Emergency Vet Care 

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Emergency Vet Care servicing all of Southern Hillsborough, Temple Terrace, Brandon, Valrico, Seffner, Riverview, Sun City, Ruskin, Plant City, and Gibsonton

We are open at night, all weekend, and all major holidays, with a full staff of veterinarians and technicians in the hospital at all times, allowing complete continuation of care for your pet when your family veterinary office is closed.

Our Doctors / Our Staff

Dr. Annazette Sloley

Medical Director and Emergency Veterinarian

Dr. Annazette Sloley is the Medical Director and primary emergency veterinarian at the Animal Emergency Clinic of Brandon. She graduated in 2012 from St. George’s University in Grenada. She worked as a General Practitioner and associate veterinarian for Banfield Animal Hospital in New Jersey and was the Director of a New Jersey animal shelter. Dr. Sloley was hired at the Animal Emergency Clinic in August of 2020 and became the Medical Director in August of 2021. In her off-time Dr. Sloley enjoys anime, swimming, reading, and traveling. She has two cats, Lincoln, and Jefferson, who are her whole world.

Dr. Brandon Cochran

DVM

Born and raised in the neighboring Pinellas County, Dr. Brandon Cochran returned to Tampa to practice Veterinary Medicine in 2021. 

Dr.Cochran received his Bachelors from Florida State University, and later his DVM from Ross University. During Vet school, he was involved in both the Sea Turtle Monitoring network and the pathology club (in which he was president). 

Clinically, his interests include emergency medicine (obviously) but soft tissue surgery and traditional eastern medicine as well. 

At home, he loves to spend time with his 3 cats; Ollie, Suki, Khaleesi and his dog Bodhi. 

 

Dr. Renee Kalaf

DVM

Though she graduated from Louisiana State University in May 2023, Dr. Renee Kalaf has been in the veterinary field since 2013, working as kennel staff, veterinary assistant, and veterinary technician before receiving her DVM. In veterinary school, she concentrated in exotic medicine but fell in love with the diversity and unpredicability of emergency and critical care. In her off time, Dr. Kalaf enjoys video games, gardening, and painting. She has two dogs, three cats, a bearded dragon, six hens, and two geese.