Our Team

Here with you every step of the way.

Our Specialty Team

Katie Barry DVM, DACVS-SA

Dr. Katie Barry grew up in a military family originally hailing from Iowa. Dr. Barry graduated from the Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. She joined the US Army Veterinary Corps after graduation and served for 14 years in various locations in Japan and Germany. She deployed twice in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. She completed a small animal surgical residency in 2016 at the University of Florida and achieved board certification in 2017. Her professional interests lie mostly in soft tissue and trauma surgery.

Kimberly Enderle, VMD, DACVS-SA

Board Certified Specialist in Small Animal Surgery

Kimberly Goodrich-Enderle has lived all over the United States, including Puerto Rico. She graduated from veterinary school at the University of Pennsylvania in 2002. She then went on to complete an internship at a private practice in Virginia followed by a three-year residency in Small Animal Surgery at the University of California-Davis. She has been living and practicing in Florida for the past 12 years. Her areas of interest include surgical oncology and wound management. In her free time, she enjoys fishing, cooking, and lounging with her two dogs (Valentine and Diesel) and her deaf cat (Tonks).

Jocelyn Hogan

DVM, Diplomate ACVIM

Dr. Jocelyn Hogan received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University in 2009. From there she moved to Baton Rouge, LA where she completed her internship and residency at Louisiana State University specializing in small animal internal medicine. Since completing her residency and obtaining her board certification, she has spent the last 6 years as an Internist in South Carolina before returning to her home state of Florida and joining the Fetch Team.

Dr. Hogan enjoys all aspects of internal medicine, but she is particularly interested in immune-mediated and intestinal disease in dogs and cats.

When not at work, she enjoys spending time with her husband, two young children, two pets and cheering on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.

Ian Muldowney, DVM

Practice Limited to Oncology

Dr. Muldowney is a native of California and majored in microbiology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Kansas State University, followed by a one-year small animal medicine and surgical internship at the Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle. Dr. Muldowney then completed a three-year medical oncology residency at the Veterinary Cancer Center in Connecticut. He returned to Seattle and practiced for several years before relocating to Tampa Bay. Dr. Muldowney has a special interest in lymphoma, bone tumors, urogenital tumors, translational medicine, and novel therapies. Through an integrative and personal medicine approach, he strives to improve not only the length of life for pets with cancer but their quality of life as well.

William Ratterree, DVM, DACVIM, DACVR

Board Certified Specialist in Medical and Radiation Oncology

Dr. William Ratterree is originally from South Carolina and pursued an Animal and Veterinary Science degree at Clemson University. He received his doctorate in veterinary medicine at the University of Georgia in May of 2008. He completed a small animal surgery and medicine internship at Louisiana State University, School of Veterinary Medicine in July of 2009.Dr. Ratterree stayed on at the Louisiana State University, School of Veterinary Medicine to complete a medical oncology residency in July of 2011. 

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He received his board certification by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in May of 2012. A strong passion for treating small animal oncology patients with multimodality treatments led him to pursue a second residency in radiation oncology at Louisiana State University, School of Veterinary Medicine. He recently completed his radiation residency in July of 2013 and became boarded by the American College of Veterinary Radiology in September of 2013. With the unique background of being boarded in both medical and radiation oncology, it allows him to formulate multimodality treatment plans specifically for each patient keeping in mind quality of life and the human-animal bond. Dr. Ratterree has a special interest in combining newer radiation techniques (IMRT & SRS) for his patients in combination with chemotherapy and alternative techniques. Dr. Ratterree has headed the oncology, radioiodine departments at multiple veterinary hospitals in South Florida, serves as a radiation oncology consultant for multiple clinics nationwide, is adjunct oncology faculty at Louisiana State University, School of Veterinary Medicine and in addition holds the seat of Secretary for the Collier County Veterinary Society (CCVS).Dr. William Ratterree and Dr. Carrie Kosarek, husband and wife, are the founders of Fetch. They saw a great need for a specialized veterinary oncology center on the west coast and in June 2016 moved here from the east coast of Florida and opened Fetch at the Naples location in the Emergency Pet Hospital. In April 2017 they opened the second location in Bonita Springs, which is a state-of-the-art cancer center to include radiation therapy.When he is not tending to his local or distant patients, Dr. Ratterree is spending quality time with his family, his 2 cats, Luke and Leia and puppy Finn. During football season you will find him cheering on his favorite team, the Clemson Tigers! He also aspires to get his private pilot’s license.

Our Emergency Care Team

Stacy Nelson, DVM, MBA

Managing Emergency Veterinarian

Dr. Nelson chose the veterinary profession because she loves helping animals and people. She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2000 from the University of Florida and received her MBA in 2005. As an emergency veterinarian, she is dedicated to caring for critically ill or injured patients and seeing them recover.

Dr. Nelson and her husband Doug have been married for 20 years and have three children: Jocie, Bobby, and Hallie. Her family also includes five dogs, five cats, eleven horses, and various farm animals. Outside of work, one of her biggest hobbies is showing horses.

Dr. Nelson joined the Fetch team as Managing Emergency Veterinarian in August 2019.

Ashley M. Langer, DVM

Emergency Veterinarian

Dr. Ashley M. Langer, who is originally from Pennsylvania, joined the Fetch team in September 2019. She received her B.S. in Biology from Gannon University in 2013 and graduated from the University of Missouri, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017. Since graduation, Dr. Langer has focused strictly on emergency medicine. Her areas of interest include managing critical cases in the ICU and caring for animals during their full length of stay and recovery.

In her free time, Dr. Langer loves taking adventures with her husband, Tyler and their two children. They have two dogs; a Pitbull named Kyela and a French Bull Dog puppy named Fendi.

Our Administration Team

Amie Gillespie, CVT

Practice Manager

Amie is originally from Waukesha, WI, and she has been a member of the veterinary industry for more than 25 years. She earned her B.S. in Animal Science and Biology from the University of Madison, WI, and her A.S. in Veterinary Technology from Milwaukee Area Technical College in WI.

Her career began as a General Practice Technician in 1994. Aspiring to gain more knowledge about specialty services, Amie then joined Wisconsin Veterinary Referral Center (WRVC) in 1999 as an Emergency Technician and over time, Amie’s roles and responsibilities, as well as her passion for Internal Medicine and Oncology, grew into the Specialty Medicine Supervisor.

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In 2004, she and her husband moved to New Jersey where Amie worked for Redbank Veterinary Hospital as the Technician Manager. In 2015, they moved to Bradenton, FL, where she worked as the Technician Manager for an emergency and specialty services practice. Amie joined the Fetch team in October 2019 as the Practice Manager where she oversees daily operations, staff management, and client relationships ensuring patients and their families have a positive Fetch experience.

Amie and her husband share their home with three crazy cats; Charlie, Milo, and Martini and one lovable, goofy dog named Louis. She and her husband are self-proclaimed foodies and will travel anywhere in the world to taste new foods and flavors.

Belinda Reynolds, LVT, CVPM

Regional Director of Operations

Belinda has been in the veterinary industry for over 25 years, during which time she has gained experience and worked in all areas of the veterinary practice. After successfully earning her designation as an LVT (licensed veterinary technician), Belinda then pursued her love for veterinary management. She has now been in management for the past 15 years and served as a manager for a specialty and emergency practice in Delaware for 12 of those years. During that time, she also graduated from Wilmington University, earning her Bachelor of Science in Business Management with a minor in Human Resource Management. We are happy that her love for specialty and emergency medicine has led her to Fetch to share her knowledge, experience, and passion with our clients, staff and community.

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She is devoted to managing the day to day operations of the hospital and is dedicated to supporting the growth of our veterinary team with encouragement, guidance and leadership.

She and her husband relocated from the Delaware/Maryland area to Apollo Beach with their fur kids, dogs Daphne, Ellie and JT which stands for “Just Three” (he only has three legs). They also adopted their little terrier Mikey, here in Florida and have six cats. In addition to spending time with all the critters, Belinda loves spending time with family and friends doing activities that most often involve being on the water either boating, kayaking, paddle boarding, or just relaxing on the dock. She also enjoys attending live music concerts.

Outside of managing Fetch, Belinda stays involved in the community and is very passionate about decreasing the pet overpopulation by helping with Spay & Neuter programs which includes Trap, Neuter, and Release (TNR) for cats.

As the Practice Manager, she is excited about enhancing the Fetch experience for our clients, their pets, and their referral veterinarian by ensuring their pets are provided the highest quality medicine and care in an environment that is rich in warmth and compassion.

Irene Hodges

Assistant Practice Manager

Originally from Memphis, TN Irene joined the Fetch team in May 2020 after moving from Coeur d’Alene, ID. She has always had a fondness for pets and appreciation for the human-animal bond. After considering veterinary medicine, she decided instead to pursue her Masters Degree in Public Administration and Policy from American University. She is excited to make the transition from general practice to specialty and emergency.

Irene moved to Tampa Bay with her husband, Tyler, and their sweet puppies- Kennedy (toy poodle) and Rosie (Rhodesian Ridgeback).

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