Dr. Jo Ann Daniels & Associates
17945 State Road 54, Lutz, FL 33558
Dr. Jo Ann Daniels & Associates
17945 State Road 54, Lutz, FL 33558 813-926-1126
Dr. Daniels is involved in many community organizations and events, locally and regionally. As a member of Disaster Animal Response Teams, she became FEMA ICS certified and worked with other veterinarians to organize the Tampa Bay Regional Disaster Symposium. The Animal Veterinary Medical Foundation awarded a grant for this symposium and it is accredited by the Florida Veterinary Medical Association. She is also a guest lecturer and teaches disaster medicine to veterinarians and ways veterinary hospitals can prepare for events.
Dr. Daniels has been featured on The Weather Channels Animal Storm Stories as she volunteered in Punta Gorda after Hurricane Charley. They documented her relief efforts and mobilization of the community to help animals and their families.
Locally, Dr. Daniels is the Co-Founder of the Pasco Hernando Veterinary Medical Association, and is an a member of the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce. She volunteers as Chair of the Pets Emergency Training Services to teach First Responders and Firefighters emergency aid, CPR, and Oxygen administration for pets. She is a member of the Florida Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Daniels is also a two time FVMA Gold Star Award recipient for her Outstanding Contributions to Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Daniels' family includes three dogs and two cats. Gator, a jack russell terrier, Austin a shepherd/lab mix, and Marmalade a ginger domestic shorthair cat. Gator was a stray hit by car that Dr. Daniels and Dr. Griffin (from Animal care center) surgically repaired fractures to both his rear legs. He had a successful recovery and has a spunky character. Austin is a rescue dog found playing in traffic. Uninjured but also unowned, he joined the Daniels family. Marmalade was found by Dr. Daniels sister after receiving a tip that she was thrown in a dumpster. After surviving an illness, she is living a very healthy life. The new feline edition to the family is Duckie - a domestic shorthair kitten rescued by the Humane Society of Tampa Bay. Just 12 weeks old - it was love at first paw - she is getting adjusted to the Daniels household in a playful yet mischievous way. The newest canine addition is Rocky. Rocky was an abandoned dog that was heartworm positive and needed extensive surgery to repair lesions to his skin and musculature. Dr. Daniels and her staff volunteered to surgically repair Rocky's wounds and treat his heartworm disease and in the process of his foster care at Dr. Daniels' house, he became a permanent part of the family.
Dr. Jo Ann Daniels and her staff share the philosophy of treating animals and their families as if they are our own. We understand and respect the close bond you share with your four legged family members.
Dr. Jo Ann Daniels is our small animal veterinarian and the Medical Director of Central Pasco Veterinary Care. She graduated from the University of Florida
College of Veterinary Medicine.
Her interests include companion animal medicine, soft tissue surgery, dental procedures, and preventative veterinary health care. Her past experiences include small animal companion care, emergency veterinary care, mobile veterinary medicine, adjunct instructor of veterinary technology, St. Petersburg College and teaching veterinary students at the University of Florida, small animal I.C.U.
Dr. Nadia McLean
She is a past-president of the Hillsborough County Veterinary Medical Society from 2010-2012, and a board member from 2009-2012. She was also the secretary of the Hillsborough Animal Health Foundation from 2008-2012. Dr. McLean has participated locally in the Great American Teach-In since 2012. She is currently an active member of the Pasco County Veterinary Medical Association and AVMA. Dr. McLean’s interests are in senior preventative medicine, internal medicine, surgery, and feline medicine. Dr McLean is a Certified Fear Free Practitioner and is trained in Feline Friendly technique.
Dr. McLean, her husband, and their two boys share their family home with several pets. She is active in her local and community church. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends as well as camping, hiking, canoeing, and cooking. Dr. McLean’s philosophy is to treat animals and their families as if they were her own. She understands and appreciates the human animal bond and strives diligently to help the members of your animal family.
Dr. McLean was born in Trinidad and Tobago, in the West Indies. She has lived and worked in the Tampa Bay Area most of her life. She received her Bachelors of Science degree from the University of South Florida in Tampa, FL in 1995. She received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree with honors from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. After graduation from veterinary school, she completed a rotating internship in internal medicine, critical care, surgery, and emergency medicine at Florida Veterinary Specialists. She received the Florida Veterinary Medical Association Gold Star Award in 2012 for outstanding service to the veterinary community.