Animal Cancer Care Clinic

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The doctors and health care team at Animal Cancer Care Clinic understand this can be an uneasy time for you and your family. We want to assure you that our primary goal in caring for your pet is to enhance their quality of life, and provide the most appropriate treatment solutions to fight their disease. Many new and exciting advancements are now available and today, there are more options than ever before such as chemotherapy, radiation therapy, surgery, nutritional support, acupuncture and clinical trials. We encourage your participation and want you to know that we are committed to helping you through your pet’s treatment process. The close bonds we establish with our patients and their families over the weeks and months under our care, is our great privilege. Thank you for choosing Animal Cancer Care Clinic.

 Meet Our Team of Specialists

Stephanie Correa, DVM
Board Certified in Medical Oncology

A native of South Florida, Dr. Correa obtained her veterinary degree at the University of Florida in 1996, and continued her training with a one-year internship in small animal medicine and surgery at The Animal Medical Center in New York. She began her oncology residency at the AMC and completed it through Louisiana State University, staying on an additional year as a Clinical Instructor in Oncology while becoming board certified. Dr. Correa shares her home with her husband, Tony, her three children, a golden retriever named Saint, a chocolate lab named Speed, and three cats, Mabel, Dice and Nutmeg. Dr. Correa also enjoys writing a weekly column for the Palm Beach Post addressing cancer questions.

Pedro Dominguez, DVM
Board Certified in Medical Oncology
Board Certified in Radiation Oncology

Dr. Dominguez obtained his veterinary degree from the University of Wisconsin, School of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. After three years in private practice in Puerto Rico, Dr. Dominguez pursued additional specialized training, completing a one-year internship in small animal medicine and surgery at VCA West LA, followed by residencies in Medical and Radiation Oncology at Michigan State University. Dr. Dominguez is married and his household includes a golden retriever named Franco and two cats, Coco and Yscha. In his free time he enjoys cycling.

Maria Camps, DVM
Board Certified in Medical Oncology
Board Certified in Internal Medicine

Dr. Camps graduated from the University Autonomous of Barcelona and underwent accreditation of her degree at the University of Tennessee. She completed a one-year internship in small animal medicine and surgery, and after working in private practice, she underwent a two-year residency in small animal internal medicine at Louisiana State University. Dr. Camps moved to NYC and worked as a staff doctor in internal medicine at The Animal Medical Center from 1999 to 2006. During that time she completed her second residency in small animal oncology. Maria’s household includes her 3 dogs and 2 cats.

Carrie Kosarek, DVM, MS
Board Certified in Medical Oncology

A longtime resident of Florida, Dr. Kosarek is happy to be back home after working as a Clinical Assistant Professor in Oncology at the University of Georgia. Dr. Kosarek completed both her Bachelor of Science degree and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Florida and completed a small animal rotating internship at FVS in Tampa, Florida. She completed her residency in Medical Oncology and obtained her Master’s degree at The Ohio State University, becoming board certified in 2004. Dr. Kosarek enjoys spending time with her young son, and running, cycling and practicing Pilates in her free time.

Jeff Weinstein, DVM
Board Certified in Surgery

Originally from Austin, Texas, Dr. Weinstein earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas. Upon graduating, he attended the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. Following a small animal internship in Tucson, Arizona, he then completed a one year surgical internship in Dallas, Texas. He then underwent a 3 year surgical residency in Cheshire, Connecticut, becoming board certified. Dr. Weinstein and his family enjoy living in South Florida and look forward to taking advantage of the beautiful weather year-round.

Evan Sones, DVM, MS
Board Certified in Medical Oncology

Dr. Sones was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He received his undergraduate degree and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Louisiana State University. He then moved to Atlanta, Georgia where he completed a small animal rotating internship at Georgia Veterinary Specialists. He spent the next three years in Alabama completing a Medical Oncology Residency and concurrent Masters of Science in Biomedical Sciences at Auburn University.

Dr. Sones enjoys spending time with his three miniature dachshunds, Piper, Rigsby and Sky.

Anna Gregard, DVM

Dr. Anna Gregard, born and raised in Sweden, moved to the United States over 20 years ago. She obtained her Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees at the University of Illinois. After working in various emergency clinics, Dr. Gregard decided to enhance her emergency training by completing a surgical internship in South Florida.

Her love of animals is shared by her family, as her younger sister is also a veterinarian. Dr. Gregard’s household includes Sophie, a Welsh corgi mix, and a Chihuahua named Izabella.

Paul Rossman, DVM

Originally from New Jersey, Dr. Rossman received his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Upon graduating, he attended the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine where he received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. He then moved to New York City where he completed a small animal rotating internship at VCA Fifth Avenue Veterinary Specialists.

Dr. Rossman is very excited to be joining the ACCC team as an oncology fellow, and will be pursuing a residency in veterinary oncology in the coming year.

Carrissa Wood, DVM

Dr. Wood earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Missouri in 2013, before moving across the country to complete a rotating small animal emergency, medicine and surgery internship at the Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center of Westbury in Long Island, NY. During clinical years at the University of Missouri and internship in New York, Dr. Wood developed a deep interest in the field of Oncology which led her to pursue a specialty fellowship at ACCC in the hopes of moving on to a residency.

Dr. Wood shares her home and off time with three furry companions, two cats and a long-haired dachshund and enjoys running and the easy access to the sandy beaches of South Florida in her free time.

Jodi Levine Timna, MSW
Director of Social Work

Jodi received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania. Upon graduation, she became the Director of Social Work at the school’s Ryan Veterinary Hospital. This position allowed her to combine her love of animals and her joy in helping people. With over eight years of experience, her expertise lies in the human-animal bond and the bereavement process associated with pet loss and terminal illness. She has been regarded as an expert in the field and has lectured on the subject as far away as Japan and South Africa. Now a resident of South Florida, she lives with her husband and two cats, Jaxy and Cleo.

Tony Correa, CPA, MAcc
Director of Finance and Operations

With a Master’s degree from the Fischer School of Accounting at the University of Florida and an extensive background in corporate acquisitions and consolidation of service companies, in 2007 Tony decided to leave his position as the Director of Marketing Operations at Office Depot to devote 100% of his time and expertise to helping Dr. Correa expand the oncology practice. Tony’s previous experience with a Big Six accounting firm and his subsequent corporate project management roles make him especially suited to lead the development of additional clinics. Tony shares his wife’s vision of educating the public about pet cancer and the different treatment options that exist along with making cancer care treatment available to all Florida pet owners and families. The first step in this process was overseeing the Summer 2009 opening of their centralized comprehensive cancer and wellness center in Fort Lauderdale. Tony’s continued focus will be the growth of ACCC and to make their vision a reality.

Our staff also includes a dedicated team of veterinary technicians and assistants as well as client care representatives. Each is specially trained in their respective area of expertise to make your visits pleasant and thorough, answering any questions you may have. And they love your pets - so don’t be surprised if your pet is actually enthusiastic about coming in to see us. We are always happy to see them.