Dr. Johnson is a native Floridian, born and raised in South Florida. She received both her under and post graduate degrees from the University of Florida/Gainesville. After graduation she returned home to practice small animal medicine. She has worked in the private sector as both an emergency and general clinician. Dr. Johnson has resided in the south Palm Beach County area for the last 20 years. She has a special interest in acupuncture and offers this procedure as an adjunct to traditional medical practice. Her free time is spent with a large circle of family and friends. Dr. Johnson is a member of AVMA, FVMA and PBCVS. Dr. Johnson has a genuine love of animals and she provides quality medicine at an affordable price.
Dr. Natalie Fayman attended Veterinary School at Kansas State University, graduating in 1991 at the age of 23. She immediately relocated to South Miami and entered the field of emergency and critical care medicine. In her first year of practice, she was called upon to care for sick and injured pets in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew. In 1994 Dr. Fayman relocated to Palm Beach County, where she has been ever since. After 24 years in emergency and critical care medicine, Dr. Fayman has now transitioned to general practice. Her interests include pain management techniques and companion animal surgery and dentistry. She still cultivates her lifelong devotion to martial arts training, and recreational kayaking. She is currently owned by 3 spoiled cats named Nerf, Suki, and Schlatty.