Dr. Jacqui Olson is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Animal Hospital of Dunedin. Dr. Olson earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Florida in 2011, graduated with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from University of Florida in 2015, and is currently enrolled in the Chi Institute for her Masters of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Olson is certified in Veterinary Acupuncture, Veterinary Tui-Na, Canine Rehabilitation Therapy, and Veterinary Food Therapy. Her areas of professional interest include Traditional Chinese Veterinary medicine, rehabilitation, and geriatric medicine.
Inspired to work in the veterinary field by her sister-in-law who is also a veterinarian, she thinks the best part of working in the veterinary field is getting to be a part of a pet’s extended family and watch them grow throughout the years.
Originally from Indian Rocks Beach, she grew up in Belleair Beach and currently resides there with her husband, Nick, and son, Caleb. Dr. Olson also cares for her two dogs, two cats, and a horse. A fun fact about Dr. Olson is that veterinary medicine runs in her family, as she is one of four veterinarians in her immediate family!
Dr. Allison Schnoke, DVM, CVA is a Veterinarian at Animal Hospital of Dunedin. She graduated from the University of Florida with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2011 and attended Affiliated Veterinary Specialists in Maitland, FL for her rotating internship. Her areas of professional interest include Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, preventative medicine, dermatology, soft-tissue surgery, critical care, and pain management.
Knowing she wanted to pursue her dream as a veterinarian, Dr. Schnoke began working in the veterinary field in 1998 as a Veterinary Assistant. She says the best parts of her job are forming relationships with both people and animals.
Growing up on the East Coast of Florida in a town called Rockledge, Dr. Schnoke recently moved from Raleigh, NC where she worked as an ER veterinarian and a medical director for the past 6 years. She shares her home with her shelter dog, Willow, and rescue cat, Krysta. In her spare time she enjoys running with her dog, golfing, and going on adventures to places she’s never been. A fun fact about Dr. Schnoke is that she is learning to sail and plans on retiring on a sailboat one day.
Dr. Emma is the newest Associate Veterinarian at the Animal Hospital of Dunedin! Dr. Emma received her Bachelor of Science in 2016 from the University of Central Florida and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University in 2020. Dr. Emma began working in the field as a veterinary assistant in 2008 and became a veterinarian in September of 2020. Her areas of professional interest include preventative medicine, soft-tissue surgery, alternative medicine, and dermatology. From an early age, Dr. Emma knew she wanted to become a veterinarian because her family constantly took in abandoned or sick animals, which turned their home into a mini zoo. Dr. Emma's favorite part about working in the veterinary field is building lasting relationships with pets and their owners. Dr. Emma is from Largo, FL and she has two adopted coconut retrievers named Dobby and Potato, an island cat named Monty, and two American cats named Loki and Luna. In her free time, Dr. Emma enjoys running, obstacle course races, spending time with her pets, and watching hockey.
Dr. Cuypers received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Florida in 1992. After two years in general practice, she completed a residency in Internal Medicine at Louisiana State University. She is a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and has been in private referral practice since 1997.
Her mobile service brings the state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and the specialist to our practice, making it more convenient for our clients and patients. Dr. Cuypers will discuss treatment options directly with you and your doctor thereby reducing the need for later diagnostic testing off site. On-site diagnostics also facilitates the ability to initiate a faster therapeutic plan.
Dr. Cheryl Caputo graduated from the Ohio State University in 1978 and did further study there in Outpatient Care and Internal Medicine. She and her husband moved to Daleville, Virginia where they built and operated a veterinary clinic for 26 years. Although the practice began as a conventional veterinary practice, Dr. Caputo developed the alternative side, and their practice became the first to offer alternative veterinary medicine in the Roanoke Valley area.
After moving to Florida in 2008, Dr. Caputo set up a house-call practice in the Clearwater area offering alternative therapy for pets in the comfort of their homes. She works closely with Animal Hospital of Dunedin, so her patients have access to all the services they need - including x-rays, ultrasound, diagnostic testing, dental care, surgery, or hospitalization if needed.
She is an active member of the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) and the AHVMA (American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association). She regularly participates in continuing education in both conventional medicine and alternative veterinary medicine. She is certified in Acupuncture from the Chi Institute and is certified in Ozone Therapy as well. She has had training in nutrition, nutritional supplements, homeopathy, and kinesiology.
Dr. Caputo has three grown sons. She shares her home with two cats that needed homes. In her spare time, she enjoys working out at the gym, ballroom dancing, tai chi, and bicycling. She is active in her church and she volunteers to help run a non-profit organization that helps rehabilitate inmates.
From a young age, Bayleigh always wanted to work with animals. In the veterinary field since 2018, Bayleigh says the best part about her job is the bond you create with the clients and their pets. She also finds it great seeing pets who have been hospitalized leave happy and healthy.
Bayleigh, a Pinellas County native, lives with her three crazy huskies/husky mix Marvel, Sabrina, and Storm. She also has a potbelly pig named Lilly. In her free time, she enjoys going to the beach and walking her dogs on the trails.
Conveniently located off of Main Street on the corner of Pinehurst Road and San Christopher Dr.