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Visiting veterinary specialist at Keys Animal Care Center.

Jennifer Bibevski, DVM, DACVS

Dr. Jennifer Bibevski, DVM, DACVS is an Ohio native who graduated from The Ohio State University, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. She then completed a medical internship at the Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital in Ohio followed by 4 years of specialty surgical training in Small Animal Surgery, which included soft tissue, orthopedic and neurological surgery. 

She is board certified and is a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgery or ACVS, the highest level of surgical training and certification in veterinary surgery. Her specific clinical interests include critical care medicine in surgical patients and minimally invasive techniques including arthroscopy and laparoscopy.  She has undertaken additional training in human intensive care units as well as training in advanced human laparoscopy laboratories allowing her to bring state of the art care to your pet’s most complex problems. 

Her clinical experience has included veterinary education and practice in Australia, USA and Europe.  She is a volunteer surgeon for multiple South Florida Zoos and has been consulted to provide surgical expertise and anesthesia management for exotic species.  She is currently active in research projects involving cardiac surgery for animals 

Her extensive experience in all aspects of small animal surgery, her technical expertise, impeccable client interactions and a level of service above and beyond has made Dr. Bibevski one of the most sought after small animal surgeons in the region. 

Her passion for doing the right thing for animals has led her to create a charity foundation in Bitola, Macedonia (Europe) who’s mission is to foster sustainable interactions between humans, animals and the environment.  The charity foundation is working towards providing spay/neuter programs, veterinary care to stray animals and to those that can’t afford care and bringing dog parks back to densely populated cities. 

Dr. Bibevski takes pride in the fact that clients are always advised on what is best for their animal whether or not that includes surgical intervention. 

When she is not working, she likes reading for leisure, relaxing in the sand, playing the piano and spending time with her two horses, “Pace” and “Moose” and her rescued German Shepherd, “Ty” 



Dr. Tocci completed her undergraduate education at Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Laboratory Science.  She then completed a fellowship in Blood Banking and Transfusion Medicine through the American Red Cross and has worked for 15 years in the area of human Blood Banking and Transfusion Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston Massachusetts. She subsequently went to vet school and graduated with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Tufts University, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. After receiving her degree she completed a one year rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston, where she stayed on to pursue a residency.  She completed her residency in Emergency Critical Care in July of 2008 and received her board certification from the American College of Veterinary Emergency Critical Care. Until recently, she worked as the Department Head, Intern director, and  staff criticalist at Lauderdale Veterinary Specialists in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She has lectured extensively, authored a number of journal articles and is one of the authors of a book chapter for the first veterinary transfusion medicine textbook. Her professional interests include veterinary hematology & transfusion medicine, fluid resuscitation, and intraoperative cell salvage, as well as management of polytrauma. She has also had many years of volunteer experience and has helped animals around the world. She has been on two of the United States humanitarian missions, a vaccination campaign in Goa India with Mission Rabies, numerous spay/neuter missions with World Vets International Aid for Animals, as well as the Iditarod every year in Alaska. 

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