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Practice Owner and Manager
Upon her journey to move to the sunshine state in 2015, Haley started her next chapter putting her business education to use. She began working in equine medicine, specializing in surgery, while managing the practice simultaneously. It was during this time that Haley met Dr. Jenna Mollman and the two began to form what would turn into a lifelong friendship and partnership. Working alongside veterinarians geared toward advanced diagnostics and rehabilitation sparked a fondness for veterinary medicine in both small and large animals. Spreading her wings, she opened Tavares Crossroads Veterinary Clinic in the spring of 2017. Developing this practice has been a wonderful journey for both women, and we look forward to what the future holds.
Jenna Mollman, DVM
Meet Jenna Mollman
Born and raised in the south, Jenna Mollman found her love of animals very early in life, and aspired to be a veterinarian for as long as she can remember.
Dr. Mollman attended Colorado State University and graduated with a degree in Equine Science. She then attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, where she graduated at the top of her class! In her final year of veterinary school, Dr. Mollman traveled to the University of Florida for clinical training, working on animals of many species, both small and large. After graduating, Dr. Mollman interned with a mixed animal practice in Orlando, which transitioned into an Associate Veterinarian position. During her tenure as an associate, Dr. Mollman was praised for her ability to diagnose and utilize superior treatment options for her patients. In 2017, Tavares Crossroads Veterinary Clinic had the good fortune to bring Dr. Mollman into the practice full time to take on the role of Head Veterinarian and Medical Director. Haley and all of TCVC have the utmost confidence in her, as this is truly a clinician with the utmost compassion and tenacity to climb any hurdle for her patients and her team.
Dr. Mollman continues to expand her menagerie of 4 legged family members, from cats and dogs to horses and goats! When she’s not in the clinic, you can find Dr. Mollman spending time on her farm with her son Henry, and husband Andrew.
Meet Amanda Dollar
Amanda has been an avid animal lover since she was a little girl. Growing up, if she found an injured or sick animal, Amanda rallied the help of her parents to seek medical care. She could never bear the thought of an animal suffering! Amanda joined Tavares Crossroads Veterinary Clinic in 2021 with 23+ years of animal medicine experience. Amanda was given a wonderful opportunity at age 18, in which she is still grateful, to begin working as a receptionist at her local veterinary clinic, and continued to expand her skillset over time from attending to hospitalized patients, to office management. Presently, you can find Amanda mastering all things administrative at Tavares Crossroads. If there’s a problem of any sort, she can solve it.
Over her years in practice, she has worked with several different rescue groups fostering and helping place animals in their forever homes, even if that turns out to be her own! This includes 4 dogs, (Mercy, Meeko, Paisley and Spencer) and 2 cats Delilah and Mercury.
Amanda has also raised two wonderful children. Joseph, who is a United States Marine, and Gracie, who recently graduated high school with honors. When not in the clinic, Amanda loves to spend time with her husband, Michael and her children. The family enjoys bike riding, bowling, traveling, and all things nature related!
Client Service Coordinator, Technician
Meet Holly Davis
Holly has worked in the veterinary field for over 15 years, and comes to us with experience in both general practice and emergency medicine. She’s worked as an assistant, receptionist and as an ER Doctor Coordinator. She’s passionate about veterinary medicine because she loves educating owners about how to better care for their pets.
A recent Florida addition, she moved here with her dog Rogue, who she loves to take hiking, and her cat Ruttie. She also loves other outdoor activities like backpacking and kayaking and is an avid karaoke singer!
Meet Kerena Tramer
Kerena is a veterinarian assistant who has always had a strong passion for animals from all walks of life. No matter the circumstance, Kerena strives to make a difference, which is what brought her to working in a clinical setting.
After beginning work in a low cost vaccination clinic in 2019, Kerena quickly fell in love with the veterinary field. She is now pursuing her education in veterinary medicine, alongside her work here at Tavares Crossroads. In her spare time, Kerena likes to spend as much time as she can with loved ones and does some occasional karaoke. She is the proud mom to two fur babies, a Husky/German Shepherd dog named Nacho and a cat named Lilly.
Meet Sarah Tucker
Sarah always had a goal of working in veterinary medicine. From a young age she’s been ambitious about working with animals and is working towards a career in marine and wildlife rehabilitation. Sarah graduated from the University of West Florida with a bachelors in Maritime Studies and International Relations, and is currently seeking a Masters degree in Conservation Marine Biology.
During her studies she started her career in veterinary medicine as a technician for a low cost spay and neuter clinic in 2017, where she found a love for small animal medicine. Sarah has now joined the Tavares Crossroads team to expand her knowledge on small animal diagnostics and surgical procedures. Sarah is passionate about client education, and enjoys speaking with pet owners about the needs of their companions.
In her free time she loves spending time with her husband and daughter, and the family can frequently be found at Disney Parks or somewhere on the water!
Meet Aisha Solano