Kim Domokos, DVM
McClurg Animal Medical Center Director
Dr. Kim Domokos received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from St. Georges University in 2009. She joined SPCA Florida in July of 2012 with the opening of the new McClurg Animal Medical Center. Prior to working at SPCA Florida, she worked as an Associate Veterinarian in small animal practice for two-and-a-half years.
Dr. Domokos obtained her undergraduate degree in Biology at Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida, in 2004. She completed many hours of volunteer work here at SPCA Florida prior to pursuing her dream to become a veterinarian. On her time off, she enjoys relaxing with her husband Derek and her three dogs: Monkey, Reese and Snickers.
Alexander Cole, DVM
Dr. Alexander Cole graduated from the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine in 1997, a fact he won’t let us forget by constantly wearing purple and gold. In his many years of veterinary practice, he has run the gammit of experience variety. He has worked in an exotics only practice
in New Orleans, he has done surgical device testing, he has worked for two different zoos, and most recently he has been in small animal private practice. Dr. Cole has been affiliated with SPCA Florida for a little over two years, both in a full-time capacity and performing surgery on a relief basis. Dr. Cole served in the United States Army National Guard.
In his free time Dr. Cole enjoys singing and dancing, stemming from his formative years when he toured with Duran Duran in the mid-eighties. He has recently been contacted to perform the lead in an off-Broadway production of “Mr. Clean: The Musical” which will showcase his talents and freshly shaved, shiny bald head. The plays writer/director Spinderella (of Salt-n-Peppa fame) reminisces about Dr. Cole from her early days as a DJ opening act for Duran Duran: “Of course, we didn’t call him Dr. back then, but he had raw, natural talent, something that can’t be taught in college. When I started this project, I wrote it specifically with him in mind. He just has this clean, soapy aura about him. Plus he shaves his head!”.
Dr. Cole shares his house with his soulmate, Missy and some number of kids, there are just so many that they are sometimes difficult to keep up with. And many animals. Lily is a Bosta-wawa (half Boston Terrier, half Chihuahua) that he rescued from SPCA Florida in 2013. Cooper is a Boston Terrier that was rescued from Hillsborough animal services. Fury the Guinea pig lives upstairs in his sons room, Ender the bearded dragon is downstairs. George, Crash, Lyrical Gangster, Han Solo, Priscilla and Mishell are tortoises that have their own paddock. Pyp is an
orphaned crow that shares the lanai with several finches. And last but not least, Noodle, Dumpling ad Nugget are chickens that have a portable coop in the back yard.
Sharri-Eve Gross, DVM
Dr. Sharri-Eve Gross received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. She joined SPCA Florida in January 2015 and brings 10 years of veterinary experience, including animal shelter medicine. Prior to joining SPCA Florida’s medical team, Dr. Gross worked as a veterinarian at Chenango Animal Hospital in New York and at Furry Friends Adoption & Clinic in Jupiter, Florida. She also has a wealth of experience working at numerous animal medical centers and clinics prior to obtaining her degree.
Kristi (Pippin) Tsang, DVM
Dr. Kristi (Pippin) Tsang received her Bachelor of Science from University of Florida in 2008. After working as a veterinary technician for 2 years Dr. Pippin decided to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian after being accepted to Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She graduated in 2013 after completing her clinical year at Louisiana State University.
Dr. Tsang has a special interest in feline internal medicine and surgery, shelter medicine, and small animal acupuncture.
In her free time, Dr. Pippin enjoys spending time with her family and playing various types of games. She shares her home with two rescued kitties named Holly and Squiggles, and two guinea pigs named Apple and Brownie.”