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Dr. Mole, who is originally from Central Florida, began his career in veterinary medicine in middle school, working as a technician in a veterinary practice. He went to the University of Central Florida for three years, and graduated from Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2009.
Dr. Mole had a special interest in research during veterinary school and had the opportunity to work as a research assistant in the department of internal medicine at LSU School of Veterinary Medicine in Baton Rouge, studying ingestible wireless medical sensors (SmartPill®} in dogs. Following veterinary school he worked as an associate veterinarian in Central Florida for five years before becoming the proud owner of Seminole Animal Hospital.
Dr. Keener earned his doctorate of veterinary medicine from Mississippi State University in 2016 and graduated from the University of Florida with a Master of Science in Toxicology (2012) and Bachelor of Science in Animal Sciences with a minor in Fisheries (2007). He worked for corporate veterinary medicine from 2016 to 2018. He special interests in aquatic animal health, exotics, and furthering medicine through research and community outreach. Dr. Keener was a combat engineer in the U.S. Army and served as a NATO peacekeeper in Kosovo. He has two cats, a 3-foot prehistoric catfish named Ox, and three freshwater planted tanks including a 10 ft tank. When he’s not at the clinic, Dr. Keener enjoys spending time with his family and cave diving.
Dr. Cafiero earned her doctorate of veterinary medicine from Ross University, and completed her clinical year at the University of Florida in 2016. She has worked in multiple different fields and settings of the veterinary industry including corporate medicine, relief medicine and even mobile medicine. She is currently taking classes at The Chi Institute for veterinary acupuncture. Her other interests include exotic mammal medicine, Chinese herbal medicine and ultrasonography. She has three very spoiled cats. In her free time, Dr. Cafiero enjoys spending time with family, traveling and live music.