Dr. Lauren Rawlins
Dr. Rawlins grew up in Flagler County, FL, with a dog, cats, hamsters, and rabbits. She also raised goats through FFA and always wanted to become a veterinarian. She majored in zoology and minored in wildlife ecology and conservation at the University of Florida, then worked as a technician at a small animal hospital for a year and a half. She received her DVM from St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine in Grenada, followed by clinical training at the University of Minnesota. She is currently becoming acupuncture certified through Chi University.
Dr. Rawlins enjoys teaching and communicating with clients about their pets, as well as creating relationships with her patients and clients. She also enjoys practicing preventative medicine.
She and her husband, Brandan, share their home with a beagle named Bo, a pothound (an island street dog from Grenada) named Louise, and cats Fenwick, Madeline, Arthas, and Pumpkin. In her free time, Dr. Rawlins enjoys dancing, musical theater, eating ice cream, and traveling.