Todd Anderson, DVM, DACT
Dr. Anderson is a graduate of the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in animal and poultry science and a doctor of veterinary medicine. Dr. Anderson is also a diplomat in the American College of Theriogenology which means that he is a boarded specialist in animal reproduction. He has been working at Panhandle Veterinary Services for 28 years. In his free time, Dr. Anderson likes to spend time with his wife, Lorna, and four children, Emily, Abigail, Eliannah, and Asa. He also raises pigs and likes to fish. His inspiration for becoming a veterinarian comes from seeing animals at the fairs in the midwest and watching a veterinarian do a C-Section on his dog when he was 11. Dr. Anderson says that two of his top accomplishments in his professional life include becoming board certified by the American College of Theriogenology and managing to live the life that James Herriot wrote about in his famous books; particularly “All Creatures Great and Small.”
Ann Lindholm, DVM
Dr. Lindholm graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006 as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine with a Certificate in International Veterinary Medicine. She grew up in Sweden and some of her favorite things to do are to spend time outdoors with her family and animals, fishing, and traveling. She notes that one of her greatest accomplishments in her professional life was graduating from veterinary school and that her favorite part of the job is reuniting a healthy patient with its owner. Dr. Lindholm has been a veterinarian at Panhandle Veterinary Services for 13 years. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and Florida Veterinary Medical Association (FVMA). Dr. Lindholm is licensed to practice in Florida, Alabama, and Georgia.
Lauren Hardy, DVM
Dr. Lauren Hardy graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2020, where she served as class president and was highly involved in the Student Chapter of the American Association of Equine Practitioners. Dr. Hardy’s most cherished accomplishments during her time at UF CVM include coordinating hands-on learning opportunities for students with equine veterinarians in the community, completing a research project involving dairy calves, and organizing the highly anticipated 2019 UF CVM Open House. When not studying or participating in extracurriculars, she spent her time in Gainesville competing in the Hunter/Jumper show ring and being (of course) a die-hard Gator fan!
After graduation, Dr. Hardy moved on to complete a large animal rotating internship at Texas Equine Hospital, a referral hospital in east Texas. Here she received advanced training in equine lameness, surgery, and medicine (including neonatal care). Dr. Hardy’s professional interests include sports medicine and surgery, but she is excited to offer all-around care for anything your horses need.
During her free time, Dr. Hardy enjoys spending time with her new husband, Cody, and their two dogs, a golden retriever named Luke and a miniature schnauzer named Belle. As a family, they love to stay active by working out together, taking the dogs to the park, and looking for new activities to try (their latest favorites are ax-throwing and escape rooms). Dr. Hardy is excited to join the Panhandle Veterinary Services team and is looking forward to providing quality veterinary care to your four-legged family members!
John Logan, DVM
Dr. Logan is a graduate of Lincoln Memorial University College of Veterinary Medicine. An avid outdoorsman and Eagle Scout, Dr. Logan grew up in Columbus, Georgia, where he spent his free time hunting, fishing, playing golf, and helping out on his family’s beef cattle farm. He is also a graduate of Berry College, earning a B.S in Animal Science with a minor in Chemistry. While earning his degree at Berry, Dr. Logan worked all four years for the Berry College Beef Unit and Berry Angus, which began his passion for beef cattle medicine and theriogenology. While cattle is his passion, he enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine and is looking forward to helping you with all of your animals, large and small.
Sherie Graham, DVM
Dr. Graham grew up in Graceville, Florida. She attended the University of Florida where she obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to attending Veterinary School, Dr. Graham attended the University of Florida on an athletic scholarship for gymnastics. She has two daughters, Haylee and Rylee; one dog, Bailey, and two horses, Bella and Buttons. She has been a veterinarian at Panhandle Veterinary Services for eight years. Dr. Graham has wanted to be a veterinarian since she was five years old. She has a deep passion for helping animals. She notes: ”I love surgery, medicine and cardiology in small animals and equine lameness. I love conquering the challenge of diagnosing and treating animals and sending them home happy and healthy.” Dr. Graham is a member of the Florida Veterinary Medical Association (FVMA), American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), and American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP).
Kelli Gibbs, DVM
Dr. Gibbs is a 2019 the University of Florida graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She grew up in Citra, Florida on a family-owned Christmas tree farm. In her spare time, she likes to go to the beach, explore state parks or trails, and bake. Dr. Gibbs notes that her inspiration for becoming a veterinarian is: “I was very active in 4-H growing up. I liked learning about animals, showing them, caring for them. I also liked how diverse a veterinarian’s role can play in human life, from keeping the market animals in our food chain healthy and safe for consumption to preventive care for pets who are treated as part of the family