Dr. Elliott is a native of the Midwest, growing up in small town Iowa. His love for animals early in life put him on track to becoming a veterinarian. He received his undergraduate from Buena Vista University before obtaining his doctor of veterinary medicine from Iowa State University in 1995. After Practicing five years in Minnesota, Dr. Elliott found his way to fun and sun in Florida and has practiced with Animal Care Center INC. ever since.
In 2008 Dr. Elliott completed training at the University of Tennessee for Certification in Canine Rehabilitation. This became a special interest of Dr. Elliott’s after realizing he could offer more to his patients that were recovering from surgeries, suffering injuries, arthritis and obesity or needing more physical fitness.
Dr. Elliott lives with his wife, Dr. Kim Cox who is a veterinary surgeon, a beautiful daughter and a house full of pets.
When away from the hospital he enjoys spending time with his family, singing with the church praise band and when possible playing golf and fishing.
Gwenn started at Best Care in 2008 and brings over 18 years of veterinary experience to our practice. Gwenn graduated from Central Caroline Community College in 1997 with an Associate of Science in Veterinary Medicine; she then took her board exams to receive her designation as a registered veterinary technician (RVT). After several years in two-doctor small animal practice Gwenn became a clinical technician with Internal Medicine at NC State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Teaching Hospital. In 2003 Gwenn moved back to Florida and worked at one of the local emergency clinics. After several years in emergency medicine Gwenn longed for another aspect of veterinary medicine, at this point she discovered canine rehabilitation and started the course through the University of Tennessee to receive the designation CCRP (Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner). Gwenn works closely with Dr. Steven Elliott in Best Care’s rehabilitation program. She has a passion for helping dogs become strong as well as healthy weight management and has helped many obese patients with weight loss programs.
Aside from her human family Gwenn has a Doberman (Gunny). She has a passion for raising orphaned squirrels, spending time with her family and running.
To learn more about our Rehabilitation Program, download our PDF.