Meet Our Team

Dr. Norbert Christmann DVM

Dr. Norbert Christmann Was Born In Melfort Saskatchewan Canada, He had worked a variety of jobs in northern Canada centering around construction and maintenance of hydro electric projects before turning his attention to the Veterinary field. He Completed his under graduate studies at The University Of Manitoba and attended The Western College Of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada, graduating in 1994. Since then he has worked at a variety of mixed animal and small animal practice's in western Canada, South Dakota and here in Florida. A resident of Florida since 2008 his outside interests include, Motorcycles, Audio, Scuba diving, and trying to Keep up with his Wife.

Mrs. Adrienne Christmann

Mrs Adrienne Christmann Was born In The Pas Manitoba Canada where she attended high school. She initially worked for a paper mill in The Pas where she met her Husband Dr. Christmann. Since then she has been an integral part of Dr. Christmann's veterinary career, managing both of the clinic's they have owned together. Those of you who know her, know that her compassion knows no bounds, she is frequently in the kennel watching, caring for and comforting the animals. She has, and will, through that compassion, continue to save the lives of our little friends. And of course she will keep the Doctor in line.

Ms. Millie Heinen

Ms Millie Heinen was born In Miami Florida attended high school at south Dade Senior High School. Millie found her way to the Animal Clinic of Wekiva when she met Dr. Christmann on the job at another Veterinary Clinic. When Dr. and Mrs Christmann opened The Animal Clinic Of Wekiva Millie was a clear choice to come with and help start the new clinic. She has a strong work ethic, but is quiet and reserved. She is currently in the process of becoming a Certified Veterinary Technician and should be complete sometime in 2016. Millie has a dynamic personality and loves to help our fur babies.

Ms Daniela Perez

Ms Daniela Perez was born and raised in Columbia, She moved to Florida in 2007. After graduating from Ocoee high School in 2012 she decided to further her education by attending The Orange County Technical college West Side campus Where She completed the Veterinary Assisting Program receiving her certification in 2014. Since then she has worked closely with Dr. Christmann and has gained the knowledge and skill that have molded her into an excellent Veterinary Assistant. She has a passion for helping animals and wouldn't want to be doing anything else.

Mrs Abbie Pickens

Born and Raised in Auburn Alabama, i always had horses, ducks, hamsters and of course cats and dogs. After college I married and moved to my husbands hometown her in Central Florida. Unsure what my career held I began working as a bather in a pet salon and instantly knew I had found my passion!

I attended the Florida Institute of Animal arts and upon graduating in 2007 began my grooming career. I am knowledgeable in all breed patterns and specialize in scissor work.

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