Dr. Koehler is originally from New Jersey where she was raised with dogs, cats, and horses, which inspired her passion for veterinary medicine at an early age. She received her undergraduate degree in Biology and Psychology from Tufts University in Boston. Dr. Koehler then went on to Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in Ithaca, NY for her veterinary degree.

After vet school, Dr. Koehler moved down to sunny south Florida where she has worked in general practice, community/shelter medicine, and HVHQSN surgery. She is also certified in canine physical therapy and rehab through the University of Tennessee’s CCRP program.

Dr. Koehler’s professional interests include shelter medicine, surgery, wound care, and increasing access to vet care. She is incredibly excited to be a part of the Furry Friends team and cannot wait to meet everyone involved with this prestigious organization and provide the highest quality care to our shelter patients. In her spare time, Dr. Koehler enjoys traveling, hiking, running, paddle boarding, cooking, and snorkeling.

She is working on visiting all of the US National Parks – and has visited 33 so far! She lives in Jupiter with her husband, their rescued Golden Retriever, Parker, and fluffy black cat, Luna.



Dr. Carroll received her veterinary degree from the prestigious Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.  Prior to attending Cornell, she played collegiate soccer while obtaining her bachelor’s degree in biology from St Mary’s College of Maryland.  

In 2014, Dr. Carroll moved from New York to Florida – trading in the snow for the sun.  She loves anything outdoors, especially taking her pit bull mix, Noah, to the dog beach, and spending time with her handicapped kitten, Boo.  Aside from practicing conventional veterinary medicine, Dr. Carroll is certified in veterinary acupuncture, laser therapy, and massage.



Dr. Christine Platt grew up in central Florida. She received her undergraduate degree from  St. Leo University and received her DVM degree from Lincoln Memorial University in Tennessee.

Outside of work, Dr. Platt enjoys camping with her husband, spending time with family, Disney, and cheering on Florida State University sports. Dr. Platt has a full household with her two dogs (Daisy and Max) and her two cats (Nala and Ahsoka). Her special interests include dermatology and client education.