Eric Weman, DVM
Dr. Eric Weman received his degree of Medico Veterinario in his natal Argentina in 1993. After practicing in Buenos Aires, he emigrated to US and revalidated his degree in 2003 at the University of Florida – College of Veterinary Medicine.
He worked for a corporate owned practice until June 2010 when he opened Everglades Animal Hospital.
He is married to Silvina and has 2 daughters, Sol and Sophie, and his dogs Pucca (English bulldog) and Lola (French bulldog).
He loves rugby and outdoor activities; his main interest is internal medicine.
Jenifer Gomez has been working in the animal field for more than 10 years, passing through all the different positions of an Animal Hospital, from reception to treatment area.
She is fluent in English and Spanish and has excellent customer skills. She has a beautiful son named Joaquin and a French bulldog named Ivy!
Melissa Rosa-Grant has also been in the animal field for more than 15 years. She began working as a Pet Care Specialist in 2003 and then continued in the field until now. She is also a Certified Medical Assistant Technician.
She is fluent in English and Spanish and is experienced in all areas of being a Veterinary Technician.
She is married to Reysol Grant, and has a daughter named Minmay and a son named Reyme. They live alongside their pets Logan and Bitcoin.
Grace Slaton studied and graduated from Florida State University with a degree in Biology and a concentration in Animal Sciences. She has been working in the animal field for more than 8 years and the veterinary field for about 4 years. She is also a Certified Medical Assistant Technician.
On her time off she enjoys participating in outdoor activities and going on adventures with her miniature dachshund Gibson, whom she adopted from Dachshund Rescue South Florida. She also volunteers at the South Florida Wildlife Center where she works with injured and orphaned wildlife commonly found in Florida.
Nathalie Avendano graduated from West Broward Highschool and their veterinary program where she received her certification as a veterinary assistant. She is currently studying to become a licensed veterinary technician. She started off volunteering at Everglades Animal Hospital and this experience sparked her interest in becoming a veterinary technician.
She has two dogs named Marley and Mickey. Her favorite animal is cows, but she enjoys working with dogs and cats mostly. In her free time she likes to volunteer at beach clean ups and go roller blading with friends.