Dr. Clarke was born and raised in Tampa and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation from the University of Florida in 2006. He continued his education at the University of Florida and earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2010, graduating in the top 8% of his class. He then entered private emergency and general practice in Jacksonville before moving back to Tampa and joining Tampa Bay Vets in 2012 at Pebble Creek Animal Hospital. In 2017, Dr. Clarke helped bring All Creatures Animal Hospital into the Tampa Bay Vets family.
His professional interests include internal medicine, oncology, and endoscopy. He holds a certification from the University of Georgia in flexible endoscopy and is certified in PennHIP imaging for the detection of hip dysplasia. He has also received his Cat Friendly Veterinarian and Human-Animal Bond certifications through the American Association of Feline Practitioners and the Human Animal Bond Research Institute, and is a Fear Free certified veterinarian. While he loves the scientific challenges presented by practicing medicine, he feels passionately that the best part of veterinary medicine is caring for the entire family and the ability to improve client’s lives through their pets.
Dr. Clarke and his wife Kim have a son, Hudson. They also share their home with a Standard Poodle (Charlie), an Irish Setter (Emma Rose), and a bearded dragon (Barney). In his spare time, Dr. Clarke enjoys backpacking, fishing, following Lightning Hockey and Gator Football, and most of all spending time with his family.
Dr. Moser hails from Konstanz, Germany, but immigrated with her parents at the young age of 4 years old. She has since lived in Taiwan, California, Florida, Puerto Rico, Nebraska, and Hawaii. She attended the University of Hawaii Manoa and earned a BS in Zoology with honors and a BA in German Literature. She went on to the University of California Davis Veterinary School, where she obtained her degree in Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Moser then made the cross-country trek to join All Creatures Animal Hospital because of the talented doctors she gets to work with, as well as the positive and hardworking attitude of the staff, and the high quality of care and services we are able to provide to our wonderful clients and their 4-legged family members. Outside of her time in the hospital, Dr. Moser’s hobbies include drawing, reading, trivia and game nights, as well as getting out on the water to paddle board. Her sister is a human ER doctor in New York while her parents are currently enjoying life with dogs, cats, and goats in Texas.
Dr. Moser’s professional short term goals include additional training in non-invasive diagnostics, such as ultrasonography and endoscopy, as well as staying up to date on the latest research and medical advances related to her day-to-day cases.
Dr. Bill Peters is from Tampa, Florida and joined our practice in 2018. He did his undergraduate studies at Florida State and then attended the University of Florida Veterinary School of Medicine, earning his DVM with a major in Biology with a minor in Chemistry.
Dr. Peters joined our practice because of “advanced, progressive medicine with numerous areas to grow as a doctor”.
His hobbies include fishing, the outdoors, being active, and cheering on the ‘Noles.
Dr. Peters has a dog – a very adorable boxer! His goals are to own his own practice down the road.
Dr. Mattie Wilkinson is one of our awesome new Associate Veterinarians here at All Creatures Animal Hospital. She is originally from St. Matthews, South Carolina. She joined our team because she was inspired by the Tampa Bay Animal Hospital’s mission and outreach.
Dr. Wilkinson has attended the Tuskegee University and the University of South Caroline where she earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.
When she is not hard at work, you can find her at the beach, working out, practicing hot yoga, dancing, playing volleyball, playing softball, and mastering puzzles.
She shares her home with her to femme felines named Marlowe, and Tara-Ma-Su.
Fun fact: Dr. Wilkinson is a triplet who also has another set of twin-brothers in her family!
Dr. Kowalewski is one of our wonderful associate veterinarians here at All Creatures Animal Hospital. He is originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
He received his Bachelors degree in Biology with a minor in Biophysics from USF. He went on to earn his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from SGU-LSU.
Dr. Kowalewski joined our team for the family and team-oriented approach, as well as being leaders in the communities we serve.
When he is not working, you can find Dr. Kowalewski skiing, biking, enjoying nature hikes, and sports. When he has the opportunity, you may find him snowboarding down the slopes. He’s also a bit of a “foodie”.
He shares his home with his cats Simba and Nala, his family dog Chloe, and a salt water reef tank loaded with clown fish.
Dr. kowalewski has a traditional Polish family who loves spending their time together sharing awesome food. His pets are his kids and are members of his family.
His goal is to become a leader and mentor to his community. He strives to provide genuine and honest care, and convey his love for animals and gain the trust of his patients and clients.
Dr. Lassett is a native of Tampa. He attended the University of Florida receiving a bachelors degree in microbiology in 1978 and a doctorate in veterinary medicine in 1982.
After completing a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Oradell Animal Hospital in New Jersey, Dr. Lassett returned to the Tampa Bay area. Dr. Lassett is Board Certified in Canine and Feline Practice and his areas of special interest include soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, oncology, diagnostic ultrasound, endoscopy, dermatology and cardiology.
Dr. Lassett has held board positions with the Humane Society of Tampa Bay and the Hillsborough County Veterinary Medical Society. He enjoys fishing, boating, and spending time with his dog and cat.
Dr. Colby Burns, a board-certified surgeon at North Tampa Veterinary Specialists, provides specialized orthopedic, soft tissue, neurologic and emergency surgical services to small animal veterinary practitioners. This service allows our veterinarians the ability to offer advanced surgical services in the comfort of our own hospital while maintaining direct contact with our clients and primary care for patients. Mobile surgical services are available six days a week (Monday through Saturday). Emergency surgical services are available seven days a week, including evenings and weekends.
Dr. Chris Ludlow is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. He established Veterinary Internal Medicine Diagnostics with a commitment to providing the highest quality internal medicine for pets and personalized service.
Dr. Ludlow earned his DVM with honors from Kansas State University in 1986. After graduation he worked in a busy small animal general practice in southern California for five years. He then returned to the KSU and completed a combined internal medicine/small animal clinical nutrition residency and Masters Degree program under Dr. David Williams.
Upon completion of his internal medicine residency, Dr. Ludlow then spent an additional year establishing a clinical nutrition service at KSU. After finishing his clinical nutrition training, Dr. Ludlow joined the internal medicine faculty at KSU for one and a half years before going into private specialty medicine at Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center in Kansas City in where he served as a staff internist with this group of nine specialists for 6 years.
Dr. Ludlow has more than 16 years of experience in ultrasound and endoscopy in university and referral hospital settings. He practices at 4 of our Tampa locations.