Dr. Sam Strauss DVM, Medical Director
A native of New York, Dr. Strauss attended Cornell University as an undergraduate, then completed his veterinary degree at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 1982. Since then, he has been practicing small animal and exotic medicine in the city of Pembroke Pines.
In 1986, he opened Pembroke Lakes Animal Hospital, where he was the owner and medical director. In December 2005, he relocated the office to a larger facility at the current location, and renamed the office Weston Road Animal Hospital.
Dr. Strauss is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Florida VMA, the Broward County VMA, the Association of Reptile and Amphibian Veterinarians, and the Association of Avian Veterinarians. His primary areas of interest include internal medicine, exotic animal medicine, and animal behavioral problems.
Dr Strauss's wife Judy, is an operating room nurse. He has two daughters the elder, Jamie, earned a Masters as a Physicians Assistant in Anesthesia from Emory University College of Medicine and works at multiple hospitals across south Florida. The younger, Melanie, attended the University of South Florida and is currently the proud owner and head instructor of Steve's House of Karate in Cooper City where she teaches martial arts and self-defense. The Strauss family shares a home with three dogs, an African grey parrot, and an indeterminate number of orchids.
Dr. Michael Feldt DVM
Dr. Feldt graduated from the University of Wisconsin - School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. Upon graduation he completed an internship at Garden State Veterinary Specialists in New Jersey. Since that time he has been practicing small animal medicine in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. In his free time he enjoys to travel, fish, and golf. He owns Bruno, a French Bulldog & Sapa a Siamese Mix.
Latte, Our Best Friend
Born in 1996, Latte is a red-nosed American Pitbull Terrier. Originally adopted as our office guard dog, she was quickly promoted to blood donor. She had a blood type which is transfusable to all dogs of differing blood types. Latte saved numerous dogs in their desperate time of need.
We at Weston Road Animal Hospital as well as the Strauss family were deeply saddened by the loss. Latte will be sorely missed by us and all those who were lucky enough to be touched by her presence.
A sincere thank you from those who were saved by your blood transfusions.
LATTE WE LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU!
Margarita loves animals and has been working with animals for the past 15 years. She was born in Columbia and raised in Miami. She shares her home with family and 3 four legged children. Amya who is a amazing 17 years old miniature pincher. She is also the proud pet mom to Mia, a poodle and Chapo, a shitzu. In her spare time she likes to take pictures with her camera and spend time with her four legged children.
Hi, my name is Amanda! I am currently working full time to go above and beyond for you and your furry friends. I've loved taking care of animals my whole life from, walking all of our neighborhood pets, to volunteering at local shelters, and I now have a King Charles Cavalier of my own named Lucy. I can't wait to meet all of you and your pets!