Our Staff / Meet Our Team






Holly J. Sullivant, DVM

Veterinarian and Owner

Dr. Holly J. Sullivant joined the Palm Harbor Animal Hospital family in March of 2002 and took over the practice upon Dr. Jezek’s retirement in 2014. She graduated from Michigan State University with a BS in Veterinary Science in 1995 and with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1997. Prior to moving to Tampa Bay she worked in well respected small animal hospitals in Miami and Miami Beach where she served a diverse clientele including familiar names such as Gloria Estefan and Ricky Martin. Her patient roster is made up primarily of dogs, cats and small mammals, but she has also treated an eclectic variety of animals including skunks, goats, pigs, turtles, and monkeys. She has written two books on pet care – Ferrets – Our Best Friends and Hamsters – Our Best Friends. Her main focus is in small animal general medicine with a special interest in endocrine diseases, allergies, and dermatology. She is also a Level Two Certified Reiki Practitioner and Pet Communicator. She lives in the Palm Harbor with her two children, three cats, Ginger, Nutmeg, and Cinnamin (the “Spice Cats”) and her dogs, Chumley, a West Highland Terrier, Marlee, a Mixed Breed and Tennessee, a “Tennessee Mountain Dog”.

Jordyn Wirth

Office Manager

Jordyn has worked with animals her whole life including at barns, local animal hospitals and pet day cares. She has many pets of her own, including a horse, chickens, Cersei the dog, cats, and aquarium fish. She joined us in April of 2018 and has quickly become an invaluable member of our team.


Renee Wirth


Renee works part time at Palm Harbor Animal Hospital and My Dog’s Spot. She joined our family in 2010. She has worked in the veterinary field since 2008. Her interests are small animals as well as equine, and she is involved with several Animal Adoption and Rescue Groups in our area and has helped foster and rehome hundreds of dogs and cats. She also works with the Florida Animal Emergency Response team and has responded to animal emergencies all over the country. She shares her home with a menagerie of animals including dogs Gilbert and Raya, Seven, Hermione, and Goliath the cats, Maggie the horse, and her latest foster animals!


Isabella Harrop

Veterinary Assistant/Tech in Training

Isabella first joined us as a volunteer and quickly found her passion for working with animals.  She has multiple cats and dogs including Cooper the beagle that loves to eat.  She wants to become a certified veterinary technician. She joined us in March of 2020 – clients love her friendly caring nature and so do we!.

Kim Shaner

Head Receptionist

Kim has been an integral part of PHAH since 2005! Originally a student volunteer from SPC then first a Veterinary Technician and reception/office manager, Kim has been with us as well as several generations of pets and sometimes even people! Through ups and downs she is one constant that our pet parents and fellow employees are grateful for. She had to take a few years off but we were thrilled when she came back to us! She is the heart and face of our front reception and we so appreciate all her time, dedication, and loyalty. She shares her home with her Chihuahua Mitzi and her Orange Tabby Thomas O’Malley.

Brooklyn Bradley

Certified Vet Assistant

Brooklyn is a graduate of Tarpon Springs Veterinary Science Academy and is attending St Pete College to get her AA.  She plans to continue on and study Science.  She is our most recent team member and has a quiet love for animals and a calm demeanor even in an emergency.  She shares her life with her family and her two pups Stitch and Tyson!




Patient Ambassador

Ladybug joined our family in 2009 at the precocious age of 5 weeks. She has been with us ever since, greeting patients at the door, inspecting bags of pet food, and in general bossing the rest of us around. In her spare time she is a connoisseur of dog and cat treats and likes to take naps on the scale in Exam Room One.



Security Cat

Moose is the strong silent type. He was adopted by Ladybug in 2013 and spends his days pouncing enthusiastically on unsuspecting clients, warning us about the dangers of dogs, and eating as much of Ladybug’s food as he can possible steal. His hobbies include pestering Ladybug and getting underfoot.