Our Doctors

Dr. Bryan McGoldrick, DVM

Chief Veterinary Officer

Dr. Bryan McGoldrick is Royal Pet’s Chief Veterinary Officer. A graduate of the University of Illinois 1998, he started his career as a large and small animal veterinarian in Wisconsin where he practiced for 5 years before calling Florida his home. Since 2003, he has owned and operated an AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) accredited veterinary practice in Palm Harbor, Florida. He is a member of the AVMA, FVMA, and AAHA, and enjoys reaching out to the local community by volunteering his time at local schools and community events. Dr. Bryan and his lovely wife, Kris, have three great kids, a Chocolate Lab named, Sam, and three awesome, but mischievous cats named Alex, Pumpkin, and Oliver.

Dr. Nobuki Stobaeus, DVM

Area Medical Officer

Dr. Nobuki Stobaeus, originally from Brunswick, GA, earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from Berry College in 2007. He then received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2012.This is the same school that both of his parents received their veterinary degrees as well. He is blessed to have 3 dogs in his life: Sheena, Benzi, and Squirtle. He loves to spend his free time at the beach, going to theme parks, and hanging out with friends and family. His professional interests include dermatology, surgery, and practice management. He resides in Wesley Chapel, FL, and has been with Royal Pets since 2013.

Fun Fact from Dr. Nobuki: I’ve been struck by lightning!.

Dr. Shari Colón, DVM

Palm Harbor Center

Dr. Shari Colón was born and raised in Newark, New Jersey, and attended Montclair State University, where she received her Bachelor's degree in Biology. After graduation, she lived in San Diego for three years before moving to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, to be part of the Atlantic Veterinary College class of 2015. Before veterinary school, Dr. Colón worked as a veterinary technician for seven years at both general and emergency hospitals. Her veterinary interests include preventive care and internal medicine. Dr. Colón now resides in Tarpon Springs with her son and three lab mix dogs, "Jersey Girl", "Bella" and "Obi".

Fun Fact from Dr. Colón: I climbed Mt Kilimanjaro reaching its peak of 19,341 ft.

Dr. Tya Harris, DVM

Carrollwood Center

Dr. Tya Harris was born and raised in Nashville, TN. She attended Yale University and obtained her undergraduate degree in History of Science/History of Medicine. After graduation, she returned to Nashville for 3 years before enrolling at the Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Harris graduated in 2007 and moved to Louisville, Kentucky, where she lived for several years before relocating to Tampa. Her professional interests include feline medicine and pharmacology. Dr. Harris and her husband have 2 cats, "Zavannah" and "Juju." She enjoys traveling, scuba diving, and biking.

Fun Fact from Dr. Harris: I am an avid scuba diver.

Dr. Patrick Frenzer, DVM

Palm Harbor Center

Dr. Patrick Frenzer was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He moved to Gainesville, Florida, where he attended the University of Florida and received a Bachelor's and Master’s in Material Engineering before changing fields to veterinary medicine. He graduated from the UF Veterinary School as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2018. He spent the next year in Long Island, New York, in a rotating internship program. He now resides in Palm Harbor and has a professional interest in small animal behavioral medicine.

Fun Fact from Dr. Frenzer: I have identical triplet sisters.

Dr. Maricarmen Perez, DVM

Saint Petersburg Center

Dr. Maricarmen Perez is originally from Puerto Rico, a gorgeous island in the Caribbean, where she grew up exploring the mountains and the exquisite beaches. Her first language is Spanish, and she is fluent in English (with an occasional accent here and there). Going to the park with her dog, going to the beach, traveling, exploring new cultures, and arts and crafts are some of her favorite pass times. She has one rambunctious dog, "Anubis," one sweet cat "Quake," and 1 adorable guinea pig "Apophis" that enjoy their time together. Her family was a significant influence on her career choice. Dr. Perez and her family took in stray animals, took them to veterinary clinics, and adopted them out or kept them as their own. She decided that becoming a veterinarian was the best way she could help the animals in need. The University of Puerto Rico became her second home; she graduated with her Bachelor's degree in Biology and a minor in Chemistry in 2010. Her love for animals grew even further. She was accepted into Colorado State University and graduated with her DVM degree in 2014. Dr. Perez loved Colorado but missed the beach, seafood, sea level, and being closer to Puerto Rico; thus, she moved to Florida in August 2019. She is excited to get to know you and your fur babies!

Fun Fact from Dr. Perez: In a crowded room, you can find me by hearing my laugh!

Dr. Carmen-Susan Glotfelty-Ortiz, DVM

Apopka Center

Dr. Carmen-Susan Glotfelty-Ortiz was born in Mexico but raised in central Florida. Her triple Alma Mater is the University of Florida where she received her Bachelor's, Master's and Doctorate degrees. She had a strong background in research and obtained her Master's in Public Health. While attending the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, she developed an interest in Shelter Medicine. After graduating, she focused her professional interests on Shelter Medicine, Surgery, and Public Health. She enjoys spending her free time traveling, visiting theme parks, and spending time with her fur babies. She resides in Winter Garden, Florida and has been with Royal Pets since April 2018.

Fun Fact from Dr. Glotfelty: I love all things Dachshund and even have four of my own!