Veterinarian. Holly Humphries, DVM. Keys Animal Care Center

Holly Humphries, DVM


Dr. Holly Humphries was born in Suwanee, Georgia and grew up on a small farm surrounded by animals. Dr. Humphries was accepted to North Carolina State University on a cheerleading scholarship in 2006. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science graduating Suma Cum Laude in 2009. She was then accepted into the University of Georgia Veterinary School where she received her doctorate degree in veterinary medicine. Its should be noted that Dr. Humphries was also the assistant cheerleading coach at the University of Georgia during her time in veterinary school.


After graduating she continued to pursue her education and matched with a rotating internship at Lauderdale Veterinary Specialists. She received specialized training in emergency medicine, surgery, neurology, and internal medicine for small animals. She has been practicing veterinary medicine in the Florida Keys for almost 4 years. She started visiting Key West in 2010 and fell in love with the island. Dr. Humphries has special interests in neurology and orthopedics. She is beyond excited to be opening a practice in the Keys!

Dr. Humphrie's personal hobbies include cheerleading, paddle boarding, sandbar trips, snorkeling, and just generally staying active. Currently, she still coaches cheerleading and tumbling at the Key West Sports Academy. Dr. Humphries has one dog, Dory, who is a rescue from the FKSPCA and spoiled rotten.


Amanda Ziegler, DVM

Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Amanda Ziegler was born in Illinois, but moved to south Florida as young child.  Dr. Ziegler graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. (This has set up a fierce SEC rivalry among our veterinarians......GO GATORS!)  Dr. Ziegler’s early career focused strictly on emergency practice. In 2007 wanderlust set in and Dr. Ziegler wandered off to practice in both emergency practices and general practices in Las Vegas, Mississippi, Alabama, and throughout Florida. Dr. Ziegler moved to Key West in 2013 and practiced locally for nearly 5 years.  After Hurricane Irma, Dr. Ziegler moved on to practice in the Cayman Islands and again in mainland Florida emergency clinics as an emergency relief veterinarian. Having the opportunity to come back to Key West for good, as part of Dr. Humphrie’s team, is a dream come true for Dr. Ziegler!

When not at work, Dr. Ziegler is likely to be found in the water. She is PADI open water scuba instructor and loves any and all open water activities. Dr. Ziegler’s other personal hobbies include machine quilting, a houseplant obsession, reading, travel, and hanging with her red dog, Stella, and her orange cat, Raymond.