care that their families can’t afford to pay. Since opening, the foundation has saved hundreds of pets’ lives with the support of many generous donations.

Over the years, Dr. Reddy has trained many technicians who have continued their studies to become veterinarians. He takes pride in mentorship and always takes an opportunity to teach when he has the time. He transformed Seven Oaks from a regular veterinary clinic into an advanced general practice offering ultrasounds, invasive same-day surgeries, acupuncture and laser therapy, holistic medicine practices, radiology, exotics, dental care, anti-venom treatment, and much more!

Dr. Reddy is also a member of the FVMA, AVMA, PHVMA, VIN, and a Committee member of our Pasco County Animal Services Advisory Committee. Briefly, this 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.

In his free time, Dr. Reddy enjoys reading, listening to music, playing golf, and spending time with his dog, Zeus. He also loves traveling to historical places around the world.

Bio coming soon!

Dr. Robin Stone

Medical Director

Dr. Robin Stone was born and raised in Ohio and has spent the majority of her professional career there. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Akron where she received a Bachelor of Science in Biology. She is a 2008 graduate of Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Stone is passionate about veterinary medicine and believes strongly in the importance of the human animal bond. She has over thirty years of experience working in the veterinary industry. Prior to veterinary school she spent many years as a veterinary nurse, working in both general practice and emergency medicine. Many of these years were spent in the Tampa area. She followed a similar path after graduation and has held positions as both an emergency clinician and general practitioner. In addition to practicing, she loves teaching and has taught several classes in veterinary technology. 

Dr. Stone enjoys spending time with her friends, nephews, and ever-expanding family of furry children. In her free time, she likes woodworking, reading, and seeing a good theatre performance. She is excited to be moving back to Florida where much of her family currently resides.

Dr. 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.

Dr. Alyssa Worthington

DVM

Dr. Alyssa Worthington was born and raised in Tampa, FL. She is a double gator who earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, both from the University of Florida. She has also earned certifications in Shelter Medicine, Veterinary Business Management, and Fear Free Handling. Dr. Worthington loves veterinary medicine because she can use her knowledge and skills to help both pets and people, and she enjoys the diversity of challenges we conquer in veterinary medicine. In her personal time, she enjoys beach days, trail walks, cooking, and spending quality time with her friends and family. She has one rescue cat at home named Booger whom she loves dearly.

Alejandra Navarro

DVM

Dr. Navarro’s journey into the vet world is as much about passion as it is about hard work. She started as a veterinary assistant, then attended vet school, and finally became a veterinary practice owner. She enjoys attending continuing education classes to keep her skills sharp so that she is always on top of the latest techniques in veterinary medicine.

At home, Dr. Navarro’s place is a mini zoo, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. There’s Taquito, the 7-year-old mixed-breed dog with a personality as zesty as his name. Ziggy and Frida are the two rescue cats from the island of Saint Kitts. Mabel and Boogie, the bearded dragons, add a dash of the exotic, and Sprite, the axolotl, is just as cool as they sound. Rounding out the bunch are a lot of fish that keep the place lively. Her home menagerie is a reminder that at the heart of every veterinary professional is a love for animals.

Outside of her passion for pets, Dr. Navarro is also a huge fan of Poison Ivy — yes, the comic book character — with a curated collection of her comic books.

Bio coming soon!

Samantha

Hospital Practice Manager

Bio coming soon!

Robin

Lead Veterinary Technician

Robin is a Florida Native from Ft. Lauderdale, FL. She started in vet med at 17 yr old as a receptionist /assistant for 4 years then decided to become a hair stylist for 20+ years. After having her 2 girls, she was able to go back to school and go back to my first passion: “animals” big or small. She loves them all! She loves the surgery area of the veterinary field. Let’s just say in the veterinary field every day you never know what’s going to walk in that door! She’s a BIG dog mom. She has 2 Great Danes, 3 cats, and many exotic pets too! She loves how the veterinary field has so many opportunities for growth and ways to help our furry friends!

Jamesyn

Lead Veterinary Technician

Jamesyn has been in the veterinary field for the last 3 years and plans on doing it for the rest of his life! He knew that he wanted to be in this field when he realized that he had 22 animals at home and thought he should find a way to make money. His favorite part of working in veterinary is that it is forever changing; there is always something new to learn. Jamesyn completed his CVA at STC and is working on obtaining his CVT. He enjoys various activities like baking, crafting, and singing. Although he no longer has 22 animals, he still has a senior husky with young energy (Peyton), 2 kittens (Milo & Rowena), and 2 boa constrictors (Ron & Mango).

Anthony

Veterinary Technician

Anthony is currently a technician at Seven Oaks. He is from Tampa, FL, and graduated from Leto High School. He loves going kayaking and cooking in his free time, and he loves cats!

Gabe

Veterinary Technician

Gabe has been working in the veterinary field for over 12 years. He originally started as a sign holder for a veterinary clinic dressed as “Clifford” the big red dog. He slowly paved his way from an assistant to technician to leadership in his years in the field. Being a technician is what he loves to do the most. He has a wife with four beautiful children along with a one year old cat named Snow. He’s an avid basketball fan (Boston Celtics fan) and he hopes to continue what he loves to do for many more years assisting our furry friends and providing the best medical quality care they need.

Victoria

Veterinary Technician

Victoria recently moved from Dallas, Texas to continue school here in Florida. She attends USF studying for a Bachelor’s in biomedical science. She has always loved the vet field and plans to continue her education and go to vet school. She has a morkie named Buddy. In her free time she loves to paint and watch new tv shows.

Amelia

Veterinary Technician

Ever since Amelia can remember, she has always wanted to work in vet med. She is currently studying at PHSC and HCC as an arts and science major, and aspires to earn a vet technician certification in the near future. She has 3 young cats; Salchicha, Chuleta, and Garbanzo. She is very happy to be working with Seven Oaks and that her childhood addiction of watching Animal Planet has led her here!

James

Veterinary Technician

James got into veterinary medicine when he was 19 years old. A friend’s mother was a vet and he was offered a job. He worked as a vet tech over the next 12 years before heading off to work as an EMT. After 8 years in ambulances, he came back to veterinary medicine. He has 2 cats, one that is 13 and one that is still a kitten.

Alex

Technician Supervisor

Meet Alex, a dedicated veterinary professional from Tampa. Alex’s journey into veterinary medicine began at the age of 18 when she adopted her first dog. The bond with her dog inspired Alex to dive into the field, fueled by a passion for improving the work environment in veterinary settings and uplifting team morale.

With a love for training and mentoring new assistants and technicians, Alex enjoys sharing her knowledge and fostering a supportive learning environment. Alex’s notable achievements include graduating from the University of South Florida in 2017 and advancing to a management position at her previous job.

Alex’s furry family includes four beloved dogs: Riley, an 11-year-old Lab/Aussie mix and Alex’s f irst sport dog; Jada, an 8-year-old German Shepherd/Rottweiler mix who overcame multiple health and behavioral issues; and Mason and Ari, two adorable Chihuahua mixes aged 3.5 and 1 year. Adding to the joy, Alex also has five cats.

A quirky fact about Alex is her love for falling asleep to true crime TV shows every night.

Alex is committed to creating a positive and efficient veterinary environment and looks forward to contributing her expertise and enthusiasm to the team.

Lynn

Lead Technician

Bio Coming Soon…

Reannin

Veterinary Technician

Meet Reannin, a seasoned veterinary professional with nearly 20 years of experience. Reannin embarked on her veterinary journey in 2005 and has since gained extensive expertise in general practice, oncology, emergency care, critical care, orthopedics, internal medicine, and neurology.

Reannin’s dedication to her field is evident in her commitment to continuing education, with a particular interest in radiology. Her diverse background equips her with a comprehensive understanding of veterinary medicine, making her an invaluable asset to any veterinary team.

Reannin shares her life with two beloved dogs: Gyoza, a 4-year-old Brussels Griffon, and Kyoko, an 8-year-old Belgian Malinois. Both dogs have Japanese names, reflecting Reannin’s Japanese heritage.

Outside of her professional endeavors, Reannin is a full-time student and a passionate CrossFit coach with a decade of coaching experience.

Reannin is enthusiastic about bringing her vast knowledge and positive energy to the veterinary f ield, striving to provide the best care for pets and support for her colleagues.

Emily

Veterinary Technician

Bio Coming Soon…

Leonor

Lead Client Care Coordinator

Leonor has loved working in the medical field for the last 5+ years. Helping those who cannot speak is very rewarding to him. Being able to communicate with the patient’s parents in regards to the health of their fur babies is very rewarding, too. He can speak Spanish and English, and can understand Portuguese as well as French (not a lot). He just purchased a home, which he is very proud of. He has a papillon-chihuahua mix whose legal name is Chiquita Banana as well as a male all white cat with blue eyes named Huey. He is very “bubbly” but nervous at the same time. English is his second language so his spelling can be a little off (he uses a lot of Google)!

Janelly

Client Care Coordinator

Janelly has a mini poodle named Bailey. Working with animals has always interested her. She would love to someday become a vet tech.

Callie

Client Care Coordinator

Callie has had or been around animals her whole life. She absolutely loves animals; dogs & elephants are her favorites. She currently doesn’t have any pets, but her dream dog is a Pitbull or Great Dane. Her goals for the future are to work her way up to Vet Tech and, maybe, one day, work with bigger exotic animals. In her free time at home, she loves watching TV and doing various puzzles/crafts. She has been married for over a year, and she and her husband are expecting our first son this year.

Raymund

Client Care Coordinator

Raymund joined the veterinary medicine field because of the love he has for animals. He grew up on a farm so he is surrounded by animals. He is a registered nurse and working with Seven Oaks, veterinary medicine grew on him. Helping clients and getting appreciated right after you have assisted them is already a huge achievement for him. He currently doesn’t have a pet but has goats, cows, and chickens. In his free time, he is either playing PS4 or watching anime.

Aley

Client Care Coordinator

Aley wants to make a difference in the field of science through research. Aly has had a huge love of animals since childhood and is currently going for her biology degree at USF. Aley aspires to one day open up her own animal rescue. She has 4 dogs named Behto,Oliver, Autumn, and Ella. In her freetime she likes to practice Capoeira, which is a form of martial arts.

Nash

Client Care Coordinator

Nash loves being surrounded with animals, especially aquatic and avian animals. She came from a family that expresses an interminable love for animals, even during childhood, and she was taught to be more caring with rescued avians. One of her goals is to preserve rescued wildlife birds and aquatic animals with a sustainable and livable ecosystem. Her most impressive and relevant achievement was being able to interact, learn more, and expand her knowledge in terms of preservation and nurturing aquatic and avian animals. She has 2 rescued parrots, Kaka (10 /Female) and Rocky ( 8 /Male), both rescued from poachers. One quirky fact about her is that she doesn’t eat chicken, ducks, or geese.

Mariana

Client Care Coordinator

Mariana has had a life-long fascination with veterinary medicine; it has never faltered. Her ultimate goals are to get a degree in veterinary medicine and open her own practice. She has maintained a 4.0 GPA throughout her entire academic career & volunteered closely with animals for the past 5 years all while battling severe ADHD. She has a rescued chihuahua named Ramón, rescued in 2022. A quirky fact about her is that she collects VHS tapes & legos.

Cate

Client Care Coordinator

Bio Coming Soon…

Omega

Client Care Coordinator

Bio Coming Soon…

Melany

Client Care Coordinator

Bio Coming Soon…

Holly

Veterinary Assistant

Holly is working as a veterinary assistant. She is originally from Land O’ Lakes, FL, and just recently graduated from the University of Central Florida. She has rescued hundreds of cats over the past few years and loves fostering them in her free time. Some fun facts about her are: she speaks Spanish, and loves Netflix!

Elizabeth

Veterinary Assistant

Elizabeth was born in Wisconsin and raised in Texas, and recently moved to Florida in 2020. She went to Dallas County Community College where she got certified as a veterinary assistant. She loves working with animals, especially cats, and she aspires to one day be a veterinary technician. She has three adorable cats at home!

Sydnee

Veterinary Assistant

Sydnee is currently a student at the University of South Florida, and is very dedicated to her studies. Sydnee has 3 husky/pom mixes, including her brand new puppy, Lyra. In her downtime, she studies new languages! She aspires to one day be a veterinarian, and can’t wait to learn more about the field in this position.

Justin

Veterinary Assistant

Justin was born in upstate New York and moved to Zephyrhills in 2011. He has 4 dogs at home, Zima the Malinois, Storm the Dutch Shepherd, and Embyr and Fox, both Border Collies. They keep him on his toes, and opened the door for his interest and exploration into the veterinary field. If he’s not in his backyard playing with them, he’s most likely playing video games and laughing with friends.

Victoria King

Veterinary Assistant

Victoria has loved animals all her life, and has volunteered and worked in vet med since the age of thirteen. Wherever it may take her, she’s excited to continue growing in this field alongside her fur-babies! She has an Old Man cat named Charcoals and a mini Golden-Doodle called Max, and they have her entire heart.

Anna

Veterinary Assistant

Bio Coming Soon…

Laura

Veterinary Assistant

Bio Coming Soon…

Kaylee

Veterinary Assistant

Meet Kaylee, a passionate veterinary professional driven by a deep love for helping animals and those around her. Kaylee believes that every living being, no matter how big or small, deserves to be treated with love and care.

With a goal of earning her CVT in the next couple of years, Kaylee is committed to advancing her knowledge and skills in veterinary medicine. She has already achieved significant milestones, such as managing a low-staff situation and efficiently organizing everything for emergency surgeries, as well as preparing patients for their procedures.

Kaylee shares her life with a diverse group of pets, including two dogs: Ellcrys (Elly), a 6-year-old pit mix, and Hades, a 3-year-old wolf mix. She also has a 2-year-old leopard gecko named Toka. Aunique aspect of Kaylee’s personality is her hobby of collecting bones from animals to create art.

Kaylee is dedicated to providing compassionate care and support to both animals and their owners, making her a valuable member of any veterinary team.

Debbie

Groomer

Debbie started grooming more than 15 years ago in San Diego, CA. She’s so happy to be back home in Florida and to be a part of SOPH, where she can continue doing what she loves! She has a cute little sassy Terrier mix named Emmy and her cat’s name is Kitty. Both are rescues. When she’s not grooming, she enjoys baking, decorating, and biking.

Amie

Groomer

Hi, my name is Amie. I’m a mom and dog groomer. I moved from upstate NY to care for my family. Now Florida is my home, and I can’t wait to see all my new kitties and doggies. I have been grooming for 19 years and am passionate about it. All of them are treated as my own and spoiled. I am great with older pets, and puppies are fun, so I can’t wait to see what everyone has to bring me. I’m looking forward to new challenges and wet kisses. I learned to bathe and groom over many years and was trained by an amazing groomer who went to the NY School of Grooming and wanted me to learn all the secrets to being successful and thriving in the veterinary grooming field I love! Many things in life change, but our pets and hearts will always be strong and open to challenges. I have a lot of patience and time for all of you. Come meet me so we can become family friends and someone you can all trust and who will love and care for all of your pets. I have plenty of great reviews and happy clients. I can recognize skin and medical issues, and I have even worked at other vet offices to learn ways to treat and care for pets on their level. I have only worked at two places in NY for most of my years. I’m not a groomer who likes to move around. I want to build a bond with my clients and work at a great location I trust. I can’t wait to talk and meet you all.