Sharon Pindar, DVM (General Practice)

Dr. Sharon Pindar graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. She also has a Bachelor’s in Microbiology and Cell Science from UF. Using her background in microbiology, she enjoys disease control and problem solving solutions with limited resources. Her professional interests include herd health, neonatology, clinical pathology, ophthalmology, ultrasonography and surgery. Her interest in animal genetics led to her publication in Human Genetics titled ”Predicting copper toxicosis: relationship between the ATP7A and ATP7B gene mutations and hepatic copper quantification in dogs.” She lives with her husband and their 3 dogs (Cashew, Odin, and Stella) and cat (Pumpkin). Her hobbies include fishing, paddleboarding, camping, and gardening. Dr. Pindar remains active in the veterinary industry as a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Florida Veterinary Medical Association. She is also trained in laparoscopic surgery and cold laser therapy.