Shelly was born in Jacksonville and traveled a lot as a military child, then settled back in the area during high school. She was always drawn to animals and the outdoors, and working in the veterinary field was just natural for her!
Shelly started working at the Animal Clinic of Oceanway in 1996 after graduating college with an Associate’s degree in Zoo Animal Technology. She now serves as a Receptionist and jack-of-all-trades around the clinic.
As a veterinary professional, Shelly especially enjoys the bond created with long-time clients. The clinic has several “family trees” of clients that are a part of the practice and that is very special to Shelly and her co-workers.
Shelly is married to her high school sweetheart, Bobby. They have four wonderful children, Shelby, Ashely, Robert, and Olivia as well as 6 dogs, a cat, a parrot, and a flock of chickens.
When she has time between work, her kids, and her pets, Shelly likes hiking, hunting, photography, gardening, cooking, and painting.
Head Veterinary Technician, Animal Health Care Technician
Born and raised in Nassau County, Florida, Meagan’s veterinary career began when she volunteered at the local Nassau animal shelter. After working as a Kennel Technician at another practice, Meagan’s interest in veterinary medicine grew and she attended an online veterinary assistant school while starting work at the Animal Clinic of Oceanway in 2007. She graduated from Florida State College at Jacksonville in 2015. Megan received specialized dental training under Dr. Ira Luskin at the Animal Dental Training Center in Baltimore Maryland.
Meagan likes conveying important medical information to pet owners and providing outstanding healthcare for their furry children. She enjoys surgery and dealing with hospitalized patients because of the satisfaction the procedures bring.
At home, Meagan lives with her two dogs, Q.p., a terrier mix, and Bowser, a Rottweiler mix, as well as two cats named Shaun White (who sometimes acts more like a dog) and Kilo (who believes she is the Queen of Sheba). Meagan’s personal interests include music, alternative art, and extreme sports.
Greg grew up in Fernandina Beach, where he showed horses regularly throughout his childhood. Working alongside animals has been a part of life for Greg ever since he can remember! Now, he’s able to use his skills to better the lives of the area’s pets as a member of the Animal Clinic of Oceanway team.
Greg’s veterinary career began in his hometown when he signed on at the local animal hospital in 1993. He worked his way up to the Veterinary Technician position, and has served in that capacity ever since. Greg joined the Animal Clinic of Oceanway family in early 2016 and brings with him special passions for educating pet owners on care techniques and performing thorough dental cleanings.
Greg is married and has two sons, both of whom are following in his footsteps and show ponies and pigs in the 4H organization. To this day, Greg is still passionate about showing; when he’s not showing his own animals, he’s helping his kids show theirs!