Dr.Moses Kawalya DVMDiplomate ABVP (Canine & Feline) - Veterinarian / Owner
Moses Kawalya DVM, graduated from veterinary school in Uganda in 1993. He successfully completed the requirements of the Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates in 2001 at Tuskegee University. He worked as a veterinarian in New York for 2 years before moving to Florida where he has been practicing since. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (Canine and Feline Practice). Dr. Kawalya loves to work out at the gym, play tennis, and swim. He lives with his family and 2 dogs.
Ieshia RoachOffice Manager
Ieshia has a strong passion for caring for all animals since a young age. Moved from New Jersey to Tampa and loves working for Pet Point Animal Hospital. She is a college junior studying Integrative Animal Biology at the University of South Florida. She has plans to further her career into zoology/ marine sciences. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, music & trying new food.
Katie RussellVeterinary Assistant
Katie found her passion for animals at a young age, from working with horses in training and raising show pigs for her local FFA chapter, to volunteering at vet clinics to build her sense of animal knowledge. She has recently obtained her CVA (Certified Veterinary Assistant) and plans to follow her career by becoming a certified veterinarian herself, working with all animals, big and small. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her cat Sandy, practicing photography, and longboarding.
Mariah ReddickVeterinary Assistant
Mariah has had a love for animals ever since she was little. She loves working at Pet Point Animal Hospital where she can help make a difference in animals' lives. She graduated from USF with a Bachelor's degree in Health Science and looks forward to furthering her education in the veterinary field. In her free time, she loves to spend time with her pets, write, travel, listen to music, and try new food.
Jody ParkVeterinary Assistant
Jody has found great amount of joy taking care of animals and helping to improve their quality of life. She studied Zoology at the University of Florida. Before working at Pet Point Animal Hospital, she had been devoting her time in volunteering at the animal shelter and the University of Florida small animal hospital. She plans to further her career in the veterinary field. During her free time, she likes to watch movies, listen to music, cook and bake.
Amanda WattsVeterinary Assistant
Growing up, Amanda was the kid that brought home strays and wildlife despite her mother's frustration. This love of animals drew her to volunteer at an animal shelter as soon as she turned 16. Her hard work earned her a job at this animal shelter and she's been working with animals ever since. Amanda has 5 years of experience working with animals of all types and temperaments; she is also a certified Cat Behaviorist through ABC (Animal Behavior Collage) and did an internship at Big Cat Rescue. At home, Amanda has one dog, three cats, and a ball python. She enjoys drawing, reading/writing, and playing video games.