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Dr. Nina (Morusiewicz) Krajewski was born in Sarasota, Florida. She attended the local schools and graduated from Cardinal Mooney High School. Dr. Nina then attended Barry University in Miami Shores, Florida where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. She was also part of the Barry University NCAA Volleyball National Champion Team. She was then accepted into the University Of Florida College Of Veterinary Medicine and graduated top 10% of her 2002 class. Dr. Nina spent the first several years at Shaffer Animal Hospital in Oviedo, Florida since graduating as well as the 3 location of Veterinary Emergency Clinic’s in the greater Orlando area.
Dr. Nina and her family are excited about the move back to the Sarasota area. She is happy to be home again, making new memories with her husband Mike, son Daniel, daughter Sofia and dogs Troy & Coco, and cat Chaia.
Dr. Del Anderson is originally from Snellville, GA and moved to Sarasota after receiving his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. His professional interests include pet surgery, cardiology, and pet nutrition and weight management. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Florida Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Anderson is engaged to his fiance, Deidre. He has a Yellow Labrador retriever named Jake. He is an avid Auburn fan and enjoys sports, cooking, and working out. War Eagle!
Dr. Lyda Torres speaks both English and Spanish at both our Sarasota and Parrish locations. Dr. Torres received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the Universidad Nacional de Columbia in 2003. She joined Dr. Nina's Animal Hospital in 2018 after working for 12 years as a veterinarian at a national veterinary organization.
Dr. Torres also volunteered as a veterinary surgeon for the Animal Rescue Coalition in Sarasota performing spay and neuter surgeries for the community.