Winter Springs Veterinary Clinic

131 W. State Rd. 434
Winter Springs, FL 32708


Winter Springs Veterinary Clinic - Our Doctors

Dr. Shari Walker

Dr. Shari Walker

Dr. Shari Walker is originally from Lexington, Kentucky, and received a Bachelor's degree in Biology from Asbury University in 2007.  She went on to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian at Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine, where she received the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree.  Dr. Walker joined Dr. Sims and the staff of Winter Springs Veterinary Clinic after graduating in the Spring of 2012.

Dr. Walker is passionate about serving God through small animal medicine, reaching out to people and their pets, and helping enrich the lives of all her four-legged patients.

When she is not at work, she enjoys shopping, scrapbooking, watching Kentucky basketball, biking, and spending time with friends and family.

Dr. Walker is married to her wonderful husband, Jeff. They have a Chihuahua named Winston and three cats, Nemo, Willow, and Bo.

Dr. Caitlin Holly

Dr. Caitlin Holly

Dr. Caitlin Holly grew up in Altamonte Springs, Fl and attended University of Central Florida for her undergraduate degree, where she was awarded a B.S. Biology in 2017. She worked as an emergency veterinary nurse for a gap year before being accepted to the veterinary program at University of Florida. 

While at the UF College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Holly was involved with Veterinarians in One Health, the Diversity and Inclusion Veterinary Alliance, and the student American Veterinary Medical Association. She became certified for Technical Animal Rescue and Fear Free animal handling. 

In May 2022, Dr. Holly graduated, receiving her DVM with professional certificates in Shelter Medicine and Business Management. After searching for a good fit with a clinic near her hometown, she joined the team at Winter Springs Veterinary Clinic. 

Dr. Holly’s passions in veterinary medicine include ensuring access to care and evidence-based pet care resources. Her favorite part of work is building relationships with clients and their pets. She’s eager to share information and collaborate with clients to optimize the healthcare of her patients.

In her free time, she writes a science communications blog, a science podcast, and assists with the monthly newsletter for the One Health Commission. She also enjoys crafting, writing poetry, reading fantasy novels, and playing video games. Dr. Holly lives with her heavily opinionated cat, Lucy, and a Cane Corso named Fenrir. 

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