Taylor was born and raised in Connecticut. At the end of 2015 she decided to make the move to Florida with her mom and sisters to be closer to her grandparents who live here in Naples. Taylor’s always had the passion to work with animals ever since she could remember. She’s had all types of animals from turtles to ferrets to geckos. She went to school for veterinary technology from 2015-2016 and is planning on taking her VTNE national exam to become certified! Taylor has had experience in an emergency care but decided to try out general practice when she started working here in November. With her free time she likes yoga, hiking and kayaking!
Jenna is a native of Southwest Florida. Her love for caring for animals stemmed from always having animals growing up, from Ferrets to Dogs, her family always had animals in their care. In 2009, after feeling a change of scenery she moved to Asheville, NC where she attended Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College and became a Certified Veterinary Technician. After getting married and having their first child Jenna and her husband decided to move back to Naples to be closer to family and the sunshine. She feels very lucky to be a member of the Angel Animal Hospital staff. In her free time she enjoys being on or near the water, shopping, baking cupcakes, loving on her dogs and spending time with her family.
Pammy was born and raised in Ft. Myers, Florida. Pammy attended the veterinary assisting program at South Fort Myers High School and later moved to Orlando and volunteered at a pet boarding/hospital. Pammy has moved back to the area with her husband and two sons to spend more time with family and take advantage of our beautiful beaches. Pammy love all animals, but is particularly partial to German Shepards.
Jenna Visconti, CVT
Lead Surgery Technician
Haylee joined our team in March of 2018. Before starting here she spent 8 years specializing in customer service and 1 year as a technicians assistant. Haylee is very passionate about helping to make our furry friends lives better because she truly believes that they make our lives better. She has lived in Naples, FL her whole life apart from two years she spent in Tallahassee working on her undergraduate degree. She is currently a student at Florida Gulf Coast University in pursuit of her bachelors degree in Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship with a minor in Ethics. She spends her free time outside of work with her family, friends, and fur babies Angel and Rilee.
Tara joined the team in November of 2013. She is originally from South of Pittsburgh, PA where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Waynesburg College. She has lived in Fort Myers, Florida since 2011 and has always had a love for animals. She has never met a stray she didn’t like. She currently owns a cat named Snickers and a dog named Cody. When she is not at the hospital, she spends time with her daughter, Haley, who is passionate about school, reading, softball and animals. Tara volunteers as a manager/coach for San Carlos Little League Softball, which she loves to do. Tara is grateful to be a team member at Angel Animal Hospital and enjoys her days helping her patients live happy and healthy lives.
Office & QC Manager
David began his career with Angel Animal Hospital at the age of 16 caring for boarding pets and assisting throughout the hospital. Upon graduating high school he received his Certification in Veterinary Assisting and a Certification in Phlebotomy. He then graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2016 with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Biology. In a decision to elevate his career in veterinary medicine and animal nursing he attended St. Petersburg College in pursuance of an Associates Degree in Veterinary Nursing. David’s interests include laboratory analysis and sample collection, diagnostics, customer service, and the attention of cats! Outside of work David likes to stay active, SCUBA dive, tend to his home plant jungle, experiences wildlife and the outdoors and, of course, love and care for his two white Siamese/ tabby mixes- Buffy and Bagheera.
Born and raised in Paterson, NJ, Theresa moved to Florida 20 years ago. Theresa has been a veterinary technician for 14 years. She has worked in veterinary orthopedics, cardiology, and internal medicine practices, and has been working at Angel since 2011. Here at the office, Theresa is always the one to make us smile and laugh. Theresa recently graduated from Bonita Springs School of Massage and Cosmetology where she received certification to become a licensed Esthetician. Theresa has a dog named Geddy Lee, and she also has a parakeet. In her free time, she loves spending time with her husband Tom and her son Stephen.
Dr. T has joined the team and will be an incredible asset to the practice. She brings passion, kindness and thoroughness with her excellent medicine to Angel Animal Hospital. We've been working on bringing her in for a long time and we're blessed to be able to announce that she's finally here! Set up an appointment with her to see how well she treats you and your little ones.
Dr. Lea Clem hails originally from the great state of Maine and moved to Florida with her husband, Matt, a golf course superintendent, 10 years ago to be closer to the warmer home of her snowbird parents. Between Maine and Florida, Dr. Clem lived in North Carolina where she obtained a Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Animals, however, were always her passion and when making the decision to further her degree, Dr. Clem chose to follow her heart and obtain her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She completed her preclinical studies at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine on the beautiful island of St. Kitts, and her clinical year at the University of Florida in Gainesville with a special rotation in dentistry. Dr. Clem lives in Estero with her husband, her Chow Chow, Gunner, her cat, Blake, and the latest edition - a kitten named Ollie. She enjoys paddle boarding and anything involving the water, cooking, watching golf and football, and rubbing animal bellies!!
Dr. Pegah Gillette is a native of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and has always had a love for animals. At the age of 15 she started working as a kennel assistant at a veterinary hospital. She worked her way up to a veterinary assistant position and eventually a veterinary technician position. She attended the University of Michigan and Michigan State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. During her summer breaks she continued working as a veterinary technician. After graduating from veterinary school in 2005 she moved to southwest Florida with her husband and their dog. She worked for a small animal practice for 3 years before founding Angel Animal Hospital in 2008 with her husband. She has a special interest in preventative medicine, internal medicine, surgery, and dentistry. She enjoys working with a variety of rescue organizations and helping enhance the human animal bond of her clientele. In her spare time she enjoys boating and spending time with her family, friends, and pets (now 2 dogs and a cat).
Ashley joined the Angel team in the Summer of 2015. She was born in California, has lived in both Arizona and New Hampshire for short periods of time. Ashley decided to leave the cold winters behind and has lived in Naples the last 15 years. Ashley has had a love for animals ever since she was very young. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and fur baby Nala.
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Margaret came to us in the fall of 2016. Originally from Long Island, New York where she owned a boarding kennel for 10 years. After moving to Florida she knew her heart has always been with the 4 legged clients and of course their owners. She loves the interaction working the reception area at AAH. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family & friends near and far, Lola and Snotz her bulldogs, traveling, music festivals & the beautiful outdoors.
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