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Dr. Jennifer Kesler, DVM, with some canine friendsDr. Jennifer Kesler, our Chief of Staff, graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. She joined the Oaks Veterinary Hospital family in 2008, after practicing in Ocala for several years. Some remember Dr. Kesler from her previous year as a receptionist with our animal hospital. She has special interests in veterinary dentistry, oncology, internal medicine, and dermatology.

Dr. Kesler enjoys spending time with her husband, Nick, a computer programmer, their three kids, two dogs, three cats, and leopard tortoise. She especially enjoys agility training, competing with her dogs, as well as reading and baking.

Dr. Molly King, DVM, with some canine friendsDr. Molly King grew up in Plantation, Florida and moved to Gainesville to attend the University of Florida. She earned two undergraduate degrees (journalism and animal sciences) there and went on to earn a DVM degree from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. Some of Dr. King's veterinary interests include pet dentistry, soft tissue surgery, dermatology and nutrition.

In her spare time, Dr. King enjoys horseback riding, dog agility, hiking, traveling, and going to Orange Theory. Her husband is sometimes able to rope her into bass fishing with him. They have three dogs, Colt and Scout, who are hound mixes, and Hopper, a border collie mix.

Dr. Andrew Kicera, DVM with catDr. Andrew Kicera grew up in Fairport, NY and now lives right here in Gainesville. He attended the Rochester Institute of Technology for undergraduate studies and later the University of Florida where he earned a DVM degree. Dr. Kicera's has a special interests in radiology and soft-tissue surgery.

Dr. Kicera has two dogs, Lu and Pringle, as well as four cats, Mickey, Hannah, Oni, and Belly. In his spare time, he enjoys mountain biking, hiking and snorkeling or scuba diving in the reefs.