Our Doctors & Staff

Dr. Fred Cone


Fred Cone graduated from the University of Florida Veterinary School in 1997. He enjoys practicing small animal medicine and surgery but also has a special interest in ultrasound. Fred has attended numerous classes to hone his skills. This Orange Park native's hobbies include soccer, fishing, snow skiing and spending time with his family (IV, Noah and Sheri).

Dr. Sheri Cone


Sheri Cone graduated from the University of Florida Veterinary school in 1996 and then received her masters degree in veterinary medicine shortly after. She loves dogs but is a cat person at heart. Her special interests include: reproduction including artificial insemination, progesterone testing and caesarian sections. Her hobbies include cooking, snow skiing and spending time with her family.

Dr. Elizabeth (Lisi) Vodevic


Dr. Elizabeth (Lisi) Vodevic, is originally from Jacksonville and joined the practice in 2011. She is a Flagler College graduate and also attended the University of North Florida. She graduated from Western University of Health Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine in Pomona, CA in 2009. After graduation, she spent two years working as an associate veterinarian in a feline-exclusive specialty and referral clinic in San Antonio, Texas. She has authored a chapter in the textbook The Feline Patient and has a great interest in internal medicine and complex disease management. Dr. Lisi and her husband have four cats, one dog, and a son.

Dr. Rachel Davis


Dr. Rachel Davis earned her veterinary degree from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. From there, Dr. Davis practiced canine and feline medicine and surgery in Crystal River, Florida before relocating to the Jacksonville area in 2011. Her special interests include preventive medicine, internal medicine, dermatology, and dentistry. Outside of practice, Dr. Davis enjoys boating and water sports with her husband and two sons (Jeff, Zach, and Nate).

Dr. Lindsay Baker


Dr. Lindsay Baker is originally from Tifton, Georgia. Growing up she always had a fondness for animals and a love of science. She began working in the veterinary field as a vet assistant, and decided to pursue her passion in veterinary medicine. She studied Biology at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and the University of South Alabama and received her degree in Veterinary Medicine from Louisiana State University. After college, she worked in Las Vegas at a busy, multi-doctor practice before relocating to Florida with her husband, two dogs and two cats.