Taylor began her career at Sobol Veterinary Hospital approximately two years ago and is a kennel technician. Currently she is attending college and is pursuing a degree in nutrition. She has two dogs named Samson and Capone.
Emelie began her career at Sobol Veterinary Hospital last year as a Kennel Technician. She earned her veterinary assistance certificate this year and has one dog named Dallas.
Sharon has been a client care specialist for Sobol Veterinary Hospital for two years. She previously worked in the accounting field and has 2 dogs named Bubba and Dixie as well as a cat named Smokey.
has been in the veterinary business since high school. His veterinary skills and knowledge are rock solid. His pledge is to provide the highest quality care for his pet patients and unrivaled service for the human clients. He aims to deliver satisfaction to all who enter his hospital by practicing with a great level of professionalism, compassion and attentiveness.
Dr Sobol began his career in the veterinary field as a veterinary technician in 1988 at the North Shore Animal League. He worked at this large, no-kill animal shelter for 9 years. During that same period he also worked at the animal emergency center and several other hospitals. In 1998, Dr. Sobol decided the time was right to pursue his dream of attending veterinary school. His undergraduate work was done at North Carolina State University. Next for Dr. Sobol was Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine followed by clinical training at Texas A&M University School of Veterinary Medicine. He fondly remembers those years as some of the best of his life. “Nothing compares to training for a career you know you will love. Gaining knowledge from some of the greatest veterinary minds is invaluable. Being a veterinarian is such a rewarding job, I will never take for granted the blessing I have received.”
Dr. Sobol has been practicing veterinary medicine in Long Island, New York since 2003. In 2011, he and his family decided there was just one snowstorm too many and relocated to Florida. Dr. Sobol and his wife Michelle have 3 children; Isabella (8), and the twins Connor and Madeline (5). “Tex” is their 12 year old Labrador retriever; he spends his days greeting clients at the hospital and travels home with the doctor each night. Occasionally you’ll even get to meet “Magic”, a stray that was recently adopted by Dr. Sobol.
Erica began her veterinary career over 10 years ago and knows most of our patients on a first name basis. She is a certified veterinary assistant although she currently works as a client care specialist. She is truly passionate about animals and feels that every patient should be treated with care and love as if they were her own. She has a cat named Cylus who she rescued.
Krystal has been working at Sobol Veterinary Hospital as a veterinary technician for the last 4 years and has been in the veterinary field since 2007. She is currently studying Biology and hopes to attend vet school in the future. She loves all animals and has two dogs named Ghost and Orion.
Mani has been working as a technician at Sobol Veterinary Hospital for the last 3 years. She has two cats named Loki and Mrs. Meowgi. She strives every day to make our patients feel comfortable and loved. She spends much of her spare time at Flamingo Gardens and wishes she had more time to volunteer.
Sam has been in the veterinary field for 5 years and has been working as a client care specialist at Sobol Veterinary Hospital for the last 2 years. She is currently studying business management and has a dog named Eddie and 2 cats named Rizzo and Saty.
Jodi has been working in the veterinary field for 16 years and knows most of our patients on a first name basis! She is certified as a veterinary assistant and is our head veterinary technician. She has a great deal of passion for working with animals and values her relationship with co-workers. She lives with her three dogs, Betty Boop, Gracie Blue, and Laci.