Dr. Kevin Adney, DVM, is the Chief of Staff of Day and Evening Pet Hospital! He graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 1982 and was the youngest practicing veterinary in the state at the age of 23.
For Dr. Adney, surgery has always been an area of interest. He has had great experience with several types of surgical procedures: orthopedic, neurological, cardio vascular and soft tissue… just to name a few! In fact, Dr. Adney surgically implanted his first pacemaker in 1983!
Dr. Adney has owned three hospitals in Arkansas over a 20 year period, which he sold in 2007. He’s been the recipient of numerous awards and recognition by the community for his excellent care and professionalism. In an independent poll, he was voted one of the top veterinarians in Garland County, Arkansas for seven years running!
He has two pets: Jerzie and Phish. In his spare time away from the clinic, Dr. Adney enjoys to spend time with his family, exercise, biking and off-shore fishing.
Dr. Richard Borecky, DVM, is a 2003 graduate of Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to attending veterinary school, he was a paramedic in Georgia. Upon graduation from veterinary school, Dr. Borecky completed an equine internship in Ocala, Florida and went on to work with one of the largest thoroughbred racetrack practices in the United States.
In 2005, he switched to his true love of small animal medicine holding positions in general medicine, emergency/critical care and practice management.
He relocated to Richmond, Virginia in December 2011 to join The Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center which was named AAHA Referral Hospital Of The Year during his tenure.
In April 2013, he moved back to Florida to pursue an opportunity with his good friend and colleague, Dr. Kevin Adney.
He is a sportsman, a Gracie Jiu-Jitsu practitioner and enjoys spending time with his wife, their Patterdale Terrier and two cats.
Dr. O’Connor graduated with distinction from the University of Edinburgh in 2011. After leaving Scotland, Dr. O’Connor moved to Costa Rica where she volunteered at a humane society in San Jose and provided spay/neuter services in rural “campañas de castración” (castration campaigns). She then moved to São Paulo, Brazil to work with a small animal orthopedic specialist and gain experience in treating exotic and wildlife species.
In 2012, Dr. O’Connor moved to Delhi, India to teach medicine and surgery to the local doctors at the largest animal shelter in Asia. There she managed the shelter’s Intensive Care Unit and set up SNIP, a spay/neuter initiative program directed at sterilizing and vaccinating street dogs against rabies. After 6 months in India, Dr. O’Connor worked with the US Navy in a civil-military humanitarian mission providing veterinary services to the South Pacific islands.
Dr. O’Connor has been with the Day & Evening Pet Hospital since October 2013. In her free time, Dr. O’Connor enjoys running with her three-legged Indian street dog, Tiger. Dr. O’Connor also enjoys horseback riding, surfing, traveling and studying foreign languages. She is available for consults in English, Portuguese and Spanish.
I am the Office and HR Manager and it is absolutely fabulous to help and coach our team and to make sure that we have very happy customers. Obviously I adore animals and I have a Golden Retriever.
I have been a veterinarian technician since 1992. My passion is helping those who can’t speak! I have worked with Dr. Adney since 2011 and look forward to grow with this passionate team!
I am a Certified Technician and work in this hospital since October 2014. I have 6 cats, 2 dogs, 2 bearded dragons and a red footed tortoise.
I have been in the veterinary field as a receptionist and also a technician since 2008.
I came to work at Day and Evening Pet Hospital in 2012. In 2013, I moved to Portland, OR for family. I returned a year later!
I have one four legged fur baby, a Yorkie named Lilly Mae.
In my spare time I foster for a local rescue and pet sit. I graduated from USF with my Bachelors Degree and planning on returning soon for my Masters.
I have been in the veterinary field since 2004 and have been working at the Day and Evening Pet Hospital since August 2009.
I strive for the safety and well-being of your four legged loved ones. While working with our vets, I will help ensure that your pet gets the treatment and care it deserves to have a long, loving and healthy life for many years to come.
I have been working at Day and Evening Pet Hospital since August 2014. Having two dogs and a cat of my own, I totally understand the amount of care pets need! I look forward to working with you and your own pets to make sure your appointments go as smoothly as possible.
I have been working at Day and Evening Pet Hospital since August 2014.
Having two dogs and a cat of my own, I totally understand the amount of care pets need! I look forward to working with you and your own pets to make sure your appointments go as smoothly as possible.
I have been in the veterinary field since 2011 and have been working at the Day and Evening Pet Hospital since November 2013. Animals have always been a huge part of my life which is why I love this profession so much!
I have a dog named Cami and a horse named Tillie.